THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

An outdoor guide who came under fire for allowing hunting dogs to run where property owners don’t want them says reducing the coyote population in St. Lawrence County is important, even if people are irritated when dogs run on their land. The Department of Conservation allows dogs released on land where they have permission to hunt to legally cross onto other property where they are not wanted. But, the dog owner could be charged with trespassing if it is “foreseeable” that the dogs would go where they are not wanted, a DEC spokesman said.

Do you agree with the DEC law?

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Results will be posted Feb. 27.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Free income tax preparation and electronic filing is offered at various location in St. Lawrence County and the deadline to file is April 15.

How do you prepare your income taxes?

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Harrisville, Chateaugay boy's basketball survive to advance to "D" championship

Larries girl's hoops edge Flyers 58-55, Madrid-Waddington advances to final

Islanders upset O.F.A. in OT, Icemen edge Malone in quarterfinals

Canton minor hockey team takes Can-Am Challenge Cup in Montreal last weekend

The Dig Squad settling in to third season as part of Seaway Smash Volley Ball Club

Despite increase at MMH, Massena village treasurer doesn't forsee huge jump in state retirement payment

CJs in Potsdam now under new ownership

Car crashes into Star Lake Nice n Easy

Story from WWNY , Feb 22, 5:27 pm

Akwesasne ecological worker to help oversee international St. Lawrence River water-levels plan

Lake St. Lawrence Winter Chill events continue through this weekend in Massena, Waddington, Louisville

Food drive in Potsdam through March 4

Sheppard appointed outpatient growth and development director at Claxton-Hepburn in Ogdensburg

Ogdensburg to compete for $10 million in downtown revitalization money

Massena nurses' union VP calls one-year collective bargaining deal 'a good contract'

North Country Rep. Stefanik details healthcare law she supports

SUNY Canton Nursing Assn. gets donation toward clinics, seminars

Ogdensburg woman inducted into Elmira College honor society

AARP driver safety program in Massena April 27-28

Pork loin dinner in Morley Saturday

Ogdensburg needs to reduce city workforce to garner state help

Norfolk-Norwood Icemen advance to state champioship games in Buffalo

Gillibrand to make stop in Massena Thursday at community center on Beach Street

Wanakena Footbridge lighted with memorial luminarias for Winter Whiteout Weekend

Story from WWNY-tv , Feb 22, 11:51 am

Clarkson chemistry department chair in Potsdam awarded grant from Romanian National Science Foundation

Story from NorthCountryNow , Feb 22, 11:48 am

Remington museum in Ogdensburg offering docent tours this Saturday

Special needs art and music class offered in Potsdam

Massena scraps proposed taxi cab law, heads back to drawing board

Warm weather forces St. Lawrence River Walleye Association to cancel Northern Pike Challenge for second consecutive year

New York medical pot company prospecting for new customers in nursing homes

Story from Syracuse.com , Feb 22, 9:20 am

St. Lawrence University pledges $19,000 to United Way

Claxton-Hepburn in Ogdensburg names three employees as 'Claxton Defenders'

Story from NorthCountryNow , Feb 22, 9:16 am

WIC clinics planned in Ogdensburg and Massena

Massena Volunteer Fire Department hosting chicken barbecue Feb. 25

Massena mayor wants local government consolidation, possibly 'coterminous' with voters deciding if they want a village board

DEC offering license exams for falconers, leashed dog trackers for St. Lawrence County residents

North Country farmers recognize Sen. Ritchie for supporting agriculture

Ogdensburg hospital raising awareness about heart disease

Clarkson engineering students visit Potsdam middle school class

Clarkson professor named associate editor of trade publication

Story from NorthCountryNow , Feb 22, 6:35 am

Girl Scout registration set for Feb. 27 in Parishville

St. Lawrence County must make consolidation plan for towns and villages to receive state aid

St. Lawrence County Arts Council offering Special Arts for Special Needs course

Canton minor hockey team takes Can-Am Challenge Cup in Montreal last weekend

Jenne: DEC needs to add rangers to match state land acquisitions and tourism growth in St. Lawrence region

Missing student found, AG wants people to test internet speed, coke bust among Feb. 21 NCNow top five

T-shirt memory quilting class offered in Canton Saturday

Peace poetry workshop to be held in Norwood at the library

Brasher Falls man jailed without bail on charges of possessing cocaine, daggers

Clarkson chemistry prof in Potsdam receives CAREER award from National Science Foundation

State chipping in $100,000 for new Town of Potsdam heavy plow truck

Massena cider among those celebrated in Albany area

St. Lawrence County taking applications to add land to ag districts

Opinion: Republican administration is taking away healthcare access, says Hermon woman

SUNY Potsdam jazz ensemble performing first concert of the year on Friday

Free meal in Massena Thursday

  • FOUND: Cordless Drill - CR 34 between West Potsdam & Route 345.
  • SEEN: Large whitish dog - possible husky mix on CR 49, Norfolk Brookdale Road.
  • REWARD $400 With any information leading to the return of my LOST PUPPY I posted on Feb 10th about my Saint Bernard that went missing on Feb 8th.
  • LOST: Saint Bernard puppy from Russell.
  • LOST: Tri-colored Peek-a-pug from St. Lawrence Ave., Waddington. Reward offered.


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