THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

A growing number of St. Lawrence County residents have become more concerned with where their food comes and how it is processed. One way to ensure the quality and origin of food is to plant a garden.

As spring approaches you plan to grow your own food?

Take the NCNow Survery.

Results will be posted Monday, April 28.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Several parts of St. Lawrence County have experienced flooding recently due to the melting snow from this past Winter. Have you experienced flooding in your area?

If so, have you had any significant damage to any property?

 View survey results and comments from survey participants.

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

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Knights gain men's lacrosse victory in final home game

Clarkson women's lacrosse races by Bard, 18-6

North Country council preparing for fourth round of regional aid competition with global marketing initiative

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Clarkson Inn employee honored for 25 years of service in Potsdam

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NCNow Survey: 31 percent of North Country residents say they experienced flooding near their area

Potsdam's Clarkson University signs 'Green' commitment

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Madrid-Waddington elementary students hope to raise $400 during book drive

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Professor to discuss "black feminist view of pornography' tomorrow at St. Lawrence University in Canton

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Opinion: Hammond scenic meeting attendees thanked

Forensic Scientist Micahel Sandholzer to speek at St. Lawrence University Apirl 28, 29 at St. Lawrence University in Canton

Story from NorthCountryNow.com, Apr 21, 11:22 am

St. Lawrence County projects eligible for Northern Border grants, Congressman Owens says

Hundreds crowd Gouverneur VFW to send tell Gov. Cuomo to overturn SAFE Act

Story from WWNY-tv , Apr 21, 9:12 am

Some billing relief on its way for North Country National Grid customers after bitter winter

Potsdam Knights of Columbus helps restock local food pantry with "40 cans in 40 days"

Potsdam resident named to dean's list at SUNY Geneseo

St. Lawrence Council of Senior Citizens to host 43rd annual MayFest May 3

Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center offers 'I Can Feel Better' workshops

SUNY Canton professor to receive Distinguished Faculty Award April 23 at ceremony

Morley Library Association to host 'Welcome to Spring' garden seminar April 23

Eldery woman found buried in St. Lawrence County died of homicide, says DA

Ogdensburg Z-Club volunteers at Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce Easter egg hunt

Massena's Rose Hill rehab restructuring doesn't stop service delivery

Story from WMSA , Apr 21, 5:47 am

St. Lawrence junior's coursework includes farm chores

ASAP Ferg to headline SUNY Canton spring concert April 23

Diabetes self-management classes offered April 22, 29 and May 6 in Ogdensburg

Black feminist view of pornography to be dicussed in Canton April 22

St. Lawrence County law enforcement not included in new multi-agency statewide crackdown on illegal cigarette trafficking

Signs of spring in the North Country: Moles, mud, mold and moss

NNY families cope with flooding on Easter

From Madrid hybrid corn trials: Dairy researchers note silage digestibility more important than previously thought

Clarkson University students create backpack company

Opinion: Racism, sexism and diversity in interpersonal interactions at SUNY Potsdam

Rep. Owens returns campaign cash

Story from WWNY-tv , Apr 20, 4:35 pm

Monday to do: ‘The Wind Rises’ at Potsdam Roxy, watercolor painting class in Massena, Kids’ Place spring break activities in Ogdensburg

Potsdam Library to hold “Introduction to SmartPhones” April 22

Gouverneur Hospital to host host a “Lunch & Learn” program ‘Eating Fat “Is In”’ April 22

“The Bioengineering of Gender and the Prozac Nation” to be topic of next Science Café in Canton April 22, 23

Canton photographer taking aerial photos with ‘drone’

SUNY Potsdam students and Canton Maplewood residents make beautiful theater together

Bishop LaValley shares Easter message with church members in Roman Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg

Ogdensburg man jailed after allegedly pointing gun at brother during dispute

Bear harvest was third-highest on record

The 1491's Comedy Show a hit at Akwesasne Senior Center

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Opinion: Canton Day Care grateful for raffle support

Madrid-Waddington and SUNY ESF Wanakena to tag ash trees in Canton; CCE to train public works staff in tree management April 30

Gouverneur VFW Ladies Auxiliary to hold rummage sale April 22, 23

Wagner’s Whistle Stop in Norfolk to hold sale April 22, 24, 26

  • Found: little white female dog in Canton
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