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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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Seniors ready to shine!

Local grads to walk the aisle this weekend

This weekend will mark the culmination of a 13 (or 14, if there was pre-kindergarten) year journey for local high school students.

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PAC wrestling event at North Hudson campsite raises funds for autism

Performance Art Connection, a non-profit organization based in Moriah that specializes in action wrestling shows to support the various needs of their local communities, joined with the campsite to put on the event as a fundraiser for the Upstate Autism Alliance based out of Glens Falls.

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Ticonderoga High seniors shine at annual project day

Annually, the senior students participate in senior projects, working throughout the school year on a project they have a passion for.

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Garcia throws hat in ring for Supreme Court

One of four candidates seeking Fourth District judgeship

 The Former District Attorney of Essex County has put her hat back into the political ring, announcing a run for state Supreme Court.

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Palmer brought before judge

CO's attorney: 'I'm shocked by charges'

Clinton Correctional Facility officer Gene Palmer has officially been charged in connection with the escape of two inmates for the maximum security prison almost three weeks ago.

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Ticonderoga to honor veterans as part of Best Fourth in the North

The committee overseeing the annual events, scheduled from July 1 until Independence Day, July 4, will honor veterans as the grand marshals.

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Powerlifter with Ticonderoga connections world champ

A powerlifter who started his love of training in the Ticonderoga area recently was crowned as the world champion in Salo, Finland.

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Ticonderoga teens complete family Eagle Scout legacy

Ian, Connor Lawrie join older brothers in earning Scouting’s highest rank

While the quartet of Lawrie brothers will all have the same impressive accomplishment on their resume, the youngest believes he will still have bragging rights.

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Ti car chase ends in manhunt, apparent suicide

Incident not part of “other” manhunt in area

A car chase which turned into a manhunt ended with the discovery of a body in the early morning hours of June 18.

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Mitchell gave escaped inmates hacksaw, chisels

According to a criminal complaint, Joyce Mitchell “knowingly and unlawfully” brought contraband and tools to Richard Matt and David Sweat “on or about” May 1.

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