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Our December 1 issue

Glens Falls Wins Title – Parade Friday! Cambridge football earns NYS Class D title. Holiday events hit peak! Brantley Gilbert show, Feb. 16 at Civic Center nearly sold out. Sandra’s ‘heritage’ turkey. Abe Wing and GF school 3-year tuition deal. New Skete nuns on Rachael Ray; to air Dec. 8. GF QB Joseph Girard III plans 2 more years of football. LG Forum as a convention center? 28th Christmas in …

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Our November 23 issue

Happy Thanksgiving! Max in India. Glens Falls seeks state title in the Carrier Dome on Saturday. St. Mary’s pushes for St. Alphonsus sales $$$ to build parish center. Schermerhorn bid to run airport. Glens Falls 9th grader Sean Pettis in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. JUST Water appears on ‘Keeping up with Kardashians’ show. Winter is coming and so are the events!…page after page of shows, concerts and things to do. …

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Our November 17 issue

Local Sports Salutes! The Schermerhorn’s front row seats to history. Larry Bulman worked hard for Hillary. Peter Yarrow interview. South Glens Falls Parade this Sunday. Thanksgiving is served: Three free meals. Sam’s Diner: Halfway to raising $22,000 for Operation Santa. Law Enforcement Officers weekend coming to Lake George this May. Warren County Cornell Cooperative Extension 100th Anniversary. Greenwich Holiday Tractor Parade this Saturday. Winter is coming and so are the …

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Our November 10 issue

Here Come the Holidays! Scoville Jeweler to close. Joe Bruno’s autobiography. Stunning election. ‘Spamalot’ at the Wood. Poblano’s Mexican is moving to 14 Ridge. Marine Corps League alone this year for Toys project. Max in India. ARCA Inc. to move from Qby. to Moreau. Queensbury Hotel to debut ‘Park 26’ ‘refined dining’ restaurant. Fort Ann boys’ soccer, 20-0 seeks NYS title again. Bolton girls’ soccer 16-4, seeks NYS Class …

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Our November 3 issue

Election & Prime Time Seniors issue Remembering Trooper Tim Pratt. Chronicle Book Fair this Sunday, 11am-3pm at Queensbury Hotel. 120+ authors! The owl and falcon, downtown Glens Falls. Why the trees were removed outside Davidson’s. Alex West remains in jail after bail set higher. Candidate statements. SUNY breaks ground on ‘NSTEM’ building. Fall is here and the events keep coming!…page after page of shows, concerts and things to do. …

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