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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: 1/03/06

State police are calling out for tips on a double homicide in Plattsburgh. Sexual harrassment allegations rock the US Olympic Sled team. A federal study finds New York adults below the national average for literacy - one literacy expert blames the 'quick-fix' approach. And a monument that even cows can look up to...the Lowville mega-cow.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 1/02/06

Walmart has bought land in Potsdam. Police investigate a double-murder in Plattsburgh. The number of children injured riding ATVs continues to rise - why that safety message isn't getting through, and what one mother is trying to do about it.  Go to full article

All Before Five 12/30/05

Rethinking the NYPA land deal on the St. Lawrence, back from Iraq, one year later, with Col. Eric Olsen, Gregory Warner's first canoe trip, and a certain lack of resolution, New Year style.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/29/05

Growing oppositiong to zoning changes in Tupper Lake. And a new scenic railroad around Gore Mountain. Plus an audio postcard about farm life with muscular dystrophy. And an end of year visit to father time.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/28/05

The State Comptroller says a controversial Northern Oneida landfill would save millions for the state. Seasonal residents in Tupper Lake take a stand against a planned resort. And Naj Wikoff of Keene Valley explores Siberia. (Note - the 'warm with woodpile' story previewed was cut for time - listen for it on tomorrow's show)  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/27/05

10 illegal aliens arrested on route to a Lowville farm. A NYC teen examines invasive species - including himself - in the Adirondacks. And what happens to all those lost dogs you hear about on the radio? One dog's story.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/26/05

Podcast...Explained! We go step by step through the process of subscribing to the All Before Five podcast. Plus, we talk with Canton's mayor about a proposed new ordinance against underage smokers. And boxing day...what is it? Do even the Canadians know?  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/23/05

Tupper Lake's planning board urges a slow approach to new zoning changes for a major resort project. There are an increasing number of migrant workers on North Country dairy farms. Eight local farmers went down to Mexico to learn more about their laborers' culture - and meet their families. Plus, the future of migrant labor in the North Country.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/22/05

The DOT says they'll replant some of the up to 4,000 trees they chopped down in the Adirondacks. It's not easy getting people to share - especially local governments - a conversation with State Senator Betty Little about government efficiency. And a christmas wreath maker takes us inside her studio...  Go to full article

All Before Five: 12/21/05

Jeannine Pirro gives up her senate bid. It's costing more to stay warm this winter - we ride along with an oil delivery man in the Ausable Valley. And the last tree from a tree farm closing its doors.  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.