The following students were chosen as student delegates for the Meet Your State Legislators 2013 event at Peru High School: AuSable Valley Central School, Nate Casey and Alexander Connor; Beekmantown Central School, Tegan Belrose and Rachael Wnuk; Chazy Central Rural School, Michaela Cahoon and Caitlin Kozak; Crown Point, Kara Hunsdon and Jake Mildon; Elizabethtown-Lewis Central, Brittany Tomkins and Corinne White; Keene Central School, Hannah McCabe and Katie Woltner; Northeastern Clinton Central, Joel Herzog, Justin Trombley, Anthony Piche and Ryan Marks; Northern Adirondack Central, Mikailah Donah, Taylor Pitts, Tara Danforth and Justin Normandin; Peru Central School, Samantha Crosby and Alyssa Murphy; Plattsburgh High School, Kelly Cantwell and Robert Matthews; Saranac Central School, Chase Delisle and Bryanna Evoy; Seton Catholic School, Dana Chapman and Brian Murray; Ticonderoga Central School, Dale Quesnel and Cody Shaner; Westport Central School, Hannah Looby and Megan Sudduth; and Willsboro Central School, Sam Politi. State legislators from the North Country spokes at the event, which was organized by the Plattsburgh Area League of Women Voters.
- APS officials postpone racing Airborne racing canceled Saturday due to weather. Racing resumes Aug. 23.
Schumer hopes for $517,000 for new NCCC program
Federal grant for $15 million would reach 30 SUNY colleges for mechatronics training.
No. Co. Regional Council names priority projects
Winners in state contest to be announced by year's end.
Beer, wine sales slow at Essex Co. Fair
But organizers say it's just the first year, and carding system working well.
Drug dealer found guilty of heroin sale charge
Ervin Cummings faces a maximum of 12 years in prison, the Clinton County DA's Office said.
New trails open at Fort Ti
Visitors to Fort Ticonderoga can now hike and canoe the national historic landmark's grounds and waterways.
Of Interest: June 29, 2013
Take a brief look at news of note around the North Country.
Police: Wal-Mart employee stole funds
Aaricka S. Horne is scheduled to appear in Plattsburgh Town Court on Aug. 19.
DA mum about corruption panel's work
Franklin County's Derek Champagne cites federal probe as reason he can't comment.
Port Henry replacing problem sewer lines
The village hopes to find grants to help pay the $2.6 million for the Elizabeth Street project.
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