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Superintendents at Potsdam and Canton Central are praising Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to give free SUNY tuition to middle class families, but are concerned about how the governor plans to pay for it. The plan would apply to SUNY Canton and Potsdam colleges. According to Cuomo the new initiative will be phased in over three years, beginning for New Yorkers making up to $100,000 annually in the fall of 2017, increasing to $110,000 in 2018, and reaching $125,000 in 2019.

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Heuvelton Central’s Paige McCormick scores her 2,000th point

Larries win Icemen's tourney; Canton tops Potsdam; O.F.A. wins

Canton, Potsdam girl's hockey win; Skaneateles nips Beekmantown 3-2

Ogdensburg grapplers place 8th of 31 teams at Essex, VT Tournament

Heuvelton, Massena cheerleaders earn top scores in opener at Brushton

Furnace malfunction believed to have caused fire at Oswegatchie home; Morristown firefighters make 'quick save'

Group rallies in Canton against national healthcare plan repeal

Story from WWNY-tv , Jan 16, 6:15 am

Hogansburg Housing Development Fund gets grants for rehab projects

Story from Indian Time , Jan 16, 6:15 am

Heuvelton Central’s Paige McCormick scores her 2,000th point

Story from WWNY-tv , Jan 16, 6:15 am

St. Lawrence County Office for the Aging sponsors Holiday Basket Drive for senior citizens

Rabies and micro-chip clinic set for Jan. 18 in Potsdam

North Country 350 Alliance hosting free presentation on electric vehicle technology Tuesday in Potsdam

Ogdensburg to hold public hearing on proposed solid waste law changes

Village of Gouverneur getting $1.6 million to pay for water, sewer upgrade project

North Country Rep. Stefanik named chair of ‘emerging threats’ subcommittee

Homeland Security Investigations says ‘teamwork outweighs challenges’ at their Massena field office

Fancy basketmaking class at Akwesasne Museum

Story from Indian Time , Jan 15, 5:58 pm

Beautify Akwesasne aims to improve community

Story from Indian Time , Jan 15, 5:58 pm

Six St. Lawrence County residents named to Albany dean's list

Soybean processor gets preliminary okay from St. Lawrence County Planning Board for Massena plant that will hire 35

RVRDA meets Tuesday in Louisville Municipal Building

Potsdam Co-op sampling almond milk, dairy-free cheese Thursday

Some county Dems say LaPierre should resign after comments

Story from WWNY , Jan 15, 8:39 am

Ogdensburg man charged with burglary from Really Old and Nearly New Consignment Boutique

Potsdam Chamber announces ‘Holiday Passport Adventure’ winners

Black Lake anglers on the Ice Fishing For A Cure

Story from WWNY , Jan 15, 8:46 am

Salmon River National Junior Honor Society donates care boxes to local families in need

Story from Indian Time , Jan 15, 8:27 am

Columnist details futile effort to contact North Country Rep. Stefanik to ask about congressional ethics vote

Opinion: Let politicians know taxes are not for free tuition, says Morristown resident

Tween Time at Canton Free Library Tuesday

Painting class to benefit Parishville-Hopkinton after-prom committee

  • Lost 2-year-old male cat on January 14 on Douglas Road in Massena. Black and White short hair. His nose is entirely black. Wearing a striped collar with a bell.
  • LOST: Female pup, brown & black with stub tail, Gouverneur St., Canton
  • FOUND: Blue cell phone - Ogdensburg Free Academy.
  • FOUND: Columbia Jacket - youth size 10-12, and more at Canton Central School.

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