WRAY - A Mass of Christian burial for Antoinette M. Wray, 91, of Station Street, Altona, who died on Friday, March 8, 2013 at CVPH Medical Center, was celebrated at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 13, at Holy Angels Church in Altona. The Mass was celebrated by Rev. Gilbert O. Boisvert, Pastor and assisted by Eli Lambert. The musician was Robert Rubado. The crucifix was placed by her son, Richard Wray. The readers were Wanda LaFountain and Tracey Graves. The offertory gifts were presented by Brandy Dean and Knight Dean. The Rockside Senior Citizens Group formed an honor guard. The pall bearers and placers were Larry Gero, Rick Wray, Brandon Wray, Timothy Graves, Shawn LaFountain and Michael Coty. Burial will be in Union Cemetery in Mooers Forks at a later date. Arrangements were entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, 3123 Miner Farm Road, Altona, NY, 12910 (518) 236-5986. Online condolences and memorial candles may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com.
Plattsburgh Airport to receive $76,000
The funds are for a study of obstructions on the approach paths, which would be removed in a separately funded second phase.
Cheers and Jeers: July 28, 2014
CHEERS to the Algonquin Chapter of Adirondack Mountain Club for sponsoring three field trips. JEERS to people who start noisy home-improvement projects early in the morning on the weekends.
Letters to the Editor: July 26, 2014
Letters by readers from around the North Country.
Speakout: July 26, 2014
What people around the region are talking about.
- Rand to run the Ironman twice Mac Rand will take part in Sunday's Ironman in Lake Placid, but will do it all over again Monday to honor people with cancer and to raise money for research through the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training.
Couple killed in Ray Brook crash; daughter 'critical'
Pursued by police, pickup truck crossed into wrong lane, hitting family's car head on.
Trooper who arrested Trombly testifies
Brent Langlois testified that the man whose car fatally struck Ashley Poissant in Champlain was slurring his speech, smelled of alcohol and had glassy, bloodshot eyes.
Remains identified of Fort Covington soldier killed in '53
Master Sgt. Lawrence Jock will be brought back to the North Country for burial.
Three charged in meth bust
Trio in Altona arrested after visit by parole officer.
Blind Everest climber speaks with Momot students
Outdoorsman shared lessons on character, determination, goal-setting and teamwork. INCLUDES VIDEO
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