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Glens Falls: Mascot Reveal Rally moves to 6/12

The Glens Falls School District has postponed its “Mascot Reveal Rally,” originally set for Wednesday, May 31.

“As it turns out, we’ve encountered a delay in the Black Bear mascot-logo design process,” the school tells The Chronicle. “We are pushing the reveal rally to Monday, June 12, at 6 p.m. in the High School auditorium.”

A student-led effort ended with the district selecting the Glens Falls Black Bears as their …

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Lake George: Mascot poll, vote by May 30

Chronicle Summer Staffer Hannah Hughes writes: The Lake George community will have until May 30 to vote on a new school mascot and nickname via a poll on the district’s website, school officials said at a forum on Tuesday night.

Only recently did New York State rule that Lake George and other schools with “Warrior” mascots must change.

The state considers the Warrior a “vestige” of Indigenous culture, said Lake …

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Warrensburg 21st Bike Rally opens Saturday

By Hannah Hughes, Chronicle Summer Staff

“It’s the closest thing to flying.” is how Ed Zibro explained what it feels like to ride a motorcycle.

Mr. Zibro founded the Warrensburg Motorcycle Rally to provide a less expensive motorcyclist expo and event.

“You shouldn’t have to pay to see if you want to spend money to buy that pair of shoes, or that dress, or that hat, or whatever you have …

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Americade turns 40

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

“This looks like it’s going to be a breakout year,” organizer Christian Dutcher says of the 40th annual Americade Motorcycle Rally.

The event “vrooms” into Lake George — and tours the region — Tuesday to Sunday, May 30 to June 4.

“I’m delighted to say, registrations are ahead of last year, 20 percent, conservatively. We have every reason to believe, if vendors and factories …

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Migrant crisis; County responds

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Warren County on Tuesday issued an emergency declaration regarding Governor Kathy Hochul’s plans to address the influx of migrant asylum seekers coming from the United States’ southern border to New York City by sending some of them to upstate counties.

Warren County Administrator John Taflan tells The Chronicle the emergency declaration sends a message to hotels, or other places that could be contacted by …

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