ASHLINE - A Mass of Christian burial for Harold D. "Bud" Ashline, Jr., 87, of Lake Street, who passed away peacefully, Thursday, Nov. 8th, was celebrated on Saturday, Nov. 10th at St. Patrick's Church in Rouses Point. Rev. Raymond Moreau, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Chazy, celebrated the mass, and was assisted by Deacon Noel Hinerth. Altar Servers were Peggy and George Rivers and organist was Buffy Little. Bud's children Kathy Goyette, John Ashline, Keith Ashline and Harold "Hap" Ashline placed the pall on his casket. His wife, Eileen, placed the crucifix. The gifts were presented to the altar by Bud's grandchildren, Heather and David Ashline and Ashley Goyette. Pallbearers were Bryan Moore, Bruce Gaudette, David Ashline, Mark Goyette, Robert St. John and Ed Gelineault. Interment with full military honors followed mass in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Coopersville. Arrangements are in the care of M.B. Clark Funeral Home, 148 Lake St., Rouses Point, NY.
P'burgh Town Council election up in air
The next hearing on 36 contested absentee ballots is scheduled for Thursday in New York State Supreme Court in Plattsburgh.
Whiteface makes top 10 list
The mountain makes Smarter Travel's list on "10 Best International Ski Destinations."
Sheriff's Department keeps watchful eye on sex offenders
Deputies conduct compliance checks to ensure the profiles of the 210 sex offenders in Clinton County are kept up to date.
North Country school communities go blue
Teachers, parents and students across the North Country are expected to don the color today to show dissatisfaction with the state of public education as part of the National Day of Action.
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Registration opens for P'burgh race
The Plattsburgh Half-Marathon and Relay is set for April 27.
Lookback: Dec. 9 to 15
A look back at local history from 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago.
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Of Interest: Dec. 9, 2013
Take a brief look at news of note from around the North Country.
Cheers and Jeers: Dec. 9, 2013
CHEERS to the Adirondack Disco Golf Association and the Church of the Nazarene for their volunteer labor in the Town of Plattsburgh; and CHEERS to the crews who keep Plattsburgh State Field House clean.
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