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Our December 12 issue

Holiday Helping issue Senator Betty Little calls it a career. Elise Stefanik interview blowback. Dan Stec to run for NYS Senate; Braymer, Beaty & Simpson mull Assembly run. Couple sets new eatery at Tallulah. Kyle Gannon OK’ed as next Qby. School chief; $180,000 job. Copperfield Inn is sold for $1-million to NYC caterer by way of Colombia. Concerts, comedy, shows… The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment

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Sides drawn in new push to ban ATVs on state land

By Gordon Woodworth, Chronicle News Editor

Environmental groups have launched an effort to enact a law to ban ATVs — All-Terrain Vehicles — from all state land, including the 6-million-acre Adirondack Park.

ATVs are already prohibited on Forest Preserve land by the Department of Environmental Conservation, but advocates of new legislation say there aren’t enough Forest Rangers to enforce current laws and some ATV operators ignore the restrictions because penalties …

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Endorsements & more…

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Before I enter shark-infested waters and make some election endorsements, let me give you some context — about what goes on behind the scenes at The Chronicle and about how I see myself, the world and my role in it.

Friday at 3:06 p.m. a “Letter to the Editor” arrived in The Chronicle e-mail box. The woman who wrote the letter subsequently withdrew it, but …

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Mark Frost’s 2016 election endorsements

By Mark Frost, Chronicle Editor

Necessity is the mother of invention, so for the first time I’m doing my election endorsements on the Web instead of in the print version of The Chronicle. Why? Because I ran out of time and space in this week’s paper edition.

So here are my choices and observations.

For President — I can’t vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.

Donald Trump is …

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Stec: NYS must do more to protect the Lake

By David Cederstrom, Chronicle Staff Writer

“I think it’s too much for the state to expect that private citizens and local government are going to pick up the water that, frankly, the state should be carrying,” Assemblyman Dan Stec told the 129th annual meeting of the Lake George Association on Friday, Aug. 22.

Mr. Stec, the meeting’s keynote speaker, praised the funding help from local municipalities and groups such as …

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