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Adult Center offering free Thanksgiving dinner

SARANAC LAKE - Some 200 pounds of turkey will be served free of charge to anyone at the Saranac Lake Adult Center at 135 Broadway between noon and 3 p.m. today. More than 1,000 Thanksgiving meals have been served during the eight years that the event has taken place. About 60 percent of them are del

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-23 10:00:00

Get your Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day in the Tri-Lakes

The Bitters and Bones Turkey Trot, SaranacLake (Enterprise file photo - Lou Reuter) On Thanksgiving Day, there will be fundraising Turkey Trots in all three Tri-Lakes villages. Here is the information below: SARANACLAKE- Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot - The third annual Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot in


NCCC course designed to ease EMT shortage

SARANAC LAKE - North Country Community College will combat the regional shortage of emergency-medical technicians by offering a training course this spring. Emergency-services officials from both Essex and Franklin counties worked on the plan, which offers a six-credit course in basic ambulance serv


Horse camp owner accused of fraud

SARANAC LAKE - The co-owner of a popular horse camp, horse rescue and sleigh riding business in Lake Clear has been charged with felony grand larceny for allegedly defrauding a customer of more than $10,000 in August. State police arrested Natalia DeValinger of Adirondack Wild Horse Camp on Monda


Wilmington approves certain roads for snowmobile use

WILMINGTON, Vt. (AP) Wilmington officials say they want people to stay safe and for snowmobiles to stick to approved roads as snow begins to fall. The Wilmington Select Board has approved certain roads for snowmobile use at a Wednesday meeting after the board was asked to do so earlier this month.


October unemployment rates drop from last year in Jefferson and Lewis counties

The unemployment rates in October for Jefferson and Lewis counties dropped from the same time last year, but remained flat in St. Lawrence County. According to statistics released Nov. 21 by the state Department of Labor, Jefferson County last month had a rate of 5.4 percent, down from 5.7 percent

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-22 21:15:00

Numbers down at annual meal

PLATTSBURGH - It was the first time out for volunteers Patti Gero and her grandchildren, Sophia and Will, at the annual Thanksgiving meal Thursday at the Salvation Army in Plattsburgh. Gero directed them as they placed plastic-ware on tables draped with green cloths. "I think it's just important for

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-23 22:19:39

Not your grandpa's game anymore! Pickleball sees popularity skyrocket

To some, the name pickleball doesn't ring a bell, but the game looks very familiar. Pickleball used to be a popular alternative to tennis and other racquet sports as players age, but now younger fans are getting in on the game. Pickleball has been around for more than 50 years, but it's only become

AZFAMILY - 2017-11-23 02:00:00

So many want to adopt this husky pup, county says you'll need to apply

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AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-22 22:32:53

New center provides resources essential for transitioning military

With an estimated 532,000 veterans living in Arizona (11 percent of the population), it is in the communities' long-term best interest to help military men and women as they transition to civilian life. The VA Mental Health Services notes that rejoining a non-military community and interviewing for

GLENDALE STAR - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Lighted motorcycle parade one of Kick-Off Party treats

The Festival of Lights Kick-Off brings up to 20,000 people to the daylong festivities at Desert Foothills Park - many eager to watch the 17th annual Lighted Motorcycle Parade at dusk. FOL Chairwoman Janyce Hazlett said the parade solidifies community togetherness. Formerly known as the Harley-Davids

AHWATUKEE FOOTHILLS NEWS - 2017-11-24 12:05:00

Casteel's 3A football postseason run inspired by principal fighting cancer

Queen Creek Casteel football players wear a shield on their helmets with the initials "SL" on them. It stands for Sandy Lundberg, the woman who opened the Chandler district school a couple of years ago, who challenged the football team to win a state championship in its second year as a varsity team

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-22 15:38:55

Penzone to discuss Queen Creek law enforcement services at Nov. 28 town hall

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office has provided law enforcement services to the town of Queen Creek since its incorporation in 1989. As the community has grown, so have the services provided by MCSO. Residents are invited to learn more about Queen Creek law enforcement services and MCSO at a town hall


Pinal County Sheriff's Log, 11/21/17

The following people were booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center: Saturday Johnny Boggs, 49, state parole violation Michael Ramos, 34, failure to appear warrant Jillian Molina, 24, warrant Jaden Powell, 22, suspicion of possession of drug paraphernalia Lester Media Valle, 28, fugitive o


Dog rescued from Chandler family's backyard

CHANDLER, Ariz. (KSAZ) - It was a "ruff" day for a dog in the East Valley, as it had to be rescued from a large hole in a family's backyard. Crews from Chandler Fire, APS, and Southwest Gas were all at the home, located near Alma School and Chandler Boulevard, trying to free the trapped pup. Accordi

FOX10PHOENIX.COM - 2017-11-23 02:10:00

Christmas Tree farms in Hunt County to open for season

Christmas trees, like the one inside the Hunt County Courthouse, will soon be placed in homes across the area. Hunt County has a half-dozen farms which offer live Christmas trees.Brad Kellar | Herald-Banner As soon as the turkey leftovers are placed in the refrigerator, some area residents may be in

GREENVILLE HERALD-BANNER - 2017-11-23 12:45:00

FISH provides more than 1,000 meals this Thanksgiving

Hunt County Shared Ministries (FISH) helped more than 1,000 families have a Thanksgiving dinner this year. Volunteers through the "Hunt County Gives" program helped fill boxes featuring an assortment of nonperishable food items, including the basics for a holiday meal, including a frozen turkey. App

GREENVILLE HERALD-BANNER - 2017-11-23 12:30:00

Buckaroos' historic season ends with 21-14 playoff loss to Merkel

BROWNWOOD- Football season in Breckenridge came to an end after the Buckaroos suffered a 21-14 loss to Merkel in the opening round of the UIL playoffs. Following last week's upset victory over the top-ranked Brock Eagle, the Bucks lofty goal of a state championship seemed a reality until the Merkel

BRECKENRIDGEAMERICAN.COM - 2017-11-22 20:56:25

Proposed sports booster project sparks discussion

The Breckenridge Independent School District Board of Trustees discussed the logistics behind applying a vinyl spirit banner to be wrapped around two recently purchased buses, raising concerns and questions from board members. Breckenridge Mayor Jimmy McKay, who represented the sports booster club,

BRECKENRIDGEAMERICAN.COM - 2017-11-22 20:41:43

Local woman thanks firefighters for saving home

A Stephens County woman credited swift action by the Breckenridge Fire Department and the Hubbard Creek Fire Department for saving her home from a Sunday night blaze that gutted a nearby property. The Stephens County emergency personnel were dispatched to the Breezy Point area around 10:30 p.m. Sund

BRECKENRIDGEAMERICAN.COM - 2017-11-22 20:38:41