The 3rd Annual Dustin Berger Memorial 4-Wheeler Run at the Norwood American Legion saw 78 machines and 115 riders participating. The event raised $1,080 that was donated to the Norfolk Rod & Gun Club. Pictured are, from left, Legion 2nd Vice Jamie Perme, Treasurer Richard Raymonda, Rod & Gun Club VP Dustin Smith, President Bob Jones, Legion Commander Elaine A Saarinen and 1st Vice Robert M Henninger.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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Residents of United Helpers RiverLedge Campus have been enjoying snow cones made with a new snow cone machine. From left, residents, Leon Miner and Barb Lang, activities aides, Kaili Riddle and Shirley Cox and resident Jane Harper.View enlarged photo.
The Norwood American Legion Post 68 donated $400 from the Ronald J "Hawghead" Tuper Memorial Fund, matched by brother Dennis Tuper, totaling $800 to the Norwood-Norfok Central School Snack Pack Program. Pictured from left 2nd Vice Jamie "Tuper" Perme, Snack Pack representative Mary Ellen Todd, Dennis Tuper and MichaelTuper. Photo submitted by Elaine Saarinen.View enlarged photo.
Michele O'Donnell snapped this shot of the full moon over Riverview Park in Gouverneur Thursday night.
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Amy Cook of Gouverneur submitted this picture of three cats she described as 'on dogwatch.'View enlarged photo.
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