It’s that time of year as the leaves bloom green and the forests turn lush and thick; campgrounds statewide have claimed their opening!
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Adirondack baseball took their second blister of the year, a loss 7-5 against Little Falls. The wildcats now wait for sectional seeding to be determined in the very near future.
Adirondack softball will travel to Sandy Creek this morning as they will also await sectional seeding in the near future.
The Lewis County IDA has won awards that will be issued at the New York State Economic Development Council meeting next Thursday May 26th.
State Senator Joseph Griffo on Wednesday welcomed new legislation to modernize the state’s Alcohol Beverage Control Law in order to foster further growth in New York’s craft beverage industry.
The Zika virus is back in the news and it’s creating a lot of “buzz” when it comes to prevention awareness and funding. As we mentioned not too long ago, a woman in Oneida County received the first confirmed case of the Zika virus after recently traveling to warm climates in South America.
The event will take place this Saturday starting at 2pm at the Boonville Oneida County Fairgrounds.
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