The Dairy Debate: When and how will the industry change?

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A few Dairy cows drink some water off of W. Martinsburg Road in Lowville.

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Snow Ridge Gets Lift From Family Dynamic

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Cynthia J. Sisto, right, and her son, Nicholas Mir are co-owners of Snow Ridge Ski Resort in Turin. They are looking to create a new image and revitalize the resort with new events and programs.

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Orleans, Lowville, other communities to receive funds needed for water projects

Road salt contamination has caused extensive corrosion at Andy Greene’s home in Fishers Landing, as seen here in his basement where he sits behind a corroded pipe on a hot water heater ruined by salt, holding a kitchen faucet he replaces every few years. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

Road salt contamination has caused extensive corrosion at Andy Greene’s home in Fishers Landing, as seen here in his basement where he sits behind a corroded pipe on a hot water heater ruined by salt, holding a kitchen faucet he replaces every few years. Photo by Justin Sorensen, Watertown Daily Times.

Several north country municipalities, including the town of Orleans, are getting millions of dollars in state funding for various water infrastructure projects. [Read more…]

Job fair Wednesday for 30 warehouse positions in Lowville

The Pennsylvania company taking over warehouse duties at the Kraft Heinz plant is looking to hire around 30 people, with a recruitment event being held here on Wednesday. [Read more…]

Lewis County recycling center upgrade bids come in around $300,000

Bids for an upgrade project at the Lewis County recycling center intended to improve its no-sort system came in around the $300,000 mark, as anticipated. [Read more…]

Lowville officials reflect on ever-changing infrastructure project plans

It started last summer as a $12 million project to upgrade five primary village streets and replace utility pipes. [Read more…]

North Country Regional Economic Council discusses other options for Downtown Revitalization

The north country communities that are unsuccessful in the competition for $10 million in downtown revitalization funding may have other funding options available to them. [Read more…]

Fourth wind farm proposed in Lewis County, solar included

The sun sets on a wind farm outside Lowville. Photo by Stephen Swofford, Watertown Daily Times.

The sun sets on a wind farm outside Lowville. Photo by Stephen Swofford, Watertown Daily Times.

A fourth wind farm — this one with an additional solar component — is now being planned in Lewis County on the Tug Hill Plateau. [Read more…]

Lowville Planning Board approves expanded Kraft Heinz plan

The Kraft Heinz expansion project has been officially expanded.

The village Planning Board on Monday gave final approval to an amended site plan that now includes 103,353 square feet of additions to the Utica Boulevard cream cheese manufacturing plant; that’s up from 75,848 square feet in the plan previously approved in March. [Read more…]

Lewis Planning Board approves expanded Kraft Heinz plans

Expansion plans at the Kraft Heinz plant here continue to expand.

The Lewis County Planning Board on Tuesday voted 4-0 to approve an amended site plan that now includes 103,353 square feet of additions to the Utica Boulevard cream cheese manufacturing plant; that’s up from 75,848 square feet in a previously approved plan. [Read more…]