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A Potsdam Central School bus driver concerned with an uptick in vehicles passing stopped school buses helped raise enough money to buy cameras for each bus. Chambers said drivers reported to her that they are seeing more and more vehicles illegally pass stopped buses when bussing students. They noted there were several repeat offender vehicles and that obtaining a license plate number was difficult. For more, see story.

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Brian Leonard Football Camp set for June 28 in Potsdam

Four horse shows sponsored by St. Lawrence Valley Horsemen’s Association to be held this summer

St. Lawrence County offering preview of latest segment of multi-use trail from Parishville to Helena

Louisville 5K Turtle Mud Run is June 24 in Chase Mills

Sign up for SUNY Potsdam summer Nike basketball and volleyball camps in July

Evaluation finds Massena Central School special education understaffed, but doing a good job

Canton village, town may update asbestos study for municipal building

Madrid-Waddington, Gouverneur and St. Lawrence Central schools award diplomas to graduating seniors

Retired Edward-Knox teacher on mission for waterfalls

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 24, 7:17 pm

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

Watch the June 12 Ogdensburg City Council meeting

Dozens of St. Lawrence County residents named to president's list at SUNY Potsdam

Brian Leonard Football Camp set for June 28 in Potsdam

Four horse shows sponsored by St. Lawrence Valley Horsemen’s Association to be held this summer

Felony contraband charge made at Gouverneur Correctional Facility

Questions raised about Ogdensburg school sports team merger policy

Sunshine will prevail in St. Lawrence County before clouds, rain move back in

Ogdensburg's credit rating moves to junk bond status

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 24, 8:21 am

Potsdam, Colton-Pierrepont and Hermon-DeKalb school students walk the stage at graduation ceremonies

Students at Canton, Heuvelton and Lisbon schools receive diplomas at commencement ceremonies

View the latest Massena-Ogdensburg issue of North Country This Week

June 24-30, 2017 edition , Jun 24, 8:05 am

Louisville Summer Bash continues this weekend with food, vendor sales, fireworks, lawn mower race

Massena hospital, CSEA strike one-year collective bargaining deal

Opinion: Family thanks community for jamboree support in Ogdensburg

St. Lawrence County DSS to host foster parent information meeting June 26

United States Coast Guard Auxiliary to offer certified “About Boating Safely” course in Ogdensburg June 27-28

North Country senator Ritchie's bill to ban e-cigarettes on school grounds heads to governor's desk

Gouverneur woman faces arson charge

Story from WWNYtv.com , Jun 23, 5:45 pm

Clarkson students work on efficiency projects at Canton-Potsdam Hospital

Community Foundation donates $5,000 to Potsdam-based Community Performance Series

SUNY Canton presented President's Meritorious Service Awards to staff members

Tuition at Potsdam, Canton, all other SUNY schools to slightly increase

Foster parent info session held in Canton

Louisville Summer Bash starts tonight with ice cream social

Canton-Potsdam gynecological practice moving from Outer Main in Potsdam to Cheel campus on Lawrence Ave.

SUNY Canton business department selected for accreditation by international council

Shipley Center for Innovation at Clarkson in Potsdam gets $75,000 from FuzeHub for compressed air system

Watch the May 19 Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority May 16 special meeting

Video from OBPA on YouTube , Jun 23, 2:52 pm

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

Waddington resident selected as Academic All District I Cross Country/Track & Field team member

Intro to fishing workshop held in Ogdensburg

Venue changed at Norwood Village Green Concert Sunday

St. Lawrence County offering preview of latest segment of multi-use trail from Parishville to Helena

Canton village’s rental property registration policy nearing completion

Ogdensburg's Claxton-Hepburn wound healing center joins chronic wounds awareness campaign

North Country craft beverage producers can apply for new production licenses

Watch the June 14 Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority meeting

Video on YouTube from OBPA , Jun 23, 11:54 am

Massena resident named to dean's list at SUNY Geneseo

United Helpers Mosaic in Ogdensburg hosting OSHA 10-hour construction class June 27 and 28

Vacation Bible school at Norfolk Wesleyan Church June 26-30

Editor on Duty:

  • LOST: Large peach-colored cat. Garden St. Potsdam.
  • Happy ending. The Dalmatian/pit mix is home safely with his owner.
  • Dalmatian /Pit Bull mix. Male white with brownish black spots. Found on Market St., Potsdam.
  • FOUND: Beautiful Siamese cat on the Arnold Wagner Rd, Ogdensburg.
  • FOUND: Small white and black cat.


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