Health Notes: March 4, 2014
Take a look at health-and-fitness-related news of note around the North Country.
Editorial: Traffic danger needs addressing
The City of Plattsburgh long ago recognized the danger in allowing sidewalks to be left mounded with snow after a storm.
In My Opinion: Rail companies must take action
I write to commend emergency response officials in Essex County for taking a proactive approach to the increasing number of freight trains carrying crude oil through our communities on the Canadian Pacific line, as described in the Feb, 23 article, "Essex County developing disaster-response plans as rail traffic grows," writes Rep. Bill Owens.
Letters to the Editor: March 4, 2014
Letters from readers around the North Country.
- Cardinals receive at-large berth, will host NCAA DIII regional Plattsburgh State, after falling in the SUNYAC title game last weekend, picked up some good news Monday by being selected into the NCAA Division III Tournament, and will host a 4-team regional this weekend.
- Plattsburgh State women travel to Maine for first, second rounds Cardinals will face Roger Williams in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament on Friday in Maine.
Seton Catholic meets Tupper Lake in Class C regional semis
The Knights defeated the Lumberjacks earlier in the season at the Section VII/X Challenge, but Tupper Lake has come on late to claim the Section X championship.
Bobcats start first state journey, take on St. Lawrence
Northern Adirondack is set to play Section X champion St. Lawrence in its first trip to the NYSPHSAA Class C regional semifinals.
Sports Shorts: March 4, 2014
A listing of sports briefs involving area athletes and events.
Area Sports: March 4, 2014
A schedule of sports events today featuring area teams and venues.
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