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MOUNTAIN LAKE JOURNAL

January 3, 2013

  • Aired: 01/03/2013
  • 28:28
  • Rating: NR
Major snowstorm buries the North Country. The nation is saved from the fiscal cliff and milk prices from soaring. A Clinton County Sheriff’s Department deputy shoots and kills a man in Altona, NY. The Governor will push for new gun laws. Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward finishes her term in the New York State Assembly. New effort underway to help save Sturgeon. A look back at the Ice Storm of 1998.
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RECORD SNOW, DAIRY CLIFF, DEADLY FORCE, NEW GUN LAWS, LEAVING THE ASSEMBLY, ICE STORM 98
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