The North Country Alliance for Public Education is hosting another in a series of public forums on the Common Core education mandates.
On the campus of SUNY Plattsburgh, professors are getting ready for a visit from a Holocaust survivor, which is happening on March 31.
Milking System Efficiency, Parlor Planning, Robotics on March 12, 13 NNY Winter Dairy Management Program.
Seton Catholic Central Vice Principal Mary Forbes was honored recently for her 40 years as an educator at Seton Catholic Central, and St. John’s Academy before that.
Hiding outside of the kitchen, Frederick Douglass heard desperate screams of help.
The impact of climate change on Northern New York agriculture is on the agenda of the 2014 North Country Crop Congresses, Tuesday, February 18 at W.H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, in Chazy.
Mountain Lake PBS is once again encouraging early elementary-aged students to stretch their creative wings by hosting the PBS KIDS Writers Contest.
Since 2010 the Foundation at CVPH has been helping to finance continuing education for registered nurses through a special in-house scholarship.
The War of 1812 Museum, operated by the Battle of Plattsburgh Association, will be ringing in the New Year with a new museum manager.
In his State-of-the-State speech Jan. 8, Cuomo proposed a wide array of initiatives — many of them targeting vital upstate issues.
SUNY Plattsburgh honored adjunct lecturers Dr. Andrew Black, Dr. Marco Turco and Nora Montanaro with the college’s Teaching Excellence Award for Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers this fall.
Seventy-three percent of 273 sheep and goat farmers responding to a Cornell survey indicated problems with barber pole worm, a major cause of death in small livestock.
119 Students from 14 Colleges Participate in 11th Annual Northeast Regional Dairy Challenge
The William H. Miner Agricultural Institute hosted a successful Northeast Regional Dairy Challenge that drew 119 students from 12 northeast colleges and two Canadian universities to Plattsburgh Oct. 31—Nov. 2.
North Country native Morgan Judkins has a passion for local history, and, now — thanks to a scholarship — she’ll be able to breathe a little easier while she pursues that passion.
Students at Mooers Elementary have given up their tradition of exchanging gifts, and instead have worked for weeks to raise food for the local food pantry.