THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

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?

 Take the NCNow Survery.

Results will be posted Monday, Aug. 3.

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.

How do you feel about Robar’s toilet ‘art’ display?

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The NCNow Survey is an unscientific poll of visitors to NorthCountryNow.com who choose to participate. Submit suggestions for future NCNow Survey questions

'Tap to Toe' dancers from Potsdam win division at 'Dance Xplosion' competition

Lt. governor to visit Hawkins Point Visitors Center in Massena today as part of promotion for Bassmaster Elite Series

Saints track star Biswal named 2015 Woman of the Year honoree

Clarkson men's hockey duo signs with Fort Wayne Komets

Meet country's top bass anglers Sunday at Hosmer's Marina in Ogdensburg

Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center receives $144,000 donation from auxiliary

Potsdam friends meet in St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Lawrence River fishing tips from America's Bassmasters

Massena documentarian, DWI arrests, hazardous weather forecast among July 27 NCNow top five

Canton community sales set for Aug. 8

Lots to do at Massena summer recreation program

Vacation Bible school, family fun day planned in North Lawrence

Endocrinologist to start seeing patients in Potsdam next week

At DA Rain's request, judge issues gag order in trial of man accused of 2011 murder of Potsdam boy

Story from WWNY , Jul 27, 5:21 pm

Looking back at Seaway Festival celebration in Ogdensburg

Massena Farmers' market now open four days per week

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County Tuesday

First Congregational Church of Morristown to host coffee house Friday

Potsdam church to screen 'Meet the Mormons' on Friday

Hazardous weather outlook issued in St. Lawrence County as 90-degree temperatures approach

St. Lawrence County educators learn what it's like to be a student in poverty

Story from WWNY-tv , Jul 27, 2:48 pm

Mid-summer gardening tips for St. Lawrence County

Opinion: Wrong for wages to increase for just one industry, says Heuvelton man

Massena's Youth Corps helps Norwood American Legion

Learn to use Gmail in Potsdam Aug. 10

Animal blessing in Parishville Thursday

Hankfest celebrates 10 years with music for charity Aug. 8 in Potsdam

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jul 27, 11:16 am

Planning for a St. Lawrence County reuse center

'Tap to Toe' dancers from Potsdam win division at 'Dance Xplosion' competition

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jul 27, 11:14 am

North Country Rep. Elise Stefanik eyed by Republicans as political force within the party

Story from Washington Times , Jul 27, 11:22 am

Learn what wild plants you can eat at Potsdam Library July 30

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jul 27, 11:10 am

Norwood resident enrolls at Rochester Institute of Technology

Ice cream social with burgers, hot dogs and more set for July 30 in Canton

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Jul 27, 11:26 am

North Country Assemblywoman Russell wants to see minimum wage increased for all jobs, not just for fast food

St. Lawrence County officials seek public input today on use of former General Motors site following contamination clean up

Norwood Village Green Concert Series to host Norwood Brass Firemen July 30; Creole Stomp Aug. 2

Did DEC commissioner improve the Adirondack Park or did he break it?

Broadband a key issue in North Country congressional district, Democratic challenger says

A.A. Kingston Middle School student honored with Citizenship Award from Potsdam Elks

Jazz guitarist Paul Meyers to play live Tuesday in Potsdam

Massena man to release documentary film about his 'ordinary life' and documentation of the town's growing problems

Lieutenant Governor Hochul visits Massena Sunday promoting upcoming Bassmaster's Elite Series in Waddington

Story from WWNY-TV , Jul 27, 6:06 am

Record-breaking number of artists to attend Plein Air Festival July 30-Aug. 2 in Morristown

Retired union pipefitter throws his hat into five-way race for three Ogdensburg city council seats

Story from WWNY-TV , Jul 27, 6:36 am

St. Lawrence County Office for the Aging to give away limited number of Farmer Market coupon booklets for eligible seniors

Potsdam Recreation Department hosting trip to Enchanted Forest Water Safari Aug. 11

Norwood resident enrolls at Rochester Institute of Technology

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

  • LOST: Black Fitbit with narrow band, lost in vicinity of Ford St. & Franklin St. at Seaway Festival Parade.
  • LOST: Orange tabby cat on Larnard St. in Potsdam.
  • LOST: Molly, 10-year old female tri-colored beagle from the DeKalb-Canton area.
  • LOST: Two keys in ziplock bags on Grasse River in Madrid.
  • FOUND: Camping gear on Main St., Canton.


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