Healing Hands: Nursing degree provides economic wellness and health

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Megan Finucane, left, and Katie O’Brien, right, sisters who both work in the Intensive Care Unit at Samaritan Medical Center, pose for a portrait inside an empty patient room at Samaritan. Both went through Jefferson Community College’s nursing program and O’Brien is a nursing instructor at the college.

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Questions Remain: How effective and efficient is the Excelsior Scholarship Program?

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Students walk through the lobby of the Jules Center during the first day of classes at Jefferson Community College.

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Canton Engineering Degree Debuts: Mechatronics Program

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Assistant Professor J. Miles Canino, right, discusses a sensor developed by the Mechatronics program with Mechanical Engineering major Andrew Fitch.

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Thinking, Making and Igniting Inspiration

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Managing Director of Clarkson Ignite Erin Draper checks out notes students have written on the walls of the Studio classroom.

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Preventative Measures: Area hospitals maintain community health through educational outreach

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Taylour Scanlin poses outside of the Carthage Area Hospital Health Fair, held at the Farmers Market Pavillion.

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Medical Marijuana: Dispensary official talks treatment

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Northern New York’s Opioid Crisis: What is the cost as the epidemic continues to grow?

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Depending on insurance policies, a person requesting a naloxone or narcan kit at the pharmacy could be provided with one of several options.

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Medicare vs. Medicaid: Defining coverage options in nny

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Matthew Wiley of the Jefferson County Office of the Aging.

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A new venture: Zenda Farms Preserve

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Thousand Islands Land Trust’s Zenda Farm Preserve.

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The Dairy Debate: When and how will the industry change?

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A few Dairy cows drink some water off of W. Martinsburg Road in Lowville.

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