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Sun Community News & Printing Sun Community News & Printing offers local, community-based news and information to residents throughout the local Champlain Valley/Adirondack region of northern NYS, and Vermont.
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Denton Publications Inc, now publicly known as Sun Community News & Printing (or simply The Sun), was founded in Elizabethtown, New York in 1948 by William Denton. Working out of his garage, with a small print shop and family members as his staff, Mr. Denton began publishing the Valley News. Today, from that humble beginning, the company has grown to employ a staff of over 60 dedicated professionals. We operate out of an 18,000 square foot production facility in Elizabethtown, New York and serves the region with seven targeted distribution newspapers throughout northeastern New York State along with a quarterly lifestyle magazine; North Country Living Magazine. Despite the steady growth of our company we still operate under some very simple guidelines; quality work, personalized customer service and fair pricing. Through our vibrant print products delivered free via the US Postal Service to over 63,000 homes in the region, and our online offerings; website, mobile and social media, we are able to provide the valuable, ultra-local hometown news from our communities and make that information available world wide. Our distribution news network is no longer based on a weekly cycle but active 24 hours a day, seven days a week. While many community news organizations have reduced their services over the past few years, Sun Community News continues to expand and provide new opportunities to local businesses to market their goods and services. Sun Community News is committed to the economic health of the region and is constantly providing new methods for local businesses to reach their customers with nationally acclaimed products like North Country Living Magazine, front page sticky notes and other unique services designed to serve both reader and advertiser alike. Aside from our news products, our northern office in Plattsburgh also manages the largest digital LED billboard, in one of the most heavily traffic intersections in the city. In addition to our community publications, we are also the region's largest commercial web printer. Our printing plant is capable of everything imaginable in a cold set printing environment. The production department is anchored by a highly skilled staff working with a 17 unit Goss Community Press and the associated equipment that allows us to fulfill a wide variety of printing needs. We now offer a full array of digital design services, full color digital printing, mailing and delivery services to meet the needs of our loyal customers. The real secret to the long term success of our firm continues to be the quality and experience of our staff. Our employee contributions to the United Way of the Adirondack Region ranks annually among the top 20 firms in the three county region proving our commitment goes well beyond self. Regardless of the task, the hours or the difficulty of the job, our dedicated team really does make the difference. Many firms make that claim; we hope you'll have an opportunity to learn first hand why we are so proud of the team we've assembled and why our customers repeatedly sing their praises. They truly are the very best and we are extremely proud of every one of them! In closing, please allow me to extend a warm invitation to tour our facilities or to further discuss the use of our resources to enhance your opportunities in our region. Please feel free to contact us at any time. Headquarters Ph. (518) 873-6368 P.O. Box 338 14 Hand Avenue Elizabethtown, New York 12932 Northern Office Ph. (518) 561-9680 178 Broad Street, Suite 10 Plattsburgh, New York 12901 Southern Office Ph. (518) 585-9173 102 Montcalm Street, Suite 2 Ticonderoga, New York 12883 Vermont Office Ph. (802) 388-6397 16 Creek Road, Suite 5A Middlebury, Vermont 05753

New leadership at North Country SPCA
06/07/2020
New leadership at North Country SPCA

New leadership at North Country SPCA

ELIZABETHTOWN | After spending years fostering orphan animals and volunteering for the North Country SPCA, Wendy Beeman is now the agency's new executive director.

Parade salutes Saranac graduates
06/07/2020
Parade salutes Saranac graduates

Parade salutes Saranac graduates

In an inspirational display of support, Saranac Central seniors were escorted on a community parade by local firefighters, teachers, law enforcement and state and national representatives.

Vermont: Staying safe in the wake of viruses, rioting, looting
06/07/2020
Vermont: Staying safe in the wake of viruses, rioting, looting

Vermont: Staying safe in the wake of viruses, rioting, looting

In order to determine the most secure states, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 53 key metrics. The data set ranges from the state's coronavirus support to assaults per capita and the unemployment rate.

