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The Stafford Vacuum

Martha Foley talks with Brian Mann about the latest maneuverings in the political vacuum left behind in northeastern New York by State Senator Ron Stafford's retirement.  Go to full article

Stafford Resignation: For Democrats, An Opening

With Chris Ortloff and Betty Little scrapping for the senate seat, that frees up their two assembly districts. Queensbury supervisor Nicholas Caimano, a Republican, has already announced that he'll run to replace Betty Little. With incumbents out of the way, the shifting political scene represents a rare opening for the Democratic party. Despite pockets of strength, Democrats have struggled to win higher office in the region. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Reflections on Stafford's Senate Career

Martha Foley talks with Bob Grady, Managing Editor of the Plattsburgh Press Republican, about Senator Ron Stafford's decision not to seek re-election, about his legacy in the North Country, and about the fight shaping up to succeed him.  Go to full article

Quebec Premier - New York Governor: First-ever Trade Pact

Governor Pataki and Quebec Premier Bernard Landry agreed on Wednesday to spend tens of millions of dollars developing cross-border trade. The pact followed the first-ever New York-Quebec summit. Brian Mann reports from Plattsburgh.
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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

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

Plattsburgh Industrial Site Slated for Clean-up

A consultant for the city of Plattsburgh says an old industrial site on the Saranac River is leaking a toxic, tarry sludge. At a press conference yesterday, Dr. Allen Hathaway described the plant as a high priority clean-up. Brian Mann has more.  Go to full article

AmeriCorps Phone Lines Busy in Wake of Speech

An appeal by President Bush this week for Americans to help fight terrorism by volunteering in their communities has caused busier phone lines at many non-profit organizations. Willow Nolland is project coordinator for AmeriCorps in Clinton County. Jody Tosti reports.

AmeriCorps Office at SUNY Plattsburgh: 518-564-4849.  Go to full article

Adirondack Youth Orchestra to Start New Season

Since 1985, the Adirondack Youth Orchestra has provided an opportunity for area youth to enhance their music education. Based at Plattsburgh State University, the orchestra is composed of string and wind musicians from across the region. The Adirondack Youth Orchestra's new season starts up on January 6. Todd Moe talks with Mike Branch, a board member with the AYO.  Go to full article

Adirondack Youth Orchestra to Start New Season

Since 1985, the Adirondack Youth Orchestra has provided an opportunity for area youth to enhance their music education. Based at Plattsburgh State University, the orchestra is composed of string and wind musicians from across the region. The Adirondack Youth Orchestra's new season starts up on January 6. Todd Moe talks with Mike Branch, a board member with the AYO.  Go to full article

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