Rare musket given to Fort Ti
Only a few of the commercial or contract guns made by Londoner Richard Wilson in the 1700s have survived.
Holocaust remembered at PSU
Speakers addressed diversity, modern and past reactions to the genocide perpetrated by Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime.
Transportation Museum to hold grand reopening
The Champlain Valley Transportation Museum on the PARC museum campus will reopen Saturday, April 20, with a variety of activities from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Catholic Summer School exhibit planned Grant to fund interactive offering at local museum.
Peru, Upper Jay buildings nominated for national catalog
Lyon Street School in Peru and the former Keith and Branch Ford Motors Factory Room and Showroom in Upper Jay could find spots on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
Battle Board approves base museum
The Board of Directors for the Battle of Plattsburgh Association approved a plan to create a museum that will highlight the history of the Plattsburgh Air Force Base.
- Genealogy workshop set Those wishing to write their family histories are invited to sessions at the Franklin County Historical and Museum Society.
Plans for PAFB museum will move forward
Area residents met to discuss the idea Thursday evening and expressed uniform support for the idea to establish the museum in a vacant building owned by the Battle of Plattsburgh Association.
Could PAFB museum fly?
The public can weigh in at an informational meeting set for Thursday.
Book honors North Country military memories
Jim Rochester started the project with his mother's World War II scrapbook.
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