Monday, August 15, 2022

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Dr. Kathleen Braico: So many diseases halted by vaccines

Dear Mark,

I wrote the following in an attempt to help people understand the role of immunizations and how everyone in the U.S. has been protected from so many dread diseases because of mass immunizations. Perhaps this will help some people who are hesitant to get the COVID vaccine in our area. Although it is rather long, I hope you can print it.

Remember when you didn’t get sick? …

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DeNatale’s Italian restaurant opens in Hudson Falls

By Mark Frost & Zander Frost, Chronicle Editor & Staff Writer

A Queensbury couple with a combined 70 years in the restaurant business has opened DeNatale’s — serving traditional Italian and “Tuscany peasant” style cuisine — in Hudson Falls.

Kevin Golonka and Theresa Harwood-DeNatale transformed an empty room into a showplace in the Masonic building that Hudson Falls attorney Bill Nikas is reviving as the Sandy Hill Arts Center.

It’s …

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Lake George school topics: Warrior image & ‘Diversity, Equity & Inclusion’

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

Two issues at the Lake George School Board meeting in November — its traditional Warrior imagery, and plans to address “DEI,” or Diversity Equity and Inclusion, in the district — brought out heated if politely worded comments from the public. It reached Warren County, too, where two speakers waited through the lengthy November Board of Supervisors meeting in order to alert the Supervisors of …

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Dana Hogan: Opt out for now on marijuana in Kingsbury; eye later referendum

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

“I’m leaning towards opting out only in the sense that I think it gives us more future flexibility,” Kingsbury Town Supervisor Dana Hogan told The Chronicle regarding the state marijuana opt-out deadline coming up on Dec. 31.

“If we don’t opt out by December 31, 2021, we no longer as a community have the option to opt out in the future,” Mr. Hogan said. …

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Moreau town board open to marijuana sale, balks at its use on-site at bars, etc.

Chronicle staff writer Zander Frost reports: “No decision has been made” on whether to authorize or forbid marijuana dispensaries in Moreau, Town Supervisor Todd Kusnierz told The Chronicle.

He expects it to be discussed at the Town Board meeting, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m.

Dec. 31 is the deadline set by New York State to opt out of allowing sales. Otherwise it’s allowed permanently. Towns can opt in later if …

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