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When Diane Struble swam Lake George

By Cathy DeDe, Chronicle Managing Editor

How many of you still remember Diane Struble?

In August 1958, the 25-year-old single mother of three young girls became the first person to swim the length of Lake George. It caused a sensation that drew thousands and landed her on national TV.

Nearly 60 years later, the Lake George Historical Association commemorates the feat with a new exhibit at its museum at 290 …

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Our August 6 issue

Our Prime Time Seniors! When Diane Struble swam Lake George. Chestertown gets medical marijuana nod. ‘Trekonderga’ gathering set for Ti. Cathy and the Mets. American Pharoah racing in Travers? Lyme Disease forum Saturday at SUNY Adk., 9 a.m. to noon. Stanley Cup coming to Saratoga Racetrack on Monday. Rattlesnake update. Doug Beaty has 2 holes-in-one in same round. Wild Walk breaking attendance records. The ‘Pickleball’ craze. Pick us up and

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