A New President, A New Plan

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Ty A. Stone poses in front of the John W. Deans Collaborative Learning Center on Jefferson Community College Campus.

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Tough Decisions, Positive Results: Carthage Area Hospital shows profit after years of restructuring and reorganizing strategic plan

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Rich Duval CEO at Carthage Area Hospital.

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Serving the North Country: CCE of Jefferson County isn’t just about agriculture; programs serve thousands of residents.

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Kevin Jordan, executive director of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County

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June 20 Questions: Josh LaFave

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Joshua J. LaFave, Executive Director of Graduate and Continuing Education.

The St. Lawrence Leadership Institute has restarted after a six-year break. The program is run by the St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with SUNY Potsdam. NNY Business sat down with Josh LaFave, executive director of graduate and continuing education at SUNY Potsdam and discussed his work with the Leadership Institute and it’s path forward.

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May 20 Questions: Jeff Garnsey

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Growing up along the St. Lawrence River, Jeff Garnsey comes from a long line of outdoor guides and navigators. Today, after 26 years of serving with the U.S. Navy, he is fufilling his dream of continuing the family tradition and is a master captain and guide operating Garnsey’s Classic Island Cruises throughout the Thousand Islands region. We spoke with Mr. Garnsey about his career path and life on the water.

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April 20 Questions: A Rich Life of Giving

AMANDA MORRISON / NNY BUSINESS DPAO founder recalls service to community and lasting impacts

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March 20 Questions: USO Fort Drum Karen Clark

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Her journey began on a path of educting the young minds in the classroom, but it wasn’t long until she found herself relocating from Florida to Fort Drum and reinventing her career from the ground up.

     Karen Clark’s passion exudes enthusiasm and compassion for those who serve our country abroad and at home.

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February 20 Questions: Eric Virkler

 

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Saving a river: Plan 2014 seen as major win for St. Lawrence River dwellers

AMANDA MORRISON / NNY BUSINESS

A long-awaited and much-debated plan to regulate water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River was adopted by the U.S. and Canadian governments Dec. 8. Clayton’s Save the River was among the groups that pushed for nearly two decades for an updated regulation strategy. We sat down with the organization’s executive director, Lee Willbanks, to talk about the environmental and economic impacts of Plan 2014.

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November 2016 20 Questions: The fruits of family

For Burrville’s Steiners, lasting success comes down to good genes

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steiner1For the past 21 seasons, something special has happened in Burrville that involves one close-knit family and lot of apples. It’s where apple cider and doughnuts are happily married and old traditions continue while new ones are born. For legions of north country residents, autumn wouldn’t be autumn without a few sips of nature’s sweetness at Burrville Cider Mill. We sit down this month with Tina L. Steiner, the matriarch of the current generation of Steiners who, since 1996, have owned and operated the mill.


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