The following students were chosen as student delegates for the Meet Your State Legislators 2013 event at Peru High School: AuSable Valley Central School, Nate Casey and Alexander Connor; Beekmantown Central School, Tegan Belrose and Rachael Wnuk; Chazy Central Rural School, Michaela Cahoon and Caitlin Kozak; Crown Point, Kara Hunsdon and Jake Mildon; Elizabethtown-Lewis Central, Brittany Tomkins and Corinne White; Keene Central School, Hannah McCabe and Katie Woltner; Northeastern Clinton Central, Joel Herzog, Justin Trombley, Anthony Piche and Ryan Marks; Northern Adirondack Central, Mikailah Donah, Taylor Pitts, Tara Danforth and Justin Normandin; Peru Central School, Samantha Crosby and Alyssa Murphy; Plattsburgh High School, Kelly Cantwell and Robert Matthews; Saranac Central School, Chase Delisle and Bryanna Evoy; Seton Catholic School, Dana Chapman and Brian Murray; Ticonderoga Central School, Dale Quesnel and Cody Shaner; Westport Central School, Hannah Looby and Megan Sudduth; and Willsboro Central School, Sam Politi. State legislators from the North Country spokes at the event, which was organized by the Plattsburgh Area League of Women Voters.
Sister support comes on strong
Despite many medical issues, including cancer and uncontrollable seizures, Tausha Henry is bolstered emotionally by her sister, Stephanie Boardman, who has created a nonprofit to help with medical and other costs.
Locals show support for Boy Scouts
Sponsors of the Adirondack District Scouts gathered at American Legion Post 20 recently for the Friends of Scouting Plattsburgh Breakfast, where keynote speaker and Development Corporation President and CEO Paul Grasso spoke of the value of scouting.
Ti students help food pantry
The Ticonderoga Food Pantry will get lots of new foods courtesy of Stewart's Shops and Ticonderoga students
- ELCS grad develops computer game Colden Prime's creation takes players on an adventure to rescue a kidnapped grandfather.
- Unlocking the mysteries of God's word The Rev. Tony Kemp will illuminate the differences between human faith and biblical faith at First Assembly of God church in Plattsburgh today through Monday.
Owner of former Saxony plans to rebuild
Marc Chapman says an engineer has deemed the first three floors of the four-level structure salvageable; fire tore through the top on April 22.
- 98-year-old recalls big band days Chet Lavalley traveled the West Coast in his younger years playing saxophone and conducting big bands.
Students: May 1, 2013
News of achievements by area students
Mother shows strength, love in face of adversity
Amy Upton's infant son, Isaac, has a kink in his aorta and will have corrective surgery later this month.
Lollipop bandits caught in Lewis
Mighty Matthew rides in from the north to capture thieves and find their Dum Dum pop heist.
Skateboard event to raise cancer funds
Local teen plans to put in 1,000 miles at U.S. Oval in Plattsburgh.
Search for Champ continues
The Canadian Travel Channel is doing a show on the elusive Lake Champlain monster
Donation fund established for fire victims
Smoke and water damaged two apartments occupied by five people.
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