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Corinth man pleads guilty to burglary

BALLSTON SPA - A three-time felon from Corinth pleaded guilty Wednesday to a felony for breaking into a building in Milton earlier this year. Donald J. Koenig III, 46, of county Route 24, pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary for an Oct. 4 break-in that resulted in the theft of nearly $2,000 worth

POST-STAR - 2017-11-23 11:18:00

Candlelight vigil held for family that died in fire in Corinth

corinthvigil.PNG CORINTH -- Dozens of friends and family gathered outside the home on Main Street in Corinth where Tonya Slimmer and her daughter Briaunna died in a fire on Monday. Officials say they died from smoke inhalation. They lit candles and said prayers in unison for the family. People also

WRGB - 2017-11-22 19:55:33

Person who started Corinth may never be known, services scheduled

CORINTH - Corinth Fire Chief Andy Kelley clarified statements made on Tuesday about the origin of the fire that killed a mother and daughter. According to the preliminary documents by state and county fire investigators, the fire started in the bedroom of the elementary school-age children and is li

POST-STAR - 2017-11-22 21:35:00

Police: 8-year-old girl seriously hurt in hit-and-run crash

HARTFORD - An 8-year-old girl was seriously hurt in a car crash early Wednesday on county Route 17 when her father allowed her to take the wheel and the car careened into an embankment, police said. The child was taken to Albany Medical Center for treatment of broken bones and a possible punctured l

POST-STAR - 2017-11-22 22:30:00

Shop, rest, repeat: Black Friday tradition continues

QUEENSBURY - Brandi Michal took her lunch break at 6:15 a.m. Friday. The Carter's outlet employee started working at midnight Friday and took her "lunch break" to visit sister store OshKosh B'gosh and do some Christmas shopping for her 8-year-old daughter. "It ruins Thanksgiving," Michal said. "Hone

POST-STAR - 2017-11-24 16:15:00

Letter to the editor: Published cartoon hit a new low

How dare you use a cartoon depicting the nativity scene (nativity cartoon, Nov. 17) as a backdrop for your filthy politics. You should be ashamed of yourself. I am sure your mother would be proud of you. I have an idea. Try using a menorah or the Prophet Mohammed for your next cartoon and see what k

POST-STAR - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Letter to the editor: Family, national economics differ

The Post-Star, after behaving gallantly about Trump and the Queensbury Republicans as the tip of a corrupt iceberg, seems to have retreated with a guest editorial "Republicans are only hope to shrink deficit." What nonsense! Nonsense in either microeconomics or macroeconomics. At the microeconomic l

POST-STAR - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Holiday, Toys for Tots trains rolling this way

Two holiday trains are on track to visit the region in the next 10 days. The 19th annual Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, an entertainment-oriented train, which also brings gifts and other items, will make two stops in the area, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Saratoga Springs and at 12:35 p.m. Monday at the

POST-STAR - 2017-11-23 17:02:00

Tinsel Trail 2017 kicks off November 24 with official tree lighting

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - The official tree lighting of Tinsel Trail is tomorrow night! People at Big Spring Park were making their final decorating touches today. Each tree has its own unique style. "Our cowboy hat just throws off our Texas theme. You have our little bandanas, it's part of our uniform at

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-23 23:45:41

Sitka hikers wrap up epic, six-year Baranof Island trek

A pair of Sitka adventurers has just wrapped up a six-year odyssey in their own backyard. Eric Speck and Dan Evans are likely the first people to walk the length of Baranof Island, north-to-south. They did the trip in segments - hiking a total of 32 days - through some of the most rugged terrain on

KTOO.ORG - 2017-11-23 23:00:34

Juneau Assembly to expand controversial mining panel

The Juneau Assembly's three-member subcommittee tasked with overhauling the city's mining ordinance is adding four new members. At least 10 applicants put their names forward this month for four open seats, two from the city's planning commission and two from the general public. The proposed appoint

KTOO.ORG - 2017-11-22 18:35:16

Juneau Assembly pushes RecycleWorks expansion

The City and Borough of Juneau is moving towards a plan to consolidate its recycling operations on a 5.4-acre site in the Lemon Creek area. (Image courtesy City and Borough of Juneau) A complex project to consolidate the city's recycling center and add a composting operation has moved a step closer


Juneau police probe death at Rainforest Recovery Center

(Photo by Heather Bryant/KTOO) Authorities are investigating the death of an intoxicated man who died after being admitted to Rainforest Recovery Center to sober up. Juneau police said in a release that Steven Jay West, 57 was visibly intoxicated in the downtown area around 1:30 p.m. Sunday. He was


Some of Southeast's recycling is headed to the landfill

Sitka's recycling center has separate bins for different reusable materials. But its mixed paper containers are gone, due to new restrictions tied to import rules in China. (Photo by Robert Woolsey/KCAW) Much of the cardboard, plastic bottles and other items recycled in Alaska end up in China. The E

KTOO.ORG - 2017-11-22 21:39:39

Disputed June incident heightens sexual harassment concerns in Capitol

State Sen. David Wilson, R-Wasilla, addresses his colleagues in the Senate on June 16. A disputed incident outside of the House speaker's chambers that involved Wilson has heightened concerns about sexual harassment in the Capitol. (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh/KTOO) The Legislative Council voted Tuesday t

KTOO.ORG - 2017-11-23 03:05:53

New vendors bring variety, fresh energy to annual holiday markets

For designer and illustrator Michaela Goade, this weekend's Public Market offers a chance for her to take her art to a wider audience. It also gives Goade, who was raised in Juneau, the chance to participate in the annual event she loved as a child. "I think the little kid in me is going to be prett

JUNEAU EMPIRE - 2017-11-22 23:59:59

Haines Assembly to university: timber sale would go against local code

The Chilkat Peninsula is home to many residential properties. Right now, residents walk or boat across the bay to access the properties. (Photo by Abbey Collins/KHNS) The Haines Assembly is pushing back on a proposed timber sale on the Chilkat Peninsula. The University of Alaska is offering up 400 a

KTOO.ORG - 2017-11-22 20:37:50

Bill angst: School officials troubled by concealed weapon package

With apologies to Elizabeth Barrett Browning and in reaction to the Michigan Senate's passing of legislation allowing concealed weapons in schools, school officals like Plymouth-Canton Superintendent Monica Merritt are saying, "How do I not love thee, let me count the ways." The bills they don't lov

HOMETOWNLIFE.COM - 2017-11-24 12:09:07

For many, Black Friday shopping starts early

NOVI, Mich. - Holiday shoppers started lining up outside Toys "R" Us in Novi hours before doors opened on Thanksgiving. "The lady in front of us -- we saw her last year," shopper Josh Chin said. "It was kind of funny." For many, Black Friday shopping started early. And with all the tempting deals

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-11-24 04:12:46

Review: Melissa Leo schools young nuns in 'Novitiate'

With Margaret Betts' blistering debut, Academy Award-winner Leo could earn herself another invite to the Oscars A group of nuns-to-be get the schooling of a lifetime in "Novitiate," a harsh, searing religious drama which revolves around a hellfire performance from a volcanic Melissa Leo. Leo's not t

DETROIT NEWS - 2017-11-24 05:09:35