This eagle was feeding on a carcass and was run off by another bird. This photo was taken on the Brasher Center Road by Christine Smith.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
Due to an extremely warm winter, many winter activities and events have been put on hold or cancelled, including the annual St. Lawrence River Walleye Association Northern Pike Challenge event.
What winter activities do you miss doing most as a result of a warmer North Country winter?
Results will be posted Monday, Feb. 15.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Police and emergency responders who administered Naloxone to people suffering opiate or opioid overdoses in St. Lawrence County have saved at least five lives since 2014. The drug neutralizes the effect of narcotics like morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone and heroin, but some police agencies in the county do not carry it.
Do think all law enforcement officers and emergency responders should be trained to administer Naloxone?
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A beautiful sunset was captured on County Route 31 in Lisbon over the weekend by frequent NorthCountryNow.com contributor David Zufall.View enlarged photo.
The Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce elected as officers of the 2016 Executive committee, from left, are Executive Director Nathan Lashomb, Treasurer Chris Herrick, 3rd Vice President Mark Bogdan, 2nd Vice President Jason Hendricks, Past President Miriam Catapano, President Ann Viskovich, and 1st Vice President Michael Kassian.View enlarged photo.
For a young boy who loves the snow, this winter has largely been a bust, but this boy really enjoyed the packy snow that fell Saturday on Brasher. Don Straight caught the moment when he decided he wanted to throw snow up in the air and catch it in his mouth.
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Madrid-Waddington Boy's Varsity Basketball Coach Aaron Jones and his team recently helped coach the M-W Youth Basketball Teams. The kindergarten and first grade coaches, Brittany Bush and Claire Murphy, along with the second and third grade coaches, Melissa Mayette, Bob Raines, and Toby Bogart, were pleased to have help molding the future generation of Yellow Jackets. “The kids were in complete awe and were mesmerized for 90 minutes, which seemed to go by in the blink of an eye,” said Mayette, who sent us this photo.View enlarged photo.
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