Farm briefs: March 9, 2014
Extension to present Spring Beef Week; Funding for farmers-market program announced; Environmental program tribal set-aside funds offered; Conservation District offers annual seedling sale; Cooperative Extension offers Farm Safety Workshop.
- Of Interest: March 9, 2014 Take a brief look at news of note from around the North Country.
Police Log: March 9, 2014
Chazy man charged with grand larceny; North Hudson man injured in one-car accident; Mountain View woman injured in one-car accident; Saranac Lake woman injured in two car accident.
- Editorial: Add bike lanes, for the people Want proof of the power of the people?
Getting Oscar picks in early
Columnist Steve Ouellette makes his Oscar predictions for next year.
Net neutrality: new developments
Columnist Stu Denenberg updates readers on net neutrality.
Public, private sectors must know their roles
Each has strengths and weaknesses that must be understood for economy to work effectively, according to columnist Colin Read.
Addiction to energy has costs
Damage to environment, climate change just two of the problems caused by runaway energy consumption, according to columnist Richard Gast.
Moriah downs 'Jackets for final four trip
Vikings knock off Madrid-Waddington, which ended Moriah's season a year ago, in the NYSPHSAA Class D quarterfinals for a trip to the final four.
Beekmantown rallies past Auburn, lands in state title game
The Eagles scored two goals in the third period to rally past the Maroons in the NYSPHSAA Division II state semifinals. Beekmantown will meet Webster Schroeder today in the championship game.
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- Farm briefs: March 9, 2014