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News stories tagged with "father-s-day"

Commentary: The King of Crumbs

This Sunday is Father's Day. Commentator Renate Wildermuth, of North Creek, remembers her dad and a lesson on the importance of the smaller things in life.  Go to full article

This I Believe: Fathers and Sons

The NPR series This I Believe invites Americans from all walks of life to share brief essays describing the principles that guide their lives. We've extended that invitation to our North Country listeners as well. Jamie Sheffield teaches at Lake Placid High School - Father's Day is the right time for his essay.  Go to full article

Heard up North: What Do You Do With a Dad?

It's father's day on Sunday. A lot of people are asking what they should do with dad. We decided to reverse the question. What's your favorite thing that Dad did with you?

Our summer intern David White walked around the Canton Farmer's Market to dig up some memories.  Go to full article

A Distance to Fathers

Sunday is Father's Day -- one of the days families tend to draw together. But there's an inevitable distance, with fathers, as commentator Fred Schneider now knows from both sides.

Fred Schneider lives in Saranac Lake. He is the son of John P. Schneider Jr., recently departed but forever faithful to family and the Brooklyn Dodgers.  Go to full article

Commentary: Accidental Anglers

A fishing story from another tradition. Chris Brock and his young son got fishing poles for Father's Day last June. It was the beginning of a summer of action and adventure.  Go to full article

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