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Strides against sass
Hollaback! Plattsburgh working to curb street harassment. INCLUDES VIDEO
Many feet support youth programs
Inaugural 5K held for Champlain Valley Family Center at Plattsburgh City Beach. Includes video.
Global travels inform Rouses Point resident's essay
Marita Boulos was one of four winners, who wrote about a favorite poem for the First New York State Poetry Contest. INCLUDES VIDEO
Local kids talk stars and stripes
AuSable Forks Elementary student Kelci Pelkey thinks the very first American flag was made by a woman in "about 1982 or something." INCLUDES VIDEO.
Hail to the music man
"Mr. Wilke's Opus," a free community concert, is planned for Saturday to salute longtime Peru music teacher. INCLUDES VIDEO.
Vigil held for Plattsburgh State student
Family, friends remember Kodi Kadeem Beckles as kind, gentle, upbeat. INCLUDES VIDEO
PSU student found dead
Kodi Kadeem Beckles, 20, last seen early Saturday morning, found in wooded area behind car dealership in Plattsburgh. INCLUDES VIDEO
Fledgling art for sale
Pouring Light hosts "Migrating Passerines," a student exhibition. INCLUDES VIDEO.
Initiative encourages youth to learn great poetry
It was a battle of words between St. Regis Falls Central School and Lowville Academy at the regional level of Poetry Out Loud National Recitation Contest. INCLUDES VIDEO.
Kids enflamed by Olympic excitement
Cumberland Head students take a break and share what they think the winter games are all about. INCLUDES VIDEO.
Cardinals back at home as regular season nears end
The Plattsburgh State men's hockey team plays its final four SUNYAC games at home, starting with Fredonia and Buffalo State. INCLUDES CARDINAL Q&A VIDEO
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