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Punt, pass and kick soccer skills competition set for Canton

Dan Rose Tournament semifinals: Hammond wins in ovetime; M-W wins in girl's soccer action

Massena, Potsdam, Lisbon, Morristown, E-K, St. Regis pick up league wins in boy's soccer

Massena downs O.F.A. 3-1; M-W and Gouverneur lose in volleyball

Amvets Ladies Auxiliary sponsoring their 10th walk-a-thon in Parishville to benefit local animal shelters

Potsdam man accused of sexual abuse involving 14-year-old girl, deputies say

Massena Central School Board of Education approves hiring of more than a dozen employees

Employers recruit in record numbers at Clarkson

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 19, 5:58 am

EBT cards in St. Lawrence County won’t work for a few hours Sunday

Clarkson University Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences speaks at Smart Schools Commission Public Symposium in Buffalo

Punt, pass and kick soccer skills competition set for Canton

Lisbon United Presbyterian Church hosting all-you-can-eat breakfast and pie sale Sept. 20

Thank-you gathering Friday in Heuvelton for those who helped recover kidnapped Amish girls

'Sports for Cancer' chicken barbeque in Norwood Saturday

Family nurse practitioner joins Ogdensburg's Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center

Gouverneur firefighters to soon distribute fundraising 'coin cards'

42nd Norwood Autumn Festival to include exhibits, music, classic car show, food, vendors

St. Lawrence County residents won't be able to use SNAP benefits on Sunday

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 18, 5:27 pm

Free rabies clinic in Norwood on Saturday

Court documents show couple accused of kidnapping Heuvelton Amish girls also produced child pornography

Turkey dinner in Waddington on Saturday

SUNY Potsdam president taking alleged campus rape 'very seriously'

Nearly 60 pounds of prescription medications disposed of in Gouverneur

A Potsdam festival set in stone

Opinion: Canton and Potsdam school merger is only answer to help lower taxes

Macomb Community Wesleyan Church offers pork roast dinner

Jules of Life Foundation will benefit from Ogdensburg Harvest Festival

Hermon pair accused of kidnapping Amish girls now charged with conspiracy to sexually exploit children; could face 30 years

Story from, Sep 18, 11:56 am

33-year-old accused of rape at SUNY Potsdam, held on $10,000 bail

Story from, Sep 18, 12:18 pm

Flying Coconuts bring Hawaiian flavor to Russell

Oswegatchie man jailed for allegedly stealing over $3,000 from Fort Drum

Story from, Sep 18, 11:40 am

Rep. Owens votes for Obama’s plan to combat ISIS, and to fund U.S. government temporarily

Story from, Sep 18, 11:38 am

Opinion: Only one Congressional candidate represents change, says Nicholville man

'Energetic well-being of children' offered in Chase Mills on Saturday

Story from, Sep 18, 11:35 am

Amvets Ladies Auxiliary sponsoring their 10th walk-a-thon in Parishville to benefit local animal shelters

Story from, Sep 18, 11:33 am

GOP candidate for Governor visits Potsdam, says he would change education system if elected

SUNY student assembly to hold town hall meeting in Potsdam on Friday

Story from, Sep 18, 11:32 am

Traffic detours expected Sept. 22 as Gouverneur Public Works mills Church Street, Dodge Place

SUNY Potsdam’s ‘Take the Lead’ campaign within 10 percent of $27 million fundraising goal

Hermon-DeKalb teacher tour to lead trip to Italy, Greece, open to all high school students

Democratic North Country congressional candidate Woolf accused of stiffing employees of overtime pay

Parishville-Hopkinton Central School yearbook staff to hold bottle drive Sept. 20

SUNY Canton's Small Business Development Center to host 'Women's Business Bootcamp'

In Potsdam, GOP gubernatorial candidate Astorino says he supports SAFE Act repeal, strengthening mental healthcare system

Canton-Potsdam Hospital names its employees of the quarter

Potsdam native returns to open chiropractic office

Woolf challenges Stefanik on income inequality

Clarkson University President Collins to moderate state business council panel discussion

Congressional candidate Funiciello says questioning 9/11 events isn't wrong

St. Lawrence University’s Climate Change Forum to feature speakers discussing global warming and renewable energy Sept. 23-24

Build LEGO robots during 'Robotzone' set for Saturday in Potsdam

Adirondack North Country Association to host meeting Sept. 26

  • FOUND: small black male dog, curly tail, not neutered, slight under-bite. Might be a pug mix. Wearing blue and brown collar with no ID, dragging chewed-through plastic/wire cable-type leash.
  • Lost: Marley, a 10lb orange, long haired cat went missing on September 16th and has not returned home. She is spayed and may be skittish around strangers.
  • Found: female beagle, Buck Road. No collar.
  • Lost on Main street in Ogdensburg NY REWARD: missing orange cat about a 1&1/2 old.
  • Spotted: Two young labs one black one brown running at large on Mansion Ave in Ogdensburg at 12:15pm. No collars appeared to be running for some time.

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