THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

St. Lawrence County legislators voted to allow the sale of sparklers and a few other small fireworks in St. Lawrence County for July 4 and New Year’s celebrations. Sales are permitted from June 1 through July 5 and from Dec. 26 to Jan. 2, each calendar year.

Did you purchase fireworks in St. Lawrence County this year?

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Results will be posted Monday, July 5.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Both the Ogdensburg and Massena International Airports are looking to expand their facilities to allow airlines to land at their airports. In Ogdensburg, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) last year approved the city’s request to extend the runway at the airport there by 1,200 feet. Hoping for flights to Myrtle Beach and Florida, the Massena Town Council began creating an advisory committee in May for the Massena International Airport.

Should the Potsdam Municipal Airport, also known as Damon Field, pursue FAA funding so that airlines can land at the facility?

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Construction at Clarkson University causes cancellation of summer baseball camp

FC Freeze U12 girls blank Upstate United SC Storm 6-0 in Watertown; rematch next Thursday, then home to Canton

Lindy’s Football Preview tabs St. Lawrence as #15

St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce raffling premium seats to NY Mets game of the winner’s choice in New York City

21st Houli Basketball Camp starts next week in Canton

Reusable Ozzi to-go boxes are reducing solid waste at Clarkson by dozens of trash bags per day

Ogdensburg, Gouverneur residents accused of failing to disclose arrest information on pistol permit applications in Canton

Community reacts to David Sweat being moved to new prison

Fatherhood Day celebrated in Hogansburg

Story from Indian Time , Jul 6, 5:49 am

A. A. Kingston Middle School in Potsdam names its eighth grade students of the block

Hammond Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market to open for season Wednesday

Reiki classes planned July 7, 28 in Chase Mills

North Country Sen. Griffo praising bills that include new homicide charge for deaths due to heroin, opioids

David Sweat moved to CNY prison

You can burn wood for heat in North Country winter, or you can boil water

SUNY Potsdam’s teacher education re-accredited for 7 years

52 of 96 grads in Gouvernuer High Class of 2015 headed to college

Bills await final fate on desk of Gov. Cuomo

Opinion: Raquette River management might have saved your camp

Red Knight Motorcycle Club to host benefit ride for county fire training center July 18

Morristown celebrates Independence Day with parade

Market Street Mall in Potsdam evacuated after person injured self, barricaded self inside

St. Lawrence NYSARC making it easier for residents to recycle old electronics, giving jobs to disabled

Free tool to help fight mosquitoes and diseases they carry available in St. Lawrence County

Preparation underway for salvage of two sunken ships near Seaway International Bridge at Massena

New acting studio opens in Hogansburg

Story from Indian Time , Jul 5, 8:21 am

SUNY Canton recognizes two staff members with 'top awards for professional staff'

SciTech to visit Norwood library with entertaining demonstrations July 7

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

  • Shihtzu dog on July 4th on the Young Road at Lake Ozonia. His name is Barney and he is light brown with some black markings
  • MISSING: White male poodle,recently groomed, not fixed from Fowler area.
  • LOST: male adoptee b. 7/16/61 315) 265-2619 LOST: female adoptee b. 7/16/78 b. Ogdensburg, NY LOST: female adoptee b. 7/17/75 Plattsburgh, NY LOST: sister searching for sister b. 7/22/69 Lake Placid, NY LOST: male adoptee b. 7/22/72 Ogdensburg, NY LOST: male adoptee b. 7/23/60 Massena, NY LOST: son b. 7/29/66 OLV Lakawanna, NY LOST: female adoptee b. 7/30/51 Plattsburgh LOST: brother b. 7/30 /55 Ogdensburg LOST: brother b. 7/30/75 Ogdensburg LOST: female adoptee b. 7/30/76 Ogdensburg, NY LOST: female adoptee b. 7/30/82 Ogdensburg phone 315) 265-2619 ADOPTEES deserve their ORIGINAL birth certificates.
  • LOST: female adoptee b. Ogdensburg 7/07/80 LOST: male adoptee b. Albany b. 7/09/58 LOST: female adoptee b. 7/11/61 Alex Bay, NY LOST: female adoptee b. 7/12/67 Canton, NY LOST: female adoptee b. 7/13/54 Troy, NY LOST: brother b. 7/13/72 LOST: “Denise” b. Ogdensburg 7/15/74
  • LOST: original identity to the adoption process; male adoptee b. 7/01/56 possibly born Massena, NY. 315) 265-2619 LOST: brother b. 7/02/68 Essex or Franklin County LOST: daughter b. 7/03/60 b. Ogdensburg, NY LOST: “Karen” b. 7/04/62 Syracuse, NY LOST: brother b. 7/05/62 b. Syracuse, NY LOST: identity of female adoptee b. 7/07/69 Potsdam


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