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Phillip Sherotov

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New record set at Race the Train event in North Creek

A total of 312 runners turned out on Saturday, Aug. 3 for Race the Train’s 11th year.

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Authors and artists celebrated at North Creek

The Hudson River Trading Company held its annual “Rhythm & Rhymes at the Hudson: A Celebration of Authors and Artists” on Saturday Aug. 3.

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Wayne Stock VI benefits Hardship Fund

Around 1,100 people attended Wayne Stock VI on Aug. 3, breaking last year’s record. The music festival is a free event held each year at Ski Bowl Park, all the money raised comes from donations, live and silent auctions, a raffle, merchandise, and food.

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Minerva planners approve Verizon cell tower application

Members of the Minerva Planning Board Aug. 7 unanimously approved Verizon’s application to construct a cell phone tower here on private property.

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Gore Region Chamber hands out awards at annual dinner

Judy Brown Citizen of Year, Izzy’s Market Business of Year

The common theme among speakers at the June 20 Gore Mountain Region Chamber of Commerce’s annual dinner at the Garnet Hill Lodge was the crucial role of creativity and entrepreneurship in building a healthy economy and in the Adirondack Park.

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Johnsburg graduation focuses on community

The theme of the commencement ceremony for Johnsburg Central School’s class of 2013 was the importance of community and hard work.

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Remembering North Creek veterans

During the Memorial Day ceremony here Monday, May 27, American Legion Post 629 Commander Terry Waterston and Pastor Terry Mosholder, who heads the Schroon Lake Community Church and will soon lead the North Creek United Methodist Church, spoke of the importance of remembering both the sacrifices of veterans and the needs of those who are returning home.

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Minerva Town Board mulls Finch land deal

In her May 2 report to the board, Minerva Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey noted that the Nature Conservancy has committed a $500,000 pool of funds to support local projects that help the five towns to develop opportunities resulting from the land purchase.

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Town of Minerva dealing with vandalism

During the Thursday, April 18 Minerva Town Board meeting, Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey discussed several recent instances of vandalism that the town has experienced.

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Minerva considers keeping share of sales tax

During their regularly scheduled meeting on April 4, Town Supervisor Sue Montgomery Corey asked the Town Board to consider passing a resolution authorizing Minerva to request that its share of the sales tax collected by Essex County be returned to the town.

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