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PLATTSBURGH | Throughout the Town of Plattsburgh, banners are proudly displayed along the sides of roads, specifically Smithfield Boulevard, Plaza Boulevard and on the Route 3-22B split from Hammond Lane. Read more

The Sun


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PORT HENRY | LeRoy Vanderhoof served in the Navy during World War II, and was a signalman aboard the amphibious LSMR-190 during the battle of Okinawa on May 4, 1945. Read more

The Sun

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RUTLAND | When Cold War-era U.S. Navy veteran Donald McColgan, a resident of Rutland County, turned to the Veterans Administration Hospital in White River Junction for help with an extreme dental problem... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

Pearl Harbor Day has come and gone again, and it is my hope that we, as a peace seeking nation, will take it upon ourselves to meditate for a few moments in honor of... Read more

Letters to the Editor


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ELIZABETHTOWN | A group of 16 veterans residing at Essex Center, the elder care home here, were presented with an American flag flown over the U.S. Capitol. Read more

The Sun


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MONTPELIER | It was a proud moment at the Vermont State Capitol last Thursday when Gov. Phil Scott met with the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Gloria Valdez. Read more

The Vermont Eagle


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MIDDLEBURY | Middlebury resident  John Clagett died in 2013 but he is still remembered as one of Vermont’s most highly decorated U.S. Navy veterans. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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VERGENNES — Among America’s top shipbuilders, Adam and Noah Brown of New York City were ordered by the U.S. Government to travel Vermont in early 1814 to build a small fleet of fighting ships to be used against the British on Lake Champlain. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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IRONVILLE – A walking tour of the Crown Point Iron Company ruins will be hosted by the Adirondack History Museum. Read more

The Sun


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CHAMPLAIN — A 2008 Northern Clinton Central High School graduate and Champlain native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world’s most advanced ballistic missile submarines, USS Wyoming. Read more

The Sun

As we approach the annual holiday season, it’s not only a good time for giving thanks but it’s also a good to give something back to those who ensure our nation’s freedom. Read more



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CHESTERTOWN — Paying solemn respects to those who’ve served their nation in the military, hundreds of people gathered Nov. 12 in front of the Chester Town Hall to participate in the town’s annual Veterans Day ceremony. Read more

The Sun


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WILLSBORO — Attendees of the town’s long-running Veterans Day Dinner received an intimate glimpse at American military operations abroad on Friday when they received a briefing from a top-ranking military official. Read more

The Sun


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SANTA RITA, Guam — A 1989 Long Lake Central High School graduate and Long Lake native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of the staff of Submarine Squadron 15. Read more

The Sun

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GREAT LAKES, ILLINOIS – Matthew Thomas Sherman, a Westport Central School graduate of the Class of 2015 participated in the U.S. Navy Recruit Graduation. Read more

The Sun

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WARRENSBURG —In a new twist to an age-old local community tradition, vintage military vehicles and equipment were highlighted in this year’s edition of the Warrensburg Memorial Day parade. Read more

The Sun

Retired engineer Paul Crossman of Rutland, Vt., has always been interested in law and order. Read more

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