St. Lawrence County Chrome Divas presented the proceeds of the charity ride to Massena Meals On Wheels. Pictured is SLCCD Director, Julia Bradish handing the check in the amount of $3062.00 to MOW Director Jessica Fregoe. Also in picture are Diva members, Cheryl LaBarge, Sharon Howard, Tammy Lumbard, Jennifer Haynes and Stephanie Smythe,. Meals on Wheels board members and volunteers that were present included Lois Badger, Gail Elman, Louise Matthews, Jan Murphy and Ann Aumond.
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With the New York State Labor Board likely to approve a $15 minimum wage increase for fast food workers, including those in St. Lawrence County, how do you feel about this proposal?
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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Potsdam businessman and zoning protester Hank Robar unveiled the latest of his toilet ‘gardens’ recently at 28 Pierrepont Ave. After he didn’t get a zoning reclassification for property he owns at 82-84 Market St., the first porcelain protest appeared there about a decade ago. The village sued him, unsuccessfully, to remove it. Then another ‘garden’ popped up along Maple Street. Now this latest one has village officials concerned by the negative reaction of neighbors.
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Saharrah Flanagan, 8, of Hermon got a different kind of education at the monster truck show Saturday night at Can-Am Speedway in Lafargeville. She is the daughter of Daniel and Ashley Flanagan, Hermon.View enlarged photo.
The Tap to Toe Studio of Dance team won their division at the Dance Xplosion National Dance Competition in Connecticut. The dancers from left to right Hanna Dominy, Kiera Moore, Sara Hawthorne, Kathryn Carvel & Ariana Chiarenzelli. Choreographer Meaghan Manor-Janovski from Tap to Toe Studio of Dance in Potsdam. Photo by Jill Ford.View enlarged photo.
The Sons of the Norwood American Legion recently installed 2015-2016 officers.From left, former commander Francis Sharlow, Second Vice Commander Rich Bond, treasurer Terry Russell Sr., Third Vice Commander Bob Myers, Commander Stephen Cotter, historian Tony Nocerino, First Vice Commander Gerald Donnelly, Chaplain Garry LaCoss and advisor and Post First Vice Commander Robert Henninger. Photo submitted by Elaine Saarinen.View enlarged photo.
Henry Neuhard, 100, from Rotunda, Fla. watches the Seaway Festival parade in Ogdensburg. His daughter Pam Hahn, is seated next to him. Kathy and Brian Wade of Ogdensburg are pictured standing. NorthCountryNow.com photo by Sean McNamara.View enlarged photo.
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