Business briefs: July 27, 2014
Awards bestowed; Appreciation Day; Recognition received; Certification earned.
- Of Interest: Saturday, July 26, 2014 Take a look at brief news of note around the North Country.
- Editorial: It's all right here, or not far away The North Country has the good fortune to reside right in the middle of some very impressive, world-class venues.
Not good enough for White House
It was quite a surprise when I got an email earlier this week, telling me I was not welcome in the White House, columnist Steve Ouellette writes.
Good organizations lack drama
Groups that accomplish their objectives do so with a minimum of distraction and politics, focusing instead on creativity and a dynamic vision, according to columnist Colin Read.
Bee balm a beautiful garden herb
Not only to the flowers add color to the summer landscape, the plant has a long history of medicinal and herbal use, according to columnist Richard Gast.
Jim Adams to compete in his 16th Ironman Lake Placid.
- Athletes set for 16th edition of Ironman Lake Placid The professionals will get started at 6:20 a.m. with the age-group athletes will begin at 6:30 a.m. using a rolling start during today's Ironman Lake Placid.
- Gonyo, Quenneville split NMCS races at Airborne Vince Quenneville Jr. gets past Jamey "Speedy" Bresette to capture the second of two Northern Modified Challenge Series (NMCS) races at Airborne Park Speedway.
- North Stars cruise past Greenjackets in EFL matchup Tory Bouyea hauls in 11 catches, 202 yards and two touchdowns to help lead Plattsburgh past Glens Falls in Empire Football League action.
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- Business briefs: July 27, 2014