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Recently, a fire alarm was triggered in our facility. 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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For the past several years, I’ve focused both my financial donations and volunteer efforts almost exclusively on the United Way for one reason: results. Read more

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I take issue with the letter from Terry K. Hurlburt in your current issue of The Sun. Read more

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I read your opinion on “Love ‘em or hate ‘em” in the Dec. 29 issue. You’ve pointed out all the problems of the country and even the source of our problem, hatred. Where does this hatred come from? Read more

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For months, immigration has preoccupied the nation. Read more

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First, thank you all for your willingness to serve your constituents and all Vermonters. Read more

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January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and the Cancer Services Program (CSP) of Northeastern NY wants to raise awareness that there are two ways to prevent cervical cancer. Read more

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Rutland County State Sen. Brian P. Collamore, in an article, “A new session in Montpelier: Part two” in the Dec. 22 issue of the Vermont (Addison) Eagle newspaper, lamented how the Republicans lost in the state and in Rutland county and speculated... Read more

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Mary Lamphear’s Dec. 29 letter to the editor concerning the Minerva-Newcomb sports program may have left your readers with the sense that the administration and school board of Minerva Central School are a group of selfish monsters... Read more

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As we start the new year, I want to wish everyone a safe and happy 2019. Read more

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I would like to respond to Luke Dailey’s letter to the editor in the Dec. 8 issue of The Sun. Read more

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In order to gain “prestige” and to maintain “intellectual integrity,” should you just print only the “accepted” point of view of the anointed few as Bedell suggests? Read more

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My child in her senior year is always sitting on the bench when playing basketball. Read more

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I am continually disappointed by this newspaper’s reference to girls sports teams as the “lady” version of their team mascot, while their male counterparts receive no such gender distinction. Read more

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With the glow of Christmas barely behind us, we look forward to the new year and the customary New Year’s resolutions: Reduce social media, reduce weight and this year, reduce animal food consumption. 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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As a parent in the Plattsburgh School District, I am challenging the entire school board and administration to gather at the Ted K Center and walk to the high school. Read more

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The angry and undocumented claims about climate change in the letter of last week seem as willfully blind and as tragically arrogant as those of President Trump. Read more

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Many writers have noted that the electoral college has recently functioned as a formality. But the founding fathers did not intend it as a formality, and treating it as such now puts our country at grave risk. Read more

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The nonprofit sector is vital to the economic health of our communities. A 2013 report, conducted by Adirondack Foundation and the Adirondack Nonprofit Network. Read more

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Thank you for your informative articles in the potential ELCS-WCS merger in the Dec. 10 edition of the Sun. Read more

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In regards to the merger discussions between WCS and ELCS, we are looking at a solution to treat the symptom of the disease. Read more

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The Schroon Lake Lions Club has been offering free eye screenings for pre-K and kindergarten children in local elementary schools for the past several years. Read more

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The 2017 United Way of the Adirondack Region campaign has launched with an ambitious goal of $725,000. Read more

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No other team, high school or otherwise, has won eight of their 10 games on the road. This team had one home game win. Read more

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1. Democrats fought for Social Security Read more

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Surprise and confusion have been expressed about the number of white voters for Donald Trump. Read more

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No school is perfect, but before you slam someone or something get the facts right. Read more

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  • The Moriah Volunteer Fire Department recently presented a chack to the food pantry. Pictured are James Michener, George Harrington, Rick Maye, Jolene Yelle, Mike Beveridge, Brian Glebus, Gary Rancour, William Petro III, Joanne Podres, Brian Collupy, Suzanne Morse and Rich Redman.

  • Vermont attorney Jack McMullen (right) and family on a river cruise in Vietnam.

  • Pictured here are members of the Keene Valley Fire Department. Front row: Beth Pelkey, Greg Pelkey, Ian Hall, Lisa Hudson and Ryan Hall. Back row: Ron Hall, Lance LeClair (Keene FD), Bill Harral, Patrick Odell, Doug Downs and Wayne Hudson.

  • Ebola is a deadly and dreaded disease that is ravaging West Africa, a part of the world that has far too little in the way of modern health care and public health infrastructure. (U.S. CDC image of highly magnified ebola virus)

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    A recent Vermont Council on Rural Development-Vergennes Taskforce meeting.

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