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All Before Five

All Before Five, our afternoon regional news program, gives listeners a complete update on the day's news and weather, followed by the top regional features stories from NCPR News.

Nora FlahertyThe host of All Before Five is Nora Flaherty. Nora came to NCPR in March 2011 from WFUV in New York City, where she worked as a reporter and hosted a weekly interview program. She has become a familiar voice since then as a reporter for The Eight O'Clock Hour.

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All Before Five: 5/23/06

A project to draw more kayakers to the Sacandaga River draws the ire of environmentalists. State Comptroller Alan Hevesi says New Yorkers are in fiscal trouble. Conservative John Faso is gaining momentum. And the nearly limitless possibilites of baking bread.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/22/06

Polls show Democrats set for statewide sweep this fall--Chris Ortloff comments on the political shift. Advocates seek more school aid for disadvantaged students, and the Lawnmower Man on Heard Up North.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/19/06

Republican Assemblyman Chris Ortloff is stepping down; we look at the political fallout. Governor Pataki says he'll sign a cap on gas tax. And local business owners learn to battle Wal Mart.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/18/06

More than 30 accused drug dealers were arrested today in Essex and Franklin counties. Also, how private property owners are playing a crucial role in wilderness protection. And we continue looking at north Country language with the phrase, "it's gone up!"  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/17/06

Part II of Latinos on the Farm. Plus, lawmakers debate crime bills. And we have a round up of school budgets, including the rejection of controversial spending bills in Saranac Lake.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/16/06

The APA releases the names of staffers involved in a computer pornography scandal. The Supreme Court refuses to hear the Cayuga land claim - turning the tables for the Akwesasne Mohawks. And, Part I of our series: "Latinos on the Farm, in Shadows."  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/15/06

On the eve of a school budget vote, one superintendent explains the higher costs. Brian Mann paddles one of the wildest places in Lake Champlain: the Ausable Marshes. Gregory Warner agrees to be strapped to a gurney and sent to the emergency room...to learn better what nurses do.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/12/06

The APA says a test wind tower can be built near Gore Mountain. Republicans will choose their candidate at the primaries. And a North Country not-for-profit offers workshops for small business owners to compete with mega-retailers.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/11/06

Newsweek ranks Lowville Academy Honors Program one of the best in the country. A small elementary school in Lake Clear may be closed, but parents and residents rally to save it. Legislators agree on gas tax relief. And we continue our look at the particular language of the North Country, with "3 Words."  Go to full article

All Before Five: 5/10/06

The names of 10 Fort Drum soldiers killed in last week's chopper crash in Afghanistan are released. The US plans a coal-fired plant to store greenhouse gases. A strong loonie is tempting Canadian shoppers across the border...we head to the mall. And we begin a series on North Country dialects, looking at the Canadian-influenced slang of Chateaugay.  Go to full article

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Nora Flaherty and other NCPR reporters call out to people in communties all over the region to get a first-person take on what is happening that day in one of the nooks and crannies of the North Country, or to share one of the unique voices that contribute to the choir that is our region.

The program is looking for individuals who can fill the bill in their community--the unofficial mayors of unincorporated villages, the diner counter know-it-alls, the barbershop networkers, the contrarian librarians. If you know someone whose tongue is well-strung, drop Nora a line.