Happy post-Thanksgiving week to you all, and thanks, weather gods, for reminding us it is, in fact, winter. Man, is it winter.
There are many stories in the papers so far this week with opportunities to do nice things for other people because...
It’s that time again: Burlington paper Seven Days has put out its annual Adirondack issue, in which Queen City reporters wander west.
Two years ago, the issue raised eyebrows on the New York side of the lake with this snide review of...
Dec 19, 2002 — In 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, established an agency to monitor the environmental effects of trade between the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. In a new report, the agency gives NAFTA mixed reviews. David Sommerstein explains. Go to full article
Dec 06, 2002 — The president of SUNY Plattsburgh says he'll resign at the end of this academic year. Dr. Horace Judson has led the school for nearly nine year, but he's faced increasing pressure to step down. Brian Mann has details. Go to full article
Nov 12, 2002 — The staff of a college radio station in Plattsburgh went on a hunger strike of sorts Saturday, collecting nearly a thousand cans of food for charity. Martha Foley talks with station manager Andy Cox, who says they reached their goal over the weekend. Go to full article
Nov 05, 2002 — Clinton County health officials say they've confirmed the first North Country case of West Nile Virus. The Plattsburgh Press Republican is reporting this morning that a woman in her 50's tested positive for the disease. As Brian Mann reports, doctors expect the woman to recover. Go to full article
Oct 24, 2002 — People around the country are readying for a march to protest military action against Iraq this weekend in Washington, DC. Groups are also planning rallies from New Orleans to Anchorage, and on college campuses including some in the North Country. An anti-war group in the Canton-Potsdam area has a waiting list for seats on its bus to the DC march. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Sep 27, 2002 — Transportation giant Bombardier announced today that the company will lay off six percent of its workforce. The move is a blow to the economy in Quebec, where more than a thousand jobs will go. Brian Mann reports it appears that the decision will affect plants in Vermont, but not in New York. Go to full article
Sep 17, 2002 — Business groups in New York are lobbying in Washington to curb delays at the U.S.-Canadian border, in northern and western parts of the state. The business leaders say the new security precautions since September 11th are hurting trade. Karen Dewitt reports. Go to full article
Sep 11, 2002 — Candlelight vigils and memorials are being held today at college campuses across the North Country to commemorate 9/11. Community gatherings are being held on campuses this evening. Martha Foley reports. Go to full article
Sep 10, 2002 — A series of events in Plattsburgh this week will honor victims and survivors of last September's terrorist attacks, and those of an 1814 battle along the Canadian border. Todd Moe talks with historian Colonel David Fitz-Enz, about the Battle of Plattsburgh, which began on the morning of September 11th, 1814. Fitz-Enz is the author of the book The Final Invasion and is one of the organizers of the Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration this week. Go to full article