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Our February 19 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue! “Walk on Water’ to Dome Island. Brant Lake skier, Abe Studler, Olympic hopeful. Thoughts on ‘American Sniper.’ Fx3 Fit Food in former Friendly’s location. Hemlock trees rapid decline in Catskills. Senator Chuck Schumer visits Finch Paper. Glens Falls water/sewer rates up again, 2.3% in 2015, 28% over last 6 years. Tom Albrecht steps aside from CROP Walk leadership after 16 years. Meet Kim Bren, new Glens …

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Our February 12 issue

Insurance & Investing issue! 100 years of Gug’s! Finch CEO, Deba Mukherjee opens up. Week two of Lake George Winter Carnival. A visit to Garnet Hill Lodge. Adirondack Thunder picked as name for GF’s new ECHL hockey team. After deaths of owners, Ciro’s Restaurant in Lake Luzerne for sale. Over on thousand taxpayers delinquent on Glens Falls water and sewer bills. August opening for Glens Falls 524-space parking garage. Queensbury’s …

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Our February 5 issue

LG Winter Carnival opens this weekend! Joe Raccuia’s new gig – Morcon Tissue in Cambridge. Heroin epidemic in our area. Jack Sweeney of Chestertown wins our Super Bowl contest. LARAC Fall Arts Festival to move to Civic Center from the Dome. Rachael Ray coming back to Lake George on April 2. It’s not too late to book your Valentine’s dinner. So many great options in this week’s issue! Music, art,

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Our January 29 issue

Our Winter Sports issue! Ice fishing on Lake George with Rich Ortiz. NYS OKs North Creek plan for Ski Museum. Our hockey future: AHL out, ECHL in. NYS Volleyball championships for girls to stay in Glens Falls. Winter Carnival opens next week. Locally made – The Lazy Dog treat biz going strong. HF Strand Theater plan moves ahead. ‘Stand Up for Upstate Schools’ push to end GAP cuts. Local ice …

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Our January 22 issue

Our Winter Home issue! Lake George freezes over. Local ice bars are hot! JUST Beverages lawsuit settled. South High Marathon Dance: students select 44 beneficiaries. Glens Falls hockey future. Ken & Holly Wheelers’ retirement plan – fix up old homes to rent. Enter our Super Bowl contest – details on page 3. Hyde draws smaller crowds for opening – $30 fee to blame? Mid-winter arts and entertainment scene in full

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