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Deric Buck takes over on Oct. 4 at Kingswood; new name: Kingsbury National Golf Club

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Deric Buck — who already operates Bay Meadows golf course in Queensbury — will take over on Oct. 4 at Kingswood, the Hudson Falls golf course he and his mother are buying for $1.8-million from Peter Shabat.

“We’re changing the name to Kingsbury National Golf Club,” Mr. Buck told The Chronicle. “The name Kingswood is synonymous with Mike Woodbury, who did a great job …

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Adk. Theatre Fest announces Film Fest stars

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Here’s some of what and who are coming to the Adirondack Theatre Festival’s inaugural Adirondack Film Festival, on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21 and 22, in downtown Glens Falls:

  • Trespass Against Us and Girl, Asleep, two buzz-generating movies we’ll see before they hit Sundance and other major film festivals.
  • Comedy writer Tami Sagher of Inside Amy Schumer, How I Met Your Mother and 30

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Rozell Industries: Year 35 for Queensbury full-service contractor.

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Rozell Industries, celebrating its 35th anniverary, is a full-service general and mechanical engineering firm based near Warren County Airport that employs more than 200 people.

“My father Peter Sr., my brother Peter and I started the company back in 1981,” said Brian Rozell, who is the president of both Rozell Industries and Rozell East, the company’s union shop.

“The intent from the start was …

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Jen Whalen & Tiarra Guidon: Rozell Industries’ 3rd generation

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Jen Rozell Whalen, 37, and Tiarra Rozell Guidon, 32, are both officers of Rozell Industries and Rozell East, the business started 35 years ago by their late grandfather Peter Rozell Sr.

“I remember coming into the office as a little girl,” Jen said. “We all did as kids.”

Tiarra, daughter of company president Brian Rozell, is vice-president and an engineer, having earned a bachelor’s …

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42 restaurants signed up for Kiwanis Taste of the North Country, Oct. 2

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: “We are closing in on full,” says Jerrod Ogden, organizer of the Glens Falls Kiwanis Club’s 24th annual Taste of the North Country food festival on Sunday, Oct. 2, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in City Park, downtown Glens Falls.

As of late on Monday, 42 restaurants had signed up to participate. Here’s the list.

Glens Falls restaurants:

  • 190 Grille & Cinema
  • Cheesy Does

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