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Jeremiah S. Papineau

The North Country has a few more families that will stay warmer this winter, thanks to an effort organized by the Beekmantown High School SADD Club. more

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The news of the lives of four teenagers being cut tragically short last week received an overwhelming response from the North Country. more

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When Edie Morelock retired from her position as director of Mooers Free Library early last year, she knew she wanted to still be connected to the local reading scene in some shape or form. more

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The Four Fathers are at it again. more

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Well, there’s no other way to say this: I’m leaving. more

Opinions

Though Hill and Hollow Music has been out of the public eye for the past few years, that hasn’t meant the nonprofit organization has been resting on its laurels, says director Angela Brown. more

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Chazy Girl Scouts Troop 25 have shown their thanks to the men and women who have served and who continue to serve our country. more

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If you’ve ever heard there’s nothing to do in the village of Rouses Point, Geri Favreau wants you to know that’s definitely not the case — especially during the holidays. more

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The countdown until Christmas may be something that officially begins with many people after Thanksgiving, but the countdown to help underprivileged children in developing countries through one specific effort is one that is already under way. more

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The lives of four teenagers were lost following a motor vehicle accident during the early evening hours Nov. 15. more

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What started as a conversation between co-workers has turned into an effort to connect soldiers overseas with their friends and family back home. more

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Howard E. Jennings III has unveiled a new album and it’s one he couldn’t be happier with, he said. more

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When 46-year-old Diann (Moore) Gordon was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer earlier this year, it marked the first time in her immediate family that kind of diagnosis had been handed down, said Gordon’s sister, Gail Carter. more

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Carrie Favaro is once again hoping for the support of the community in helping her niece and children just like her. more

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It was the second time the North Country Lumber Jills faced the Twin City Riot and it was the second time they won. more

Sports

Today's the day! Plattsburgh City Beach will be invaded by hundreds of people braving freezing temperatures all in the name of supporting Special Olympics New York. more

Sports

Julieann Carter has been tracing family histories for friends and family for nearly three decades. more

The Sun

When 46-year-old Diann (Moore) Gordon was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer earlier this year, it marked the first time in her immediate family that kind of diagnosis had been handed down, said Gordon’s sister, Gail Carter. more

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  • Friends, family and some of those closest to the four teenagers who died a car accident last week came together for a candlelight vigil in Plattsburgh Barracks Veterans Park Nov. 16, just a day after the tragic event.

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    Friends, family and some of those closest to the four teenagers who died a car accident last week came together for a candlelight vigil in Plattsburgh Barracks Veterans Park Nov. 16, just a day after the tragic event.

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    Judy Belrose, left, and Bonnie Miller, members of the Elmore SPCA board of directors, examine the kennels installed in the shelter’s newly-renovated Telegraph Road location in the town of Peru. The shelter was moved to Arthur Road nearly four years ago because of a desperate need for renovations.

  • Judy Belrose, left, and Bonnie Miller, members of the Elmore SPCA board of directors, examine the kennels installed in the shelter’s newly-renovated Telegraph Road location in the town of Peru. The shelter was moved to Arthur Road nearly four years ago because of a desperate need for renovations.

  • The Beekmantown High School SADD Club, led by advisor Jennifer S. Duffy, second from right, looks over donations of winter clothing brough to the school. Duffy was joined, from left, by Bradley Cech, Chelsea Benway, Kellie Manor and Jess Huber.

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    The Beekmantown High School SADD Club, led by advisor Jennifer S. Duffy, second from right, looks over donations of winter clothing brough to the school. Duffy was joined, from left, by Bradley Cech, Chelsea Benway, Kellie Manor and Jess Huber.

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