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with Ken Tingley
We’ve heard a lot of spirited debate about whether the three Saratoga High graduates should be allowed to wear special Marine Corps sashes with their graduation attire.
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with Michael Goot
After the July 4 recess, the U.S. Senate will be hard at work to take up a new bipartisan education bill to replace No Child Left Behind that would stress fewer federal mandates and more state…
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with Maury Thompson
U.S. Sen. Schumer, D-N.Y., announced Wednesday he is conducting an online poll of which woman should be pictured on the new $10 billion the U.S. Department of Treasury is set to release by 2020.
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with Scott Donnelly
It looks like Norman Surplus, the man who is breaking records in an autogyro, is taking some time out of the cockpit in Nantucket, according to the website that tracks his position in real time.
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The Adirondack Council issued a press release lambasting the state Legislature for not taking action on a number of Adirondack issues.
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The Comfort Food Community, which runs the Greenwich Food Pantry and other programs, got some help from local fire departments and businesses and now has $10,000 more than it did a month ago.
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The Adirondack Civic Center Coalition got a bit of a break this week when Warren County supervisors agreed to relent on the monthly reporting requirement the county set when agreeing to give t…
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Opinion
with Will Doolittle
I like good travel writing, but it's rare. Either it's so outwardly focused -- reporting on the sights, sounds and smells of the new place -- that it becomes tiresome, like watching a vacation…
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Community
with Julie Dowd and Martha Petteys
With his two older brothers both working and the youngest one going to the office with me, the young teen doesn't want to stay home every day anymore.
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Arts / Life
with Doug Gruse
NBC News reports that a “pollen tsunami” has arrived in the Northeast.
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with Angelia Abbott
Yesterday I got an alert that my MRI test results were available through the hospital's online portal. I won't even pretend that my whole body didn't fill with anxiety, even though I figured i…
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Sports
with Don Lehman
We lamented the dry weeks of April and May, but June certainly turned things around.
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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
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
Wednesday started out with a minor crisis. My cell phone had died the night before.
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I received quite the pleasant call from Burnt Hills coach Gary Bynon yesterday. He was letting me know about the quality event that Lake George High School will be hosting next weekend, featur…
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with Pete Tobey
Still a couple of months to go, but here's Ticonderoga's 2015 football schedule:
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Winter Sports
with Will Springstead
Player of the Year: Joel Wincowski, Sr., G, Lake George. 33.0 ppg, led team in rebounds and assists. Class C State Player of Year. Class C State Tournament MVP. Finished career as the state's …
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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
Player of the Year: Brett Rodriguez, Queensbury
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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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