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Keith Lobdell

South Bureau Editor
518-585-9173 Ext: 111

Keith Lobdell returned to the Valley News in December of 2010 after spending four years as a reporter with the Whitehall Times. Lobdell previously worked at Denton Publications from 2000-2004. He lives in Westport with his wife and three children.

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Ticonderoga looks to future of town-owned buildings

An architectural review of town-owned buildings is nearing completion, and officials will soon start looking to prioritize the needs at each location.

Schroon Lake sharp-shooters show well at state meet

10 qualify for national event; fundraisers set for trip costs

Students at Schroon Lake Central School are learning to hit the mark, and are doing it well.

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Ticonderoga school board approves $7.3 million bond referendum

The Ticonderoga Central School District Board of Education voted unanimously to let district voters decide on a new capital improvement project to address several issues on its campuses.

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Ticonderoga students moved by North Country Honor Flight visit

The stories and experiences of “the greatest generation” brought a hush over the nearly 300 students at Ticonderoga High School March 26.

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The new face of the Ti PD: Tusko welcomed to the force

Genier, a member of the Ticonderoga Police Department, was paired with her new canine companion, a pure-breed German Shepherd named Tusko, at the Shallow Creek Kennel in Middlesex, Penn.

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Ticonderoga Kiwanis prep for annual Easter Egg Hunt

The fields of Bicentennial Park will hopefully be covered with chocolate and all other sorts of candy Saturday, April 4, as the Kiwanis Club holds it annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m.

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Dentistry in peril

MLH to no longer offer dental clinic, looking for alternative

Moses Ludington Hospital is getting out of the dentistry business, but hopes to strike a partnership allowing for continuing services on site.

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From the Islands to the North Country

Hawaiian students visit local school as part of CFES exchange program

On a day when wind chill made the outside temperature feel below zero, six students from Hawaii made their way around the North Country and through the halls of Crown Point Central School.

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Moriah’s Jonathan Gibbs runner up at regional spelling bee

Moriah Central School eighth grader Jonathan Gibbs made it through the opening rounds of the regional Scripp’s Spelling Bee March 13, watching as others were eliminated through the opening rounds.

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Crown Point seeking final water district surveys

Crown Point officials are looking to complete the water district income survey which has been taking place over the past several months. To do so, they need at least 95 percent of the system users to fill out an income survey.

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