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PLATTSBURGH | What makes any one person a survivor? Is there a characteristic, an idiosyncrasy, that might lend itself to survival through one of history’s most horrific campaigns of mass genocide? Read more

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TICONDEROGA | Benjamin Hall might have wanted to quit while he was ahead. Born in Elizabethtown, he watched the growing storm clouds at the onset of the American Civil War, and when fighting broke out in 1861, he was among the first in line to serve. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE — This year’s P.O.W./M.I.A. Remembrance ceremony atop Prospect Mountain June 4 was a poignant occasion for Kim Galusha Ross of Warrensburg and her siblings. Read more

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LAKE GEORGE — With an aura of patriotism, the 48th annual service atop Prospect Mountain to honor U.S. soldiers missing in action and prisoners of war is to be held at 1 p.m. Sunday June 4, and all are invited to participate. Read more

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With Memorial Day coming up, we will remember the fallen, but many of us will also honor Vermont’s returned service members from World War II to the War Against Terror. These men and women are among the more than 22 million living American veterans. Read more