Mountain Lake Journal - March 14th, 2013
WRECKAGE AIRLIFTED: Crews this week airlifted the wreckage of a small plane from the Adirondack mountaintop where it crashed two weeks ago.
BUDGET CRUNCH: The budget deadline looms. Lawmakers are crucnching the numbers and working on budget bills to vote on by the end of next week.
CHALLENGE SHOT DOWN: A Judge refuses to block NY's tough new gun law.
SEEKING SOLUTIONS: Plans are discussed at public hearings this week on three options to help ease the threat of flooding along Lake Champlain.
MISSING TEENAGER: A year-long mystery haunts Tupper Lake, NY. What happened to the college student Colin Gillis, who vanished a year ago this week?
BIG CATCH: A New Chamber of Commerce survey finds fishing tournaments on Lake Champlain are "reeling in" the benefits, worth millions of dollars.
PLACE AT THE TABLE: A new documentary looks at hunger in America. We talk with Bruce Garcia of the JCEO and Dorothy Latta with the Plattsburgh Interfaith Foodshelf, who are working to help feed the North Country. Learn more/donate/volunteer: www.jceo.org or www.plattsburghfoodshelf.org
CIRCUS SHOW: A famous circus troupe from Montreal is bringing a new show and circus camp across the border to proctors theater in Schenectady, NY. www.cirque-eloize.com