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The North Country’s 21st Congressional District will hold an election for the U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 4. If the 21st Congressional District election were held today, who would you vote for?

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Saints rush past Mustangs, 31-14

Ogdensburg football team outlasts Potsdam 41-34; Malone edges Tupper 14-11

M-W Jackets win boy's soccer Rose Tournament; Hammond wins first in Consy

Hammond edges Madrid-Waddington for girl's soccer Rose Title; Lisbon wins consolation

Malone wins Division II Boy's XCountry State Preliminary meet; N-N Flyers 7th

Ogdensburg City Council considers street names Monday

Potsdam man going to national ‘strongman’ championships in Reno

Staghorn sumac in St. Lawrence County turning red, not poison, tastes great!

Campaign to rebuild Wanakena footbridge has raised over $18,000 so far

Building of 1964 World's Fair 'Unisphere' celebrated by Akwesasne ironworkers

Story from Indian Time , Sep 21, 5:07 pm

Microplastic pollution discovered in St. Lawrence River sediments

Story from Phys.org , Sep 21, 5:06 pm

Kids read and hide books in reading program at Potsdam Farmers' Market

Silent auction of works donated by local artists to raise funds for Bruce C. Potter scholarship at C-PH Sept. 22 – Oct. 3

Cornell University agricultural economist to discuss new dairy margin program Sept. 23 in Canton

Celiac Disease Support Group to meet at Canton-Potsdam Hospital Sept. 22

Peak Moment TV on WCKN-TV to discuss 21st-century leadership Sept. 22, 23

In Massena, Parishville, Rensselaer Falls, Lisbon and elsewhere, local apple harvest looking good

Nearly 200 attend Heuvelton event honoring those who helped search for kidnapped Amish girls

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 21, 10:36 am

Showers likely in St. Lawrence Valley; unseasonably low temps predicted for Monday

No more loons in the Adirondacks by 2020?

Story from Syracuse.com , Sep 21, 8:34 am

Two vehicles involved in property-damage accident at Maple Street intersection in Massena

Nominations to military service academies open, North Country Congressman Owens says

Trail camera photo contest on the hunt for the best shots through Dec. 1

Potsdam native receives recognition in PBS special as secretary to Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt

Akwesasne author sees books make it into print

Story from Indian Time , Sep 21, 8:33 am

Remington museum selling raffle tickets with $5,000 purse up for grabs Oct. 4

Artist lecture hosted by St. Lawrence University Sept. 23

Literacy volunteers needed to tutor; training Oct. 4, 11 and 18 in Potsdam

Massena video documenter captures renovations of downtown Massena tax building

New surgeon at Massena Memorial specializes in minimally invasive hernia procedures

Morley Library children’s section to benefit from grant

Potsdam Municipal latest in airport expansion

Opinion: Deceased Norwood man leaves positive legacy behind

Massena Democratic Committee to hold meet and greet with candidates Sept. 22

Katie Couric documentary “Fed Up” to be shown in Potsdam at Cinema 10 Sept. 22

Acapella North Chorus chapter of Sweet Adelines to present “Lovin’ That Barbershop Sound” in Canton Sept. 27

Potsdam library to offer a level three smart phone class Sept. 22

Massena Town Council to hire law group as consultant to examine proposed Time Warner Cable agreement

Efforts in Heuvelton Amish kidnapping investigation recognized

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

Sept. 20-26, 2014 Issue , Sep 20, 8:28 am

Potsdam man charged with DWI at nearly three times legal limit

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Sep 20, 10:02 am

More than 275 kids receive free school supplies through Gouverneur church program

All-you-can-eat breakfast to be served by Knights of Columbus in Ogdensburg Sept. 21

'You Gotta Regatta' set for Sept. 27 in Waddington

'Skating Saints Kids Club' for boys and girls to be held in Canton this season with men’s hockey team

St. Lawrence County Catholic clergy celebrating 50-75th anniversaries

Canton-Potsdam Hospital raising funds for new really heavy-duty washing machine

Morley History Group to meet Sept. 21 at the Morley Library

  • FOUND: Seemingly happy and healthy white and gray cat spotted at Riverdale Apts, 90 E. Hatfield St in Massena.
  • FOUND: small black male dog, curly tail, not neutered, slight under-bite. Might be a pug mix. Wearing blue and brown collar with no ID, dragging chewed-through plastic/wire cable-type leash.
  • Lost: Marley, a 10lb orange, long haired cat went missing on September 16th and has not returned home. She is spayed and may be skittish around strangers.
  • Found: female beagle, Buck Road. No collar.
  • Lost on Main street in Ogdensburg NY REWARD: missing orange cat about a 1&1/2 old.


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