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Aftershock Felt in Northern Adirondacks

What may have felt like another earthquake this week in the northern Adirondacks was actually an aftershock from a quake there 2 months ago. In late April, an earthquake registering 5.1 on the Richter scale caused millions of dollars in damage to hundreds of homes and businesses. Tuesday's tremor was the second one since the April earthquake, and as Jody Tosti reports it probably won't be the last.  Go to full article

Federal Aid for North Country Quake Victims

More than two million dollars in federal aid has gone to North Country residents affected by the April earthquake. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Commentary: Northern Lights, Earthquake, and a Family Camp-out

The Earth has put on quite a show lately, with summery sun, spring snows, the Northern Lights, not to mention a North Country earthquake. Commentator Jill Vaughan slept outside with her family last weekend, the night before the earthquake, and appreciated more than just nature.  Go to full article

SUNY-Potsdam Professor Tracks Earthquake

Todd Moe talks with Dr. Frank Revetta, Professor of Earth Science and Geophysics at SUNY Potsdam. His job is keeping track of earthquakes in the North Country.  Go to full article
How the USGS seismograph saw the quake.
How the USGS seismograph saw the quake.

Earthquake Rattles North Country

A moderate earthquake hit the north country on Saturday, damaging churches, cracking foundations, and shattering storefront windows. The tremor and two long aftershocks did the most damage in Clinton County, fifteen miles southwest of Plattsburgh. Brian Mann toured the area and has this report.  Go to full article

People Tell Quake Tales

David Sommerstein caught up with people in Canton and Ogdensburg to hear their earthquake stories. NCPR listeners also phoned in their stories.  Go to full article

Quake Shakes SUNY-Plattsburgh's Open House

Parents and prospective students on a visit to SUNY-Plattsburgh's Open House Saturday, awoke to the rumbling sounds of the earthquake. SUNY-Plattsburgh Communications Director Keith Tyo.  Go to full article

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