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TICONDEROGA | Fort Ticonderoga has been awarded $465,000 through a highly competitive grant program for restoration of a defensive stonework on the north side of the fort. Read more

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LEWIS | More than 200 residents attended the dedication last Saturday, Oct. 5, of Lewis Veterans Park, where names of military sons and daughters of Lewis are raised in bronze on plaques to honor their service in combat and in times of peace. Read more

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It is difficult to turn on the television or pick up a newspaper these days without hearing about “Man Made Global Warming.” It is certainly apparent that the weather is indeed turning against us in powerful ways but is it really “man-made?” Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The future of the Plattsburgh State Art Museum is in interdisciplinary cooperation, its new director says. Read more

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This Sept. 1 will mark 80 years since Hitler invaded Poland and started World War II. Three years later, he launched the Holocaust that murdered 6 million European Jews. Read more

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As another summer draws to an end and the days grow shorter, we try to squeeze in those summertime activities before the season changes, and we’ll soon find ourselves anxiously awaiting summer 2020. Read more

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A significant number of Americans are “on the fence” regarding whether climate change is truly a major, urgent threat to our country and our world, and whether it is caused primarily by human actions. Read more

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Seems Mr. Maddix of Plattsburgh was being disingenuous, intentionally or unintentionally, about the preamble to our Constitution. Allow me to give him a refresher course. Read more

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My constituents in the North Country are increasingly concerned about the cost of health care – and with good reason. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | Health departments in the North Country are urging everyone in the area to make sure they are vaccinated against measles, and if not, to get the immunization shot. The outbreak of measles was recently confirmed across the border... Read more

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As an actuary who spent most of my career in support of federal pension regulation, I am never comfortable with those who wish to use tax policy to turn much-needed pension provision into estate-building vehicles. Read more

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Memorial Day has come and gone, “D-Day” has come and gone. July 4 just went by. All those days are observed because they yielded us our freedoms, which are not free! Read more

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From New York to California, Iowa to Louisiana, high-profile shootings have robbed America of the men and women that have sworn to protect their communities. Read more

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I wonder at times if Americans have gotten too caught up in the current day hustle and bustle of life to reflect on what a great country we are privileged to call home. Read more

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On Wednesday, April 24, John Rassmusen and I traveled to Keeseville to Danny Kaifetz’s Adirondack Flagpoles Co. Read more

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Dan Alexander’s column in the Feb. 2 issue of The Sun brought back memories of an interview that Walter Cronkite had with Anwar Sadat. Read more

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In the beginning of this great experiment called the United States of America, it was not a partnership like a marriage or even business partners, but... Read more

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Has the competition between the parties caused such a divide that our government will fail to function as designed by the founders? Read more

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Fifty years ago, the United States made history when we became the first nation to send astronauts to orbit the moon Read more

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When will the progressive, socialist “debt deniers” wake up to the fact that America’s biggest threat to our existence is government spending, not climate change. Read more

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    The Champlain Valley Quilters Guild is hosting their 16th annual quilt show at the Plattsburgh State Field House on Sept. 30.