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Welcome to the online home of the Boonville Herald & Adirondack Tourist. The Herald, which traces its roots back to 1852, is a community newspaper with an excellant reputation.
We are members of the Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Central Adirondack Association, the New York State Snowmobile Association, and the New York State Press Association, among others.
Many of our readers grew up with the Herald, as did their parents and their parents before them. Many of our advertisers have been with the Herald for just as long.
We are glad you are here and hope you will come back often. We will be constantly adding to this site. In fact, if you have any suggestions on ways we can improve our site to better serve you, please let us know.
And if you are ever in the neighborhood, stop and say hello at the brick and mortar Herald. We are located on Schuyler Street in downtown Boonville, just down the street from the historic Hulbert House.

Sincerely,   Joe Kelly   Publisher
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Whiteout Causes School Bus Accident Late afternoon whiteout conditions last Monday, March 10, caused an accident that involved an Adirondack Central School bus, carrying 16 pupils, and several cars on route 26 in Ava.

In Their Own Words... Ken Stabb, who has worked at the Boonville Municipal Commissio for 23 years, has been superintendent there for 10 years. He is chairman of the Village Planning Board, a member of teh Kiwanis Club, and a member of the Covered Bridge Committee.

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