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Tag Archives: Washington County Fair

Our August 9 issue

Back to School issue | Retro camping style. Lake George Music Festival begins August 12. Washington County Fair to feature live cow births. St. Mary’s priest speaks out: Church’s sexual abuse. Rutland will cut down all 355 of its ash trees as Borer comes fast. Grant Cottage sets major Civil War reenactor event, 8/11-12. Glens Falls eyes purchase of tennis and swim club. Plenty of real estate listings… Find your …

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Our August 24 issue

Autumn Preview issue Rita Sweenor fights off rabid coyote. Lake George hazards. Washington County Fair. Deric Buck sets ‘Buck’s Tavern’ at former Blue Moose. Glens Falls Tennis & Swim Club closes. Social Security office staying open in Queensbury. Travers Saturday in Saratoga. Max in China. Rock the Dock concert Saturday celebrating Steamboat’s 200th anniversary. Classic boats in Lake George on Saturday also. Marshall Tucker band coming to LG Festival …

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Our August 17 issue

Washington County issue Washington County Fair is August 21-27. Matt Paszko completes ‘LG 12ster’ solo Ultra Challenge. Kassidy Kuzmich, busiest girl at the Fair! Brothers, ages 3 & 5, catch six-pound bass on Glen Lake. More summer international worker profiles. GF Hospital eyes doing facility on Rt. 9 in Moreau. GF Hospital mulls selling its dialysis center. Habitat for Humanity store to open Sept. 9. Mary Sicard repeats as senior …

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Our August 18 issue

Washington County 52 page issue! Washington County Fair August 22-28. Lake George FUND-amentals. Hot new restaurant: Craft on 9. Willie Wonka at the Wood. Quagga mussels risk. Max in Moscow. Bats on the rise? O’Toole’s Restaurant & Sports Pub 25th Anniversary. Slate quarry tour. Summer is still going strong!…page after page of shows, concerts and things to do. The Chronicle always has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment section!


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Our August 27 issue

Washington County Fair now through Sunday! Chronicle’s 35th anniversary! Lake George real estate market heats up. Adirondack Safari glamping success. American Pharoah coming to Saratoga. Warren County Judge race. New Rush Pond trail system in Queensbury. Suit challenges JUST Water approval. LGA’s annual meeting. L.L. Bean Outlet opening this Friday. Julian Bond’s death at age 75. Looking for something to do? The Chronicle has the region’s best Arts & Entertainment

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