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Shawn Ryan

North Countryman, Burgh Editor
518-873-6368 Ext: 219

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Lighthouse to receive facelift

The iconic Valcour lighthouse is slated for a long-awaited fall face lift.

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World War I kids camp held in Plattsburgh

The Clinton County Historical Association recently hosted a World War I historical camp for youth ages 9 - 14, similar to their yearly Civil War camp.

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Update: One dead in Plattsburgh stabbing, suspect in custody

A suspect is in custody following a fatal stabbing that left one dead in Plattsburgh Sunday night.

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Cats overrunning some North Country towns

There is a cat problem in parts of North Country, and it is threatening to overrunn the handful of animal welfare agencies trying to stem the tide.

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Gubernatorial candidate brings campaign to Plattsburgh

GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino rolled into Plattsburgh on Tuesday, July 29 on a hop-scotching tour around New York state, hammering Andrew Cuomo on a scandal rapidly threatening to overshadow his re-election campaign efforts.

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World War II veteran recalls his 17 missions over Germany

Ninety-three year old Earl Morrow sat in a folding chair in the shade cast by the wing of a B-17 bomber, the same type bomber he jumped out of high over Germany in 1944, only seconds before it exploded.

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Wineries set to host summer wine tour in August

Wine lovers rejoice and safely take to the roads.

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Local woman writes of fleeing Europe during WWII

It was like something out of a horrible movie that you know can’t be real, except that it was real.

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Backwoods Pondfest keeps festival tradition alive in Peru

The normally quaint Twin Ponds campsite is gearing up for about 2,000 music lovers to descend on the park for two days of music, camping, culture, art and all around good vibes.

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Ride For the Roof set at Peru Community Church

When it rains, it pours, and when it pours, the roof at the Peru Community Church Fellowship Center isn’t keeping it out.

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