This squirrel decided to eat lunch on the windowsill of Stacey Smith Tarbox's home in Pierrepont.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
Although Mother Nature has not cooperated so far in the North Country, the official start of spring was March 20. After being cooped up for much of the winter, what, if anything, are you most looking forward to the most this spring?
Results will be posted April 3.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
A Lisbon Central School and SUNY Canton graduate who was shocked by a border patrol agent following a dispute at a checkpoint is seeking $2 million in damages. The lawsuit claims Cooke suffered injuries to her neck, back, wrists and shoulders. It also states she suffered emotional distress, mental anxiety, humiliation, indignity and shame. The suit states Cooke was deprived of her liberty and suffered an invasion of privacy. For more see story.
Do you think Cooke has a strong case to win her lawsuit?
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Ice breaks up at Wheathouse Bay on the St. Lawrence River in Ogdensburg on Wednesday. Photo submitted by Sharon Dafoe of Richville.View enlarged photo.
‘I spotted a juvenile and an adult bald eagle on the ice on Route 131 in Massena,’ said photographer Natalie Aldrich of Canton. ‘Here, the adult bald eagle flies over the ice.’View enlarged photo.
Snow geese are still around in the St. Lawrence County area. This photo was taken on Route 30 outside Madrid on a foggy morning March 28. Photo by Beverly Patchin.View enlarged photo.
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