Vergennes woman flees crash scene
06/07/2020
Vergennes woman flees crash scene

Vergennes woman flees crash scene

NEW HAVEN | On May 29, at approximately 6:52 p.m., troopers from the Vermont State Police New Haven Barracks responded to U.S. Route 7 in the vicinity of River Road in New Haven for a report of a two-vehicle crash.

Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor
06/06/2020
Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor

Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor

PLATTSBURGH | Having cultivated a reputation for opposing the centrally-located “Durkee project”, the Plattsburgh Citizens Coalition (PCC) has made good on its promise to build a lawsuit against the city and for its handling of Plattsburgh’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) awarded in ...

Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor
06/06/2020
Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor

Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor

PLATTSBURGH | Having cultivated a reputation for opposing the centrally-located “Durkee project”, the Plattsburgh Citizens Coalition (PCC) has made good on its promise to build a lawsuit against the city and for its handling of Plattsburgh’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) awarded in ...

PLATTSBURGH  |  Having cultivated a reputation for opposing the centrally-located “Durkee project”, the Plattsburgh Citi...
06/06/2020
Legal action: PCC sues city, mayor

PLATTSBURGH | Having cultivated a reputation for opposing the centrally-located “Durkee project”, the Plattsburgh Citizens Coalition (PCC) has made good on its promise to build a lawsuit against the city and for its handling of Plattsburgh’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) awarded in 2016.

PLATTSBURGH | Having cultivated a reputation for opposing the centrally-located “Durkee project”, the Plattsburgh Citizens Coalition (PCC) has made good on its promise to build a lawsuit against the city and for its handling of Plattsburgh’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) awarded in ...

Local Bald Eagle populations soaring
06/06/2020
Local Bald Eagle populations soaring

Local Bald Eagle populations soaring

DEC says there are 30 known active territories in the Adirondacks with at least two nesting sites in Clinton County.

NCCS announces Pre-K and kindergarten registration
06/06/2020
NCCS announces Pre-K and kindergarten registration

NCCS announces Pre-K and kindergarten registration

CHAMPLAIN | Registration for Northeastern Clinton Central School's 2020-2021's universal Pre-K and kindergarten programs have officially opened.

Reopening continues in Ticonderoga
06/06/2020
Reopening continues in Ticonderoga

Reopening continues in Ticonderoga

TICONDEROGA | Ticonderoga businesses and government are continuing to open at a measured pace, as the economic shutdown slowly recedes and the region gets back to something more resembling normal.

Removing Middlebury's Merchants Row bridge
06/06/2020
Removing Middlebury's Merchants Row bridge

Removing Middlebury's Merchants Row bridge

MIDDLEBURY | Old London Bridge fell down in 1034 A.D., during a Viking attack, and its more famous successor, New London Bridge, ended up being disassembled and reassmbled in Arizona in 1971.

Vermont World War II B-17 pilot turns 100
06/05/2020
Vermont World War II B-17 pilot turns 100

Vermont World War II B-17 pilot turns 100

Layn distinguished himself as co-pilot of B-17 Flying Fortress bomber during World War II. Layn took part in the Schweinfurt–Regensburg mission

BLM demonstration comes to Upper Jay
06/05/2020
BLM demonstration comes to Upper Jay

BLM demonstration comes to Upper Jay

This was not the first time a crowd in Jay had assembled to agitate for social justice. In 1850, churchgoers met to plan their resistance to the nation's Fugitive Slave Law that made it easier for Southerners to come north and reclaim what they saw as their property.

06/05/2020

To The Editor: During this time of the Coronavirus pandemic crisis.: During this time of the Coronavirus pandemic crisis, it's easy to lose sight of the fact that our overall future & well-being is most dependent on protecting our environment & addressing CLIMATE CHANGE. http://suncmty.news/RY1Rwc

Man shot in Starksboro
06/05/2020
Man shot in Starksboro

Man shot in Starksboro

STARKSBORO | The Vermont State Police is investigating a shooting that occurred Friday morning, May 29, 2020, in Starksboro that left a man with non-life-threatening injuries.

