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Ice Jam Floods Salmon River, Threatens Homes Near Malone

An ice jam on the Salmon River is threatening homes in the Franklin County town of Westville. Local officials say the water has been rising for the last week - and could force evacuations. Brian Mann has our story.  Go to full article

Commentary: Fictional Farm Life in the Good Old Days

In the midst of change in accepted patterns of farming, it's tempting to think back fondly to the "old days". Commentator Betsy Kepes re-considers an old standard.  Go to full article

Prison Doctor Loses License: Accused of Sex With Inmate

A doctor who worked at the Bare Hill Correctional Facility in Malone has been stripped of his license by New York's department of health. The doctor was accused of having unprotected sex with an inmate. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article
Fall flyfishing on the Salmon
Fall flyfishing on the Salmon

Trout Rising: An Afternoon on the Salmon River in Malone

Flyfishing is one of those pastimes that outsiders view with a kind of awe - art, dance and science combine to lay a line and a tiny twist of feathers and hair along the water just right to tease a fish. New York's flyfishing season ended a couple of weeks ago, but not before Todd Moe pulled on some waders and tried his hand.  Go to full article

Franklin County Becomes Empire Zone

Frankin County was one of the last counties in the state to be designated an Empire Zone. The new zone covers more than 1200 acres and offers tax breaks and other incentives to incoing or expanding businesses. Marth Foley reports.  Go to full article

Preview: Solo Piano Recital in Malone

Pianist Sarah Lafleur returns to Malone, her hometown, for a benefit solo recital Friday night. The concert, which will include music by Brahms, Chopin and Mozart, will be held at 7 o'clock at the First Congregational Church in Malone. Todd Moe chats with Sarah Lafleur about the recital and her musical career.  Go to full article

State of Mental Health Care in the Prisons

A new report issued today argues that the 67,000 inmates in New York's prison system need better health care - and mental health counseling. Eleven percent of the state's prisoners are diagnosed with mental illness. Brian Mann talks with Jennifer Wynn, with the Correctional Association of New York, which issued the study.

The Department of Correctional Services declined to be interviewed to respond to the report, instead issuing a press release.  Go to full article

Malone Man Sentenced for Beating Girlfriend

A 26-year-old Malone man will serve two to four years in prison for beating his pregnant girlfriend, causing her to miscarry. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article
Courtney Perkins (top), Jessica Goesthlaw and Susan Hendershot (bottom, L to R) want to see their BOCES programs continue.
Courtney Perkins (top), Jessica Goesthlaw and Susan Hendershot (bottom, L to R) want to see their BOCES programs continue.

School Budgeting in Uncertainty

Educators in New York were breathing a sigh of relief last week when state leaders added more than 400 million dollars for schools to the state budget. Today New Yorkers vote on school budgets in their districts. But all of them were crafted well before the extra education money was announced. Many include high property tax increases and deep program cuts. That may change over the summer, but schools are struggling to provide quality education for all students when their funding is a guessing game. David Sommerstein reports on two programs in Franklin County.  Go to full article

"Democrats for Pataki" in North Country

Some North Country Democrats are following the lead of their colleagues in other parts of the state and are backing Republican Governor George Pataki for a third term. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

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