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Our May 21 issue

Huge Memorial Day issue with parade schedules! Kitchens finally prevail – can build their lake house. Hogan’s Heroes – Scrabble champs. Max in Poland. Genpak joins restaurant suing NYC over packaging ban. Jim Lindsey won’t seek reelection as Kingsbury Supervisor. JUST hopes to bottle by end of May. Kingsbury votes ‘Yes’ on $650,000 bond. 22 school budgets pass. Mark’s boating ‘adventure’ on Lake George. Brooklyn woman buys Glenmoore Lodge, Glen …

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Our May 14 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue Tony DeSare concert review. Alonozo fireworks sale affects us locally. Memories of Dick Bartlett. WCKM nixes SummerJam after 27 years. Battle for Supervisor of Moreau: Jenkins vs. Congdon. 21 events lined up for LG Festival Space. William Nikas option to buy Hudson Falls Masonic building. Tribute to Bill Parks. The Conkling Center for seniors. Al Cormier, Salem’s historian since 1984. Max in London. If you can’t

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Our May 7 issue

Mother’s Day and more! Nancy Corliss of Hudson Falls with the Dalai Lama & Bishop Tutu. 20-year old Annaliese Schmiel in Nepal helping quake victims. Pediatricians leaving Glens Falls Hospital. 750 acres of Mt. McGregor to become part of Moreau State Park, prison for sale too. Wing Fest success. Downtown delays as Hudson Ave repaving starts. Mark Westcott starts political consulting firm. Strand Theater price tag – $4 to $7 …

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Our April 30 issue

Lawn & Garden issue. Battenkill Valley Creamery purchases 2nd farm. Strand Theater nears vote. Prom update. Clinton Inn on Lake George for sale – $8.9 million. Warren County OKs selling of sparklers. JUST Beverages gets OK at Queensbury Planning Board. Wells House to reopen. Dollar General store to open soon at 61 Main Street in Queensbury. Godsmack coming to Civic Center on May 6. Looking for things to do…see the

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Our April 23 issue

Special Curtis Lumber 125th Anniversary section. The latest on Bonacio’s Glens Falls plan. Erin Coe’s return to Hyde. Local foods in local restaurants. Russell Little’s house sells. Opponents seek final appeal of Kitchen’s house plan on Assembly Point. May baskets for sale in Moreau & Warrensburg. Washington County Fiber Tour this Saturday & Sunday. Looking for things to do…see the Arts section and the Community Bulletin Board.

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