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Laurentian has new financial adviser
The aerospace company that since June 2006 has been aiming to establish a maintenance facility in Plattsburgh, says it has retained a Wall Street investment bank to seek investors for the more than $200 million project.
Clinton County to sell old airport buildings
Revenue from the 15 empty structures will go toward the 2007 cost of moving the airport to the former Plattsburgh Air Force Base.
Wilmington man charged with arson
Police say Jacob E. Dahl set fire to clothing, children's toys and books in May 2012.
Local man injured in crash
Car was burning inside before accident, police said.
Four eye Salmon River Board seats
A defeated capital project is the biggest issue seen by two incumbents and two challengers for the Salmon River Central School Board.
More open beds than usual at Horace Nye
Admissions at the Nursing Home in Elizabethtown were closed at points over the winter due to a flu outbreak that resulted in two residents' deaths.
Families First March draws 100 plus
It's important to talk about children's mental-health issues and to batter down stigma, participants at the recent event in Elizabethtown said.
Host families sought for Canadian students
Youth Ambassadors participants will be in Plattsburgh July 10 through 22.
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