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Get your Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day in the Tri-Lakes

The Bitters and Bones Turkey Trot, SaranacLake (Enterprise file photo - Lou Reuter) On Thanksgiving Day, there will be fundraising Turkey Trots in all three Tri-Lakes villages. Here is the information below: SARANACLAKE- Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot - The third annual Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot in


Warrensburg Marine improvises, adapts, overcomes

WARRENSBURG - Just what does it take it impress a Marine? How about being the only trainee in your all-woman unit to score a perfect 300 in physical training - then finding out you did it with stress fractures in both hips? "What she did blew my mind. This girl is as tough as nails," said Marine Cor

POST-STAR - 2017-11-23 19:30:00

Sammy D's closes, customers plead for a reopening

LAKE GEORGE - A nationally popular eatery has closed after a disagreement with the Adirondack Factory Outlet Mall. Sammy D's Cafe, which opened eight years ago, announced Tuesday that it had closed. "I will miss providing amazing service, creative food and knowledge of nature's arts there in the mal

POST-STAR - 2017-11-22 16:51:00

Horse camp owner accused of fraud

SARANAC LAKE - The co-owner of a popular horse camp, horse rescue and sleigh riding business in Lake Clear has been charged with felony grand larceny for allegedly defrauding a customer of more than $10,000 in August. State police arrested Natalia DeValinger of Adirondack Wild Horse Camp on Monda


Film commission seeks to attract more moviemakers

Buy Now Cast members of the yet-to-be-released movie 'Radium Girls' wait on Glen Street in Glens Falls in October 2016 while the movie's producer talks to the crew. Local officials are establishing a film commission in an effort to expand motion picture production in the Glens Falls area. Kathleen P

POST-STAR - 2017-11-21 21:15:00

NCCC course designed to ease EMT shortage

SARANAC LAKE - North Country Community College will combat the regional shortage of emergency-medical technicians by offering a training course this spring. Emergency-services officials from both Essex and Franklin counties worked on the plan, which offers a six-credit course in basic ambulance serv


Questions aired on University Games

More than 60 people gather Monday afternoon in the Conference Center at Lake Placid to gain knowledge and ask questions the Adirondack North Country Global Sports Committee's bid to the International University Sports Federation to host the 2023 Winter World University Games. (Enterprise photo - Gri


Man headed to jail for assaulting police officer

QUEENSBURY - A Warrensburg man who injured a police officer last August has been sentenced to 6 months in jail and 5 years on probation for his guilty plea to a felony charge. Billy L. Nail, 34, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault in connection with an incident that left a state trooper with uns


Four appointed to Kent Narrows Development Foundation

CENTREVILLE - The Queen Anne's County Commissioners voted 4-0 Tuesday, Nov. 14, to appoint four individuals to the Kent Narrows Development Foundation. Mike Harris, Sheryl Jaros, Sue Kamp and Patricia Worns were appointed to three-year terms, which begin Jan. 1, 2018 and end Dec. 31, 2020. The Kent

MYEASTERNSHOREMD.COM - 2017-11-23 06:45:00

Nucor to open micro-mill in Sedalia, Mo.

Nucor announced plans Tuesday to open a steel rebar micro-mill in Pettis County, Mo., bringing about 250 full-time jobs to the Sedalia area, the Sedalia Democrat reported Tuesday. The mill, called Nucor Steel Sedalia LLC, will be built on the northeast side of Sedalia just outside city limits. Sedal

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 00:27:00

Steel producer Nucor announces new steel mill in Sedalia

The Missouri State Fairgrounds was buzzing in mid-November for Gov. Eric Greitens and a major company expansion announcement. Hundreds of area residents packed into the Lowell Mohler Assembly Hall on Tuesday as local officials revealed a new location for Nucor, the largest producer of steel in the U

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-21 22:27:00

Black Friday, Small Business Saturday make one-two punch of shopping

Minutes into Black Friday shopping last year at Menards, the aisles are filled with shoppers anxious to find deals on a variety of products. In a major shopping weekend, small businesses are preparing to shine while large corporations boom. Major retailers in town will open at varying times over the

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-23 03:12:00

Heber Hunt students share a traditional Thanksgiving feast

Just as it was during the first Thanksgiving in American almost four centuries ago, Tuesday was a day for individuals from different backgrounds to come together as one family and celebrate the many blessing they have been given. Heber Hunt Elementary hosted its annual Thanksgiving Lunch, inviting a

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 21:55:00

Lake area orchestra begins winter concert series

Lake Area Community Orchestra Celebrating its 30th year, the Lake Area Community Orchestra traditionally performs a winter concert series and a summer concert series. This year's winter concert includes Tomaso Albinoni's "Adagio," "A Crazy Mixed-up Christmas Concert" "Adventum," "A Fireside Christma


Leeton boys dominate in season opener

The Leeton Bulldogs basketball team got past Stover on the road Tuesday night grabbing a 76-67 road win. Leeton (1-0) outscored Stover in three of the four quarters. Senior Caleb Cramer accounted for 22 points while fellow senior Cody Claxton pitched in 19. Claxton and sophomore Daniel Davenport eac

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-22 19:54:00

Macks Creek students, staff honor 28 veterans

On Friday, Nov. 10, area veterans attended a breakfast and an assembly at the Macks Creek R-5 School District. These veterans and their families visited with one another in the newly completed Charlie and Jackie Adell Library Media Center and were honored during a districtwide assembly in the school

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 01:46:00

Macks Creek Senior Center Menu

Macks Creek Senior Center, 558 Carnahan Road, is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cost is $4 for people 60 and older and $6.50 for those age 59 or younger. Soup served at 10:30 a.m. daily. Wheat bread and gelatin with fruit served daily. Second choice of dessert is diabetic. Menu subject to change without

BUFFALOREFLEX.COM - 2017-11-22 01:12:00

Roselle Park police union donates to families in need this Thanksgiving

Courtesy of Roselle Park PBA Local 27 Members of the Roselle Park PBA Local 27 drop off 12 turkeys at the Casano Community Center on Tuesday, Nov. 14. ROSELLE PARK, NJ - For the fifth straight year, the Roselle Park Patrolmen's Benevolent Association Local 27 donated turkeys to the Casano Community

UNIONNEWSDAILY.COM - 2017-11-23 14:23:15

Roselle, Linden pay $38K to settle police brutality claim

ROSELLE PARK -- Roselle and Linden last month agreed to pay a borough woman $38,000 to settle a lawsuit she filed alleging mistreatment at the hands of police four years ago. According to the suit, Elizabeth Drada and David Vega, whom she had since married, were singled out by security at the Centra

NJ.COM - 2017-11-21 22:33:33

Roselle Park Business Chamber Invites Community to Come Shoot "Hoops for Food"

ROSELLE PARK, NJ - If you like shooting hoops, then the Roselle Park Business Chamber has an event for you! The community is urged to come out to shoot "Hoops for Food" to help feed Roselle Park children. As a way of giving back to the community, the Roselle Park Business Chamber (RPBC) is holding