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BOCES capital project goes to voters

Darcy Burman's cosmetology classroom that will be expanded if the capital project gets voter approval. From left to right: Rose Burns, Kayley LaPierre, Morgan Streeter, Madison Vachon, Alyssa Whitney, Marissa Durham, and Kaylee Adams. (Enterprise photo - Glynis Hart) Zach Fredenburg, far right, an


Well water construction moves forward in Tupper

These 48-inch contact chlorination pipes will be used to treat water produced by the village's new wells. The well water will only require a third of the chemicals currently used to ensure safe drinking water. (Enterprise photo - Aaron Cerbone) A Danko Construction worker walks over the foundation


It takes a region for the 90-Miler

The 90-mile Adirondack Canoe Classic was held for the 35th year the weekend of Sept. 8 to 10. Two hundred sixty canoes, guideboats and kayaks started in Old Forge and over three days paddled their way through the Adirondack Forest Preserve to the cedar tree marking the finish line on Lake Flower in


Major Guess talks about his book

PLATTSBURGH - After successfully leading a 23-day manhunt for two convicted murderers who escaped from Clinton Correctional Facility two years ago, State Police Maj. Charles Guess was inclined not to write a book. That's when his wife, Eleanor, intervened. "She said, 'If you don't write it and tell

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-18 11:30:00

Lookback: Week of Sept. 18 to Sept. 25

In a surprise announcement at a Village Board meeting, Peacock said he will step down when he completes his 34th year as mayor in April. Several factors eased his decision, the mayor said, including the fact that the Lake Placid municipal electric company's contract with the Power Authority of the

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

A new leash on life

PLATTSBURGH - Dash, a 150-pound Great Dane and service dog, has rotated Scott Aubin's life 180 degrees. "She's a great tool for me, but she's a great tool for others, as well," said Aubin, who is a under a New York state contract as an instructor on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder awareness and suici

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-19 00:50:24

HOMETOWN COLUMN: Build it and she will wed

WHITEHALL - When Megan Boule started planning her wedding reception two years ago, she knew she wanted something unique, a venue no one had used before. She and her parents started searching and looked as far as Lake Placid. Her father Joe Rozell's mental calculator kept ticking as they received quo

POST-STAR - 2017-09-19 04:00:00

Lake Placid teen allegedly took gun, knife to school

LAKE PLACID - A Lake Placid teen is accused of bringing weapons to school. At around 10:30 a.m. Monday, Principal Dana Wood received information about a student who allegedly had a weapon, according to a statement sent to Lake Placid Central School District students' families. "The situation was imm

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-19 20:19:19

Lake Placid Kiwanis Club hosts Teddy Bear Picnic Sunday

2016 Teddy Bear Picnic parade (Photo provided) LAKE PLACID - Kiwanis Club of Lake Placid members are inviting families to enjoy a day at the Hillcrest Avenue park during their annual Teddy Bear Picnic, starting at 11:30 a.m. Sunday. "If you have bears, gently used, you can bring them to the NBT [Ba


Elderwood Uihlein at Lake Placid residents enjoyed supporting Relay for Life

Students from Mountain Lake Academy wheel residents of Elderwood Uihlein at Lake Placid around the Olympic Speedskating Oval Saturday at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life in Lake Placid. (Photo provided) To the editor: Our team had a great time supporting American Cancer Society Relay for


Lake Placid appoints new village clerk

Newly appointed Lake Placid village Clerk Anita Estling, right, poses for a photo with retiring Clerk Ellen Clark after Estling was formally appointed to the position at the village's Board of Trustees meeting Monday evening. (Enterprise photo - Antonio Olivero) LAKE PLACID - This village's Board o


Lake Placid judge shocks board by resigning

Justice William Hulshoff (Enterprise photo - Antonio Olivero) LAKE PLACID - Judge William Hulshoff verbally submitted his resignation as village justice at the start of the Lake Placid Board of Trustees meeting Monday afternoon, surprising the village's mayor, attorney and each trustee in attendanc


Helen Clifford, Formerly of West Parishville

Helen Clifford passed away Thursday 9/14 with her beloved grandchildren at her side. Helen was born on 7/4/1930 in Standish, NY to Guy C. And Elizabeth (LaFountain) Coolidge. Helen's father worked construction therefore she lived and attended schools in a number of places including Brainardsville,NY

WWNYTV.COM - 2017-09-17 05:58:00

Property Transfers: Essex County

Here's a list of land transactions in Essex County from April 24 to 28, 2017. The buyer, the seller, the community where the property is located and the sale price (listed in that order) were culled from documents at the Essex County Clerk's office. To Warren Haseltine III and Joyce B. Haseltine fro

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-09-17 07:00:00

Ex-trooper sentenced to 10 days in jail, probation in handcuffed drowning

Former Missouri Highway Patrol Trooper Anthony Piercy received a sentence of 10 days in jail and two years supervised probation in connection with the drowning death of Brandon Ellingson. Judge Roger Martin Prokes handed down the sentence, which also includes a $300 fine, during a Tuesday afternoon

FULTON SUN - 2017-09-19 20:23:42

Obituary: Darrell Lee "Bo" Ranabargar

Darrell Lee "Bo" Ranabargar, 78, of Centertown, passed away on Wednesday, September 13, 2017, at Adams Street Place, Jefferson City, Missouri. He was born on February 12, 1939, in Eldon, the son of the late Earl Stanley and Pearl Edna (Ackres) Ranabargar. He was united in marriage on February 8, 19


Marine veteran describes Okinawa experience in Vietnam War

The Vietnam War was a pervasive reality for young men of the draft age, such as Glen Stubinger, who graduated from Russellville High School in 1967. For a couple of years after finishing high school, he was able to continue in the exhausting work on his family's farm through a draft deferment; howev


Visitors encouraged at Moniteau Care

Democrat photo/Michelle Brooks Dennis Norvell, a resident at Moniteau Care Center, was visited by his mother, Kaye Dowell, Versailles, and aunt Peggy Simmers, Clarksburg, during the center's Community Pancake Breakfast Sept. 7. Pancakes topped with strawberries or syrup were being served up the morn

CALIFORNIADEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-09-17 05:25:41

MU Extension will be conducting Master Gardener training

A University of Missouri Extension Master Gardener Course will be held in Versailles starting Sept. 28. One will receive 30 hours of instruction in plant growth, flowers, woody ornamentals, turf, vegetables, fruits, soils, insects, disease prevention and landscaping. Training is taught by MU Extensi

CALIFORNIADEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-09-17 05:26:06

Russellville to open yard waste site

A grand opening celebration for the City of Russellville's new Yard Waste Disposal Site will be 9-11 a.m. Oct. 7 at 13929 Jefferson Road. Residents who drop off material that day will be entered into the drawing for a $25 gift certificate to Lowes. To use the site, one must reside within the city li

CALIFORNIADEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-09-17 05:25:40