THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

More Democrats are registered to vote in St. Lawrence County than any other party, but Republicans have better turnout at the polls in recent years, according to information provided by St. Lawrence County Board of Elections. In St. Lawrence County there are 58,133 registered voters. The majority are women with 30,187. There are 27,946 men registered to vote in the county. Of those voters 21,616 are registered as Democrats and 19,960 are members of the Republican Party.

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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Canton Central School has filed a formal protest against Potsdam Central claiming that having multiple boys on the girls swim team is having an adverse effect upon the female swimmers. Having boys on the swim team has raised concerns in the community about unfair competition. PCS is in preliminary discussions with other schools to form an athletic merger so that boys who are interested will have a boys' swim team to participate on.

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Fall Patriot 5K Walk/Run will be held Oct. 21 at Ogdensburg

Madrid-Waddington, Malone, Harrisville clinch Division Titles in boy's high school soccer

High school volleyball: Tupper wins first beating Malone; Chateaugay, Canton win matches

Malone clinches regular-season title; N-N Flyers, Potsdam win in boy's cross-country

Canton finishes regular-season title; Malone, Potsdam sweep in girl's cross-country

More people paid taxes on time in Potsdam this year

Canton man charged with DWI, drug possession following complaint of man sitting in vehicle in parking lot for several hours, police say

North County Rep. Stefanik likely to support healthcare deal reached by senators

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 19, 9:43 am

Judge rules against St. Regis Mohawk Tribe's deal with drug maker

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 19, 8:42 am

Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce to honor business and citizens of the year Nov. 3

Shawn Legacy performing at Parishville Amvets Saturday

Massena Music Friends to host Orchestra of Northern New York holiday concert

Former Potsdam Mayor Ruth Garner dies at age 101

Local history and geology fair set for Oct. 21 in Canton

Massena supervisor candidate calls for security training for town employees, says supervisor misconstrued his words

After funding disagreement, Massena supervisor & library director want to look at forming library district

Ogdensburg and Potsdam teachers named New York State Master Teachers

Hogansburg man accused of possession 41 pounds of marijuana, police say

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 19, 5:56 am

Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce names Richard and Bonnie Wright as 2017 Citizens of the Year

Lonely Heartstring Band to perform Saturday at Pickens Hall in Heuvelton

Halloween run fundraiser Oct. 21 in Potsdam will benefit North Country Children's Museum

Police raid on New York Avenue results in arrest of four Ogdensburg residents

Annual roast pork dinner to be served Saturday in Lisbon

Norfolk-Raymondville Food Pantry to hold its distribution on Saturday

Ogdensburg superintendent retiring after 32 years at district

Ogdensburg man arrested on three felonies after assault investigation

Gravy Train arrestees and Ogdensburg man charged with conspiracy, possessing prison contraband

Deputies charge Ogdensburg man with drug offenses, unlawful imprisonment

Ogdensburg city council votes no on term limits, election districts

Book reading to be held in Massena

Fur handling demo to be held in Hammond

Ogdensburg Moose hosting community events

Fall Patriot 5K Walk/Run will be held Oct. 21 at Ogdensburg

Fall brush pickup begins Oct. 23 in Ogdensburg, following three week suspension

Halloween events all around St. Lawrence County leading up to Oct. 31

St. Vincent de Paul, Massena Neighborhood Center taking Christmas program applications

SUNY Canton debuts video game design lab

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 18, 2:44 pm

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

Fort de la Presentation's fall social, fundraiser auction is Saturday

Uber, Lyft could be operating in Potsdam ‘outside local ordinances’

Trail series in Canton will survey for emerald ash border on Friday

'Four photographers' exhibit opens in Potsdam Friday

N-N food service deals with $7,000 in unpaid lunches from last year

Massena adds brush and leaves dropoff site

N-N food service offering healthy options for classroom birthday parties and other celebrations

Norwood-Norfolk Elementary School names students of the month for September in second, third and fourth grades

'Friday Night Out' Halloween arts events for developmentally disabled Friday in Ogdensburg

Kip Trail hike Friday in Canton

Local landlord thinks Massena rental registry is going too far and a 'personal affront'

Next 'Organ Masters' recital Friday at St. Lawrence University

Free sports memorabilia appraisals in Potsdam Nov. 5

Bed bug problem forces Salvation Army to close bins in Ogdensburg

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 18, 8:50 am

NYPA to begin removal of docks and buoys along St. Lawrence River on Oct. 23

SUNY Potsdam introduces interdisciplinary bachelor of science major in geographic information science

'Haunted Trail & Monster Mash' Oct. 20 in Parishville includes hayride, haunted trail, food, music and more

Opinion: Elect someone from own community as district attorney, says Norwood resident

Fish fry to be served in Ogdensburg

Potsdam library to offer educational workshops and group meetings this month

Chicken and biscuit dinner to be served Friday in Canton

North Country Showcase, which sells local products, to triple space at St. Lawrence Centre with move to former Express store

Canton Fire Department has three new members

Dissolving Harrisville could save village taxpayers more than 50 percent

Story from WWNY-tv , Oct 18, 6:02 am

Madrid Dam Summer Music Series hosting Fall Ball with music by Marty Robinson, a raffle and silent auction

Opinion: Ashley will bring attention to detail to supervisor position, says Canton woman

Old Timers Band to perform Friday night in Parishville

Turkey dinner to be served Thursday in Hammond

Editor on Duty: Craig Freilich, 315-265-1000, ext. 24

  • LOST: Mother and two sisters - adoption info.
  • Lost a drone in the fields between 651 Yankee St Rd & Demot Rd. Lost on the side with all the houses.
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  • LOST: Car key for Chevy Equinox on a black strap, near Mohawk Casino.
  • LOST: Red toolbox full of tools, Potsdam


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