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Sections of Great Lakes Closed for Security

Great Lakes boaters will find some areas of the lakes closed to them this boating season. The terrorist attacks last September prompted federal agencies to make parts of the lakes off-limits. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham explains.  Go to full article

Canadian Boaters Run Into Permit Problems

Pleasure boaters from Canada will find getting permits to enter
Great Lakes ports across the border a little more demanding since the terrorist attacks on the U-S. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham reports
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Chemical Plant Security

Some public health experts and government leaders are calling for new efforts to protect people from the risk of a terrorist attack on plants that manufacture or store chemicals. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Lester Graham has more.  Go to full article

Security on the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence

Since September 11, the US government has been closing security gaps in aviation. But maritime officials warn that security on our Great Lakes is even less certain. Recently the US Coast Guard held an international conference in Cleveland on Great Lakes security. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Karen Schaefer reports.  Go to full article

NY State on High Terrorist Alert

Governor Pataki says all police and other law enforcement officials in New York are on high alert in response to the latest terrorist warning from the FBI. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Feeling the Chill: International Students in the North Country, part 2

In the next two weeks, the north country's colleges and universities will empty out as students head home for the winter break. For international students, the holiday offers a rare chance to visit with family in their home countries. But this year, many foreign students are afraid to make the trip. As Brian Mann reports, they fear that US immigration officials won't let them back into the country.  Go to full article

Feeling the Chill: International Students in the North Country, part 1

North country colleges and universities are home to thousands of international students. They bring important revenue to their schools--and important diversity. But in the months since September 11, foreign students have faced closer scrutiny than ever before. As Brian Mann reports, some educators fear that new restrictions and monitoring could send the best international students to other countries.  Go to full article

Ashcroft Pushes for US-Canada Border Upgrade

Attorney General John Ashcroft has vowed to push for the funding needed to boost security along the U.S.-Canada border. Ashcroft said he would urge the Bush administration to find money to make the border both more secure and more efficient for trade.  Go to full article

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