THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

Now that summer is officially underway, what part of summer are you looking forward to the most this year in St. Lawrence County?

Take the NCNow Survery

Results will be posted Monday, July 1.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

A 40-turbine wind farm electric generation project in Hopkinton and Parishville that could power as many as 24,000 homes is moving forward despite five years of seeming inactivity. The 100-megawatt North Ridge Wind Farm is moving up on Iberdrola Renewables’ development list, however, the project is still years from completion and no firm start date has been given by project officials.

Would you support a wind farm in your community?

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Cranberry Lake Boat Club Firecracker Race and Walk is Saturday

Openings available for Talcott memorial golf tournament in Potsdam

Potsdam anglers take top prize at NNY Bassmasters tourney; Colton, O'burg teams place

Potsdam participates in 'World's Largest Swim Lesson'

Waddington man aids Massena Little League team

Morristown, Massena, Norwood, Gouverneur, Hannawa Falls to celebrate July 4 weekend with fireworks, parades, music

Norwood and Massena libraries receiving $45,000 for improvements; Sen. Griffo says projects will improve community centers

Assemblyman Blankenbush to appear at Gouverneur farmers' market Thursday

Opinion: Parishville-Hopkinton Central should opt out of wind farm tax exemption, says Potsdam woman

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on Thursday

Cranberry Lake Boat Club Firecracker Race and Walk is Saturday

Penny Heath Kring photo exhibit opens Tuesday in South Hammond

St. Lawrence County highway departments now have PAVE-NY project guidelines from Albany

Russell says direct flights from Florida to Ogdensburg will give southerners direct access to North Country’s natural attractions

'Ladies Who Lead' recognition includes women from Massena, Potsdam, and Morristown, M-W, Gouverneur schools

Remington Art Museum acquires rare bronze by another Ogdensburg artist

Dozens of Massena Central students named to High Honor Roll and Honor Roll

Faeland Festival with Celtic-themed workshops, vendors, enertainment, set for Aug. 19-21 in Gouverneur

Three Chicks Fiddlers to provide music at Canton Farmers’ Market Friday

Troopers: Harrisville woman and child injured in intoxicated driving accident in Fine; child was not restrained in backseat

Earthquake reported near Gouverneur Tuesday night

Info from USGS , Jun 29, 11:42 am

Storm in St. Lawrence County sees hail, debris, black clouds, downed trees and a rainbow

Massena's Holy Name gradutes 14 members of Class of 2016

Potsdam Elks award annual Citizenship Award to Potsdam Central middle school student

Openings available for Talcott memorial golf tournament in Potsdam

Echoes in Black to perform June 30, July 21 in Potsdam

Severe storm brings quarter-sized hail, lightning to Massena, Brasher, Norfolk

St. Lawrence County maple farmers helped produce more than 700,000 gallons of maple syrup in New York State

Looking forward to Orchestra of Northern New York American pops concert in Potsdam

Audio from NCPR , Jun 29, 9:06 am

Canton, Potsdam, Gouverneur, Fort Jackson residents named to dean's list at Morrisville State College

St. Lawrence County NYSARC and Dodge Pond Camp receive $12,500 from Northern New York Community Foundation

Summer celebrations set for July in Massena

St. Lawrence Valley Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness to meet July 1

Boil water advisory and water conservation order issued for Star Lake

Massena Memorial names Hatch to Administrative Director of Laboratory Services

Tyrade to hold reunion show Saturday in Gouverneur with four other bands slated to perform

Onward, to Florida: Ogdensburg airport expects new flights this fall

Lie back on a summer night and look up at the North Country sky

All-you-can-eat breakfast to be served July 2 in Lisbon

Gouverneur resident graduates from Lycoming College

St. Lawrence County hasn't been told how $3.9 million in state highway money can be spent

St. Lawrence Health System closing primary care facilities for Independence Day

Fine Town Court cases postponed

Allegant Air flights, 50 stolen antique watches, lost kayakers among June 28 NCNow top five

Music, displays, authors, demonstrations on tap at Mare's Wares Arts Fest in Morristown

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on Wednesday

Blood drive in Brier Hill Friday

New state measure aimed at helping parents in North Country and around state with financial help for adoptions

Allure Hair Studio, new hair salon, opens at Massena's St. Lawrence Centre

North Country Sen. Ritchie, longing for restored Canada-US border trust, says Ogdensburg meeting could be the start

Akwesasne tribal leaders discuss with congressional reps overcoming environmental remediation hurdles

Massena resident named to dean's list at SUNY Buffalo State

Waddington Summer Concert Series begins July 1 with Double Axel

Norfolk's summer recreation program starts Wednesday

Non-stop Allegiant Airlines flights from Ogdensburg to Florida will begin Oct. 5; ticket sales now available

View the latest Potsdam-Canton issue of North Country This Week

Fireworks, parade, tractor pulls, other happenings at Morristown Independence Day celebration

Water problems plaguing DeKalb and Star Lake residents

Story from WWNY , Jun 28, 11:50 am

Waddington man aids Massena Little League team

Opinion: Coach appreciative of Potsdam Central School track dedication

Canton-Potsdam Hospital Guild golf tournament set for July 9

Ogdensburg approves borrowing up to $2 million for cash flow, refinancing bond to save $59,000

Canton woman jailed for selling 50 stolen antique watches online, deputies say

Canton man appointed as New York State Fair cattle judge

As North Country loggers struggle to compete with low energy costs scientists question if biomass energy is renewable?

Story from NCPR , Jun 28, 9:22 am

Morley painting class set July 21 at Wesleyan Church

Edible plant expedition planned in Rensselaer Falls

Editor on Duty: Craig Freilich, 315-265-1000, ext. 24

  • LOST: Big orange cat from Kennedy Court on Monday, 6/27.
  • LOST: Grey, black and tan male cat who moos. From the area of Lamay Apts off Highland Rd., Massena.
  • LOST: Big orange male Maine Coon cat, about 15 lbs. Prospect St., Canton.
  • LOST: Brown wallet at Partridge Golf Course.
  • LOST: Thursday night in Canton parking lots at Price Chopper or Sav-a-lot a diamond ring.


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