THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Based off of news stories of testimony and closing arguments of the murder trial for Oral ‘Nick’ Hillary, who is accused of killing 12-year-old Garret Phillips of Potsdam on Oct. 24, 2011, what verdict do you think Judge Felix Catena will hand down?

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

New York State exempts heating fuels from their four-percent sales tax, but counties can charge sales tax, and St. Lawrence County does.

Based on the financial situation of the county and its residents, do you think St. Lawrence County should charge residents with sales tax on all heating fuels even though they do not have to?

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Gouverneur tops O.F.A. in football thriller; Potsdam, Massena, Larries win

P-H Panthers boy's soccer shut out St. Regis 2-0; Larries upend Colts 3-1

P-H Panthers girl's soccer, M-W Jackets net shutouts; Hermon-DeKalb falls

Saints Football beats Rensselaer in Liberty League opener

CU Men's Soccer ties RIT 0-0

Early bow season opens Tuesday in St. Lawrence County

Ogdensburg students clean trail at St. Lawrence State Park

Leaves beginning to change in St. Lawrence County

New York Gov. Cuomo's pledge to clean up Albany unfulfilled

Story from NCPR , Sep 26, 9:06 am

Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center offering six-week wellness workshop in Ogdensburg

Screening of 'For the Love of the Mambo' coming to SUNY Potsdam Wednesday as guest teacher visits

Clarkson University appoints assistant professor of occupational therapy in Potsdam

Student debt doubles in decade, North Country assemblywoman says change needed to avoid ‘brain drain’

Art and music classes offered in Potsdam through end of September

Giant pumpkins bring a crowd to Gouverneur

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 26, 5:54 am

Massena Town Hall hours change Oct. 3

St. Regis Mohawk Tribe recognizes habilitation aides with lunch

Jack Kelley Big Band classic show band to perform Sept. 28 in Ogdensburg

Harrisville couple says 'I do'

Goodwill supper to be served Sept. 28 in Norwood

Canton Central School fiscal outlook improving, restores several teaching positions

Free smorgasbord dinner planned Sept. 28 in Russell

Ogdensburg school board talks sports mergers

New York park police seeking candidates for employment

North Country Matters takes a look at response to prescription opioid and heroin epidemic in Massena

St. Lawrence University physics professor says gaining more hours of dark is great for sky watchers

View Massena's 150th birthday party

Record attendance of 3,000 people at Waddington Summer Concert Series

Norfolk-Norwood Minor Hockey Association to hold registrations Wednesday

Alexander String Quartet to perform noontime matinee lecture/performance Sept. 28 in Canton

Pat Arnold Youth Trapping Camp slated for Oct. 10 at Camp Mandaville

Ogdensburg council to discuss zoning, property sale, $500,000 grant Monday

North Country assemblywoman disappointed with court’s rejection of suit alleging state not meeting education obligation

Ogdensburg man charged with resisting arrest, driving on drugs

Potsdam man charged with criminal mischief, menacing, child endangerment

Photos from the second week of the Hillary murder trial

Akwesasne Child Support Enforcement Unit recommends changing council's Family Support Act to provide for family split-ups

Gouverneur Hospital Lunch and Learn Program to be held Sept. 27

Warrior Challenge Run to take place Oct. 8 in Parishville

Paper Wreath Craft class to be offered in Madrid Sept. 30

Clarkson appoints professor of electrical & computer engineering

Editor on Duty: Jimmy Lawton, 315-265-1000. ext. 26

  • FOUND: Car keys and sunglasses St. Lawrence River, Massena.
  • Female tan and white boxer lab mix has been missing since Friday Zept., 23 in the city of Ogdensburg.There is a $500 reward offered for her return.
  • Black Dog with a blue bandana around neck with a rabies tag. Found between the OBrien Rd and Plains Rd near West Pierrepont.
  • LOST: "Ricky" to adoption. Canton.
  • LOST: Car keys at Massena High School.


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