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O-AT-KA expansion complete, more hiring underway (access required)

Project Gator, the 20,000-square-foot building expansion for ever-growing O-AT-KA Milk Products of Batavia, has been completed and the process of hiring an additional 40 employees is underway. O-AT-KA has undergone three expansions in the past six years and added more ...

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Torrey Ridge owners buy Rooster Hill Vineyards (access required)

Paul Curcillo and Stephanie King, the Philadelphia couple who bought Torrey Ridge Winery in 2015, have now acquired another Finger Lakes winery: Rooster Hill Vineyards. Rooster Hill’s founders were Amy and Dave Hoffman, who decided to retire after 16 years ...

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Finger Lakes wine region called best in country (access required)

The Finger Lakes is the best wine region in the country, according to the USAToday 10 Best Readers’ Choice awards. In dozens of categories, experts in the field winnowed selections to 20 finalists and then the top 10, and their ...

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State fair opens with an ice-cold Expo Center and old favorites (access required)

Now here’s a landmark event: the butter sculpture at the New York State Fair, which opened Wednesday, is 50 years old. Not the sculpture that’s on display at the fair this year, of course. What’s 50 years old is the ...

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Farmers turn out for Empire Farm Days trade show (access required)

The machines and tires are huge. The advice is sometimes amazingly simple, yet effective. Such are some of the contrasts evident this week at the annual Empire Farm Days, a 300-acre trade show for farmers held on the Rodman Lott ...

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