THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

North Country This Week received several Letter to the Editor and Sound Off submissions citing safety concerns of dogs at parades and festivals. Due to possible safety and health issues, should dogs be allowed at parades, festivals or other large public gatherings even if the animal is on a leash?

 Take the NCNow Survery

Results will be posted Monday, Aug. 10.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

With the New York State Labor Board likely to approve a $15 minimum wage increase for fast food workers, including those in St. Lawrence County, how do you feel about this proposal?

View survey results and comments from survey participants.

The NCNow Survey is an unscientific poll of visitors to NorthCountryNow.com who choose to participate. Submit suggestions for future NCNow Survey questions

Lisbon Central soccer players, parents called to Aug. 6 meeting

Brookfield Power sponsors Wounded Warrior Outdoor Adventures Mud Run, set for Sept. 19 in Potsdam

Thousands visit Waddington as Evers wins second consecutive Bassmaster Elite Series Tournament

‘Round the Islands' Canoe Race in Colton sees nice weather for races, awards

Evers sees lead dwindle at Bassmaster Elite Series in Waddington

Potsdam Mayor Yurgartis won’t run again, to retire after current term

Trooper honored by Canton-Potsdam Hospital after saving Norfolk man’s life

Madrid-Waddington staffers suspended, resign after probe

Story from WWNY , Aug 3, 5:16 pm

Federal sentencing for Hermon kidnappers changed; both to go before judge on same day

Story from WWNY , Aug 3, 5:17 pm

Relive lightning strikes, hail, threatening skies during Saturday storm that swept through St. Lawrence County

Walmart, with stores in Massena, Potsdam, O'burg, to pay fine for selling illegal toy guns

Literacy group to seek volunteers in Massena, Ogdensburg to help illiterate adults

Severe weather led to canceling of big Saturday night concerts, events at Waddington's Party in the Park

Lisbon Central soccer players, parents called to Aug. 6 meeting

SUNY Potsdam awarded $1.5 million federal grant to help disadvantaged students

NCNow Survey: 35 percent think all private sector jobs should get minimum wage increase in St. Lawrence County

Young builders can compete in Medieval challenges at 'Catapult Camp' in Canton

Brookfield Power sponsors Wounded Warrior Outdoor Adventures Mud Run, set for Sept. 19 in Potsdam

DeKalb Junction resident reenlists with Army National Guard

Rensselaer Falls Cemetery Association selling raffle tickets

Car crash involving St. Regis Falls man leads to fatality

Music, artists and more featured at Morristown’s Plein Air Festival

Slideshow from Bruce Dana , Aug 3, 11:25 am

Ogdensburg musician Allexa Hooper’s debut album praised by local reviewer

Opinion: Family happy fireworks are big part of community in Hannawa Falls

Morristown museum features St. Lawrence River gunning decoy exhibit

Norwood Village Green hosting 10th anniversary singer-songwriter concert in memory of Harriet Liotta

Frederic Remington Museum in Ogdensburg offering $2,500 prize raffle

Thousands visit Waddington as Evers wins second consecutive Bassmaster Elite Series Tournament

National media turn to Canton's St. Lawrence University for expertise

People gather along river near Massena to watch removal of capsized tugboat

NYSARC teams up with former Ogdensburg GreenMarket manager to take seniors to Canton Farmer's Market

Colton resident installed at new Potsdam Rotary Club president

Potsdam J-Force Lab Vacation Bible School to be held in Potsdam Aug. 14-16

'Celebration of Resourceful Living' meeting set for Aug. 5 at Canton church

Six people left homeless following fire in DeKalb Junction; American Red Cross provides emergency aid

North Country Verizon workers to work through union contract negotiations

Story from WWNY-TV , Aug 3, 6:09 am

Brasher photographer creates rolling clouds time-lapse video in Winthrop

‘Round the Islands' Canoe Race in Colton sees nice weather for races, awards

No medical marijuana manufacturing operations to be located near St. Lawrence County

Outdoor Heritage Family Rendezvous Mud and Obstacle Race planned Aug. 29 in Brier Hill

Sign up for youth soccer in Lisbon Aug. 6, 15

Phone lines at St. Lawrence County Public Safety Building fixed and working

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 2, 4:53 pm

NY State Troopers say cruisers getting old, unsafe

Starting your North Country big-timber woodlot from scraggly stock? Better not.

School boards group says zero-growth tax cap could squeeze North Country budgets further

Ogdensburg Chamber selling raffle tickets to Supermarket Sweeps for Wine, Beer and Food Festival

Symposium reviews state of Adirondack water

State Police Maj. Guess: Information from captured Dannemora escapee to lead to changes in prisons across NY

Opinion: Kudos on idea of camera installations at Greenbelt, says Heuvelton man

Beef pasture walk Thursday in Canton

Ice cream social Thursday in Crary Mills

  • LOST: Maine Coon long haired cat, black and brown female, from the Cogswell Corners Road, Madrid.
  • LOST: Black & white cat from the Upper Ridge Road, close to Hobsin Road. Missing since July 26.
  • FOUND: Orange Cat. Been here about a week.
  • LOST: Black Fitbit with narrow band, lost in vicinity of Ford St. & Franklin St. at Seaway Festival Parade.
  • LOST: Orange tabby cat on Larnard St. in Potsdam.


Lotto, Mega Millions, Take 5, Win 4, Numbers, Quick Draw, Pick 10, Raffles to Riches NYS Lottery Web Site