THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
Students at Massena Central will soon be able to compete in e-sports after school through a new club. E-sports means online competitive video gaming, sometimes one-on-one, sometimes as a team. Massena High School students will be able to play as an after-school club held at the Police Activities League (PAL), formerly the Boys and Girls Club of Massena. PAL, the school district and SUNY Canton are teaming up for the initiative.
Do you support schools offering an e-sports program?
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
On the heels of several corrections officers being treated for possible fentanyl exposure, two North Country state representatives are calling on the state to put drug-sniffing dogs in every state prison. The measure would call on the state to place a drug-sniffing dog in every correctional facility across the state with a minimum of one hundred inmates.
Assemblyman Mark Walczyk, R-Watertown, and Senator Patty Ritchie, R-Heuvelton, announced Friday that they have introduced legislation they say “would crack down on drugs being smuggled into state prisons, effectively strengthening the safety of corrections officers.”
For more, see story here.
Do you support placing drug-sniffing dogs in every state prison?
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