THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

All parents of Potsdam Central School students will now receive a copy of the Board of Education agenda emailed to them prior to each meeting. Meeting agendas were always available online on the school’s website, but were not so easy to access if someone did not know where to look. Now, each parent who supplied an email to the school will be aware of BOE meeting dates and topics.

How often do you attend school board meetings in your town?

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Results will be posted July 2.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

June 21 officially marked the beginning of summer. What part of summer are you looking forward to the most this year?

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Cranberry Lake Boat Club Firecracker Race/Walk is Friday

Wanted: Players to take on Montreal Canadiens alumni hockey team for softball game in Massena Aug. 26

DEC seeking public input at July 25 open house in Potsdam on St. Lawrence Foothills Unit Management Plan

Brian Leonard Football Camp set for June 28 in Potsdam

St. Lawrence County offering preview of latest segment of multi-use trail from Parishville to Helena

Norwood-Norfolk student whose art won 21st District Congressional Art Competition welcomed by Rep. Stefanik

Sentencing likely delayed for owner of Jreck Subs, which operates throughout St. Lawrence County; in fraud, tax evasion case

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 29, 6:05 am

Man receives $25,000 reward for helping police find 2015 Dannemora escapee, who was shot and killed

Sixth grade students at St. Mary's School in Canton perform 'The Trial of the Big, Bad Wolf'

Dozens of Massena Central students earn spots on honor and high honor rolls

'Business In the Spotlight' networking event set at Clark House tonight, headquarters of Waddington Summer Market

St. Lawrence County getting $54,000 to help those with emergency need for food, shelter, utilities

Emails: Arconic, which operates in Massena, knowingly supplied flammable panels for use in high rise where 79 died in fire

Story from Reuters , Jun 28, 5:30 pm

July 4 events planned in St. Regis Falls, Cranberry Lake, Gouverneur, Hannawa, Norwood, Morristown, Massena

Social media app's new mapping feature concerns some, including Canton teen

Story from WWNY , Jun 28, 5:30 pm

Local artists' works selected for St. Lawrence County Arts 12-month calendar

Town not interested in wind PILOT, Canadiens alumni softball, rainy forecast for Thurs. among June 28 NCNow top five

St. Lawrence County eyes 30 cent monthly surcharge on wireless phones to offset 911 costs

State Senate approves Ritchie bill to educate drivers on safety for motorcycles

Ogdensburg Zonta donates to help Renewal House in its mission

‘Dueling Pianos’ event raises $8,000 for Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley

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

Norwood Green Big Band concert Thursday moving indoors to N-N Elementary gym

St. Lawrence County legislators work to blunt any PILOT tax breaks

State firemen's and propane associations offer tips to make 4th of July safer for St. Lawrence County residents

Heuvelton Free Library, Adirondack Experience offer discount admission to former Adirondack Museum

‘Fishing pole’ graduation at Morristown High honors senior who died

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 28, 11:33 am

Over 30 St. Lawrence County residents named to St. Lawrence University dean's list

Gouverneur High School Class of 1992 seeking members for reunion Aug. 5

Ogdensburg restores summer brush pickup despite financial warnings from city manager

Sen. Ritchie says bills she sponsored to help North Country farmers are headed to governor’s desk

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

June 28 – July 4 issue , Jun 28, 8:54 am

Really Old & Nearly New Consignment Shop named business of the quarter by Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce

Norwood resident graduates from Clarkson University

Laurentian Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club to host summer and fall events

Town of Parishville not interested in PILOT from wind farms; board passes local wind law establishing setbacks, sound output limits

Prosecutors: Throw the book at owner of Jreck Subs, which operates throughout St. Lawrence County; charged with fraud, tax evasion

Story from WWNY-tv , Jun 28, 6:09 am

St. Lawrence County forecast: Dry and warm day expected today; more rain on the way for Thursday

Music of the 50s and 60s from The Shoes will open the Morristown Gateway Museum's summer concert series July 1

Raquette Valley Habitat for Humanity looking for partner family to work on completing renovation project in Rensselaer Falls

Naloxone tally, boat speed limit warning, Village Green show among June 27 NCNow top five

Classic car show sees 86 cars on display at Car-B-Que in Ogdensburg

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

  • FOUND: Light tan and white cat found on Jefferson Ave. It's been hiding in my garage since Tuesday.
  • LOST: Large peach-colored cat. Garden St. Potsdam.
  • Happy ending. The Dalmatian/pit mix is home safely with his owner.
  • Dalmatian /Pit Bull mix. Male white with brownish black spots. Found on Market St., Potsdam.


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