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Superintendents at Potsdam and Canton Central are praising Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to give free SUNY tuition to middle class families, but are concerned about how the governor plans to pay for it. The plan would apply to SUNY Canton and Potsdam colleges. According to Cuomo the new initiative will be phased in over three years, beginning for New Yorkers making up to $100,000 annually in the fall of 2017, increasing to $110,000 in 2018, and reaching $125,000 in 2019.

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Clarkson men's hockey skates to 3-3 tie at Cornell

Ott reaches 100 points as Bears women's hockey team edges Cougars, 3-2

Roos women's hockey cruises past Salem State Vikings, 7-0

Clarkson's Sorell buries five 3's, but women's basketball team falls to William Smith 61-58

Late rally comes up short, Saints women's basketball team falls to RIT

State trooper who caused crash that severely injured Brasher Falls woman will not be ticketed, police say

Canton school board okays student trips to France, Costa Rica; appointments, resignations also approved

Entries now being accepted from all ages for North Country Historical Writing Contest

More than 2,000 students attend 'Junie B' play in Ogdensburg

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Beadweaving class to be offered Monday in Waddington

Items sought for used outdoor, sports gear sale Feb. 4 at Maxcy Hall in Potsdam

Canton Central Girls' Swim Team honored for 64 consecutive wins by Board of Ed

Another warm winter weekend predicted, could be some rain in store for St. Lawrence County

Massena schools using state grants to connect students with local health, nutrition, legal and mental health resources

North Country Rep. Stefanik, Sen. Gillibrand mark inauguration of Pres. Trump

See auction to close Smith's Hardware in Massena

'Home of Your Own' info open house Jan. 24 in Potsdam

Next meeting of Bees & Beekeeping Discussion Group set for Jan. 25 in Canton

Norwood-Norfolk Central looks to fill board of education seat; may move from nine-person to seven-person board

Canton Chamber to honor County Seat Realty as 'member of year,' Canton Fire & Rescue with recognition award

Norfolk-Norwood Squirts win 'Shiver on the River' tourney

Potsdam Food Co-op ‘Community Cooks’ set to begin

St. Paul's Church hosting healing service in Waddington

Canton-Potsdam Hospital's Gluten-Free Support Group postpones meeting

Norfolk-Raymondville Food Pantry giving away food Saturday

Massena man jailed after allegedly pointing handgun at and threatening to shoot another person in Louisville, deputies say

Massena Central School to vote on property tax break at February meeting

Ex-wellness center director incompetent for trial, $3 million for Russell bridge, Massena wins tourney among Jan. 19 NCNow top five

Nearly 100 Canton-Potsdam Hospital employees participated in 'On the Move for Others' challenge

Ogdensburg Remington Art Museum hosting winter program, offering guided tours on Saturdays

Wanakena Historical Association seeks entries for 'Celebrate The Beauty of Winter' photo contest

St. Lawrence County colleges included in New York Times ranking of colleges for economic mobility

Not satisfied with first report, Massena school board members want second study of building consolidation

St. Lawrence County gains no non-farm jobs in December, which is behind the 1.1 percent gain statewide

New Potsdam village administrator up for challenge

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'Women's March' to coincide with 'Women's March on Washington' Saturday in Canton

North Country Assemblywoman Jenne supports decriminalization of recreational marijuana use

Story from WWNY-tv , Jan 20, 6:05 am

Ogdensburg Biddy Basketball program uses $200 donation from Moose Lodge to purchase new basketballs

Morley History group to meet Jan. 22

Ogdensburg School District owed more than $600,000 in unpaid taxes

Cynthia Hennessy named Colton’s Citizen of the Year

Norwood residents who voted Trump hopeful for federal tax cuts to help alleviate financial woes

Heuvelton Amvets give $725 to Wounded Warriors Outdoor Adventures

Top three things to do in St. Lawrence County on Friday

'Skate with the Saints' Sunday in Canton

Ex-Massena Wellness Center director not competent to stand trial for murder, will be moved to psych facility for more evaluation

Pancake breakfast in Raymondville Sunday

Gouverneur and Massena mayors praise details of governor's budget

Norwood-Norfolk Central School raising money to fund construction of school in Pakistan

Cuomo proposal would nix statute of limitations for sex crimes against children

Clarkson School Scholars Awards available to St. Lawrence County students for early college

All-you-can breakfast set for Jan. 22 in Ogdensburg

Authors to sign copies of 'Common Roots Cookbook,' offer complimentary tastings Jan. 21

  • FOUND: Tan/White Beagle on Steubinville Pike Road, Lison, Ohio.
  • LOST: Hearing aid in Massena Walmart or Price Chopper parking lots.
  • Lost 2-year-old male cat on January 14 on Douglas Road in Massena. Black and White short hair. His nose is entirely black. Wearing a striped collar with a bell.
  • LOST: Female pup, brown & black with stub tail, Gouverneur St., Canton
  • FOUND: Blue cell phone - Ogdensburg Free Academy.

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