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Is it time to retire the Women’s March?

As the third annual Women’s March approaches, many are wondering if its time to move away from the fraught event. …read more Thank you Source: Politics – CNY Central

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More than 100 migrants die at sea in wreck off Libya, survivors say

pROME — More than 100 African migrants who set off in a rickety, inflatable dingy have died in a wreck off the Libyan coast, humanitarian workers said Saturday, in what was the deadliest such episode in recent months./ppThe scale of ...

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Uncertainty over N. Korea’s demands for denuclearization clouds talks

pSEOUL, South Korea – It is one of the central questions in the negotiations over North Korea’s nuclear program: What does Kim Jong Un want in return for giving up his weapons?/ppSpecifically, the issue is what Kim means by his ...

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Gunman wounded, ending hostage standoff at UPS facility in New Jersey

pPHILADELPHIA — A standoff between police and a gunman who took his ex-girlfriend and another woman hostage at a UPS facility in Gloucester County ended after about 3½ hours Monday, when the suspect was shot and wounded./ppThe hostages were not ...

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More than 160 Massena Memorial Hospital employees favor affiliation with Crouse and Claxton-Hepburn

pMASSENA — More than 160 employees at Massena Memorial Hospital say they support the hospital’s Board of Managers decision to affiliate with Crouse Hospital and Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center/North Star Health Alliance./ppIn addition, the hospital’s medical staff that had previously endorsed ...

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John E. Young, Jr. 84, of Carthage

John E. Young, Jr. 84, formerly of Mosher Road, Carthage, died Saturday, January 19, 2019 at the Lewis County Residential Health Care Facility in Lowville. …read more Thank you Source: WWNY

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Clifton H. Smith

pOn Saturday afternoon, January 19, 2019, Clifton H. Smith, 97, our uncle, a life long Theresa resident passed away at home surrounded with love and tears from us and his caretaker. He will be missed by all of us. He ...

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Calm heads, new CPR skills help two Walmart employees save a life

pLOWVILLE — “When I walked over, there was a man lying on the floor. He was purple and gray and I knew it wasn’t good.”/ppJustin Beyer, 21, who says only he’s from the middle of Tug Hill, had been CPR/AED ...

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Florida man charged with DWI in Le Ray

pLERAY — State police on Friday charged Dwayne A. Flowers, 33, Middleburg, Fla., with first-offense driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor./ppState police arrested Mr. Flowers at 10:31 p.m. on state Route 11 and released him on an appearance ticket./p …read more ...

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