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Our February 6 issue

Winter Wonderland issue Who’s for legalizing marijuana? No more drum corps. Matt Simpson. Marathon recipients. ‘Stick it to cancer’ Winter Carnival keg toss. Ice or not: BBQ, bonfires, more at LG Winter Carnival week 2. What a difference a superstar makes. Villalobos Brothers at Park Theatre Feb. 9. Cambridge Mayor joins NY Senate race. At Fort Hudson, physicians’ care now by Hudson Headwaters, GF Hospital exits. Concerts, comedy, shows… The

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Next Girard generation: GF’s Joseph III wins NYS Elks Hoop Shoot, on to nationals

Joseph Girard III, a fourth-grader at Sanford Street School, won the state Elks Hoop Shoot foul-shooting title among boys ages 10 and 11, and will compete in the national semifinals in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on March 26.

Joseph, 10, the son of Arleen Girard of Queensbury and Joe Girard, Jr., of Hudson Falls, made 22 of 25 foul shots to win the state crown. He also won the award for most …

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Our January 30 issue

Lake George Winter Carnival issue Super Bowl Weekend! Will Lake George freeze? Aviator chef plans her own restaurant. Dan Ladd: Ice fishing. Max Frost: 3 days in Oaxaca, Mexico. Ft. Wm. Henry’s Best Western is for sale to make way for Carriage House project. Betty Little proposes making daylight savings time permanent. Shugrue: My husband’s retirement as CEO of Gloversville hospital has ‘no bearing’ on me as CEO of Glens …

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Will Lake George freeze?

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Lake George hasn’t completely iced over yet, but it’s getting closer.

“We lost some ground last weekend with the rain and the wind,” said Larry Eichler, who has monitored the lake since 1979 as a research scientist with the Darrin Fresh Water Institute (FWI) in Bolton.

Will the lake completely freeze over? “I’m still optimistic it will,” he said, “but there’s a distinct chance …

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Adirondack Theatre Festival’s new season & logo

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

At Monday evening’s dual 26th season announcement and ribbon cutting with the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Adirondack Theatre Festival director Chad Rabinovitz touted last year’s “nearly 10,000 patrons and a thousand more at our insanely growing Film Festival.”

““To usher in our second 25 years,” Mr. Rabinovitz unveiled a new logo and branding plan that he said plays off “ATF, what people know …

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