Mark Cornett, right, chair of the Canton-Potsdam Hospital Board of Directors, reads a commendation from Sen. Patty Ritchie to the Canton Church and Community Program on its recognition with the CPH Board’s Community Service Award. From left, Grace Episcopal Church Vestry member Connie Elen, CCCP director Connie Jenkins and Sharon White, president of the CCCP Board.View enlarged photo.
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?
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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Natalie Aldridch took this shot of a storm cloud over Ogdensburg Tuesday evening. She said the storm didn't really hit Ogdensburg, at least at 6:15 p.m. when she took this shot, 'but the clouds that were passing through sure were scary.'View enlarged photo.
A rainbow appeared in the sky in Morley following Tuesday's storms that saw hail, strong winds and heavy rain at times in parts of St. Lawrence County. There is 'peace, love, and rainbows over Morley,' said photographer Angela Lauzon.View enlarged photo.
Mike O’Geen of Waddington, at right, passes a check for $500 for the Massena Little League program. A Waddington man recently donated to Massena Little League. In front, from left, are Nathan O'Geen with Woody the dog, Connor Terry, Jordan Gay and Carter Firnstein with Jake the dog; back, Chris Kucipak, Harley Robillard-Ramattici, Noah Love, Ethan Firnstein, Brendan Finnegan, Coach Mark Perry, Connor O'Geen, and Coach Pete Firnstein, who is also president of Massena Little League,View enlarged photo.
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