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with Ken Tingley
For sometime I’ve been wrestling with what to do with the tone of letters to the editor. They just seem to be getting nastier.
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with Michael Goot
The New York State Board of Regents this week recommended that the teaching of hands-only CPR and how to use automated external defibrillators become part of the school curriculum.
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with Maury Thompson
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Willsboro, received $28,500 in campaign contributions from House Republican colleagues in the first quarter, including contributions from two fellow freshmen, accor…
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with Scott Donnelly
The story early this month about The Algonquin Restaurant’s new Hacker-Craft Bar prompted some feedback about options for anyone who wants a similar nautical theme for their personal recreation space.
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Today the Save Lake George Partnership announced its latest undertaking, adopting an agreement to try to decrease roadsalt use throughout the watershed.
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As a Shakespeare fan, I was excited to get a look at the Adirondack Shakespeare Festival's 2015 schedule.
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I started this morning with an outside assignment, interviewing a National Grid crew as they installed new utility poles in South Glens Falls.
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Counties around the region have enacted laws to allow sales of small, sparkler-type fireworks, but the process isn't going as easily in Warren County.
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Opinion
with Will Doolittle
The Confederacy was not fighting for an honorable cause in the Civil War, and neither that cause nor its leaders should be honored now. A Texas teenager has caused a ruckus by suggesting that …
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Community
with Julie Dowd and Martha Petteys
While watching someone make really yummy looking yeast rolls on TV one day, the youngest made a comment to me about butter.
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Arts / Life
with Doug Gruse
I had fun watching a group of pre-teens use their creativity and problem-solving skills on Thursday to transform recyclables into “marble mazes” at Crandall Public Library in Glens Falls. Chec…
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Sports
with Don Lehman
Trout stocking has begun for the spring, a week or so later than usual in Warren County while state crews are about two weeks behind thanks to cold weather.
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with Diana C. Nearhos
The Flames almost came back with two goals in the final 1:32, but they couldn't manage the third goal. It was the Flames' 10th loss to Utica in 12 games.
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Photography
Stop the Popping and Locking, already, my brain is shaking. I never Popped or Locked in my life.. although it did look healthy, I mean hip.
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Fall Sports
with Will Springstead
Stillwater senior forward Ian Cepiel, who broke the Section II single-season scoring record this fall, has decided to attend Oneonta State next fall.
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with Greg Brownell
Being a pack rat turned out to be a good thing today.
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with Brett Hudson
Here's the 2014 Post-Star Volleyball All-Star Team as seen in today's paper. Below the team you'll find a little explanation on some of the picks.
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with Pete Tobey
The 2015 Section II high school football schedules are out -- finally -- and I have posted the schedules for local teams in the greater Glens Falls area.
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Winter Sports
with Will Springstead
Queensbury's Keeghan O'Leary and Hadley-Luzerne's Jesse DeMarsh have chosen their respective colleges for next academic year, and they both plan on playing basketball.
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with Brett Hudson
MVP -- Alexis Case, Greenwich
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with Pete Tobey
The Adirondack League has announced its list of 2014-15 wrestling all-stars, including eight member wrestlers who reached the state tournament this season.
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Spring Sports
with Brett Hudson
Every Sunday here on the blog, I'm going to recognize some of the players that had good weeks for their teams by ranking them from 5 stars - the best - to 1 star, with some honorable mentions.…
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with Pete Tobey
The full high school softball season is scheduled to open on Monday and Tuesday -- weather and fields permitting, of course -- but at least the forecast is favorable, with sun and 60s supposed…
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