Oct 24, 2013
Keeping Watch: Dispositions on recent tickets issued by DEC...
In this 2005 photo, New York state environmental conservation officer Matthew M. Dorrett checks the fishing license of John Marley of Clay Tuesday at Trestle Pool South near the Salmon River Fish Hatchery in Altmar.
North County Public Radio
Fall in Pulaski brings thousands of salmon, and fishermen out to catch them
Each fall, thousands of salmon swim upstream along the Salmon River and nearby creeks, trying to return to the state's Salmon River Fish Hatchery in Altmar, where they were born.
NewsChannel 9 WSYR
Oswego County duo charged with grand larceny from Granby Walmart;...
Two Oswego County men are facing felony charges after they allegedly stole 25 cellphone cases valued at a total of $1,304 from a town of Granby Walmart location.
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Outdoors: Toxic algae invading local waters
Remember when "freshwater" was a term used to denote non-ocean water? It is pretty much a misnomer now in an increasing number of New York waters, where we encounter increasing mats of thick, blue-green harmful algal blooms -- aka toxic algae -- on lakes, ponds and rivers.