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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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South Colton musher to represent U.S. at 2017 IFSS Sleddog World Championship in Ontario

Heuvelton Central’s Paige McCormick scores her 2,000th point

Larries win Icemen's tourney; Canton tops Potsdam; O.F.A. wins

Canton, Potsdam girl's hockey win; Skaneateles nips Beekmantown 3-2

Ogdensburg grapplers place 8th of 31 teams at Essex, VT Tournament

Massena trustees disagree on canvasing for DPW motor equipment operator

Clarkson professor awarded $1 million to pursue cutting-edge research in nanoscience

SUNY Potsdam student sentenced to probation, no jail time, for racist and homophobic letters to prof

Norwood woman's dancing video goes viral on Facebook

Story from WWNY , Jan 17, 5:27 pm

Telephone crisis counselor volunteers sought by Reachout of St. Lawrence County

Tennis clinics offered in Canton at Newell Field House

Massena UMC hosting chicken dinner Thursday

Most St. Lawrence County schools cancel after-school activities; visit here for up-to-date cancellations and delays

Parishville-Hopkinton Central School to begin search for new superintendent

St. Lawrence County Office for Aging says it’s not affiliated with individual seeking monetary donations for ‘blessing bags’

SUNY Potsdam Campus Community Band seeks adult musicians

Akwesasne Cultural Center hosts community meetings to discuss revitalization, review Citizen’s Institute on Rural Design Workshop

Story from Indian Time , Jan 17, 2:46 pm

Bailey appointed assistant bio professor at Clarkson

Gouverneur Central universal pre-K, kindergarten registration underway

South Colton musher to represent U.S. at 2017 IFSS Sleddog World Championship in Ontario

Students at St. Lawrence County’s five colleges can buy textbooks without paying sales tax

Claxton-Hepburn in Ogdensburg, other area hospitals anticipating changes with repeal of Obamacare

Story from WWNY-tv , Jan 17, 11:28 am

North Country Rep. Stefanik wants three-year health care repeal-and-replacement process

Free planetarium shows to again be offered in Potsdam

Giving Tree program assists 175 families in Canton area

St. Lawrence County Power & Equipment Museum president to speak at Brown Bag Lunch Thursday in Canton

Winter weather advisory issued for St. Lawrence County; hazardous driving conditions expected from snow, sleet and rain

Electrical box malfunction causes fire at NYPA maintenance building in Massena

Canton Potsdam Hospital’s Foundation receives $10,000 donation from St. Lawrence County Cancer Fund

Organizers of World AIDS Day contest in Akwesasne call it ‘a success’

Story from Indian Time , Jan 17, 9:14 am

Wild game banquet to be served Saturday in Ogdensburg

Norfolk woman makes dean’s list at SUNY Buffalo

St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies seek info about vehicle that fled scene after striking deer, fence and light pole in Madrid

Massena man jailed after stealing and fraudulently using father’s debit card, police say

If Trump builds a wall, will there be anybody to milk the North Country's cows?

Harrisville takes a hard look at dissolving village into town

Story from WWNY-tv , Jan 17, 5:59 am

Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance, which includes Akwesasne members, plans 2017 priorities

Story from Indian Time , Jan 17, 5:59 am

Free spaghetti dinner to be served Thursday in Potsdam

North Country assemblywoman supportive of more than 300 healthcare demonstrators who marched in Canton on Sunday

Gouverneur man accused of hitting school crossing guard with car, leaving scene

Ex-SUNY Potsdam student expected to serve no jail time for hate threats

Story from WWNY , Jan 16, 5:34 pm

Gouverneur man jailed after allegedly strangling teenager

Check fraud, furnace malfunction caused fire, tax break for agricultural land among MLK Day NCNow top five

Grasse River Players present 'The Starlite Lounge and Murder Mystery' in Canton next month

Blood drive in Gouverneur Thursday

Massena sex offender jailed without bail, deputies say he sent lewd photos on social media and failed to register his account

Historians cite Potsdam connection to Barnum Bailey Circus train wreck

Story from WWNY , Jan 16, 2:43 pm

Ogdensburg Boys, Girls Club Expo scheduled for March; raffle tickets now on sale

Potsdam, Canton students on UVM dean's list

Mohawk school band, chorus perform for Akwesasne seniors

Story from Indian Time , Jan 16, 2:45 pm

Canton gallery show opens Jan. 18

Upcoming Ogdensburg AMVETS events

  • 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.
  • FOUND: Columbia Jacket - youth size 10-12, and more at Canton Central School.

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