PLATTSBURGH | Adirondack Voters for Change will be presenting the film “I Am Rohingya: A Genocide in Four Acts” at three different venues on three consecutive dates: it will be shown on Sunday, Oct. 20... Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The number of refugees crossing into Canada at Roxham Road in Champlain is declining. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The intricacies of religion, current events and how both intertwine will be the focus of an upcoming lecture on campus at SUNY Plattsburgh next week. Read more

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RUTLAND — A former state legislator and city alderman president, Rutland Mayor David Allaire is a fiscally-minded Republican who seeks to jump start the Rutland County shire town of 16,500. Read more

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MIDDLEBURY — Each year, students from around the world apply for scholarships under the World Heritage Student Exchange Program that allow them to live and study in the United States. Read more

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At the suggestion of a friend, I recently viewed a video on YouTube — “Three Stages of Jihad: Stealth, Defensive, Offensive” — produced by Answering Muslims: The Islamoblog of Acts 17 Apologetics. Read more

Letters to the Editor

BRISTOL — Four Vermont Muslim teen slam poets who call themselves “Muslim Girls Making Change” will share their experiences at a One World Library Project program in Bristol this month. Read more

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-Willsboro) has joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers seeking to combat climate change. Read more

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GLENS FALLS — With just a week until voters head to the polls, candidates for New York’s 21st Congressional District are engaging in a madcap dash to the finish line. Read more

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Thank you for printing the photograph of Bernie Sanders with the Khan family (Vermont Eagle, July 11, page 1). Read more

Letters to the Editor

Bill Bendel’s letter criticizing your editorial on Muslim refugees (March 26 edition) contained gross inaccuracies, all easily verifiable with an online search. Read more

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Your editorial of March 12 in regard to taking in Syrian refugees in the Adirondack Park, asks “How we can open ourselves up to refugees in a hostile political environment?” Read more

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I respect Ms. Dixon for stating her opinion regarding the cartoon depicting a Muslim woman as a human bomb but I feel that she has misunderstood the intent of the cartoon. Read more

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To start off, I have to make it clear I am not and never have been a fan of the Donald. Read more

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In a surpassing feat of ineptitude, The Sun has managed to publish a cartoon that cannot help but deeply offend most women (The Sun, Dec. 12, 2015). Read more

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The United States of America was built on the basic concept of providing fair and equitable treatment for her citizens. Read more

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Like everyone else, we’re struggling to understand this rash of violence at home and abroad. The nature of these attacks is hard to stomach and it’s difficult to understand what’s driving them. Read more