Thom Randall

Editor, Adirondack Journal

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Stony Creek Band set for Chestertown concert Thursday afternoon

The acclaimed Stony Creek Band, purveyor of infectious country-rock and Americana roots music, is scheduled to perform in Chestertown Thursday July 24 on the lawn of the Chester Municipal Center beginning at 5:30 p.m.. The free concert is an installment of the Music on Main Street series.

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Warrensburgh Farmers’ Market is spurring development of small local farms

With farmers' markets now proliferating in the southern Adirondacks, it's appropriate to review the market that lead the way and recognize the venue's founder Teresa Whalen and her tole in promoting fresh local, nutritious food for all.

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Warrensburg EMS- dedicated, skilled responders

While other ambulance squads all over the nation are having trouble recruiting and retaining volunteers, Warrensburg EMS has maintained a deep roster. The reasons why are detailed in this Denpubs.com feature!

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Warren Co. considering solar power for Extension offices and Countryside home

Warren County leaders are looking to save money and 'go green' with solar power, yet they are cautious, considering the costly,long-term deals that former county supervisors have been hoodwinked with in years past.

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Town of Warrensburg updates its purchasing policy

The cheapest service doesn't always offer the best value, and the town of Warrensburg's new purchasing policy reflects this truism.

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Second farmers’ market to open in Warrensburg

Enthusiasts of fresh, local produce in the Warrensburg area will now have two local weekly markets to patronize.

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Village accepts DEC consent order; commits to sewer plant upgrades

The state sends a legal order to Lake George Village to reduce nitrates in their sewer plant outflows, but municipality is already working to resolve the problem.

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Area leaders vow to solve rail freight hangups

Warren County's Economic Development czar Ed Bartholomew is frustrated about red tape involved with rail transportation, vital for moving area industries' products to national and international customers at a competitive price. His concerns have resulted in a task force being formed to address the issue, and area government leaders have now signed on.

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WCS students’ S.A.T. scores top all schools in region

Competing against all the schools in the region — including the wealthy suburban districts — Warrensburg High School students took top honors, earning the highest mean average S.A.T. score for all 83 schools.

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Boy rescued from river rapids by Horicon fire chief

Horicon Fire Chief Jim Hayes has been praised for his fast action in pulling a young teenaged boy, stranded in rushing rapids of the Schroon River, to safety.

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