Jennie Winters won a bike from the Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center employee wellness team the Health Nuts. Employees had to submit a written essay why they think they should win a new bike and helmet. The Health Nuts team reviewed the essays. Winters works at the Rev. Thomas T. Patterson Wound Healing Center.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
St. Lawrence County legislators voted to allow the sale of sparklers and a few other small fireworks in St. Lawrence County for July 4 and New Year’s celebrations. Sales are permitted from June 1 through July 5 and from Dec. 26 to Jan. 2, each calendar year.
Did you purchase fireworks in St. Lawrence County this year?
Results will be posted Monday, July 5.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Both the Ogdensburg and Massena International Airports are looking to expand their facilities to allow airlines to land at their airports. In Ogdensburg, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) last year approved the city’s request to extend the runway at the airport there by 1,200 feet. Hoping for flights to Myrtle Beach and Florida, the Massena Town Council began creating an advisory committee in May for the Massena International Airport.
Should the Potsdam Municipal Airport, also known as Damon Field, pursue FAA funding so that airlines can land at the facility?
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Football Club Freeze 15U girls take on Upstate United SC Storm FC at 6:30 p.m. tonight at SLU, following their 6-0 rout last week of Lewis County United. In that game, leading scorer Olivia Mace, above, managed to split two defenders as she worked her way toward the opposition goal.View enlarged photo.
Wade Mackin, 2, recently caught his first fish at Higley Flow State Park. His grandpa, Jeffrey Flanagan, is in back. Photo submitted by Amber Mackin.View enlarged photo.
The Potsdam Kiwanis Club recently gave away four bicycles and helmets to Potsdam Central students. Winners of the Kiwanis Club of Potsdam bicycle giveaway were second grade students Owen Alguire, pictured with NBT Bank President David Moulton, winner Holland Foster, and Lawrence Avenue Elementary Principal Larry Jenne.View enlarged photo.
Ray Simpson got a hole in one Monday night while playing in the Twin Brooks Golf Course, Waddington Monday night league. He used a pitching wedge for a 152 yard shot on the 11th hole. Ray is a first year member at Twin Brooks Golf Course.View enlarged photo.
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