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Fire Department consolidation not a viable proposition

To the News Enterprise: How convenient that an individual in the hamlet of North Creek (there appears to be some confusion that there is a Town of North Creek) is seeking a consolidation of all of the local volunteer fire departments because the one department would maybe be located in North Creek.

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Haskell and Wood to debate Thurman issues

The contentious quest to lead Thurman government now features a face-off of the two candidates for town supervisor in a rare local Meet the Candidates night.

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An open letter to the U.S. senators representing New York

I understand that Samuel Palmisano, CEO of IBM, has offered the services of the company to the president to save the health care system several billion dollars FREE by rooting out inefficient methods but the president has turned him down.

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Voters decline Newcomb, Minerva school budgets

Other local budgets pass

Members of the five True North school districts had mixed results during the May 21 budget vote.

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Football Picking Contest - Week 12

I’d be lying if I said I was surprised by the Big Blue bummer Sunday, but, man, did they look awful.

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Freight to roll down North Creek tracks soon

Saratoga & North Creek Railway connected to Tahawus mine

Freight trains should be rolling along the Saratoga & North Creek (SNC) Railway tracks within the next two months, according to railroad officials.

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Man harvests piebald deer with bow near Crane Pond

Keith O’Connor, a veteran bowhunter who has taken 23 bucks over the past 33 years with a bow, harvested his first piebald deer on Oct. 10.

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What’s wrong with flat tax?

For the life of me, I cannot understand why all the semi-literate politicians in D.C. spend their life trying to look good and institute a low tax for everyone.

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Llama farm among Thurman Maple Days’ attractions

Thurman Maple Days isn't just about all things maple — it also features visits to the Peru Llama Farm, where children can enjoy an old-fashioned hay barn experience as well as an encounter with a llama or two.

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Dinner with Carol Gregson, author of the new memoir, ‘Wet Socks’

On the menu was stroganoff, fried asparagus, salad, sweet knots, rice for the rice people, and noodles for the noodle people. Dessert was lemon pie.

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Cuts hurt real world educational experiences

My name is Taylor Feiden. I am 14 and I am a freshman at Minerva Central School.

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Perfect Score for North Creek Nursing Home

“No deficiencies” in any area was the recent verdict from a team of health-care experts who visited the Adirondack Tri-County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (ATCNHRC), in North Creek.

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Rotary Club picks new officers

The North Creek Rotary Club held its annual Changeover Dinner at The Owl at Twilight restaurant in Olmstedville, Friday, June 29.

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Cuomo visits Keene volunteers

Route 73 to open by mid September

Gov. Andrew Cuomo spent part of his Labor Day in Essex County and visited with government officials, volunteers and residents in Keene.

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Newcomb awarded $40,000 grant to develop its main street

The town was awarded a $40,000 grant from the Department of Environmental Conservation to develop their main street.

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Mosaic project taking shape

The mosaic project is coming together on the concrete retaining wall along North Creek’s Main Street.

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Baker's Mills News

The bluegrass four-day event was a big success. Hundreds of campers and so many more people enjoyed being in North Creek for such great groups.

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Chester Historical DVD is available

The Chester Historical Society recently released a 55-minute DVD entitled “Town of Chester~Seasons,” featuring the hamlets of Chestertown and Pottersville in the four seasons, available for $15 at the Town Museum.

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Gore Chamber of Commerce Golf mixer approaching

The Gore Mountain Regional Chamber of Commerce’s annual golf outing is Tuesday, Sept. 13 at Cronin’s Golf Resort.

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