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WATERTOWN — City officials have raised environmental concerns with the state Department of Environmental Conservation over a 7.5-million-gallon manure lagoon under construction on Ridge Road farmland about 1,500 feet from the Black River in the town of Rutland.
BLACK RIVER — Owners and managers of businesses outside Fort Drum’s gate on Nash Boulevard say the ongoing closure of the gate — shut now for about two weeks — could force them to close because of a sharp drop in traffic from soldiers.
HEUVELTON — A group of Amish bishops agreed Thursday to work with St. Lawrence County officials to resolve a dispute about whether they should be forced to install orange triangular safety emblems on the backs of their buggies and wagons.
Job-seekers turned out in force Thursday in Ogdensburg for the St. Lawrence County Job Fair held at Oddfellows Hall. The event, sponsored by state Sen. Patricia A. Ritchie, R-Heuvelton, featured more than 50 employers, many of whom had immediate job openings available.
BOONVILLE — More than 30 teams across the U.S. and Canada gathered Wednesday to set a world record by planting more than 200,000 trees within an hour. The goal in Lewis County was to plant 2,000 trees in an hour.