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Thom Randall

Editor, Adirondack Journal
518-504-4376

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Warren County Bikeway bridge to be dedicated in memory of military medic

Kristie Ann Roberts Proctor, a volunteer EMT and National Guard medic, whose life was cut short several years ago, will be memorialized soon by having the Warren County Bikeway dedicated in her name.

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British legend Albert Lee featured in Lake George concert

Renowned as the guitarist's guitar player, British blues-rock legend Albert Lee is to perform Sunday in the Lake George Blues & Roots Festival

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Warren County’s crisis chief seeks garage for emergency vehicles

Thirteen specialized emergency response vehicles in Warren County would be immobilized in a calamity occuring during a simple snowstorm — and the county's crisis chief wants to make sure the vehicles can be used as intended.

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Acclaimed painter Cate Mandigo to hold events in Chestertown

Nationally renowned primitive folk-art painter Cate Mandigo, who has spent decades living and working in the Adirondacks, is holding an art show and sale on two consecutive Wednesdays in Chestertown — and a portion of the deeply discounted sale prices will go to a local charity.

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Once to be developed, The Pinnancle is now a public preserve

A treasured natural landmark in the region, recently slated for development, is now to be a wild preserve with hiking trails, thanks to donations contributed by many area citizens as well as several prominent community and business leaders.

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Warrensburg Jamboree to feature auction, carnival attractions

The long-running traditional community carnival to benefit the Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Company is set to return this weekend.

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Concerned with pollution, area officials seek to cut salt use in road de-icing

An estimated 33 million pounds of salt per year are spread on roadways in the Lake George watershed — killing plant life and altering the lake's chemistry. After many decades of the practice being taken for granted, local officials are concerned about the impact on the environment — and they're ready to consider changing their approach to de-icing roads.

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Iconic Lake George drive-in gutted by fire

Undoubtedly, area residents and tourists are disappointed they now won't be able — for at least the rest of this summer — to go to a Lake George drive-in for curly fries, cheese curds and fried clams.

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Patricia Higgins-Bollman a candidate for Chester’s town clerk post

A Pottersville resident whose family has a long tenure in public service announces her candidacy for the Chester Town Clerk post.

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Wbg.’s Echo Lake town park enhanced, town hall upgrades sought

A favorite recreation spot in Warrensburg enjoyed by both local residents and visitors gets an upgrade

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