THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

A 40-turbine wind farm electric generation project in Hopkinton and Parishville that could power as many as 24,000 homes is moving forward despite five years of seeming inactivity. The 100-megawatt North Ridge Wind Farm is moving up on Iberdrola Renewables’ development list, however, the project is still years from completion and no firm start date has been given by project officials.

Would you support a wind farm in your community?

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Results will be posted Monday, June 27.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

A downtown whitewater park, campgrounds along the Grasse River, and more local fishing sites could bring more visitors and economic vitality to the community, according to Canton’s economic developers. It would be a low-impact whitewater park, maybe with a wading pool on shore, all “family-friendly in keeping with the need to provide something downtown for people who want to get into the water.

Do you believe this development will help improve the North Country economy?

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The NCNow Survey is an unscientific poll of visitors to NorthCountryNow.com who choose to participate. Please keep comments to 150 words or fewer; all are subject to editing.  Submit suggestions for future NCNow Survey questions

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Country Road Ramble 5 & 10K race in Madrid Saturday

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Canton Minor Hockey tryouts Tuesday and Wednesday evening at Roos House

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Gouverneur, St. Lawrence Central, Heuvelton High Schools honor grads

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Parishville-Hopkinton Central School Class of ’76 inviting all classes to reunion, service

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Potsdam, Colton-Pierrepont, Hermon-DeKalb seniors earn diplomas

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Massena, Norwood, Morley, Canton, Heuvelton, O'burg libraries split $250,000 for upgrades, funding

Free lunch for Parishville summer rec participants starting next month

Potsdam Music Theater presenting 'Mary Poppins,' 'Ring of Fire' in July & August

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Ogdensburg Association of Senior Citizens host membership appreciation picnic July 16

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North Country House representative lends no support to Democrats demonstrating for gun control law

Support groups meeting at Massena Memorial Hospital for a variety of ailments and conditions

Adirondack Park Agency has new leader from Wanakena to deal with new challenges

Opinion: Thanksgiving program in Potsdam offers thanks those who help; plans underway soon for 2016 program

Potsdam Youth Soccer Association training academy for kids 4 to 15 starts June 28

Manage invasive plants with knowledge from free session June 29 at Clifton-Fine School

Norwood-Norfolk school begins work to replace half-century old heating system as part of $13.5 million project

Canton jail inmate charged with multiple counts of witness tampering

Osprey nest with young birds in it moved by NYPA, DEC in Waddington

St. Lawrence County farmers may get financial relief under Sen. Betty Little's proposal that cleared Senate

Potsdam woman named to dean's list at Boston University

Morristown Fire Department to host new and used item auction June 25

Craft and vendor fair set for June 25 in Ogdensburg

Senate approves legislation that would double St. Lawrence County's take from vehicle transactions

Potsdam cemetery rules remain up in air

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Potsdam residents present scientific papers at international student conference

GardenShare seeks volunteers for farmers markets in Canton, Gouverneur, Hammond, Massena and Potsdam


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