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John Grybos

Reporter, News Enterprise
518-873-6368 Ext: 130

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Discount store planned for Dannemora

Shopping options should increase within the year for Dannemora residents, with an 8,000 square foot discount store planned for the intersection at Resevoir Road.

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Massively salty groundwater relief efforts begun at Plank Road

Residents of Plank Road in the town of Dannemora have been dealing with water that's undrinkable and ruins appliances. Efforts are under way by state and local agencies to relieve the issue.

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Kids get involved with Ellenburg youth group

While the Back Porch Band christened the refinished town hall with some tunes, a local youth group introduced some new members to volunteerism.

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Spring buds mean maple sap's done

Trees and plants are budding around Clinton County. Though that signals the start of lawn care season and return to local parks for recreation, it also signals the early close of sap season for maple producers.

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Easter raffle set at Mooers FD

An Easter raffle is planned at the Mooers Fire Department March 31, 7 p.m.

Moose struck on Route 3, driver unhurt

A late-night moose collision on Route 3 near the county line with Franklin left a Toyota Tundra inoperable and one of the park's approximately 800 moose dead but the driver unhurt.

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DEC, DOT now back Tahawus RR

After early, vague legal concerns were voiced by the state Department of Environmental Conservation about the rail to Tahawus, the organization has come out in support of the plan to re-open the freight line to the old ilmenite mine.

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Flag-themed sofa causes debate

A dust-up over the honor of Old Glory at Ellenburg's March 20 town meeting centered on a debate over treatment of the U.S. flag.

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New Ellenburg rec director named

Chris Brooks was named as the new recreation director for Ellenburg's 175-kid strong youth program at the March 20 town meeting.

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North Country is unbroken in congressional redistricting

With the opening date for federal candidates to start petitioning for the June 26 primary in New York, a panel of U.S. judges took hold of the congressional redistricting process, turning the North Country into an unbroken region from Lake Champlain to Lake Ontario March 19.

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