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"Democrats for Pataki" in North Country

Some North Country Democrats are following the lead of their colleagues in other parts of the state and are backing Republican Governor George Pataki for a third term. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

ONNY Performs Baroque This Weekend

Todd Moe talks with Orchestra of Northern New York Music Director Ken Andrews about the group's annual winter Baroque concert this weekend in Malone and Canton.  Go to full article

People: Rev Sunny Oey, Conversations Betwenn Muslims and Christians

Martha Foley talks to the Reverend Sunny Oey of Malone, an Anglican clergyman who was born in Indonesia and is going back to moderate conversations between Christians and Muslims.  Go to full article

Denied Funding, Malone's Flanagan Hotel to Go, part 1

Demolition of the Flanagan Hotel could be near at hand. Funding for reconstruction of the historic site in downtown Malone was denied by the state and a newly elected mayor says he plans on following the wishes of his constituents by tearing down the building. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Talking About Islam: Forum Series Begins in Malone

A forum tonight in Malone begins a series of community converations on the world of Islam. Todd Moe talks with the Reverend Sunny Oey.  Go to full article

People: Malone Artist Ruth Jones Ryan

A conversation with Malone artist and entrepreneur Ruth Jones Ryan. At 92, she says it's never too late to do what you love. Her drawings and paintings go on display tomorrow at the Adirondack Craft Center in Lake Placid. Todd Moe reports.  Go to full article

Malone's Flanagan: Monument or Ruin?

The fate of the Flanagan Hotel in Malone is up for debate. A poll shows most residents want the historic building, damaged by fire in 1997, demolished. But others want to restore the century-old building.  Go to full article

St. Lawrence Gas Lobbies for Public Funding of Pipeline

St. Lawrence Gas Company is calling on local, county, and state politicians to support an extension project into St. Lawrence and Franklin Counties. The company is banking on partial state funding for gasline construction. It will outline its lobbying efforts at a meeting with the public, and a competing gas company, in Malone next week. As Jody Tosti reports, the expansion would bring natural gas to some smaller towns, for the first time.  Go to full article

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