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Mineville hydro project in final stages 1 day, 9 hours ago
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- End of the season
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- Championship weekend
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- The Week in Sports
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- Baseball, softball, t-ball signups available
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Lifestyle and Entertainment
- Holistic health conference announced
- Transfer station to accept brush
- Keene Central School to host Salvador Dalí exhibit
- Stream Dreams! | Conservation Conversations
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Letters to the Editor
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- Is the hospital worth keeping? | Guest Viewpoint
- ‘Dirty Laundry’ in neighboring county
- Clarification to What if no one came
- InterLakes Health has disdain for dental office
- Not so Rapid Returns
- (WITH AUDIO) Sandy Lewis talks William Morgan, other topics on radio 1 comment
- State police: Moriah man had “countless” child porn images
- Lewis man nabs DWI for drunk ATV cruising
- Westport Central teacher arrested for unlawful surveillance
- Mineville hydro project in final stages
- Not so Rapid Returns
- Garden Club now accepting applications
- Au Sable Forks to explore creation of art co-op
- Keene Valley Fire Department to hold open house for RecruitNY
A vision created in 1990 is one hurdle away from becoming a reality, bringing new life to the pits and underground tunnels that put Mineville on the map.
Site plan for updated station includes picnic area
Convenience store chain plans to have updated facility complete by June.
Several parents are upset at Willsboro Central's procedure governing students who were opted out of last week's Common Core ELA exams.
The school district voted to hire a Champlain high school principal, who will fill the position left vacant by the resignation of Bonnie Finnerty.
Willsboro Central's 2015-16 spending plan has sailed in under the cap, with taxes scheduled to rise 22 cents per $1,000 in assessed value.
Motorists traveling on Route 73 in Keene this afternoon should consider an alternate route as the state Department of Transportation will be closing the "Post Office" bridge over the East Branch of the Ausable River today at 4 p.m. for inspection. Traffic will be detoured.
The strange saga of how a local businessman and civic fixture conned a trusting North Country community, one nickel at a time.
Keene Central's 2015-16 spending plan has come in under the cap. Highlights include a bump in state aid, reduced energy costs and shared transportation services with CV-TEC.
Elizabethtown-Lewis Central is at the cap with their 2015-16 budget, a spending plan that maintains all programs, services and staffing.
Community action, including one individual's pledge to match every dollar raised, and the upcoming Dan McCormick 5K are key for an Emus track and field team rich in talent and character.
AuSable Valley Central's 2015-16 budget has come in at the cap. The district, like others in the North Country, also saw a slight GEA restoration.
Star Trek enthusiasts are set to beam into the historic town of Ticonderoga this summer.
Emergency responders are taking steps to prepare in the event that an anthrax attack occurred in the North Country.
Adirondack Museum lands $75,000 for new exhibit. See who else received money.