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PERU | Plans are in place for $4.6 million in upgrades that include two new pumping stations and about 11,000 feet of new lines across parts of the town. But 44 home and business owners could potentially act as a roadblock. Read more

The Sun

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TICONDEROGA | America’s West Coast long ago figured out that offices are overrated. Employees are just as productive, or even more so when they work from their home or on the road. The East Coast isn’t quite there yet. Read more

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To the Editor: It has been two years since I spoke with Ti Supervisor about properties with junk cars, trailers and all sorts of debris. Joe assured me they were trying to enforce regulations but there were legal concerns they were working on. Read more

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MORIAH | On Tuesday, residents of Moriah Central School District approved the school’s proposed $14.9 million slate of capital repair and building projects. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | The City of Plattsburgh’s Farmers and Crafters Market will have a new home on Green Street. The building, which has been set on for a while now, recently passed its environmental review following asbestos removal. Read more

The Sun

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PORT HENRY | As the iron industry faded, the Witherbee Sherman & Co, headquarters was ceded to the Town of Moriah, which today uses it as its town hall, which by law must be accessible to its citizens. Read more

The Sun

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The grass has risen… The music furnished by the Warrensburgh band for the Memorial Day exercises was excellent and was the subject of much favorite comment. The band plans many open-air concerts for this coming summer. Read more

Community Columnists

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PLATTSBURGH | For the last time in his tenure as SUNY Plattsburgh president, Dr. John Ettling will shake the hands of nearly 1,000 students eligible to graduate at the college’s annual spring commencement Saturday, May 18. Read more

The Sun

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While engaged in slating the roof of Miss May Hurley’s house on Elm Street, Warrensburgh, George Hill, 70, fell from a ladder on Wednesday afternoon, May 5, 1919, and was painfully injured. Read more

Community Columnists

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Even though I live on a modern asphalt road in Addison County, I can say that less than a mile away is a 19th-century dirt road that is a mess not only during “mud season” but a good part of the year when it rains—which is pretty darn often... Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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The body of Frank Fuller, of Wells, who was drowned while breaking up a log jam in the Jessup River at Speculator on April 9, 1919, was found on April 13 by Charles Harrington. Read more

Community Columnists

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I’m a hiker and while spring is the time to emerge from Vermont winter’s cocoon, it’s not quite ready for us primetime players, hikers that is. Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Spring has finally knocked on our door. Gazing out my window I see the last remnants of snow — patches of white in the woods and in the lower pasture. Read more

Community Columnists

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This past winter might have possibly been a lot worse, but it is hard indeed to imagine just how much longer and harder it could possibly have been. Read more

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Section VII has two boys and one girls lacrosse team playing in Section X this season Read more

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When the wait for spring gets you down, would the scent of lemon blossoms lift your mood? Read more

The Vermont Eagle

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Did you know that March is a good time to get your dog or cat fixed? That’s right, you want to make sure they get fixed before they get that spring “itch.” Read more

Community Columnists

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Another winter storm is in the forecast for this week — and you’ll probably be dealing with its aftermath as you read this week’s issue — but fear not, springtime is coming just as surely as the sun rises. Read more

Editorials

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Here we go again. You turn on the evening news and it’s the same old story told every winter and early spring after a thaw or rain event. Read more

Community Columnists

I know what you’re thinking. We aren’t out of the woods just yet. Read more

Guest Columnists

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