THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Even though the official start of fall is about a month away, some trees and shrubs in St. Lawrence County are already beginning to change color as they enter dormancy early this year because of the hot, dry summer.

Have trees where you live begun to change colors?

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Results will be posted Monday, Aug. 29.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Wild parsnip, an invasive capable of causing severe burns and possibly even blindness has become abundant in St. Lawrence County, and little is being done to stop its spread. Look along the side of most St. Lawrence County roads and wild parsnip measures three to five feet in height and features yellow umbrella-like flowers that are similar in appearance to Queen Anne’s Lace. If skin comes into contact with parsnip sap and is then exposed to sunlight the result can be severe.

Have you seen wild parsnip where you live?

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Massena Central basketball player headed to state all star game

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Canton photographer offering free photo shoots of special needs children

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Chicken and biscuit dinner at Macomb Community Wesleyan Church Aug. 27

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Black visitors to Adirondack Park report racial harassment, groups working to address diversity problems

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Opinion: St. Lawrence Valley Horsemen’s Association shows go on thanks to volunteers

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'All Without the Bass' in Potsdam Saturday

Former Rensselaer Falls man awarded with NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal

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SUNY Canton professor serves as prosecutor on case of former Franklin County undersheriff who harassed legislators

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Heuvelton Presbyterian hosting Stone Church for picnic Sunday

Assemblywoman Russell says O'burg's designation as Brownfield Opportunity Area is positive step in city's restoration effort

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St. Lawrence County approves demolition company fire mine site in Star Lake

Concert Sunday in Massena features award-winning Gibson Brothers band, wine, food

Taylor Park Community Beach in Canton to close for season Sunday

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Northern TRIBS Swimming registration open for 2016-17 short course season in Canton and Massena

St. Lawrence County legislators agree to pay IDA $600,000 over next 3 years at finance committee meeting

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  • LOST: Black neutered cat with frost bitten ears, Rt. 11 Potsdam. Reward.
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  • Found a white boat seat cover with blue stripes on the Clair Degrasse Road almost a mile before you get to the old Russell turnpike.


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