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MALONE — The University of Vermont Health Network’s Alice Hyde Medical Center has been on the receiving end of a full year of community support and generosity throughout 2021 and is extending its gratitude.

Advocates and prison staff continue to clash over the catalyst stoking spiking violent assaults in state facilities, increasing pressure on officials to take action after correction department leaders threatened incarcerated New Yorkers with additional consequences this week to curb assaults.

ST. REGIS FALLS — The instrumental music teacher at St. Regis Falls Central School, Joseph Ianaconi, was commended on Oct. 13 by the New York State School Music Association with the Early Career Achievement Award.

MALONE — Amid the challenges of a season impacted by the U.S.-Canadian border closure, Malone’s golf course still had a positive summer, according to the course’s president.

MALONE — An announcement was made Monday by Franklin County District Attorney Craig Carriero that police agencies across the county will be working with STOP-DWI coordinators in special efforts to bring awareness to the dangers of impaired driving.

MALONE — During a Franklin County meeting Thursday, District 7 Legislator Lindy Ellis provided updates on the existing momentum for better internet access in more rural areas across the county.

AKWESASNE — The White House Tribal Nations Summit was held Tuesday for tribal leaders, such as St. Regis Mohawk Tribal Chief Beverly Kiohawiton Cook, to participate in an administration listening session with senior government officials.

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BURKE — Foothills EMS Ambulance Services initiated full operational status as a corporation in June after two years of planning and preparation.

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MALONE — The Franklin County Public Health Department will hold a school-orientated COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday, at St. Andre Bessette Outreach Center, 12 Homestead Park.

MALONE — After over 500 absentee ballots were counted by Franklin County election officials Monday afternoon, unofficial election results point to the county’s current district attorney filling a seat on the Franklin County Court.