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Our June 13 issue

Father’s Day issue | Honoring Dr. Leary. LARAC this weekend. Cathy: 25 thoughts at Theatre Fest’s 25th. Valedictorians. Local cancer rate became topic at Clean Air panel. Assembly OK’s bill requiring safety course of all motor boaters. LG Law Enforcement Officers Weekend. Washington Cty. 915 farms, 211 of them new; More maple, more berries. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Vying to be Sheriff

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Warren County Sheriff Bud York is retiring. Shawn Lamouree and Jim LaFarr are seeking the Republican nomination to succeed him in a June 25th primary.

The Republican nominee becomes the favorite to win the November election, though both candidates could continue their run on third-party lines. So far no Democrat has entered the race.

Both contestants in the GOP primary are long-time members of …

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HF: Morans’ $500,000 gift to redo Derby Park

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Brien and Mike Moran, whose Moran’s Sporting Goods Store was a Hudson Falls mainstay that supplied athletic gear and bicycles to generations of local kids, are donating $500,000 to kick off a $1.1-million complete renovation of Derby Park in Hudson Falls.

The gift was announced Tuesday morning at a press conference in the former Washington County Courthouse building in downtown Hudson Falls.

“This community …

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Catching up with Delaney

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

When Queensbury grad Delaney Silvernell takes the stage at the Times Union Center on Friday night, June 28, it’ll be a heady moment.

“It’s my childhood dream venue,” Delaney told The Chronicle on Monday afternoon, speaking by phone from her home in Los Angeles.

She’d delayed the interview because she was called in to her regular gig — behind the counter at a pizza …

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GF School panel urges end to valedictorian & naming of top 10

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

The Glens Falls City School District “Class Rank Committee” is recommending that the school stop naming valedictorians and salutatorians, and disclose class rankings only for college and scholarship applications.

Trent Clay, assistant superintendent for curriculum, said the committee will now discuss it with superintendent Paul Jenkins and the Board of Education, who will decide whether to make any changes or keep things the same.…

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