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DEC to open wildlife management areas from Aug. 16 to 31

WATERTOWN, NY — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced the annual opening to the public of otherwise restricted Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties from Monday, Aug. 16, to Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021. During the 16-day open house, Upper and Lower Lakes and Wilson Hill WMAs in… Keep Reading

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College football player collapses, dies during conditioning drills

A college football player died Sunday after collapsing during preseason conditioning drills on campus. Virginia Union University said Monday that Quandarius Wilburn, 18, a defensive end, collapsed at the school’s football facility, Hovey Stadium, and was rushed by ambulance to VCU Medical Center, where he died, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports. Prior to the workout, the Division II… Keep Reading

in Local News

What lessons does the last New York impeachment hold?

The last time a governor of New York was impeached, Europe was inching toward World War I. More than a century after the 1913 impeachment and removal of William Sulzer from elected office, state lawmakers may be heeding the lessons of that semi-forgotten drama. Political analyst and Sulzer enthusiast Jack O’Donnell in an interview on Capital… Keep Reading

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