THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

More Democrats are registered to vote in St. Lawrence County than any other party, but Republicans have better turnout at the polls in recent years, according to information provided by St. Lawrence County Board of Elections. In St. Lawrence County there are 58,133 registered voters. The majority are women with 30,187. There are 27,946 men registered to vote in the county. Of those voters 21,616 are registered as Democrats and 19,960 are members of the Republican Party.

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Canton Central School has filed a formal protest against Potsdam Central claiming that having multiple boys on the girls swim team is having an adverse effect upon the female swimmers. Having boys on the swim team has raised concerns in the community about unfair competition. PCS is in preliminary discussions with other schools to form an athletic merger so that boys who are interested will have a boys' swim team to participate on.

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Harrisville clinches share of West Title; Massena edges Canton 2-1 in boy's high school soccer

High school girl's soccer: E-K clinches West; PHCS takes lead in East; Central tightens

Ogdensburg, M-W, Chateaugay win Monday volleyball matchups

Malone clinches share of Division II Title; Potsdam tops Massena in high school swimming

SUNY Canton Women's Soccer falls to Albany Pharmacy

Little headway made on proposed rental registration policy in Canton after public hearing

Frost warning issued in North Country prompts warning for uncovered vegetation

Nearly 20 Massena Central students challenge local chess competitor at the same time

Renewal House executive director talks about 35th anniversary of serving St. Lawrence Count domestic violence victims

Audio from B99.3 , Oct 17, 6:01 am

Mohawks' drug patent plan takes a hit with judge's ruling

Free planetarium shows to be offered Oct. 19 and 26 in Potsdam

Free spaghetti dinner to be served Thursday in Potsdam

Sunday wildfire in Brasher under DEC investigation

Potsdam man now faces attempted murder charge for April stabbing

Story from WWNY , Oct 16, 5:24 pm

Police: Massena man faces many counts after nearly hitting pole while drunk with phony hand-drawn inspection sticker

Grand jury indicts Oswegatchie man for child rape, Massena man for child porn

St. Lawrence County GOP holding meet and greet with DA candidate, Rep. Stefanik

Driver charged with fleeing cops, lineworker apprenticeships, Massena hockey company makes stick among Oct. 16 NCNow top five

Cooperative Extension, Dairy Assn. holding joint dinner meeting Thursday in Canton

Massena-based company selling new Kevlar hockey stick of their design

Roast pork dinner Wednesday in West Stockholm

North Country Matters interviews both candidates for St. Lawrence County district attorney

Massena teen charged with forcibly touching two children

Cancer Services Program official talks about free mammograms available to St. Lawrence County residents

Audio from B99.3 , Oct 16, 2:43 pm

Opinion: Ministerial Association of Potsdam stands united against hate

'Multitudes: An art exhibition in the age of the #muslimban' opens in Canton on Wednesday

Massena Artists Assn. members show opens next week

Psychiatrist opens Potsdam office

North Country Makers Meet-Up is Wednesday in Morristown

Day of searching for body in river near Akwesasne yields no results

Madrid man accused of felony DWI

Fighting teen smoking in Potsdam

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 16, 11:52 am

Opinion: Talk of taller turbines reveals realities for some, says Hopkinton property owner

DeKalb Amvets Auxiliary's chicken and biscuit dinner Wednesday

Free rabies vaccination clinics at Ogdensburg fire hall Oct. 18, Lisbon fire station Oct. 25

Colton man accused of fleeing deputies, leaving accident scene

Crane Wind Ensemble performs at SUNY Potsdam Wednesday

Parishville, Hopkinton: Is there a way to build wind farms without distrust and division?

Possession of fireworks charge made against woman in Potsdam

Harrisville community invited to public meeting describing village dissolution study

Former Waddington resident certfiied as diabetes educator

Lack of attention is topic for Science Cafés in Canton Tuesday, Potsdam Wednesday

Canton Central government and politics class hosting forum Tuesday evening on issues in community

366th Combat Engineer Company in Canton honored by Association of the United States Army

MS Word class at Potsdam library Wednesday

Potsdam Chamber of Commerce welcomes new owners of Chilly Delight to Potsdam business community

Radio show talks about new Potsdam dog park

Audio from B99.3 , Oct 16, 5:56 am

SUNY Canton's Fall Career Fair Oct. 17 to include nearly 40 companies and organizations

Gouverneur football player named 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete of the Week

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 16, 5:56 am

Opinion: VFW Family Freedom Festival ‘lifts spirits’ in Canton

Potsdam Figure Skating Club to hold last registration day tonight

'Mostly Ghostly' program set for Oct. 17 at Canton Library

Editor on Duty: Matt Lindsey, 315-265-1000. ext. 31

  • LOST: Mother and two sisters - adoption info.
  • Lost a drone in the fields between 651 Yankee St Rd & Demot Rd. Lost on the side with all the houses.
  • LOST: Small handbag with floral print and brown edges - in downtown area.
  • LOST: Car key for Chevy Equinox on a black strap, near Mohawk Casino.


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