Common Core Changes: After months of criticism from parents and teachers, New York’s state Board of Regents delays the full implementation of the new Common Core standards. Many parents and educators say the move does little to address their concerns.
Candidates Chosen: Both Republican & Democratic Chairs from the North Country choose their candidates to run for Northern New York’s seat in Congress.
New Visitors Policy: Some visitors are being kept away from the CVPH maternity ward out of concern over the spread of a respiratory virus.
Hamlin Wins Bronze: Lake Placid Olympian Erin Hamlin slides her way into the record books winning the bronze medal at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
When Men and Mountains Meet: How different would the Park look today? Historian and Author Glenn Pearsall shares new stories of the many attempts to settle and industrialize the Adirondacks after the American Revolution.
Celebrating Pete Seeger: A special tribute and concert to honor legendary folk singer Pete Seeger will be held in Plattsburgh February 21st. We talk with Rik Palieri, one of the musicians performing.
Adventure Plates: New York plans to issue new lifetime hunting and fishing licenses and passes to New York State Parks. Those who buy them will get new “adventure” license plates that promote the outdoors and tourism. To see New York’s new Adventure License Plates and learn more click here.
Making a Comeback: Jack LaDuke will tell us about a revival underway at the Whallonsburg Grange Hall in the Adirondacks. To Learn more visit www.thegrangehall.info.