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Shaun Kittle

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Cuomo touts Tax Free NY

Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited Plattsburgh State University College on Thursday, May 30 to tout his new “Tax Free NY” program.

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ORDA looking forward to winter season

The state Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) is looking forward to a lucrative winter season.

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Trail review: A new path up an old favorite

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The first time I set out to hike Jay Mountain a few years ago I remember thinking that if it hadn’t been for the cars parked along the shoulder of the road, I would have driven right past the beginning of the unmarked, unmaintained trail.

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High Peaks Hospice helps people cope with death and dying

Hospice care isn’t about giving up, it’s about making a decision—a decision that can define how the final days of a person’s life will be lived. 

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Local businesses begin accepting Adirondack Bucks

Anna Busser thinks the key to the survival of the United States is found in small communities.

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The winter creep at Point au Roche

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Winter comes with little warning in the North Country.

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Stec takes 114th Assembly district

Daniel Stec (R) beat Dennis Tarantino (D), accumulating 27,644 votes to Tarantino’s 20,340, in the race for the 114th Assembly District.

Two run for Stony Creek Town Board seat

Two candidates are vying to fill an empty seat on the Stony Creek Town Board. John Thomas and John F. O’Neill are running for a seat last held by William Liebl, who retired in June due to health issues after serving on the Stony Creek Town Board for almost two decades.

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Little runs unopposed in 45th District

District drops Hamilton County, adds parts of others

Betty Little (R-Queensbury) is running unopposed for the state’s new 45th Senate District this fall and is seeking a sixth term.

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Coming of age

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When 2-year-old Danika Parent was faced with a 50-foot-high waterfall, she turned to the stone wall behind her and began inspecting a tiny rock fern, common polypody, that was growing from a crack in the gorge.

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