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Clarification to What if no one came

During the first week of April, a Letter to the Editor was printed by various news media.

It's time to dine! Local eateries to donate to HIV/AIDS cause

Dining Out for Life takes place in three North Country restaurants

The North Country's own Blue Collar Bistro, Aleka's Restaurant and Livingood's Restaurant & Brewery will be participating in annual state-wide dining out event.

TnT 'Tony and Trevor' Tournament to be held in Plattsburgh

At the rugby field, remembrance plaques and trees have been planted to remember Anthony "Tony" Santandrea and Trevor Green, rugby players who died while students of SUNY Plattsburgh.

Turning a new PAGE in Burkina Faso

A local group is working to bring awareness to illiteracy and meet the education needs of students in Africa.

Lincoln's Avengers highlight history tour in Saranac

Jan Couture, the Town of Saranac historian, will host the History of Saranac Tour April 26 in commemoration of five Saranac residents who helped capture John Wilkes Booth.

The Most of the Coast: Plattsburgh market seeking vendors

The City of Plattsburgh is looking for a variety of vendors to participate in their first ever market day event, The Most of the Coast, this May.

'Burghy Bucks' encourage students to give at Plattsburgh

A new student-run awareness campaign at SUNY Plattsburgh will use free "Burghy Bucks" to determine which college program will receive a $5,000 gift from an alumnus.

Oil Train Task Force pushes for railroad safety

The Clinton County Oil Train Task Force say they are striving to safeguard citizens from oil and hazardous materials transported through Clinton County.

InterLakes Health has disdain for dental office

Most of you are familiar with the story of Ticonderoga Dental.

Waiting for ice out to turn the trout on! | Notes from the North Woods

It appears the long, hard, Adirondack winter may finally be coming to a conclusion, and while many local anglers are still hauling around their ice fishing gear, it’s time to get out your trout gear as the annual “ice out” grows near.

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Letter from your Congresswoman: 100 day report

When I ran for Congress, I pledged to work my hardest on behalf of New York’s 21st District in Washington. Now that I am 100 days into office, I am happy to report that we have hit the ground running on your behalf.

Misinforming the public

In his April 11 Publisher’s Column, Dan Alexander stated that he “was always taught the truth was the easiest information to provide as it requires nothing but the simple facts.”

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Gibson Brothers to receive SUNY honorary fine arts degrees

Renowned bluegrass musicians and SUNY Plattsburgh alumni Eric and Leigh Gibson, known as the Gibson Brothers, will be honored at the college’s spring 2015 commencement Saturday, May 16 with honorary doctorate degrees in fine arts.

Fair should serve up a little liquid gold | Editorial

Essex County lawmakers have signed off on the sale of alcohol at this year’s county fair.

Music has charms | Little Bits

I don’t know about you, but a lot of things remind me of song titles or lyrics.

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Lily and Hootie | Elmore SPCA

Come adopt us!

Anti-smoking ads do make a difference

Is anyone else disturbed by the Tips From a Former Smoker ads on TV?

New endowment established at Adirondack Land Trust

The Adirondack Land Trust is delighted to announce that the F. M. Kirby Foundation has made a $2 million commitment to help fund perpetual care of working farms and forests under conservation easements.

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Weird weather a nailbiter for local farmers

Conventional wisdom says it has been a brutal winter here in the North Country. How has this affected local farmers?

Essex Community Fund accepting grant applications

The Essex Community Fund (ECF) is now accepting applications for 2015 grants.

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