Michaela Bushey gives back
The AuSable Forks woman, who was bolstered by community support after a 2010 accident left her mostly paralyzed, conducted a food drive to express her gratitude.
Safety effort includes young drivers
The second-year anniversary of a quadruple-fatal car-pedestrian accident in Peru just passed, Christol Mastic is planning presentations aimed to raise further awareness of dangers on the road.
Mooers residents send Typhoon Haiyan aid
Art and Norma Menard are collecting donations to assist Typhoon Haiyan victims in her Philippines Islands' hometown.
Keene Valley honors longtime firefighter
Dick Hall has served for nearly six decades of service to community.
Local justice contributes to reference tome
The 2014 edition of the Bench Book for Judges has Supreme Court Justice Robert Muller, who presides in Essex County, as a co-author.
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.
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.
Students: Nov. 9, 2013
Academic achievements by students from around the North Country.
Local woman wins big in lottery
Pamela Brothers claims ticket purchased by her husband during trip to Champlain Centre for haircut.
Newsmakers: Nov. 6, 2013
Achievements by people from the North Country.
Family makes paper-thin wishes come true
The Rev. Marty and Patsy Martin and their sons capture their 22-month sojourn across America in "Napkin Dreams."
- Students: Nov. 7, 2013 Academic achievements by students from around the North Country.
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