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Our June 11 issue

The LARAC Fest, Zonta Faire this weekend! 3 big sections this week! Spotlight on Hudson Headwaters new Warrensburg Health Center. Camping on Lake George. Glens Falls grad Megan Guarnier wins 2nd US cycling title, eyes Olympics. Price Chopper to open in Fort Edward. Americade success say Dutcher. Greg Norman’s plans in Tupper Lake. The region’s best Arts & Entertainment section delivers everything you need to know to stay entertained!

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Our June 4 issue

The motorcycles are here! Americade and Warrensburg Bike Rally through the weekend. Big cats of the Adirondacks. Lake George to launch zip line. 11 Queensbury seniors to enlist in the Army. Glens Falls and County eye joint tourism effort. Dineen family quest for Stanley Cup. Less fish stocked this year. The region’s best Arts & Entertainment section delivers everything you need to know to stay entertained!

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A 70-foot tumble, a desperate rescue try, 2 broken backs & survival

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

A South Glens Falls native was involved in an April accident and rescue in Burlington, Vermont, in which she and the friend she risked her life to help both nearly died. Their ordeal — and ultimate rescue — was first reported by the Burlington Free Press.

Karen Ross, 52, saw her friend fall 70 feet down a steep rocky embankment when a walking path …

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Our May 28 issue

The motorcycles are coming! Americade and Warrensburg Bike Rally will brings tens of thousands of cycling enthusiasts to the area. Lake George Elvis Fest goes through Sunday. Karen Ross and friend survive 70-foot cliff fall into Lake Champlain. Big crowds commemorate Memorial Day at Crandall Park. Hospital pediatric coverage fallout continues. Chestertown has high hopes for ‘Woof-Stock.’ Max in Iceland. Greenwich band Eastbound Jesus interview. Glens Falls Dragons baseball opening …

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Their lake house at last

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

It’s over. After nearly three years, New York’s highest court rejected the final challenge to Steven and Jennifer Kitchen’s plans to build a 3,200-square-foot home on a landlocked, hillside double lot at Assembly Point on Lake George.

“The motion…is dismissed as academic,” wrote the Court of Appeals in a one-page May 14 ruling rejecting the opponents’ last appeal.

Foes of the project, who included …

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