Sat., Dec. 16, 2017  •  St. Lawrence County, NY


THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

About a dozen protesters turned out Dec. 7 at Russell Cellular, 5933 U.S Highway 11 (Verizon) in Canton to protest the overturning by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of Open Internet laws, also known as net neutrality rules, that were approved two years ago.

The FCC, headed by Verizon-lawyer-turned-FCC-Chairman Ajit Pai, intends to vote Dec. 14 to end net neutrality ‘and the internet as we know it,’ event organizers said. New York U.S. Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, state Assemblywoman Addie Jenne and Congresswoman Elise Stefanik all expressed their concerns about the negative impact net neutrality could have on local businesses and residents. For more, see story on front page.

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Many charities and organizations in St. Lawrence County are participating in holiday fundraisers to help local children and families. Do you plan to contribute to charities in St. Lawrence County this holiday season?

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Norfolk Archers' Adult Indoor League season starts Jan. 3

Boy's high school basketball: O'burg cruises past Potsdam; Massena, N-N, Brushton-Moira notch victories

High school girl's hoops: Canton outlasts Malone 56-50; O'burg and Morristown roll to Thursday wins

SUNY Potsdam AD Jim Zalacca announces retirement after 17 years

Massena Central High School Sports Hall of Fame seeks nominations for 2018

  • LOST: Tabby cat with white patch on his chest in Ogdensburg/Heuvelton area.
  • Lost a female beagle in the West Pierrepont, Beach Plains area. She was wearing a collar with her name on it. She answers to Maggie.
  • LOST: Female beagle - no collar. Macomb - Morristown - Heuvelton area.
  • SONY Bloggie, Ives Park, 11/25.
  • FOUND: Key chain, Market St. Potsdam.


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