West Chazy man remembers Mandela
Paul Ferrari, once an anti-apartheid activist, was the son of a diplomat and friend of Nelson Mandela. INCLUDES VIDEO
JFK shooting etched in memory
Sandra Condon was selling a pair of gloves to a woman in Herman's department store in Plattsburgh when the awful news came; others around the North Country recall exactly what they were doing then, too.
Jay man worked for JFK in 1963
"Our hands did not move right," writes Nathan Farb of trying to work after hearing the president was dead. "Our brains did not move right."
News family remembers horror of JFK killing
Retired and current Press-Republican staffers share their memories.
WWII Nurse Corps veterans recall WWII experiences
Dorothy LeClair, 92, and Eileen Scott-Parker, 90, saw the damage, physical and emotional, done to servicemen who they cared for in military hospitals.
Old Stone Barracks for sale again
Montreal landlord puts historic property back on market two years after purchasing it.
Infamous slavery story hits home
The life of Minerva-born Solomon Northup is depicted in "Twelve Years A Slave," screening at Cumberland 12 Cinemas this weekend.
Solomon Northup hauled Peru trees
Helen Nerska Allen's great-great-great uncle, a timber man, hired the Minerva native, who was later enslaved.
E'town woman helps document concentration camp
Kaleigh Ratliff of Elizabethtown found a school-sponsored trip to WWII sites to be a life-changing event.
Fort Ti ponders Pavilion renewal
The former hotel and summer home called the Pavilion at Fort Ticonderoga is undergoing study for preservation.
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