North Countryman, Burgh Editor
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The Clinton County Historical Association museum has been putting the finishing touches on several long-anticipated exhibits, and they will be opening their doors Saturday April 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Plattsburgh State community came together Monday, after news that missing student Kodi Kadeem Beckles was found dead in a wooded area just outside the City of Plattsburgh.
Merwin Cowles was a farm boy from Adams, N.Y. when he joined the Marine Corps in 1943. Because he was good with machinery from being a farmer, Cowles ended up piloting an “Amtrac” in some of the bloodiest battles of the Pacific theater.
Even as a new wave of snow barrels down on the North Country, current and retired law enforcement officers are already tuning up their bicycles for a summer of riding and fund raising for this summer’s annual Tour de Force ride.
The New York State Army National Guard Counter Drug Task Force won national recognition recently from the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA).
Department heads from both the city and town of Plattsburgh met for several hours to brainstorm on how they can work together to provide better service at lower costs.
It took 56 attempts, but the Royal Order of the Blarney Stone finally chose an Irishperson of the year who has actually lived in Ireland.
Dressed in suits and ties, dresses and heels, students from New York and Vermont spoke their way to success in the second annual Free Enterprise Marathon March 7.
WOKO’s Big Change Roundup crew brought their whirlwind tour of the North Country to Plattsburgh March 8.
The North Country Alliance for Public Education is hosting another in a series of public forums on the Common Core education mandates.