THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

With the recent tick population explosion in St. Lawrence County, medical experts recommend quickly seeing a doctor if you have been bitten by a tick, see a “bulls eye rash” or experience flu-like or arthritic-type symptoms. St. Lawrence County has a higher rate of Lyme disease than most of the country, according to Dr. Daniel Soule, an infectious disease specialist whose office is in Canton.

Have you noticed more ticks so far this year than in previous years?

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Results will be posted June 5.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

A number of towns in St. Lawrence County will host Memorial Day parades, ceremonies and observances this year. "Do you plan to attend local Memorial Day activities?"

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Malone, Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Heuvelton win baseball championships

Heuvelton, St. Regis Falls softball advance to Section X Class D title game

M-W Jackets win golf championship; Canton, N-N, Malone win season

St. Lawrence Central overcomes Massena's upset bid in semifinal

Section 10 girl's lacrosse semifinals: Massena escapes Salmon River 10-9; Canton beats Heuvelton

Potsdam’s new police chief wants body cameras, bike patrol and more for department

St. Lawrence County Traffic Safety reminds drivers to share road with motorcyclists as warmer season begins

High output at dams in Massena hold water levels

Story from WWNY-tv , May 27, 5:19 pm

St. Lawrence County Historical Association gets $2,000 grant from Corning

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

Busy St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences season well underway near Massena

SUNY Canton presents President's Meritorious Service Awards to staff

St. Lawrence County Historical Association’s Used Book Bonanza to be held during Dairy Festival Weekend June 2, 3

NNCS All Night Party to host golf tourney June 3

Massena all elementary spring concert to be held May 31

Potsdam trustees say lead investigator on Garrett Phillips murder was ‘first choice’ for chief of police

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

May 27-June 2, 2017 edition , May 27, 8:33 am

Three people sent to county jail for drug possession after arrest in Norfolk

Pool of $19 million state Dormitory Authority funding will benefit SUNY Canton

Asbestos sign up, as Clarkson works on apartments

Story from WWNY-tv , May 27, 8:46 am

Feds quietly began shipping nuclear waste from Canada on route that crosses St. Lawrence River just upstream from St. Lawrence County

Story from Syracuse.com , May 27, 8:33 am

Opinion: Memorial Day is not for BBQs and celebration, says Lisbon man

Registration for Potsdam Youth Soccer Association summer travel league runs through June 3

Cutting Edge Dueling Pianos to give interactive performance at Cheel Campus Center June 2

Annual camp for Clarkson University Golden Knights baseball program to be conducted July 10 to 13

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  • LOST: Silver ring with amethyst and diamonds in Canton/Potsdam area.
  • Black and orange female kitten, seems to be almost a year old. Green eyes, face is almost completely black. Found on South Raquette River Road.
  • Found in cart at Potsdam Walmart small red should strap purse.


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