A Winthrop woman is asking for the public’s assistance to find out who abandoned a dog in a ditch with its feet bound with Christmas garland. Cindy Edwards says she was on a walk around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday on State Route 11C when she came across the cocker spaniel laying on the side of the road in a ditch. See story.
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THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
Massena village officials are looking at a “social host” law that would make it illegal for adults to host minors consuming illegal drugs and alcohol. The proposed law would punish adults with possible fines and jail time who “knowingly or unknowingly” allow people under age 21 to consume drugs on their property, according to the Massena Drug Free Coalition. An unlawfully dealing with a minor law already exists, but Massena Mayor Tim Currier says the law is “a lot more narrow.”
Do you feel a social host law is necessary?
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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
St. Lawrence County legislators would like the sheriff to take over the duty of issuing pistol permits. It’s the latest in an ongoing effort from county legislators to end a long standing policy by County Court Judge Jerome Richards to put restrictions on nearly all of the conceal carry permits he approves.
Would you like to the sheriff take over the role of issuing pistol permits in St. Lawrence County?
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Dozens of cars from the 1920s through the 21st century lined East Orvis Street in Massena for Frenchie's 'Great Northern New York Auto Show.' A portion of East Orvis Street was blocked for the event, which was also a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Massena. North Country Now photo by Andy Gardner. Go to http://bit.ly/20qZsR3 for more pictures from the event.View enlarged photo.
What photographer Natalie Aldrich identifies as a coyote takes a peek at her as she photographs the beast. 'Ever feel like someone or something is watching you? Well, this coyote was sitting up when I first spotted him on the Brewer Road, Town of Canton. When he spotted me he laid down in the grass with just his head showing,' Aldrich wrote.View enlarged photo.
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