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As insulin costs soar, American diabetics drive to Canada

pWashington Post/ppAs their minivan rolled north, they felt their nerves kick in — but they kept on driving./ppAt the wheel: Lija Greenseid, a rule-abiding Minnesota mom steering her Mazda5 on a cross-border drug run./ppHer daughter, who is 13, has Type ...

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Bass season kicks off today

pThough there were rough waters today for the start of bass season, local experts predict a good fishing period ahead./ppThe regular season for large and smallmouth bass in New York State runs until Nov. 30, with a catch-and-release season starting ...

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Richard W. and Geraldine L. Fletcher, 60 years

pCOLTON — Richard W. and Geraldine L. Fletcher, 17 Foley Lane, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary on June 19. A family celebration will be held at a later date./ppMr. Fletcher, son of Albert and Jane Fletcher, and Geraldine L. ...

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Lowville McDonald’s reopened, holding rededication ceremony

pLOWVILLE — The Lowville McDonald’s, 7404 Turin Road, will hold an official ribbon cutting and rededication ceremony at 10 a.m. Wednesday to commemorate the completion of major renovations and updates to the restaurant./ppWhile the interior styling of the restaurant was ...

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Target checkout registers malfunctioning across U.S.

pStar Tribune (Minneapolis) (TNS) /ppMINNEAPOLIS — Long lines formed at Target stores across the nation Saturday after the retail giant’s cash registers quit working, and shoppers reacted with amazement and frustration./ppOn Twitter, Facebook and other sites, shoppers posted experiences about ...

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Father’s Day discount available to all

pTo celebrate Father’s Day, single scoop ice cream cones will be discounted to 50 cents for everyone on Sunday at any Stewart’s Shops location. All seasonal flavors are available. /ppFor more information, visit www.stewartsshops.com./p …read more Thank you Source: WDT

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Brantingham Summer Series to kick off in July

pBRANTINGHAM — The Arts Council is making some new moves into summer this year with a free concert series at Aldersgate Camp./ppThe Council, led by Fran and Roger Abbey, will be kicking off the season with its annual Old Tyme ...

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Robert Schorr

pWATERTOWN — Robert T. Schorr has a different perspective on the long contract dispute between the city and the firefighters’ union than the other City Council candidates./ppMr. Schorr, 50, is a volunteer firefighter with the town of Watertown Fire Department./ppHe’s ...

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