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Our February 20 issue

Prime Time Seniors issue Floyd Dumas’ remarkable life! Bag ban starts on March 1. Lewis Super property sold: $295,000. Chris Gibson is new president of Siena. Marathon Dance: Background checks on many volunteers & all the recipients. Washington County Fair sets ‘Blue Jean Ball,’ July 4 fireworks. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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Our February 13 issue

Valentine’s Weekend issue It was 40 years ago: U.S. beat Soviets in Lake Placid Olympics. Schermerhorn vs. Post-Star. Major real estate deals: The Mill owners buy 14 Hudson. Younger Kenny buys Georgian for $8.5-million. John Herlihy left $2.2-million each to GF Hospital & Crandall Library. Q&A with Rep. Stefanik. Special Olympics Fall Games will return Oct. 23-24. Cool! Behind the- scenes tour of Madison Square Garden. Week 3 of LG …

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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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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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Our January 23 issue

Winter Home issue Ice rinks made in their own backyards. Car show fallout. Nettle Meadow cheese’s big move to Luzerne. Finders Keepers consignment opening 2nd shop, in outlets. Aviator closes ‘til spring’; Chef Denver departs. Glens Falls eyes reval; first since 2005. Ice Bars! Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!

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