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  • Honoring those lost in the Jolly 85 accident 40 years ago June 14, 2018
    Emotions were still raw Wednesday morning as family members and colleagues gathered to honor seven crew members killed in the Jolly 85 helicopter crash 40 years ago.The 102nd Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Squadron of the New York Air National Guard was on board the chopper, heading home from training in Plattsburgh, when they encountered bad weather.The […]
  • Gas prices putting strain on North Country drivers June 14, 2018
    Gas prices are high in the North Country, and New York Sen. Chuck Schumer says they could higher if the Trump administration rolls back Obama-era fuel efficiency standards.A plan submitted by Environmental Protection Agency Secretary Scott Pruitt would reduce the mile-per-gallon standards for cars and trucks, which the Obama regulations aimed to increase to nearly 55 […]
  • New York's school bus camera law targets illegal passing June 13, 2018
    The School Bus Camera Safety Act targets drivers who pass stopped school buses. Legislation in the New York Assembly would put cameras on the stop arm of the school buses“We have technology that will hopefully make it known to people that going passed a school bus like that is not something they can do," said Charles Dedrick the […]
  • Repair work is underway at Plattsburgh Mausoleum June 12, 2018
    Moldy walls and cracked sidewalks once plagued the Whispering Maples Memorial Garden, but now construction is well under way to return the mausoleum to its original state.It all dates back to 2015 when the mausoleum in Plattsburgh and the crematorium and mausoleum in Ellensburg fell in disrepair and into the hands of the State of […]
  • Concerns over tariffs makes North Country businesses nervous June 12, 2018
    Concerns over tariffs between the US and Canada have the North Country Chamber of Commerce on edge.Over 100 Quebec based company have locations in the North Country and 15 percent of the work force in Clinton County go to work every day at a Canadian company.President Trump has imposed aluminum and steel tariffs on key European […]

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  • Vermont House upholds Governor Scott's budget veto June 19, 2018
    The Vermont House voted to uphold Republican Gov. Phil Scott’s veto of the second budget bill Tuesday.Speaker Mitzi Johnson scheduled the vote, hoping that the Democratic majority would be able to get enough Republican support to override the veto and have a budget in place before the new fiscal year begins on July 1.To override […]
  • Vermont gets $4 million to increase access to opioid treatment June 19, 2018
    Vermont’s congressional delegation says the state is getting $4 million in federal grants to help fight the opioid epidemic.A total of $930 million is being distributed throughout the country through the new State Opioid Response Grants program.The grants program is aimed at increasing access to medication-assisted treatment, reducing unmet treatment need and reducing opioid overdose […]
  • Domestic argument leads to fugitive's arrest June 19, 2018
    A report of a domestic argument leads to the arrest of a fugitive in St. Albans.Early Sunday morning police were called to South Main Street after reports of a man and a woman arguing and shouting at each other.The woman gave her name and date of birth to an officer. However an investigation showed the […]
    Robert Rockstroh
  • Protecting your pets from the summer heat June 19, 2018
    When the temperatures start to reach the mid-70s, your pet, especially dogs, feels the heat.Dogs don't sweat, which is how humans naturally cool themselves off. Dogs regulate their body's temperature by panting or breathing heavily.Keeping them cool and hydrated is important to prevent heat-related illnesses, like heatstroke."We got to remember that, our pets don't sweat like us," […]
    Torrance Gaucher
  • Bistro owner apologizes for Twitter comments June 19, 2018
    A tweet by the owner of Magnolia Bistro has generated calls for a boycott of the restaurant.The post was in response to a link shared by Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger on the city's decision to expand the use of buprenorphine, a drug used to treat opioid abuse.The bistro's owner, Shannon Reilly, replied on Twitter that "junkies […]

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