Sunday, November 27, 2022


Plight of the mama bear

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Did you catch the widely circulated story about a woman who was attacked by a bear on Nov. 2 near Stratton Mountain Resort in Vermont?

It said that the woman, who fortunately was not severely injured, was attacked after her dog, a Shih Tzu, chased a bear cub up a tree. (The dog was not injured.)

Reports said wildlife officials were searching for the presumed …

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Crazy trying to keep up with Warren County gov goings on

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

I attended Friday’s monthly meeting of the Warren County Board of Supervisors. What emerged then and in the days thereafter was more than I bargained for.

The board approved the 2023 budget, rebuffing two attempts to table it by supervisors who wanted the whole board and the public to take a fresh look.

But the budget was upstaged by word that new County Tourism

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Wolverines are instant powerhouse

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

The first year of the joint Warrensburg/Lake George/North Warren Varsity football team is a roaring success.

The Wolverines are 12-0 and pursuing a state championship.

 Saturday at noon in Middletown they take on O’Neill in the state semifinal. If they win, they’ll play for the Championship in Syracuse’s Carrier Dome.

Coach Michael Perrone said he knew from the beginning that “this could be a …

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Hudson Falls’ Jonathan Beagle is league Rookie of Week for UAlbany

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

Former Hudson Falls basketball standout Jonathan Beagle is off to the races in his freshman season at the University of Albany.

The 6’9” forward was named the America East Rookie of the Week after averaging 8.3 rebounds over 3 games.

He’s averaging 10.4 points and 8.8 rebounds per game on the season.

Against Union College last Tuesday he recorded a career best 17 points, …

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Sterling Goodspeed’s good book of short stories

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Sterling Goodspeed, the former Warren County District Attorney and former Johnsburg Town Supervisor, has written a book of short stories — True North — that is interesting, gutsy and I found well worth reading.

“Congratulations,” I emailed Sterling. “It’s a feat that you’ve accomplished. You write well and have things to say.”

It’s gutsy because Sterling, a 7th generation resident of North Creek, lets it …

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