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Stephen Bartlett

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Police make additional meth arrests in the area.

Police make additional meth arrests in the area.

Three vie for two town justice seats in Chazy

Incumbents Carolyn M. Meseck-Pratt and Robert G. Dunlop will face challenger Christopher W. Latremore for the right to fill two open town justice seats this election cycle.

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Halloween Festival a big hit while helping families

Plattsburgh Housing Outlet’s 13th annual Halloween Festival draws hundreds of children and raises thousands of dollars for the Ronald McDonald House in Burlington, Vt.

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Election 2012: 115th Assembly: Janet Duprey (R), Karen Bisso (C), Timothy Carpenter (D)

A total of three candidates are running for the 115th Assembly Seat including incumbent, Republican Janet Duprey; Karen Bisso, a Plattsburgh City School teacher running as the Conservative Party candidate; and Democrat Timothy Carpenter, a City of Plattsburgh Councilor from Ward 1. Here are their responses to questions from Denton Publications:

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It is the age of discontent

From the Editor's Desk

As a journalist, something I’ve noticed increasingly over the past few years is the growing discontent of people, largely since The Great Recession.

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Fiber optic network improves North Country health care

Fiber optic telecommunications will improve the quality of health care at a time when health care is asked to do more with less.

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Abraham Lincoln visits Plattsburgh

The New York State Museum’s traveling exhibition of the only surviving draft of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation in Lincoln’s handwriting was recently on display in the Burke Gallery, located in the Myers Fine Arts Building at Plattsburgh State.

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Zombies raise money for a good cause

Hundreds gathered at Medicine Horse Farm in Morrisonville for the Monster Dash 5k and Goblin Gallup Kids Fun Run, an event held to raise funds for an indoor arena to benefit the facility’s therapeutic programs.

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Fiber optic network improves North Country healthcare

Fiber optic telecommunications will improve the quality of health care at a time when health care is asked to do more with less.

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Take the time to get to know your neighbors

From the Editor's Desk

Of course, that often occurs in small neighborhoods, with some neighbors becoming the best of friends and others not necessarily liking each other but choosing to live amicably beside each other, for the good of themselves and the neighborhood as a whole.

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Collector takes films on the road

For Andy MacDougall, film is an organic experience.

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Cuomo comes to Plattsburgh on development tour

Gov. Cuomo makes economic development stop

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Baby’s heart inspires at annual Heart Walk

Baby’s Heart inspires at annual event

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Banned books discussed at Plattsburgh State

Banned books discussed at PSUC

Give me the specifics on health care, not more hot air

From the Editor's Desk

We know health care is a mess, and that some don’t have it, others do but it doesn’t cover enough and still others are going bankrupt to pay for their health care, which leaves them with mounting bills, despite the coverage.

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People turn out in Plattsburgh to walk for faith, and for a good cause

The North Country Mission of Hope was founded in 1998 to empower the people of mission communities in Nicaragua through education, health care, and ecological and community development projects.

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Partnership urges healthy choices

Jessica Mathews, the coordinator for the Plattsburgh Campus and Community Partnership, wants youth to make healthy choices.

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Cellular sales moving up

Verizon eager to move into new location.

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Homicide suspect faces charges in Florida

A murder suspect who passed through Mooers and Plattsburgh in mid-September recently appeared in U.S. court.

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Shouldn’t be about providing what is fair and equitable?

From the Editor's Desk

Obligations in the areas of health care, pensions and salaries are strangling employers in areas where employees work under a union, and are resulting in fewer services, more expensive services and tax increases.

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Walk raises research funds

Participants gathered at Sibley Hall on Plattsburgh State’s campus to walk for Alzheimer’s disease.

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Clinton County acts against synthetic drugs

Clinton County rallies against synthetic drugs.

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Local librarian writes book on Plattsburgh

Local librarian inks new book on Plattsburgh.

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Since when are we not allowed to make a mistake?

From the Editor's Desk

I was at the gym recently when I heard commentators from various programs who were angry, appalled, worried and possibly even frightened as they engaged in conversation about a recent event.

