THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Changes in the administration of the STAR Tax exemption have reportedly caused problems for people who had to pay taxes up front, then wait for reimbursements from the state which have been delayed. The star exemption provides a significant savings in school taxes for property owners. In the wake of the problems Assemblywoman Addie Jenne has called for the state to revert to the former system in which the exemption was taken off the amount owed.

Do you agree with Jenne’s proposal?

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Results will be posted March 6.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

An outdoor guide who came under fire for allowing hunting dogs to run where property owners don’t want them says reducing the coyote population in St. Lawrence County is important, even if people are irritated when dogs run on their land. The Department of Conservation allows dogs released on land where they have permission to hunt to legally cross onto other property where they are not wanted. But, the dog owner could be charged with trespassing if it is “foreseeable” that the dogs would go where they are not wanted, a DEC spokesman said.

Do you agree with the DEC law?

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Canton downs St. Lawrence Central 64-33 to earn spot in overall Section 10 boy's hoops championship game

Clarkson to open ECAC playoffs against RPI at Cheel Arena, St. Lawrence University earns bye; tickets on sale

Massena and St. Lawrence Central take Section 10 Titles in boy’s high school hockey

Lisbon, Gouverneur, Massena cheerleaders win 2017 Division Championships

Harrisville boy's basketball upsets Chateaugay for "D" Title; Larries win Class C

Clarkson to open ECAC playoffs against RPI at Cheel Arena, St. Lawrence University earns bye; tickets on sale

Norfolk-Norwood figure skaters presenting 'Be Our Guest' ice show Sunday

Survey shows jobs are on St. Lawrence County's mind

Story from WWNY-tv , Mar 1, 2:52 pm

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

North Country Congresswoman Stefanik awarded Distinguished Civilian Service Award from U.S. Army

KeyBank Foundation donates $12,000 to United Way to help nonprofit agencies in St. Lawrence County and Northern New York

Parishville sportsmen hosting annual rabbit hunt March 11, register March 6-10

Police raid in Ogdensburg results in multiple charges for Morris Street man, methamphetamine manufacture alleged

County board holds special meeting Monday in Canton to consider contract with ProAct, could save county $500,000

The president & the plant: workers hope for the best at Alcoa in Massena

Spay-Neuter-Now in Hammond celebrates its 23rd year

Ogdensburg reviewer surprised by comedy in ‘Fist Fight’

All-you-can-eat breakfast in Lisbon at First Congregational this Saturday

Hermon Sledders serving up barbecue chicken Saturday at the Skunk's Nest

Ogdensburg school now has online archive for school performances

President Trump's address gets mixed reviews from North Country congress members

North Country farmers lobby Congress for immigration reform

Story from NCPR , Mar 1, 9:01 am

St. Lawrence University hosting street art exhibits in Canton

Ogdensburg library hosting music and movement program Tuesdays

St. Lawrence County residents eligible for apprenticeships

Clarkson professor to speak at Alexander von Humboldt Colloquium in Washington D.C.

Forecast: record high temps in 60s expected today in St. Lawrence County followed by gusty winds, colder temps and snow

Morristown begins long process of dissolving village

Story from WWNY-tv , Mar 1, 6:12 am

Donations being accepted for Hopkinton Food Pantry summer program for school-aged children

St. Lawrence University professor says Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday are all about the sky

Tsi Snaihne Recreation hosts 26th Winter Carnival in Akwesasne

Story from Indian Time , Mar 1, 6:11 am

'Hungarian Cabbage Roll' sale to benefit Save the Fountain in Norfolk; sales accepted through March 5

Friday fish fries to be served March 3 through April 14 in Pierrepont

Grand jury indicts Massena man on child sex crime charges

Story from WWNY-tv , Feb 28, 5:38 pm

SUNY Canton baccalaureate programs garner high rank from U.S. News

Massena Alcoa fire, hit-and-run in Colton, record high temps among top 5 stories for Feb. 28

New fishing regulations for St. Lawrence pike anglers launch on April 1

Oswegatchie resident named to dean's list at Ithaca College

National Dress in Blue Day at Claxton-Hepburn in Ogdensburg to promote colon cancer awareness

Italian Night dinner in Parishville to benefit After Prom Party

St. Lawrence County residents think heroin and poverty are major problems for area, survey shows

Colton-Pierrepont students travel to Europe, visit France, Italy, Spain

Massena struggles to keep well-paid factory jobs

Story from Marketplace.org , Feb 28, 2:25 pm

Top five things to do in the St. Lawrence County on Wednesday

Opinion: Be fair to direct care, says Colton resident

Massena church offering free meal March 2

Science Cafe to focus on marine invaders in Canton Feb. 28

Electrical arc injured Alcoa employee and caused power outage leading to fire in plant's bake furnace

Ogdensburg will buy Black Bridge from county with hopes of expanding Maple City Trail

View the latest Potsdam-Canton issue of North Country This Week

March 1 - 7, 2017 edition , Feb 28, 11:37 am

Writers series in Canton continues Thursday at St. Lawrence University

Assembly Democrats push for New York to be a sanctuary state; Cuomo not ready for sanctuary legislation

Lisbon resident named to dean's list at Geneva College

Indian dancing performance Thursday in Canton performance hall Thursday

Ogdensburg wastewater project estimate drops to $35 million, city eyes $10 million in grants

Over a dozen Norwood-Norfolk Central students return from trip to France, Spain and England

Massena and St. Lawrence Central take Section 10 Titles in boy’s high school hockey

Story from WWNY-tv , Feb 28, 9:11 am

St. Lawrence County Historical Association's Second Saturday Children’s Program to take spring hiatus

Norwood-Norfolk Elementary School recognizes students of the month

First Friday Jam planned March 3 in Canton

Morley Library Association to meet Thursday

Record high temps possible today and Wednesday with highs in 50s expected in St. Lawrence County

Scanner report of fire at Alcoa in Massena

St. Lawrence County Soil and Water Conservation District accepting tree seedling and shrub program orders through March 24

Deputies seek info on hit-and-run at school, identity theft warning, SLU tuition hike among Feb. 27 NCNow top five

Norwood, Norfolk, Raymondville Community Lunch Program for Kids offered over winter break

Weekly workshops and classes planned at Canton Yoga Loft in March

Editor on Duty: Adam Atkinson, 315-265-1000. ext. 28

  • LOST: $100 reward for return of gold anklet.
  • FOUND: Two German Shepherds running down Morgan Street, Norwood.
  • LOST: Beagle hunting dog with orange collar near Green Road, Hopkinton.
  • FOUND: Cordless Drill - CR 34 between West Potsdam & Route 345.
  • SEEN: Large whitish dog - possible husky mix on CR 49, Norfolk Brookdale Road.


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