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Editorial thought provoking

Your recent editorial about the expense of quarantining two American victims of Ebola virus was thought provoking.

Children’s workshop a success

Our Town Theatre Group sends a hearty thank you to those in our community who helped make our second summer Children’s Musical Theatre Workshop at Tannery Pond Community Center a huge success.

It’s Maple Season at the Fair | Elizabethtown Column

The long awaited fun-filled 166th Essex County Fair is in full swing this weekend!

Silent auction | Essex Column

This Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m, the Adirondack Art Association will host a silent auction with refreshments at the gallery on Main Street.

Woodswoman books | Westport Column

Westport music educator Rose Chancler will be familiar to many readers for Piano by Nature, the program she runs that brings internationally recognized musicians to perform here in the North Country (usually at the Hand House in Elizabethtown).

Sunflowers | Keeseville Column

Nothing new to report this week, but I do have a bunch of reminders.

Country Music By the River | Willsboro Column

Things were booming in downtown Willsboro this weekend as a reinacting group did early military demonstrations on the lawn between the library and museum.

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Antique and Tag Sale | North Country SPCA

We at the NCSPCA hope you are all enjoying the dog days of summer and taking advantage of some of the gorgeous weather we’ve been having to take your furry friends out for a walk, some fun in the sun, and some fresh mountain air.

Troutopia | Notes from the North Woods

Troutopia is a new sporting term that I recently coined.

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Style & Substance: On encouraging someone to speak the truth

A friend of mine never says what she really means.

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House trained | Elmore SPCA

Agnes and Gizmo

Yet another roadblock to the ACRP project

Invasive species, like the spread of deadly algal blooms, has dominated headlines this summer.

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Aaron Woolf (D) | Candidate Column

It’s a tremendous honor to be running for United States Congress from our beautiful and diverse district and it is a particular honor to present my candidacy in this publication. 

Car show raffle winners named

Thank you to all those who sold and purchased Car Show Raffle tickets to support the Chamber and our continued efforts to serve, market, and promote our members and the Ticonderoga Area!

What happened to Open Government?

On July 9, 2014, knowing Town Justice Paye is not running for re-election, the Willsboro Town Board eliminated the second Town Justice effective December 31, 2014 as a cost savings measure.