Good News around the Southern Tier, Week of Jan. 4

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There were a lot of good things happening around the Southern Tier this past week. Below is a recap of some of the “Good News” stories NewsChannel 34 covered.

All 17 miners trapped at Cargill’s Cayuga Salt Mine have been rescued

All 17 miners trapped underground at Cargill’s Cayuga Salt Mine in Lansing have been rescued and are in good condition. Full story here.

Class in session at new Owego Elementary School

New facility includes LED lighting and geothermal heating and air conditioning. Full story here.

Greek Peak up and running

Now that temperatures have dipped below freezing, the ski season has finally begun in our area. Full story here.

Binghamton elementary school open to all students

It’s been over four years and three months since students at MacArthur have been in the same building together. Full story here.

Local agriculture non-profit receives significant grant

A local non-profit devoted to local food and urban agriculture has received significant support from a local foundation. Full story here.

Broome County expands mobile DMV service

Broome County is making it easier for residents living in rural areas to renew their driver’s licenses. Full story here.

Professional clarinetist visits Endicott middle school

Band students at Jennie F. Snapp middle school learned a thing or two from a professional musician Friday. Full story here.

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