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08/16/2014 04:58 AM Posted By: TWC News Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Propane Engines Newest Technology for Boaters
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Discover Better Boating and New York Sea Grant's Dave White bring you tips for a great boating season each month throughout the summer.

In this month's episode, Dave talks about the latest in boating technology -- propane engines, making boating a bit simpler and easier.

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


07/19/2014 05:00 AM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: New Boat Design Makes Water Surfing an Easy Way to Enjoy the Lake
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Discover Better Boating and New York Sea Grant's Dave White bring you tips for a great boating season each month throughout the summer.

In this month's episode, Dave gets information on a new boat that makes surfing behind it safe and easy for everyone to enjoy the natural waves made when out on the water.

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


07/18/2014 01:28 PM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Discover Better Boating Quick Tip: How to Keep Petroleum Out of the Water
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Discover Better Boating returns for the summer boating season. Each month, you'll find great boating tips to help you have a more enjoyable -- and safer -- time on the waterways in Central New York.

Look for this month's Discover Better Boating feature this weekend on Time Warner Cable News, and also right here on TWCNews.com.

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


06/21/2014 05:00 AM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: New Ways to Enjoy Kayaking, Canoeing as Summer Begins
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Discover Better Boating and New York Sea Grant's Dave White bring you tips for a great boating season each month throughout the summer.

In this month's episode, Dave talks with Bob Jerry of Boatworks Limited in Easy Syracuse about what people need to do to get into kayaking and canoeing on Central New York's waterways.

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


06/20/2014 11:36 AM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Discover Better Boating Quick Tip: Don't Take Aquatic Hitchhikers With You
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Discover Better Boating returns for the summer boating season. Each month, you'll find great boating tips to help you have a more enjoyable -- and safer -- time on the waterways in Central New York.

Look for this month's Discover Better Boating feature this weekend on Time Warner Cable News, and also right here on TWCNews.com

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


05/17/2014 05:00 AM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Discover Better Boating
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Discover Better Boating kicks-off its 2014 season today with boating tips by Dave White, a recreation specialist with New York Sea Grant.

In this month's episode, Dave meets with Jerry Loughnot, of Aero Marina, to go over how to properly inspect your boat trailer before hitting the water.

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York Sea Grant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


05/16/2014 03:45 PM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Discover Better Boating returns for 2014 season
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Discover Better Boating is back for the 2014 year. Each month, you'll find great boating tips to help you have a more enjoyable -- and safer -- time on the waterways in Central New York.

The first installment of Discover Better Boating will air on Time Warner Cable News Saturday, May 17, and also can be found right here on TWCNews.com

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Discover Better Boating is produced in cooperation with New York SeaGrant and the Boating Industries Association of Upstate New York.


05/17/2014 04:55 PM Posted By: Brittany Edney
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Increasing amount of young women putting careers ahead of finding love
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Research shows many young women are putting their careers first and putting their love lives on the back burner.

"At the age of 22, I'm not looking for a relationship," said Alisha Deary, a High Point University graduate.

Some women today are not looking for Mr. Right. Instead, they are focusing on their right now.

"By putting my career first and focusing on opportunities, careers ahead of me, I'll be more successful when I do want to settle down and have a family," said Deary.

Fellow HPU graduate Ashley Prindle heads to law school in the fall and agrees that may be the better path to happiness.

"I want to fulfill my passions, my dreams first and make sure that I'm getting on that track and that I'm happy and satisfied," said Prindle. "And then hopefully I can pass that on and share it with someone else."

Dr. Sadie Leder Elder, assistant professor of psychology at High Point University, says many young women are making that choice.

"Statistics show that in 1980, women were about 22 years old on average when they got married," said Elder. "As recently as 2011, the statistic has gone up to about 26 years old."

Prindle says she is prioritizing personal success over building a romantic relationship.

"Women try to make relationships work that they lose focus of 'maybe this isn't the right relationship for me,''' said Prindle. "And they give up their career and other things just to get this relationship."

Elder says the other choice can pay.

"For almost every year that they are in the workforce and wait to begin their family, there's about a nine percent increase in wages or salary earnings, so there is an economic benefit to delaying motherhood," said Elder.

It is a trade-off but many women do not feel like they are missing out on an important part of life by focusing on their careers.

"I've never thought of it as something that's holding me back in any way or something that I need to complete who I am as an individual," said Prindle.

"There's so many other things that are fulfilling in our world like traveling or furthering your education and those things require a lot of focus," said Deary.

This story has been shared from sister station in North Carolina.


10/19/2013 11:39 AM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Discover Better Boating
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09/21/2013 05:00 AM Posted By: Web Staff
CNY/NNY/S. Tier: Boaters urged to take advantage of locally made products
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In this edition of Discover Better Boating, YNN's Dave White explains the benefit of purchasing boating products made in the United States.


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