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Elderly man killed by train

An elderly man was killed after he stepped in front of a train as it crossed Margaret Street in the City of Plattsburgh.

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Fall Festival at New Land Trust in Saranac

Fall festival planned at new land trust.

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Plattsburgh tree planting to save planet

City of Plattsburgh plants a tree in memory of man.

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Did not mean to offend anyone in the Republican Party

From the Editor's Desk

My children taught me selflessness, enhancing my empathy and compassion, especially given both suffer from medical conditions requiring, at times, extensive care.

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Rockeater race has universal appeal

Tough Enough to eat rocks

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Plattsburgh man represents at Democratic National Convention

Man returns from Democratic Convention

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The ‘civil’ War of 1812

Alan Taylor discusses the War of 1812.

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911 commemoration inspires call for mercy, compassion

Students, faculty, administrators, staff and community members gathered near Hawkins pond to commemorate those lost on 9/11 and honor the courage of those who rushed to their aid.

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There are reptilians among us, and they are called the GOP

From the Editor's Desk

Years ago, an old military buddy, while showing me his weapons stockpile in his steel-encased panic room just before he went outside to look for fairies and UFOs, warned me about reptilians, tall, blood-drinking shape-shifters from the Alpha Draconis star system, hiding in underground bunkers as they control the world by taking on human form and gain political power to manipulate society.

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Nonprofit sheds light on mental illness

Cindy Cordle helped set up the event that raises money for the National Alliance on Mental Illness, which provides support and comfort to those stricken with mental illness and others impacted by it.

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The battle before Plattsburgh

A battle in Beekmantown represents the first fighting in the area before the Battle of Plattsburgh.

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Large crowd for Battle of Plattsburgh

Plattsburgh stepped back to 1814 and the battle that became one of the decisive factors of the War of 1812.

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If ignorance is bliss then there sure are a lot of happy people

From the Editor's Desk

Is it easier and more fulfilling around the time of the Mayor’s Cup, Battle of Plattsburgh and Fourth of July, a number of people vomit a chunky pile of ignorance and cruelty all around me.

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West Chazy Man wins $5,000,000 in New York State Lottery

David Fortune bought the lottery ticket at Kinney Drugs on Boynton Avenue in Plattsburgh and scratched it in a rush.

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People for Positive Action

People for Positive Action is a small group of individuals who meet in Plattsburgh to give voice to their vision of America while shedding a light on injustice.

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Plattsburgh State enrolls most diverse class ever

Plattsburgh State enrolled its most diverse freshman class ever, and that’s not counting international students.

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New principal this year at Saranac Elementary School

Tracy Manor is student centered and believes every child can learn and should be expected to reach and exceed his or her academic and social potential.

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Students excited for fall at Clinton Community College

CCC started its fall semester with a new logo and new brand identity, an elevated student profile and record international student numbers.

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Community partners needed at Plattsburgh State

To help students feel comfortable in their new home and learn about American culture off campus, Partners in Cross-Cultural Learning matches interested community members with first-year international students for cross-cultural social events and friendships.

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What happened to the benefit of the doubt in society?

From the Editor's Desk

Is it easier and more fulfilling in life to assume the worst and consistently send a message to others that we expect the worst in them and think the worst of them?

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Families share loss of losing a loved one to suicide

The stigma of suicide only keeps it and mental illness, which is often associated with suicide, in the dark.

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Assembly hopeful outlines her vision

Karen Bisso and David Kimmel are seeking to defeat Assemblywoman Janet Duprey, the incumbent, at the Republican primary on Sept. 13.

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New volunteer center will benefit entire region

The North Country Regional Volunteer Center hopes to engage volunteers and solve community issues.

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A little less pain in the world would be a good thing

From the Editor's Desk

Someone recently said to me, “I can understand where Jane is coming from,” in response to Jane expressing she was in pain.

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Assembly hopeful outlines vision in Plattsburgh

Karen Bisso has been to parades, gun shows and tractor pulls.

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Meadowbrook Block Party a slam dunk

Seniors have fun at Meadowbrook Block Party.

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