Firefighters boost morale for Saranac Central students
06/04/2020
Firefighters boost morale for Saranac Central students

Firefighters boost morale for Saranac Central students

Middle School Principal Katie Francisco said the safety-program prizes will be used for students in all grade levels and was originally slated to go toward end-of-the-year celebrations, but will now be incorporated into the district's fall activities.

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Denton Publications Inc, now publicly known as Sun Community News & Printing (or simply The Sun), was founded in Elizabethtown, New York in 1948 by William Denton. Working out of his garage, with a small print shop and family members as his staff, Mr. Denton began publishing the Valley News. Today, from that humble beginning, the company has grown to employ a staff of over 60 dedicated professionals. We operate out of an 18,000 square foot production facility in Elizabethtown, New York and serves the region with seven targeted distribution newspapers throughout northeastern New York State along with a quarterly lifestyle magazine; North Country Living Magazine. Despite the steady growth of our company we still operate under some very simple guidelines; quality work, personalized customer service and fair pricing. Through our vibrant print products delivered free via the US Postal Service to over 63,000 homes in the region, and our online offerings; website, mobile and social media, we are able to provide the valuable, ultra-local hometown news from our communities and make that information available world wide. Our distribution news network is no longer based on a weekly cycle but active 24 hours a day, seven days a week. While many community news organizations have reduced their services over the past few years, Sun Community News continues to expand and provide new opportunities to local businesses to market their goods and services. Sun Community News is committed to the economic health of the region and is constantly providing new methods for local businesses to reach their customers with nationally acclaimed products like North Country Living Magazine, front page sticky notes and other unique services designed to serve both reader and advertiser alike. Aside from our news products, our northern office in Plattsburgh also manages the largest digital LED billboard, in one of the most heavily traffic intersections in the city. In addition to our community publications, we are also the region's largest commercial web printer. Our printing plant is capable of everything imaginable in a cold set printing environment. The production department is anchored by a highly skilled staff working with a 17 unit Goss Community Press and the associated equipment that allows us to fulfill a wide variety of printing needs. We now offer a full array of digital design services, full color digital printing, mailing and delivery services to meet the needs of our loyal customers. The real secret to the long term success of our firm continues to be the quality and experience of our staff. Our employee contributions to the United Way of the Adirondack Region ranks annually among the top 20 firms in the three county region proving our commitment goes well beyond self. Regardless of the task, the hours or the difficulty of the job, our dedicated team really does make the difference. Many firms make that claim; we hope you'll have an opportunity to learn first hand why we are so proud of the team we've assembled and why our customers repeatedly sing their praises. They truly are the very best and we are extremely proud of every one of them! In closing, please allow me to extend a warm invitation to tour our facilities or to further discuss the use of our resources to enhance your opportunities in our region. Please feel free to contact us at any time. Headquarters Ph. (518) 873-6368 P.O. Box 338 14 Hand Avenue Elizabethtown, New York 12932 Northern Office Ph. (518) 561-9680 178 Broad Street, Suite 10 Plattsburgh, New York 12901 Southern Office Ph. (518) 585-9173 102 Montcalm Street, Suite 2 Ticonderoga, New York 12883 Vermont Ph. (802) 388-6397 Middlebury, Vermont 05753

