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with Ken Tingley
For too long, the Common Core educational initiative has been politicized when the basic premise is that it may simply be a better way for students to learn.
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with Michael Goot
The big rush of trying to get the state budget done makes more work for reporters.
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with Maury Thompson
From my vacation reading:
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with Scott Donnelly
The #freethemoose campaign is catching on internationally.
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The Lake George Association was successful in its bid for a $10,000 grant from Boat U.S. Foundation.
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The editor didn’t know he’d chosen just the right guy for the St. Patrick’s Day feature story.
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My family settled in the Tug Hill region in the 1840s. I wonder why with a whole country to choose from, two German brothers and their wives would choose an area in Northern New York with the …
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It's great that state Sen. Elizabeth Little got $1 million in state funding to improve the northbound Northway rest area south of Exit 18.
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Opinion
with Will Doolittle
I confess myself confused by the actions of Hudson Falls Village Trustee Michael Horrigan, who has forced a vote on borrowing by the town for renovations to the new Town Hall. Those renovation…
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Community
with Julie Dowd and Martha Petteys
The Tupperware drawer was my latest area of conquest. I placed the eldest child next to the drawer and told her to recycle everything that didn't have a lid.
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Arts / Life
with Doug Gruse
I had a fun time last night being one of three judges at the Chili Chow Down Challenge, a Greater Greenwich Chamber of Commerce/Comfort Food Community event at the Greenwich Elks Lodge.
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with Angelia Abbott
On this date, 4 years ago, I received a phone call to come to the doctor’s office for my biopsy results. Deep down I knew why they wouldn't give them to me over the phone.
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Sports
with Don Lehman
Wednesday is April 1, the annual opening day to open-water trout fishing season in New York. Here in northern New York, April 1 is basically still late winter most years, and this year is no e…
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with Diana C. Nearhos
The Flames have beaten San Antonio twice this season, but the Rampage weren't playing at the level they are now. 
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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
Here is the schedule for the State Boys Basketball Tournament this weekend. All games are at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
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with Brett Hudson
With the completion of Fort Edward's season in the state semifinals, the Adirondack League's girls basketball season is in the books and the league has released its all-star team.
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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
With basketball season behind us, now we can transition our undivided attention to waiting for baseball season. So, with that, let's take a look at some of the dates to remember for the 2015 season.
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with Pete Tobey
The 2015 softball season may be a couple of weeks away from really getting off and running -- if the amount of snow still hanging around the area is any indication.
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