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  1. Plattsburgh, Keene struggle with aftershocks of racist jokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 8 | North County Public Radio

    SUNY Plattsburgh has seen a series of angry protests his winter. Students of color on campus say they often feel unwelcome, even threatened.


  2. Canton basketball playoff games canceled as winter storm approachesRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 7 | North Country Now

    Both the Canton Central girls and boys' basketball games scheduled for this evening at SUNY Plattsburgh have been postponed until tomorrow evening, Thursday, March 8. Given the winter weather advisory for the Canton area and the winter storm warning for the Plattsburgh area, the basketball playoff games have been canceled for tonight, school officials said.


  3. Canton basketball games postponedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 7 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    The basketball playoffs for both the Canton girls and boys basketball teams scheduled for this evening at SUNY Plattsburgh have been postponed until Thursday.


  4. White supremacist flyers, leaflets circulated in PlattsburghRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 6 | North County Public Radio

    Part of a leaflet that has been making the rounds in the City of Plattsburgh, directing people to a neo-Nazi podcast. Flyers promoting a white supremacist group appeared in downtown Plattsburgh this week.


  5. Much like Google, now the New York Times revealed to be populated by...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 5 |

    If you read Natural News on a regular basis, you know that Google is full of radical leftists and social justice warriors that hate everything related to President Trump and conservatism. Now, it appears as though the New York Times is replete with fragile snowflakes as well that get offended and "triggered" by just about everything under the sun.


  6. Wolfpack stopped by Whitehall, 71-60, in Class D championshipRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 4 | Recorder

    The Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Wolfpack's road to a second Section II Class D boys basketball final in the past three years was paved with defense.


  7. Janet Smitelli hopes to 'get things done' in AlbanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 2 | Times Beacon Record

    Janet Smitelli says she has a reputation for getting things done. The longtime Huntington native has developed youth programs in Costa Rica; been a park ranger at the Grand Canyon; served as an assistant Scoutmaster for local Boy Scout Troops; taught Sunday school; and, for more than 30 years, fought to protect residents as a civil litigator.


  8. SUNY Plattsburgh faculty back students - but defer talk of resignationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 1 | University Business

    The SUNY Plattsburgh Faculty Senate on Tuesday approved a series of recommendations designed to support the college administration's anti-racism efforts on campus, but stopped short of offering support for students' call for three college administrators to resign.


  9. High school boys basketball: Canton, Harrisville will play for Section 10 Overall crownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 28 | Watertown Daily Times

    After making strong bids at claiming NYSPHSAA tournament championships last winter, the Canton and Harrisville boys basketball teams set the stage for a Section 10 Overall Championship rematch Tuesday night after pulling away to semifinal wins at SUNY Potsdam's Jerry Welsh Gymnasium. Canton , which reached the NYSPHSAA Class B final last winter, and Harrisville , which fell short in overtime in the Class D semis, square off the Section 10 Overall final Friday at Jerry Welsh Gym starting at 8 p.m. before moving on to their respective state tournaments starting next week.


  10. Women in Private Equity to Know: Elizabeth BurgessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 23 | JD Supra

    The interview below is part of a year-long effort by McGuireWoods to profile women leaders in private equity. To read previous profiles, click here .


  11. Two Democrats drop out of NY-21 raceRead the original story

    Friday Feb 23 | North County Public Radio

    Photo: Zach Hirsch Two Democratic candidates for the North Country's House seat dropped out of the race on Thursday. Tanya Boone from Granville and Sara Idleman from Greenwich - both in Washington County - opted out of the crowded primary.


  12. SUNY Potsdam faces Plattsburgh in first NEWHL playoff openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 22 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    The SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team will head to top-seeded SUNY Plattsburgh as the fourth seed in the first ever Northeast Women's Hockey League Playoffs at 3 p.m. Saturday. For the second straight season, the Bears tied their single-season record for wins with 12. Potsdam has used balanced scoring this season, with seven players accounting for the bulk of the offense.


  13. City is in crisis - and the mayor knows itRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | Denton Publications

    The mood at City Hall is dark. Both residents and City of Plattsburgh Mayor Colin Read need to chart a more sustainable course forward.


  14. Sender of an offensive Snapchat message is no longer a student at SUNY PlattsburghRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | North County Public Radio

    The SUNY Plattsburgh student who wrote an offensive social media message is no longer enrolled at the college, according to a campus official who emailed North Country Public Radio late Tuesday. The message was about lynching African Americans.


  15. SUNY Plattsburgh, students meet following protestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | Denton Publications

    Hundreds of students packed SUNY Plattsburgh's Warren Ballroom on Friday to confront the college administration and share frustrations over what they perceive as a lack of action after a white student's racist SnapChat message was made public. In an emotional forum that lasted nearly three hours, students renewed their call for the college's president, John Ettling, to resign for his alleged "lack of proactive action."


  16. Fed up with racism on campus, SUNY Plattsburgh students tell college officials to resignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 19 | North County Public Radio

    An offensive social media message has sparked outrage and protests at SUNY Plattsburgh. On Snapchat, a student wrote a message about lynching African Americans.


  17. SUNY Plattsburgh Students Protest Racist Snapchat PhotoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | Teen Vogue

    "I sat there for a good 10 minutes just looking at it and wondering 'why would someone write this?'" she said. "I then got angry and wanted her to get penalized...this girl only sat two seats ahead of me in my statistics class the day before."


  18. SUNY Plattsburgh students protest racist social media postRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | WCAX-TV Burlington

    The photo originally sent to a small group of friends back in January read: "Lynching N---- Tonight." One person in that group took a screenshot and posted for all to see two weeks later.


  19. Palmer, Harrington to wedRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 15 | Hamilton County News

    Michael and Pamela Palmer of Hope, N.Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Malinda Ann Palmer, to Seth Harrington, the son of the late Eugene Harrington and Catherine Page of Lake Pleasant, N.Y. Palmer is a graduate of Wells Central School 2008. She received a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from SUNY Plattsburgh in 2012.


  20. Eye on the ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 14, 2018 | Denton Publications

    The Rhythm Future Quartet will take the stage at the Saranac Methodist Church on March 4 at 3 p.m. This Boston-based gypsy jazz troupe is expected to perform a mix of originals and classics, including songs from Django Reinhardt and Cole Porter. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. A donation of $15 per person is suggested.