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Guy Palardy is a farmer in Alburgh, Vermont. He grows corn and soybeans, but he also makes his living installing tile drains in other farmer’s fields. Tile drains are basically a system of slotted pipes. They go about four  feet under the...
WASHINGTON, Pa. (AP) — The full legal settlement in a dispute over natural gas drilling has been made public after two years. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Monday that the settlement between Stephanie and Chris Hallowich and Range...
Opponents of fracking are lining up against plans to convert a Tompkins County power plant from coal to natural gas, making it the newest front line in the fight against gas drilling in New York. The state’s Public Service Commission is...
A new poll finds most New Yorkers are ashamed of the candidacies of Anthony Weiner and Eliot Spitzer for Mayor and Comptroller of New York City. The Siena College poll also finds that Governor Cuomo, in contrast, is enjoying a minor rebound with...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — More than 2,200 Buffalo school students have asked the district to be transferred out of low-performing schools for the coming school year. The district says it will begin making the new assignments this week. But only 300...
WSKG's Sarah Gager talks with Marcus Johnson about being an independent artist, lifestyle enhancement, and his performance at the Southern Tier Jazz Festival.  More information here.