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June 21 officially marked the beginning of summer. What part of summer are you looking forward to the most this year?

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

A Potsdam Central School bus driver concerned with an uptick in vehicles passing stopped school buses helped raise enough money to buy cameras for each bus. Chambers said drivers reported to her that they are seeing more and more vehicles illegally pass stopped buses when bussing students. They noted there were several repeat offender vehicles and that obtaining a license plate number was difficult. For more, see story.

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St. Lawrence County offering preview of latest segment of multi-use trail from Parishville to Helena

Louisville 5K Turtle Mud Run is June 24 in Chase Mills

Sign up for SUNY Potsdam summer Nike basketball and volleyball camps in July

Freeze White beats Freeze Blue in Canton soccer battle

Potsdam Central High School varsity baseball team honored after historical season

St. Lawrence County offering preview of latest segment of multi-use trail from Parishville to Helena

Canton village’s rental property registration policy nearing completion

Ogdensburg's Claxton-Hepburn wound healing center joins chronic wounds awareness campaign

North Country craft beverage producers can apply for new production licenses

Watch the June 14 Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority meeting

Video on YouTube from OBPA , Jun 23, 11:54 am

Massena resident named to dean's list at SUNY Geneseo

United Helpers Mosaic in Ogdensburg hosting OSHA 10-hour construction class June 27 and 28

Parishville Town Board passes local wind law establishing wind turbine setbacks and sound output limits

Vacation Bible school at Norfolk Wesleyan Church June 26-30

St. Lawrence County Conservative Party endorses Gary Pasqua for St. Lawrence County District Attorney

Mother completes fishing pole drive memory of Morristown teen killed on bicycle earlier this year

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 23, 9:23 am

Canton Church and Community Program receives $1,000 donation from SeaComm Federal Credit Union

Trail cleanup marred by hacker in Ogdensburg

Heuvelton Presbyterian Church to serve a free breakfast June 25

Community chorus to begin rehearsals Monday in Madrid

Canton village board accepts resignation of police officer, approves hiring of several new employees

St. Lawrence Seaway traffic slows as record amount of water is released

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 23, 5:49 am

North Country Assemblyman Butler says law will help firefighters who develop cancers due to exposure while on duty

Helping Hands raises over $17,000 for Christian P. House Furniture barn, building fund in Hannawa Falls

Opinion: Here are the facts about wind power prices, parts and PILOTS, says Hopkinton resident

Amvets to serve breakfast in Heuvelton June 25

Annual meeting of the Friends of the Potsdam Museum planned Sunday in Potsdam

Canton may replace municipal phone system next year that was installed 30 years ago

Massena murder suspect gets plea offer

Story from WWNY , Jun 22, 5:28 pm

Potsdam fourth graders celebrate 'moving up day'

Bill to ensure families of dead COs can get their pensions passes state assembly with North Country rep's sponsorship

Man threatens to sue school, child sex crime conviction, former justice gets prison among June 22 NCNow top five

Louisville 5K Turtle Mud Run is June 24 in Chase Mills

St. Lawrence County local living group hosting organic farm tour in Wellesley Island

Former Fowler town justice who traded favorable rulings for sex heading to prison

Parishville-Hopkinton closes in on capital project, gets large donation for playground

St. Lawrence Central Class of 2017 leaders are Gardner, Derouchie

St. Lawrence County unemployment rate stayed level in May while neighboring counties saw increase

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on Friday

Uprooted String Band performing at Edwards Opera House on Saturday night

'New Work From the Swartzentruber Amish Community' spotlight event in Canton Saturday

Canton Chamber wants full-time executive director and funds to change from part-time chief

DEC proposes St. Lawrence River ‘No Discharge Zone’

Spring 2017 was one of wettest on record, Massena sees three inches more rain

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 22, 11:52 am

Ogdensburg Zonta awards scholarships at dinner

TAUNY in Canton striving to raise total of $70k for programs by June 30

Opinion: Wind towers will help economy and environment, says Hopkinton resident

Louisville Summer Bash Friday to Sunday features lawn mower races, music, food, games

Seaway Festival 'button blitz' Friday in Ogdensburg

State police issue 1,500 tickets during speed week in North Country

Ogdensburg City School District recognizes Seaway Festival Committee and wrestling coach

Massena Memorial: Obamacare repeal could cost hospital millions

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 22, 9:35 am

New Horizon Band performing battle hymns and campfire songs in DeKalb Junction

Massena Memorial Hospital says timing is critical when strokes occur

Opinion: Racial divide empowers exploitative ruling class, says Potsdam resident

Reynolds retirees holding lunch buffet at Malone Golf Club June 28

Democratic candidate for 21st Congressional District hosts town hall in Louisville; says Stefanik hasn't visited town since election

Norfolk paper company responds after worker is indicted on federal pollution charges

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 22, 6:05 am

St. Lawrence County sees road salt prices drop

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 22, 6:05 am

Ogdensburg Zonta Club donates $1,000 to Claxton-Hepburn Foundation to support Richard Winter Cancer Treatment Center

New 'Beauty and the Beast' to screen for free Friday in Ogdensburg

Hammond Central student named Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce's June BOCES Student of the Month

Potsdam Central Class of 1962 reunion planned July 21-23

Editor on Duty: Matt Lindsey, 315-265-1000. ext. 31

  • LOST: Large peach-colored cat. Garden St. Potsdam.
  • Happy ending. The Dalmatian/pit mix is home safely with his owner.
  • Dalmatian /Pit Bull mix. Male white with brownish black spots. Found on Market St., Potsdam.
  • FOUND: Beautiful Siamese cat on the Arnold Wagner Rd, Ogdensburg.
  • FOUND: Small white and black cat.


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