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Claxton-Hepburn donation

The Putney-Martin-Chaudhry family recently donated masks and supplied flowers to staff at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center. ‘Such a beautiful reminder of what it means to be North Country strong,’ said CHMC Interim Executive Director of Marketing and External Relations Amanda Hitterman.

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MASSENA -- The Board of Education's Facilities Committee is considering allowing high school seniors to pay for a personal parking spot and decorate it for their last year of school. "All the nuances of that are being vetted through the administration," committee chair Kevin Perretta said. "It would be a set part of the parking lot, and they'd pay for a space and decorate it with their families... Read More >>
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CANTON -- The Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton is calling for nominations for their annual Rachel Somers Grant Social Action Award. Every June the church recognizes a person in the wider North Country community with this award. The award serves to honor individuals who: • Promote local grassroots efforts as a means of achieving social change • Advocate on behalf of social justice,... Read More >>