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Written by on November 17, 2022

Governor Hochul is planning on announcing a state of emergency ahead of the winter storm coming across the great lakes.  Several Feet of Snow are expected in Buffalo and areas continuing through Sunday.  The storm is expected to cause hazardous travel conditions and potential power outages resulting from snow, freezing rain and gusty winds. New Yorkers are urged to avoid unnecessary travel Thursday evening through Friday in Western and northern NY area due to dangerous conditions.

I-90 is closing to commercial traffic due to the incoming snowstorm.  From the Henrietta exit to the Pennsylvania line, starting at 4pm all commercial traffic will have to use other roads.  Near Rochester, the latest snow projections have around 1 inch of snow through midday Friday, with the chance for a few more inches heading into the weekend.  Also closed to commercial traffic are 190 from rt 62 to I90, 290, 990, 33, 219, 400, and the Buffalo Skyway.  On I 81 from exit 33 to Canada trucks are only to use the right lane.

Notre Dame honored some of its former players Saturday at the annual Hall of Fame Dinner.  Kevin Smith who played from 1984 to 1987, Christi Moskal who played from 2000 to 2003, Aaron Fix who played from 1989 to 1992 and Jack Wagoner who played from 1986 to 1989 were all inducted and honored for their achievements playing for the school.  Biographies can be read for each of the players on our news partner the Batavian.

A new study suggests that smoking marijuana may have additional ill effects on lung health beyond smoking cigarettes alone.  Many of the marijuana smokers in the study developed emphysema, a disease that causes difficulty breathing, said Dr. Luke Murtha.  Researchers with the radiology department at Ottawa Hospital in Canada studied CT scans of marijuana smokers, people who only smoked cigarettes, and nonsmokers.  While overall rates of emphysema were about the same between the marijuana smokers (75%) and the cigarette-only smokers (67%), the “age-matched” subgroup of marijuana smokers had higher rates of emphysema – 93% compared to 67% of those who only smoked tobacco.  Marijuana smokers also had more airway inflammation than tobacco-only smokers, Murtha said.

On Monday, Dec. 5, the Genesee County STOP-DWI Advisory Board will sponsor its 6th annual STOP-DWI Awards Luncheon at Terry Hills Restaurant & Banquet Facility.  Seven young people from districts in the county will be honored for their commitment to the community for entering the Board’s STOP-DWI Poster Contest. 6-8th grade winners; Elliott Dayton, Abbigale Russell and Alyssa Adair. The Computer Generated Art winners are Anna Holt, Sydney Konieczny and Kaelee Kelso. The Grand Prize Winner whose artwork will appear on a billboard in Genesee County in November and December is Zoey Shepard, a 12th grader from Byron Bergen Central School.  Batavia Police Officer John Gombos, Genesee County Sheriff Deputy David Moore and Village of LeRoy Police officer Jordan Wolcott are receiving the Top Cop Award for going above and beyond with DWI arrests during a twelve-month time period.  They are also being honored for their dedication to keeping our community safe.

Community Action of Orleans and Genesee has opened registration for the Harvest Dinner program.  Income-eligible Genesee County residents who qualify will receive a food box and Aldi’s gift card.  To reserve a registration appointment, please call (585) 343-7798. ID for all household members and current proof of income is required at the time of your visit. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Supplies are limited and will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The streak now stands at 7 losses straight for the Sabres after they dropped their game against the Ottawa Senators Wednesday night 4 to 1.  Tage Thompson scored the lone goal for Buffalo.  Craig Anderson made 14 saves vs Anton Forsberg who made 29 for Ottawa.  The Sabres next game is in Toronto against the Maple Leafs at 7 on Saturday.

Injuries and illness are impacting the Buffalo Bills’ practice schedule. Five players are out sick with non-Covid illnesses, while quarterback Josh Allen, safety Jordan Poyer, and cornerback Kaiir Elam had limited practice. Three additional players did not practice all due to lingering injuries.

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