THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Even though the official start of fall is about a month away, some trees and shrubs in St. Lawrence County are already beginning to change color as they enter dormancy early this year because of the hot, dry summer.

Have trees where you live begun to change colors?

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Results will be posted Monday, Aug. 29.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Wild parsnip, an invasive capable of causing severe burns and possibly even blindness has become abundant in St. Lawrence County, and little is being done to stop its spread. Look along the side of most St. Lawrence County roads and wild parsnip measures three to five feet in height and features yellow umbrella-like flowers that are similar in appearance to Queen Anne’s Lace. If skin comes into contact with parsnip sap and is then exposed to sunlight the result can be severe.

Have you seen wild parsnip where you live?

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Massena Central basketball player headed to state all star game

American Legion Shootout at Massena Rod and Gun Club announces winners

Ogdensburg shoots down lacrosse merger with Lisbon school; cites roster size

Ogdensburg Free Academy grad posthumously purchases jerseys for varsity football team

Five from Clarkson Women's Hockey pick in CWHL Draft

Ogdensburg City School District Board of Education approves appointment of new teachers, staff for upcoming year

St. Lawrence County approves DA to hire outside attorney for appeals

Multi-agency effort underway to prevent underage drinking at North Country colleges

Gateway Museum in Morristown receives $1,000 from Kathryn A. O'Marah Benefit Auction

Ives Park Concert Series in Potsdam continues Saturday with rock and soul duo SIRSY

Lawnmower races and chicken BBQ set for Sunday in Norfolk

Colton and Gouverneur residents awarded presidential scholarships at SUNY Oswego

Group that wants Market Street in Potsdam closed to motor traffic makes pitch to village trustees

Massena Central basketball player headed to state all star game

Ogdensburg Chamber hosting next Solarize meeting Saturday

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on Thursday

Opinion: Street signs in Potsdam need better visibility

Welcome Weekend activities planned at SUNY Potsdam Aug. 26-28

Ice cream social in Louisville Friday

Potsdam appoints interim police chief, lieutenant and sergeant while search for new chief begins

Conservative Party North Country Assembly candidate decries salary hike proposal for state legislators

American Legion Shootout at Massena Rod and Gun Club announces winners

Veteran TV reporter John Friot: The untold stories from around St. Lawrence County

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 24, 2:56 pm

Riverside Brass Quintet to close out 2016 Waddington Concert Series Friday

Lisbon resident awarded co-scholarship at SUNY Oswego

St. Lawrence AARP lunch at Goose Landing in Winthrop Sept. 20

St. Lawrence County tables plan to borrow $10 million for cash flow

Seaway Valley Prevention Council to get boost from state for anti-drug counseling services

Harrisville man charged with DWI following hit-and-run accident in Pitcairn

St. Lawrence University astronomer has latest on what’s where in the North Country sky

Opinion: Elections should not be popularity contests, says St. Lawrence County legislator

Church in Crary Mills to host large garage sale Friday and Saturday

Music jam workshop Friday afternoon at TAUNY in Canton

Ogdensburg DPW crews busy with water main breaks, paving, other work

Richville dissolution study underway, public meeting set for Sept. 12

In North Country River District's three-way Republican primary, a rematch and a new face

Story from NCPR , Aug 24, 8:40 am

Steelin' Country performing at Lisbon Railroad Depot and Museum

Canton couple celebrates 30th wedding anniversary

St. Lawrence County Youth Bureau gets donation from Norwood Legion

Massena Amvets Auxiliary Dinner set for Aug. 25

Ogdensburg shoots down lacrosse merger with Lisbon school; cites roster size

Saying farewell to 'Mr. St. Lawrence County'

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 24, 6:07 am

New York State United Teachers endorse North Country Assemblywoman Russell in her bid for re-election

Orchestra of Northern New York 2016-17 schedule includes Baroque period works, Yuletide favorites and American jazz and pops

Lawrence man killed in truck rollover, football jerseys donated to OFA, new Norfolk thrift store among Aug. 23 NCNow top five

Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce seeks nominations for citizen, business and community service awards

Red Cross blood drive planned Aug. 25 in Massena

Editor on Duty: Matt Lindsey, 315-265-1000. ext. 31

  • LOST: Two black Newfoundlands in North Russell.
  • FOUND: A colored print in black artist folder at Canton Fire Station.
  • FOUND: Kayak paddle by the Grasse River boat ramp in Madrid.


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