Marsha Colt submitted this photo of chickadees, some of the hardiest birds south of the Arctic Circle, at her bird feeder in chilly Pierrepont.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
Due to an extremely warm winter, many winter activities and events have been put on hold or cancelled, including the annual St. Lawrence River Walleye Association Northern Pike Challenge event.
What winter activities do you miss doing most as a result of a warmer North Country winter?
Results will be posted Monday, Feb. 15.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Police and emergency responders who administered Naloxone to people suffering opiate or opioid overdoses in St. Lawrence County have saved at least five lives since 2014. The drug neutralizes the effect of narcotics like morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone and heroin, but some police agencies in the county do not carry it.
Do think all law enforcement officers and emergency responders should be trained to administer Naloxone?
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This month's Second Saturday Children's Program at 11 a.m. Saturdayat Silas Wright House in Canton is about some of the disastrous winter storms that have hit the region including the ice storm in 1912 that left damage you see in the photo from Canton above. Image from the St. Lawrence County Historical Association.View enlarged photo.
The Northern Tier Provider's Coalition recently awarded Mayor Tim Currier, right, with their Coalition Volunteer Award 'for his advocacy efforts in the prevention of chemical dependency in the Massena community.' He is with Massena Drug Free Community Coalition Coordinator Felica Neahr. See story for more details.View enlarged photo.
Clarkson University’s Physician Assistant Program recently collected more than 400 stuffed animals from fans at the 'Teddy Bear Toss' during a recent Clarkson men’s hockey game. After the Golden Knights scored their first goal, the stuffed animals rained down on the ice and were quickly scooped up by the hockey players, Cheel staff and PA students. Clarkson University physician assistant students collected a total of 400 stuffed animals that are being distributed to child patients at local hospitals.View enlarged photo.
Jacory Johnson, Emalynn Olmstead, Ada Jones and Jayde Weeks were Valentine buddies during their Kindergarten Valentine’s Day party at Lawrence Avenue Elementary in Potsdam. Photo submitted by Connie Harper.View enlarged photo.
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