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Stephens Media Group News Director Matt McClusky's book 'The Bucks Started and Stopped Here' is now available in paperback
Posted by news on 11/15/2017 4:13:00 AM.
If you've ever wanted to be the general manager of a professional baseball team, full of dreams about assembling a championship-winning roster, then the low-ranking minors isn't the place for you.
It takes a special kind of crazy to try and make any kind of pro sports team work. That goes double for independent baseball teams trying to make a go of it in Smalltown, USA.
It was all sorts of crazy for the Watertown Bucks back in the summer of 2015. Playing in a city where baseball has a history dating back over 80 years, Watertown also has the stigma of being the place where the sport has gone to die. "The Bucks Started and Stopped Here: A wild ride inside the world of independent baseball" details the struggles of trying to overcome the past, overcome the long odds overwhelmingly stacked against, and get through the surreal drama of trying to bring baseball back to upstate New York.
Watertown Bucks, The Bucks Started and Stopped Here, Matt McClusky

Remains of missing Lewis County man discovered Tuesday
Posted by news on 11/15/2017 4:09:00 AM.
The remains of a Lewis County man who went missing last summer were found by law enforcement officials.
Kenny McCall, Diana, missing,

'Excelsior Scholarship' causes issues for in-state private colleges
Posted by news on 11/15/2017 4:02:00 AM.
New York's plan to eliminate college tuition for qualified students caused "steep" declines in enrollment for private schools.
'Excelsior Scholarship, ' private schools

FEMA sets aside funds to help with flooding in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties
Posted by news on 11/15/2017 4:01:00 AM.
Federal funding is soon to be on the way for north country communities following last summer's flooding along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.
FEMA, Jefferson County, St. Lawrence County, flooding

Lewis County hires law firm to study ATV trails, UTVs
Posted by news on 11/15/2017 4:00:00 AM.
Lewis County lawmakers agreed to pay $10,000 for a law firm to review potential issues with area trails.
Lewis County, ATV trails, UTVs

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