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After daughter’s death, a Johnson family takes charge in fighting opioids

While struggling with opioid addiction, Jenna Tatro dreamed of starting an organization to help others in similar positions. After her death, her parents are realizing her vision.
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On border road, a barrier to entry marks a changing way of life

Heightened security measures have bolstered the area where the international boundary cuts through two villages and several houses. Barriers have gone up in recent years, officer patrols have increased and security cameras and technology use has risen. For residents, security changes on the northern border have reached the tipping point.
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Despite promises, some memory care residents are told to leave

Families of residents say the end-of-life care promises made by Spring Village went unkept, and allege that management is now forcing their parent or spouse to leave. The facility claims resident care needs exceed their state operating license.
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Decades later, Champlain Parkway construction finally nears

The original plans for the ill-fated Champlain Parkway were conceived four years before man landed on the moon. Lyndon B. Johnson was president. And the mayor now hoping to complete the project was yet to be born.
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