THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Superintendents at Canton and Potsdam schools say a study of merging the two schools districts shows a joint school district could reduce tax rates and offer more educational opportunities to students. Costs for transportation and time students will spend riding buses would remain close to the same. More programs and sports teams could be added if the merger passes but competition for spots on sports teams would likely increase.

Do you feel the merger is in the best interest of both schools?

Take the NCNow Survery.

Results will be posted Monday, Oct. 27.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

St. Lawrence County legislators have proposed a tentative budget that grows the tax levy by 3.9 percent and raises the tax rate by 2.1 percent. The budget grows the county's fund balance and is under the state's tax cap of 4.6 percent.

Are you pleased with tentative budget?

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Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce names long-time executive director of Boys & Girls Club 'Citizen of the Year'

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SUNY Potsdam dancers to open production of 'Back of the Throat'

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Massena Visionaries clean up downtown

Video from John Michaud , Oct 20, 11:50 am

Growing great garlic in North Country

St. Lawrence-Lewis County BOCES students prepare meals for Senior Health and Wellness Fair

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Opinion: Potsdam trustee endorses candidates for county legislature

Potsdam PTSA will serve spaghetti dinner prior to Canton-Potsdam merger meeting

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Gouverneur residents charged with 25 counts of animal neglect

Potsdam police charge woman after she allegedly punched an officer

Monsters, superheroes and witches at Canton's Phantoms in the Park Oct. 25

Hundreds attend senior health fair in Ogdensburg

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 20, 8:54 am

2007 $5.6 billion NYPA subsidy to Alcoa plant in Massena biggest ever in state, study says

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Potsdam television show North Country Matters to focus on education

Sen. Ritchie endorses Republican candidates for St. Lawrence County board

Massena man jailed for obstructing traffic, refusing to comply with police in Potsdam

Haunted tour, house and performances to highlight 'Fright Night' Thursday in Potsdam

Bringing back the historic Wanakena Footbridge, dollar by dollar

Clarkson students work to commercialize Air Force Research Laboratory technologies this fall

Canton Yoga Loft fundraiser raises over $2,000

Nicholville United Methodist Church to serve roast pork dinner Oct. 23

St. Lawrence County to choose soon between two candidates for new director of public health

North Country House candidates Woolf, Funiciello debate climate change issues

Massena High School hockey on lofty perch

Canton Goldenaires looking for new members as holiday concerts near

NYPA awards contracts to upgrade safety systems at St. Lawrence-Franklin D. Roosevelt Power Plant in Massena

Mental health issues put 34,500 on New York’s No-Guns list

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‘Bringing Home the Canoes’ exhibit opens in Akwesasne

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Opinion: Burke’s experience will provide change for St. Lawrence County

“Creating a PowerPoint Presentation” to be offered at Potsdam library Oct. 23

Colton Historical Society to meet Oct. 23

Early frost hurt but did not ruin St. Lawrence County’s livestock feed crops

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Music in the North Country sky from autumn migrants a harbinger of winter

Woolf outspending Stefanik in campaign for North Country House seat, but Super PACs spending for Stefanik

Counties call on state to fund indigent defense

Potsdam man all smiles after arrested for drugs, DWI, speeding

Massena videographer records tour of W. Orvis St. Cemetery

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Campus Sustainability Day and Food Day on to be held on Clarkson campus Oct. 22, 23

Ham and scalloped potato dinner to be served at St. Philips Episcopal Church in Norwood Oct. 22

Hale Cemetery Association fall meeting in Raymondville slated for Oct. 22

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