As Halloween nears, pumpkins are everywhere, including hundreds of pumpkins that can be seen near Norwood-Norfolk Central School ready for sale at Graber's Produce, 7789 NYS Hwy. 56, Norwood.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain says she agrees with District Attorney Association’s call for an expedited investigation in to various claims that have been filed against her. While there has been no information released as to how long the process may take, the process reportedly should be accelerated to ensure St. Lawrence County residents have a functioning criminal justice system,
Do you want to see the investigation expedited?
Results will be posted Oct. 24.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Colder weather has moved into St. Lawrence County over the last few weeks causing many to begin heating their homes and businesses.
If you had the choice to heat your home or business with any source, what would you choose?
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Enjoying the autumn weather before the rain. Philip Paige of Madrid poses for a photo for David Zufall on the Dennis Road outside of Madrid. "It's fun to just grab a friend, a camera and find a nice road to capture our beautiful North Country scenery and enjoy the season," photographer David Zufall of Lisbon said.View enlarged photo.
The mentoring program at Potsdam’s A.A. Kingston Middle School gratefully accepted a donation of $400 from the Potsdam Elks Club. The Potsdam Mentor Program operates with the ideology that when students make a lasting connection with at least one caring adult, academic and personal outcomes improve. Pictured are Elks Community Activities Chair Tim Welpe, a member of the lodge for 24 years, and member Pam Hartzog presenting the check to Mentoring Coordinator Sheila Tiernan.View enlarged photo.
Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care recently received a handmade wall hanging from community member Debra Scott. 'In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I really just wanted to do something to inspire patients, because sometimes you just need a reminder that ‘I can do this,’ she said.View enlarged photo.
Brasher Falls Head Start students recently visited Kaneb's Orchard in Massena and learned about apples. Photo submitted by Marlee Barse.View enlarged photo.
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