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Chameleon Gallery changing its color one last time

Chameleon Gallery, located in Downtown Plattsburgh, is standing on its last leg, hoping to change its color one more time before losing it for good.

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TAA,TPA and TPP: Confusing package raises concerns in the North Country

Former gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout and members of the Working Families Party are urging U.S. Representative Elise Stefanik to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Fast Track.

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Woodmen of the World holds awards banquet

Woodmen of the World Chapter 462 held its 41st annual awards banquet recently at the Rainbow Wedding and Banquet Hall in Altona.

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Battle of Plattsburgh poster contest winners announced

The City of Plattsburgh and the Battle of Plattsburgh Commemoration Committee are excited to announce the selection of the Battle of Plattsburgh Poster Contest winners which will be Tuesday, June 23 at 3p.m. in City Council Chambers in City Hall.

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Archer Bodyworks moves to new location on Broad Street

Archer Bodyworks moved to its new location on the first floor of Dena Archer’s new home on 44 Broad St.

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Lake Placid makes cut for Ironman 70.3 World Championship

Chattanooga, Tennessee and St. George, Utah named other two finalists

Lake Placid is now just one of three locations in the running to host the 2017 Ironman 70.3 World Championship, news that has some locals excited for what it could mean for the village.

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Ridin’ Hy Ranch pays it forward

Ranch owners reinstate senior class trip free of charge after New Hampshire high school students donate nearly $8,000 they'd saved over four years to cancer-stricken principal.

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Americade 2015 to engulf Lake George; new events planned

Americade, the world-renowned touring motorcycle rally, returns for its 33rd year with new attractions as well as the beloved traditional events.

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A K-Cup of the new Valley Vending

After multiple remodeling projects, the last being about a month ago, Valley Vending changed its perceived conception of a business with a front office to what’s actually there — multiples of single K-Cups in a mix-and-match premium service walk-in store.

Report: Tar sands oil threaten Champlain Valley, Adirondack Park

According to a report released today by several green groups, Lake Champlain and the surrounding region continue to be at risk from oil spills and explosions.

DEC accepting applications for rural firefighter grant program

Rural fire departments can now apply for $400,000 in Volunteer Fire Assistance grants, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced.

Adirondack Medical Home Initative brings Australia to Plattsburgh

Clinicians and Practice Managers from the Australian Association of Practice Management convened with Adirondack Medical Home Initiative (AMHI) partners for an information exchange event on May 7 as part of a Canada/U.S. study tour.

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Real property tax auction scheduled

City of Plattsburgh Chamberlain Richard Marks has announced that the City of Plattsburgh will hold a Real Property Tax Foreclosure Auction of four properties on Wednesday, June 3 beginning at 10 a.m. at the West Side Ballroom, located at 253 New York Road in Plattsburgh.

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Press-Republican alters delivery methods

A morning ritual for many has been disrupted following the Press-Republican’s decision to alter the way their newspapers are delivered to some subscribers.

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Businesses react to new marina

As the Plattsburgh City Marina nears completion, several business owners are wondering what this new addition will do for them and Plattsburgh itself.

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