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ELIZABETHTOWN | Dr. Lynn Kahn just wants her shot. more

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RUTLAND | Special town hall events for veterans and members of the community will take place in both Burlington and Rutland on Sunday, Nov. 4, at 1 p.m. more

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TICONDEROGA | There’s a good argument to be made that the first world war didn’t happen at the beginning of the 20th century, it in fact occurred more than 150 years earlier. more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | A hundred years ago, World War I was a contentious “sell” to people across the U.S. more

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SARANAC LAKE | For the fifth year, the memory of Paul McKay brought the local community together to reflect and show their appreciation to those veterans still searching for help. more

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I just wrote to U.S. Sen. Corey Gardner (R-Colorado). more

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ST. ALBANS | World War I – known at the time as “The Great War” - officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. more

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LEWIS | The Veteran’s Memorial park in Lewis is nearing construction’s end. more

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Of course Margaret is right (“Newcomers to the North Country?” published in the Sept. 23 edition). more

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CHESTERTOWN | If you scan the names on the veterans memorial wall in front of the Chester Town Hall, you might think there is a mistake because Jerome C. Meader Jr. is listed three times. more

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In a move that will further militarize police departments across the country while decreasing accountability, President Trump issued an executive order that strips away limits on weapons of war that the Defense Department can hand over to state ... more

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This 1864 photograph taken by George Houghton shows members of the 4th Vermont Regiment Band during the Civil War. more

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“There was not a single hint of a protester anywhere there during the whole time we were there,” said U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross (Saudi Arabia, May, 2017). more

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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. more

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Journalists are proud of their skills in being able to “freeze-frame” historical and other newsworthy moments either in print, online or through a camera lens. more

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TICONDEROGA – A new, behind-the-scenes evening program will show visitors previously off-limits areas of Fort Ticonderoga. more

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Is every major news story worthy of being beaten into the ground by over dramatization? more

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Those who choose to commit terror have been around since the beginning of time. more

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President Obama said Tuesday the United States will spend $90 million over the next three years to clear unexploded bombs dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War. more

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“It doesn’t take many people to create havoc,” says North Creek resident Suzanne La Rocque more

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