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Birthday Cards for a WWII Veteran Alfred “Alfie” Kurtz is turning 100 years young on July 29th. With the Covid-19 pandemic, Alfie has been staying close to home, which has been difficult for him and his wife. He is a member of my American Legion Post 551 and we would like to make his birthday extra special. Anyone who can send this sweet gentleman a birthday card or a thoughtful note, would really make his day. So let’s set up a Mail Call for him: Alfred or Alfie Kurtz 7349 Route 9 Elizabethtown, New York 12932 He used to love to go to the Post Office every day to get his mail. He hasn’t been able to since the pandemic started. Let’s fill his mailbox and give him lots of birthday cards and messages from all over the country! Let’s make this 100th birthday one to remember.
*please read and share* Im in disbelief as to what has happen recently. My 14 year old sister Kaelyn, has been diagnosed with a developmental disorder that impacts her social skills and recently was hospitalized. If you know Kaelyn, she is a very kind hearted, smart girl who is on the high honor roll while taking advance classes. Kaelyn has been looking forward to the Drama Club all year,due to COVID it was a little different. Kaelyn was still very excited to continue Drama rehearsals over Zoom, but was also a little bit nervous. Within the Drama club, there is a convict FELON who has came to OUR home to harass her, they have also harassed her on several other occasions. Their child who is also in the Drama Club harasses my sister inside and outside of school. Over the course of these zoom meetings, this convicted FELON would put these unacceptable jabs in aimed at Kaelyn. Of course Kaelyn knew that these unnecessary comments were pointed at her, which made her very anxious. You're probably wondering what the director of this program did to prevent this from happening again. The director addressed this issue by telling my sister that she couldn't be apart of this years play, but she would get a free t-shirt from it. The director picked an ADULT who is a convicted FELON, over a 14 year old little girl who attends school. Kaelyn has been discriminated against by not only by the Drama Club but also the school, all because she has a developmental disorder, something that she can't control.The school had failed to protect my sister from not only a child bully, but also an ADULT bully. The school has also failed to include my sister in her Drama club and other activities that she enjoys because of her developmental disorder. As a senior in a social work program, I am in disbelief of how a school can do this to my sister who has a developmental disorder. This drives me to take a career path that would let me be a voice for not only my sister, but any child that also has a developmental disorder.
We are happy to announce that our annual Fundraiser Dual Meet Tournament will be held at Spartan Arena in Rutland, Vermont on May 2nd. We have also added an Individual Tournament in May 3rd. We are seeking sponsors for the event. If you are interested in one of our sponsor tiers, please contact tournament director Jeff Whitesell at 802-688-5611. Event Sponsor - Naming Rights to this year's event: $2,500 - Event will be referenced to as the "2020 (Sponsor Name) - Spartan Duals" - SPONSOR NAME name on Banner outside of main entrance - SPONSOR NAME on front/Logo of T-Shirt given to each member of the winning team of each division. Snack Shack Sponsor- : $1,000 - SPONSOR NAME on a Banner at the Snack Shack -SPONSOR NAME on board inside the main entrance, listing all sponsors. Weigh-Ins Sponsor - :$1,000 -SPONSOR NAME on board inside the main entrance, listing all sponsors. Head Table Sponsor - :$1,000 - SPONSOR NAME on a Banner at the head table -SPONSOR NAME on board inside the main entrance, listing all sponsors. Mat Sponsor - :$500 per mat ( 9 Mats)[One mat would be sponsored by the company making banners and signage] -SPONSOR NAME on Banner on the table at each mat (approximate size 4'x2') Donations of lesser value are always appreciated or if your interested in competing let us know.
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The Sherman Free Library is sponsoring the Annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, December 7, 2019, from 10 am to 2 pm at the Mineville VFW. Crafts will be featured with a Bake Sale, Basket raffle, White Elephant Table. In addition, lunch will be available. The Mineville VFW is located on 70 Raymond Wright Ave; Mineville, New York 12956 For any questions, please call the Sherman Free Library in Port Henry at (518) 546 7461.
Thank you for going back to the bigger word search, the past couple weeks of Word Searches that consisted of 10 or so words was so boring
Adirondack Lanes in Ticonderoga has been closed since April due to a dispute over an insurance claim. This is newsworthy. This is newsworthy: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10156816216566871&id=177020766870
We are opening up a Brazilian Jiujitsu school in the ADK region! We have a free event August 4th for all ages and experience levels, we would love to meet and greet with you all 💜🥰 Please come out, have a good time, and learn about the upcoming classes we will be hosting in Au Sable Forks! Womens Self Defense, Kids classes, Adult classes as well as Group! ADK BJJ
I look forward to the arrival of “The Sun” in the mail every week. My compliments to the author of Mr. Munk‘s story. I look forward to reading the next installment. Keep up the good work.
Truck wreck on North Main St. Port Henry