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In the past two years, we’ve seen an outpouring of hate, attempts at overt discrimination and attempted rollback of basic human rights protections at the federal level. more

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PLATTSBURGH | The Adirondack North Country Pride Parade returns next weekend. more

The Sun

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MIDDLEBURY | Last spring, 14 Middlebury College students representing nine faiths wrapped up a promising experiment as the first residents of the college’s new MOSAIC Interfaith House. more

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QUEENSBURY | Students attending schools in Bolton and Lake George saw uniformed and armed school resource officers (SROs) patrolling the hallways when they returned to classes this week. more

The Sun

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Race has always been a third rail in American politics. So let’s talk about it. more

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LAKE GEORGE | An economic development plan with a mission of boosting Lake George’s quality of life, jobs and cultural amenities has been adopted by the town board. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | Fliers advertising what appears to be a white nationalist group, “Patriot Front,” were posted in multiple places around the city this past week... more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | The Common Council has chided the Plattsburgh Farmer’s Market for their reluctance to accept new vendors, and has temporarily deferred renewing their authority to run the seasonal event. more

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PLATTSBURGH | The SUNY Plattsburgh Student Senate last Wednesday approved a vote of no confidence in three administrator’s abilities to do their jobs. more

The Sun

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PAUL SMITH'S | For the first time, Paul Smith’s College will be offering a women’s hockey program in the heart of the Adirondacks. more

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PLATTSBURGH | SUNY Plattsburgh’s Center for Community Engagement (CCE) is being put on hold next year due to budget cuts at the college, and students are upset about the potential loss of center director Julia Devine. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH | Rainbow flags will fly in downtown Plattsburgh next weekend. more

The Sun

Here we are. Graduation season, full of pomp and circumstance for departing high school graduates and their families. more

Editorials

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PLATTSBURGH — More than 50 students stood in SUNY Plattsburgh’s Amity Plaza last Tuesday to call attention to what they perceive to be an uptick in anti-Semetic activity on campus. more

The Sun

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KEENE — A Vietnam War veteran, a local herbalist and business owner, and a longtime Adirondack environmentalist all returned recently from wintry, wind-blown plains at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH — Arts education is about to get a little more fun. more

The Sun

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PLATTSBURGH — In honor of SUNY Plattsburgh’s Diversity Week, a group of local art lovers will stage two pop-up performances of the Pulitzer Prize winning play “Topdog/Underdog.” more

The Sun

SHELBURNE — Shelburne parents and family members attended the Nov. 16 Shelburne Community School Board meeting hoping to start a dialogue on diversity and equity, both controversial issues at the local school. more

The Vermont Eagle

After reading the article by Pete DeMola [“Diversity group tackles tough questions,” The Sun, Aug. 20 edition], I was appalled about his report of Alvin Codner visiting a Lake George establishment. more

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RUTLAND — Will Notte is using his role as senior bookseller at Phoenix Books in Rutland to educate residents about Syria and its people, following Mayor Christopher Louras’ controversial proposal to let up to 100 Syrian refugees settle in the city. more

The Vermont Eagle

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