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Life-long equestrian doesn’t let MS slow her down

CLINTON — Native Clintonian Mary Jordan broke records when she became the first person with relapsing multiple sclerosis to compete in the highest-level dressage competition in the country — for the third time. Lifelong equestrian, mother and MS advocate Jordan, along with her horse Rubicon 75, competed at the U.S. Dressage Finals Nov. 8-11 at the Kentucky Horse Park in... 2:40pm 11/14/18

Kirkland officer saves woman and dog from house fire

CLINTON — The call to county 9-1-1 came over the police scanner for a structure fire on Fountain Street, and Officer Shawn Occhipinti was on duty in the area last Saturday morning. With every Kirkland Police patrol car equipped with a fire extinguisher, Occhipinti said he responded to the house, grabbed the extinguisher and quickly made his way to the front door. “The call... 4:00pm 11/07/18

Residents to vote on proposed capital project Nov. 13

WESTMORELAND — After some “soul searching” when a capital project proposal failed approval by district voters back in February, Westmoreland Central School Superintendent Rocco J. Migliori said the current $7.4 million capital project proposal is divided into “four scopes” of needed work inside the district’s buildings. The proposal was presented to community members Oct. 30... 4:00pm 11/07/18

Middle school teacher heading to NYC to speak with Kwame Alexander

CLINTON — Seventh grade Clinton Middle School teacher Sarah Gaetano is headed to New York to speak on poet and children’s fiction writer Kwame Alexander’s Facebook talk show. Alexander made a recent visit to Clinton Central School to give a presentation and talk with middle and high school students. His book “The Crossover” won the 2015 Newbery Medal recognizing the year’s... 4:00pm 10/31/18