Warren County Memories book 20 Under 40
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News
with Ken Tingley
On page A3 this morning we published a photo of a dead child on a beach in Turkey. He was another casualty among the thousands of migrants trying to escape the turmoil in the Middle East.
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with Michael Goot
Classes haven’t even started for most area school districts and we already are talking about Common Core.
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with Maury Thompson
Washington County Tea Party Patriots announced Donald Trump won a presidential "straw poll" the group took at Washington County Fair.
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with Scott Donnelly
Spirit Halloween Inc. is giving new meaning to seasonal creep with its store on Route 9 in Queensbury, just north of the Million Dollar Half Mile, opening about a week earlier this year than i…
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The Lake George Park Commission finished its annual volunteer-fueled effort to comb the lake for new sites Asian clams are calling home. They found a newly documented site on the northern end …
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When last we left this blog two weeks ago, I was looking forward to a couple of big local concerts.
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Dixon Road is a pretty major thoroughfare in Queensbury, allowing people who live on the west side of town to take a back way to avoid traffic in the Aviation Road corridor, and those to the s…
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The mayor of Schuylerville picked a crossing guard last night. He picked a new cleaner, too, at $25 an hour.
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Opinion
with Will Doolittle
The elected Kentucky clerk who is refusing to sign marriage licenses for gay couples is demonstrating some incorrect thinking about the way our laws and rights operate. She is claiming she has…
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Community
with Julie Dowd and Martha Petteys
Between his work and pipe band commitments and his older brother using my car, the 17-year-old hasn't had much chance this summer to practice driving.
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Arts / Life
with Doug Gruse
Put your Instragram addiction to good use.
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with Angelia Abbott
For those of you who are unfamiliar with tumor markers and what they are used for here’s how they are defined on Medscape.com:
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Sports
with Don Lehman
I woke up Saturday morning and it felt like a late September morning, temperatures in the lower 50s and a few leaves fallen from my front yard maple tree.
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with Diana C. Nearhos
Barry Nearhos stepped to the line and the referee passed him the ball for his free throws. As he prepared to take the shot, the ref stopped him and motioned for Barry to turn around.
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Photography
“Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat? Wheeeere?  I can’t  stand where?  First three songs? Whaaaaaaat? “
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Fall Sports
with Will Springstead
The Adirondack League and Suburban Council got their seasons started Tuesday, and there were some interesting developments -- some on the field and some in traffic.
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with Greg Brownell
If you're trying to shoot with a cell phone camera, and you really just pointed it at the goal for a minute to get any old picture to run in the blog, it's the craziest luck in the world to ge…
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with Pete Tobey
UPDATED on Sept. 3 -- adding Corinth-Greenwich game to WWSC/WCQL schedule
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Winter Sports
with Will Springstead
Congratulations to local players Joseph Girard III (Glens Falls), Matt Higgins (South Glens Falls), Alex Skaine (Saratoga Springs), Adam Anderson (Saratoga Springs), Kobe Lufkin (Argyle), Conn…
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The New York State Sportswriters' Association released its girls basketball all-state team today and it included high honors for several girls in Section II, but especially in our area.
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with Pete Tobey
Saratoga Springs placed two wrestlers on the Suburban Council All-Star team.
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Spring Sports
with Will Springstead
(This blog has been updated to include another player.)
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with Pete Tobey
My apologies for being out of town Saturday and Sunday, but here is the 27th annual Post-Star All-Area softball team, which was published on the back page of Sunday’s sports section.
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