No More 4H At The Steuben County Fairs
It looks like 4H is going to stop using the Steuben County Fairgrounds for the 4H displays. Cornell Cooperative Extension officials said this morning, that they voted yesterday, to stop using the Steuben County Fairgrounds as a location for 4-H displays. The statement from Cornell Cooperative Extension reads quote, “a local property that is safe, welcoming and kind to all 4-Hers, families, visitors and staff that allows the 4-H program to follow State and County 4-H rules and policy. This is currently not guaranteed by the Steuben County Agricultural Society at the Steuben County Fairgrounds. We recommend changes to the venue to provide equity between programs, exhibits, and shows; and a safe and inclusive environment that fosters positive youth development.” The statement from Cornell Cooperative Extension also says they have to “prioritize the safety of our program participants, families and staff and feel that a change in venue is necessary at this time.” We were unable to reach the county fair’s office by newstime for a response.
Stopping Halloween DWI's Is A Statewide Thing
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that State Police and local law enforcement will be out in force through Halloween in order to crack down on impaired and reckless driving. The enforcement period began today and runs through Tuesday, Oct. 31.
Two Suspects Wanted In Bath, Found In New Jersey
The Village Of Bath Police Department reports the arrest of Joshua Hakes, 40, as well as Diane Dziaba, both of Bath. According to Bath Police, both Hakes and Dziabia were wanted on gun charges. The two were found in NJ where they were taken into custody. They will be brought back to Bath.
Statement From Bath Police, About Work At Their Office
"Asbestos removal is running behind schedule. Anticipate another week of the front of the Municipal building being closed. Continue to use the back door. Thank you."