99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR WEDNESDAY, 11/16/11
MAKING LOCAL PRODUCE MORE AFFORDABLE IS A PROBLEM THAT NEEDS TO BE SOLVED--Tony Collins, Co-Char of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council, says the high cost of energy, and the forecast it will remain high is reason to believe that consumers will purchase locally-grown and locally-raised agricultural products as the cost of importing them to the North Country from elsewhere increases. The plan submitted to the state on time has a bullet-point to fund a mobile processing unit for the North Country Pastures organization of Dekalb Junction so local farmers can sell poultry to retailers and restaurants at lower cost than imported.
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NORWOOD LIBRARY TAX DISTRICT PROPOSITION PASSES 210-162, BOARD CHAIR PHYLLIS MC.FADDIN SAYS AN 85-THOUSAND-DOLLAR BUDGET IS NOT EXPECTED TO INCREASE FOR AT LEAST A DECADE
WWNY-TV 7 NEWS REPORTS FATAL MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT VICTIM SHAWN LADUE HAD .28% B-A-C
MOTOR-SCOOTER/VEHICLE COLLISION ON SOUTH MAIN STREET IN MASSENA SENDS SCOOTER OPERATOR 45-YEAR-OLD WANDA HARVEY OF MASSENA TO UPSTATE MEDICAL CENTER IN SYRACUSE TUESDAY EVENING; NO CONDITION REPORT AVAILABLE
NYPA HYDRO RATES TO GO UP 26 CENTS PER KILOWATT-HOUR, PHASED IN UNTIL 2014
17-YEAR-OLD MICHAEL BROWNELL OF POTSDAM JAILED ON 500 DOLLARS BAIL AFTER ALLEGEDLY SHOPLIFTING
CANCER ACTION SEEKS LINKS OFF COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH WEB SITE TO EDUCATE ABOUT PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN FOOD
June Clark--88--Potsdam, wife of Methodist minister Russell Clark. Services Saturday 1:30pm at Potsdam United Methodist Church. No calling hours; arrangements witth Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam