Saturday, December 9, 2023

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Pro’s & con’s of ProcellaCOR vs. milfoil in Lake George has new day in court

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

The two factions advocating and opposing application of the herbicide ProcellaCOR to address invasive Eurasian Milfoil at two locations on Lake George were back in court last Friday.

NYS Supreme Court Judge Robert Muller heard arguments from lawyers representing the Adirondack Park Agency and Lake George Park Commission for, versus the Lake George Association, LGA Waterkeeper, Town of Hague and others against the herbicide.…

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Adk. United girls in debut season reached NYS hockey final

By Zander Frost, Chronicle Staff Writer

Adirondack United varsity girls hockey achieved phenomenal success in their very first season, achieving a 19-2 record and reaching the championship game of the New York State tournament, where they were edged by Clinton, 2-1.

The team — Section 2’s only girls varsity ice hockey program — combines players from the Corinth, Glens Falls, Queensbury, Hudson Falls, South Glens Falls and Saratoga Springs school …

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Strand rallies around Alan Dunham after brain injury

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

The Strand Theatre in Hudson Falls again rallies ’round — this time to aid one of its own, musician and recording engineer Alan Dunham, who suffered a heart attack in December. A concert on Sunday, March 5, will raise funds to help pay medical bills and other life expenses.

“The Concert for Alan” will feature Rich Ortiz at 2 p.m., Beatles tribute band Across …

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Some surprises as GOP endorses in Qby. elections

Chronicle Managing Editor Cathy DeDe writes: The Warren County and Queensbury Republican Committee endorsement meetings on Wednesday, Feb. 15, took some interesting turns. Most notably: Doug Beaty and Tony Metivier are ‘in.’ Mike Wild is ‘out.’

The Town GOP endorsed Doug Beaty over two-time Republican candidate David Deeb for Ward 2 on the Town Board.

Mr. Beaty is in his fifth term as a Queensbury At-Large member of the Warren …

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Glens Falls Indians gear sales boom

By Cathy DeDe. Chronicle Managing Editor

With the Glens Falls School District ending its Indian nickname under New York’s statewide order, there’s a boom in sale of GFHS Indian merchandise.

“We definitely see more people coming in, looking specifically for items with Indians and the arrowhead logo, since the announcement,” says Kevin Hall, who operates Hallwear on Lawrence Street.

“I think there’s a lot of nostalgia, and also, people saying, …

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