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‘I Shopped Oneida County’ day at Boonville Fair

BOONVILLE — The Boonville Oneida County Fair has announced “I Shopped Oneida County” day, which promotes Oneida County businesses as well as the Fair. Bring a receipt from any Oneida County merchant showing a purchase of at least $10, dated July 16-26, and get free admission to the Fair after 5 p.m. The event will take place on opening day, Tuesday, July 26.
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Weird Looking Animal Spotted in New York State Stumps Facebook

Photos on the internet of various strange phenomena can generate exciting speculation but usually have a plausible down-to-earth explanation. One well-known recent case was a pic of some sort of animal (or person) that was taken outside of a zoo in Amarillo, Texas. And while that photo may have stumped some experts, another case here in New York state was quickly determined to be something not too out of the ordinary.
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Adirondack Middle School students of the month

BOONVILLE — The following students from the Adirondack Middle School were selected students of the month for May: sixth grade, Braiden Jasek and Bryn Fitch; seventh grade, Rhianna DeVoe and Victoria Williams; and eighth grade, Jack Hutton and Rilee O’Hara. Congratulations to these students from the Adirondack Central...

How are north country airports faring during pilot shortage?

TOWN OF HOUNSFIELD, New York (WWNY) - Canceled flights, pilot shortages, and inflation have hampered plans for air travelers. We spoke to two local airport managers to see if they’re feeling the travel turbulence. “There are some challenges in the industry with pilots and staffing and operational issues as...

Boonville TOPS member Paul Wilson crowned TOPS New York State King

BOONVILLE - Members of Boonville TOPS Chapter 1106 attended the annual State Recognition Days (SRD) in Auburn on Friday and Saturday, June 3 and 4, and witnessed one of their own being crowned as New York State King of the organization. TOPS is an acronym for Take Off Pounds Sensibly....

Boonville Chamber selects Seasons Cafe as Business of the Month

WOODGATE — The Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce has named Seasons Cafe in Woodgate as its Business of the Month for June because of their dedication to the Boonville area. Owned by Jake and Erin Gydesen, Seasons Cafe is a family-owned and operated Adirondack themed restaurant. Erin said she...

Boonville Farmers Market to open June 23

The Boonville Farmers Market will open for the season at noon on Thursday, June 23, according to the Boonville Area Chamber of Commerce. There will be live music from 2 to 4 p.m. by Tony Levesque. The chamber is also having a bag promotion. Those having a purchase of $25 or more will receive a free reusable bag, or you may purchase one for $2.

Time to make the sausage! Mount Carmel Feast returns

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - Inside the quiet halls of Watertown’s Immaculate Heart Central School, preparations are underway for the return of St. Anthony’s once-annual Mount Carmel Feast. Now that it’s back from a two-year hiatus, people are looking forward to getting their hands on some much-missed cuisine...

Artisan roasters at Remington festival

Mike Crowe, President of the Frederic Remington Art Museum, and Oliver Morrison-Nowak sample coffee from Vanessa Gilbert, of Tug Hill Artisan Roasters, Lowville, at the Remington Festival June 18. NCNow photo.

Protests, travelers take aim at West Carthage inn

WEST CARTHAGE, New York (WWNY) - A New Hampshire couple that booked a Memorial Day weekend trip to the Pleasant Night Inn is hoping their vacation is one they won’t have to remember. Pat Collins and her husband stayed at the West Carthage motel, booking their stay through a...