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Getting Holiday Crafty

November 22, 2015 With the holidays just around the corner, creating the perfect gift for a friend or loved one can be fun and personal while not breaking the ban. more »»

Chariot of Love

November 8, 2015 GALWAY — The Evans family’s summer vacation this year seemed, on paper, much like any young family’s cross-country summer vacation. more »»

It’s A Wrap

November 1, 2015 JOHNSTOWN — While the producers would like to keep it on the wraps, the buzz around town is the presence of celebrities, most notably, Johnny Knoxville of “Jackass,” and a movie-in-the-makin. more »»

And The Winner Is...

October 25, 2015 St. johnsville — The energy is infectious as the students filter into the auditorium at Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Junior/Senior Hig. more »»

Garden Textures

August 23, 2015 If your garden is missing something, perhaps it’s height. While it’s too late to plant tall-growing delphiniums or hollyhocks, you can achieve this same vertical interest with a garden towe. more »»

Candidate hopefuls look for healthy food options

August 23, 2015 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Scott Walker is counting steps on his FitBit. Jeb Bush swears by the Paleo diet. Bobby Jindal is a “gym rat. more »»

Need healthy, grill-ready treats? You need grilled plantains

August 23, 2015 In the summer, we eat outside nearly every day. Which translates into three months of meals to cook on the grill; more if you live in San Diego, like we do. more »»

Along the waterfront

July 12, 2015 By CHARLIE KRAEBEL The Leader-Herald With the bicentennial of the Erie Canal 10 years away, New York state leaders are going back in time to fulfill a goal of making the waterway better for... more »»

Taking a stand

July 5, 2015 By CHARLIE KRAEBEL The Leader-Herald A Gloversville-born woman is taking a stand against fossil fuels, and she’s doing it through her art. more »»

Uncertain Future

June 28, 2015 The future is uncertain for a piece of Broadalbin’s past. The former rectory of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church — which was also the summer home of author Robert W. more »»

New mystery set at Nine Corners Lake

June 28, 2015 CAROGA LAKE — Local author Richard H. Nilsen has published a murder-mystery set near a popular local hiking trail. more »»

Pricing the priceless

June 20, 2015 By CHARLIE KRAEBEL The Leader-Herald JOHNSTOWN — That old family heirloom collecting dust in an attic or a tchotchke nestled away on a bookshelf may be worth more than you thin. more »»

Taking a Shot

May 10, 2015 Gabriella Ashbey grinned widely after shooting practice with her twin sister, McKenzie; older brother, Brandon; and mother, Patricia; at their home in Bleecker recently. more »»

Searching for Hope

May 3, 2015 Heidi Sprouse’s fifth novel, “Adirondack Sundown,” is intrinsically tied to the local area. more »»

The Right Note

April 12, 2015 GLOVERSVILLE — It’s been about five or six years since Rick Bedrosian, bassist and vocalist for upstate-based Irish rock band Hair of the Dog and a self-proclaimed history buff, last performed in th... more »»

Future Farmers, Future Leaders

March 29, 2015 ST. JOHNSVILLE — Prior to joining the Mohawk Valley FFA, Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville High School senior Kait Isaac had never thought of a career in agriculture before. more »»

A Burr in Time

March 22, 2015 Madeline Burr, 91, has been fascinated with her last name ever since she married Wallace Edward Burr of Gloversville in 1948. But for many years, she didn’t have time to investigate its history. more »»

Uncharted Airspace

March 1, 2015 The Blade 350QX quad copter was in the air for only a few minutes Wednesday at the Lazy Eight R/C Club’s field on Knoblauch Road in Johnstown. more »»

More Than Just a Pretty Face

February 22, 2015 Courtney Sheridan comes from a pageant family. The 23-year-old Fort Plain native competed in her first beauty pageant, the Miss Fonda Fair pageant, at age 10. more »»

The Laughter Returns

February 15, 2015 The laughs are back in Fulton County. About three years ago, when Pat Dabiere of Amsterdam started his standup comedy career, he would travel to Albany to attend comedy shows and open mic nights. more »»

Changing History

February 1, 2015 When Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a young girl growing up in Johnstown, the widow Flora Campbell visited Stanton’s father, Judge Daniel Cady, looking for legal advice. more »»



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