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Stephen Bartlett

Editor, The Burgh, North Countryman
518-873-6368 Ext: 102

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Impact of former librarian remembered at PSUC

Phyllis Wells passed away at 82 roughly a year ago.

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Regional health care under the knife

It’s no longer about tweaking the health care system, says Chandler Ralph, President and CEO of Adirondack Health.

Cherish what’s most important

Someone said, in the wake of the horrific tragedy that claimed the lives of 26 individuals in Newton, Connecticut, 20 of them children, that the families had likely already purchased Christmas gifts for the deceased.

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Wreaths remember the fallen

They gathered at the Old Post Cemetery in Plattsburgh as part of Wreaths Across America, a coordinated, nationwide event at military cemeteries across the United States.

Area businesses host free clothing event

Area business people got together and held a free clothing event at the North Country Co-op.

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Candlelight vigil held in wake of tragedy

Mary Alice Shemo of People for Positive Action organized a candlelight vigil in Trinity Park in Plattsburgh in response to the senseless tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut.

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Area colleges host graduate ceremonies

Roughly 500 graduated at Plattsburgh State’s annual winter commencement ceremony.

Anthrax scare at Senior Citizens Center

The anthrax came in the mail, immediately exposing several senior citizens. The community flooded the Clinton County Health Department’s medication site, where staff were expected to process at least 50 individuals every 15 minutes. The drill went better than expected.

Allegiant Air begins new service to Punta Gorda Airport in February

Allegiant Air is offering new, nonstop jet service between Plattsburgh and Fort Meyers/Punta Gorda, via Punta Gorda Airport, beginning Feb. 23.

Meth lab discovered in Altona

While one man sat with the children in a home in Altona, police pulled over a woman for speeding. They found drugs in the car and eventually discovered a meth lab in the home the children lived in.

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