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Warriors claim second Class C title in three years

Wincowski three sends Warriors up Rte. 9 champs

In the Class C Championship game March 21, that spotlight fell to the on-court leader of the Lake George Warriors in a 53-50 title win against Waterville.

Thankful

I would like to say thank you to all of you for your support and generosity following the fatal house fire that took the life of my beloved husband Robert, our dog, and home.

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Wincowski’s triple-double helps lead Warriors to Class C title game

The edge went to the down-towners, as the Warriors hit on 11 shots from beyond the arc to score a 70-60 win over the Blue Devils and advance to the Class C title game for the second time in three years.

Marijuana awareness needed

Marijuana is a controversial plant.

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Adirondack Shakespeare prepares for spring tour

The Adirondack Shakespeare Company is launching its first spring tour of upstate New York this year with productions of “Romeo & Juliet” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

What is your favorite room in your home and why?

Question of Month

Proud parents | Bakers Mills News

The weather can’t make up it’s mind if it wants to be Spring or Winter. Guess we will have both for another couple of months.

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From the Hudson to the Kamo and back again

M. Thomas Apple, a Warrensbrug alum and full-time professor of English at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto, Japan, has self-published his debut novel "Approaching Twi-Night" to favorable reviews.

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Warriors now in NYS Final Four after comeback victory

The Lake George Boys Basketball team is again in a statewide spotlight as they fought a comeback victory March 14 to win a regional trophy, and they are headed this weekend to the Glens Falls Civic Center in a quest for the NYS Class C championship.

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Bolton citizens asked to offer ideas on local school’s future

The direction that Bolton Central takes in the future — whether it's 'tuitioning in' students, boosting academics or consolidation with nearby districts — will be influenced by the viewpoints of local citizens.

Time to raise the age

The time has come for the criminal justice system to treat young people across New York State as children, not adults.

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Tahawus Scholarship looks for applicants

The Committee for the Tahawus Legacy Education Fund, chaired by Dr. Joan A. Burke, announces its inaugural 2015 year of scholarship awards.

Bands & Beans fest to rock the house Sunday

What's been called the "mother of all parties" in the southern Adirondacks is set to be held at Roaring Brook Ranch near Lake George Village.

Hornbeck New Trick 12 raffle underway

This year The Hornbeck New Trick 12 is the prize that will go to one lucky winner as the North Creek Rotary Club Annual Canoe Raffle gets underway.

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‘Great Upstate Boat Show’ returns to Qby.’s sports dome next weekend

A boat show that is hosted in a dome for all-weather comfort, is set to open Friday March 27 featuring event discounts, prizes and a wide array of watercraft accessories.

Spring | Little Bits

St. Patrick’s Day is past and we’ve had our Irishman of the Year breakfast. We’ve donned our green clothes, consumed our green beer along with our corned beef and cabbage. Time to turn the page.

The sporting life: Old as the hills, fresh as the rain | Notes from the North Woods

As has been my custom for more than a decade or so, I recently spent another fine, March day traveling down Schroon Lake way in order to attend the annual Adirondack Sportsman’s Dinner.

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OneWorkSource launches new website

OneWorkSource and the North Country Workforce Investment Board announces the launch of their updated website.

ACA editoral misleading

I believe that your editorial statement that “The act will add over 1 trillion to the federal deficit” (“Still not-so-affordable health care,” Feb. 28 edition) is extremely misleading. I believe that your editorial statement that “The act will add over 1 trillion to the federal deficit” (“Still not-so-affordable health care,” Feb. 28 edition) is extremely misleading.

The NCAA itself is the real problem | Editorial

You don’t have to be a New Yorker—or necessarily a sports fan—to have heard of the NCAA’s levying of penalties on Syracuse University men’s football and basketball programs two weeks ago.

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