The Can-Am Crushers, with players from Massena and Canada, have won the Massena Recreation 8U street hockey championships. The event was hosted Monday at Massena Arena. Pictured are players Colby Ellis, Jocelyn White, Alex Campeau, JP Bouchard, Caleb Gauthier, Kaleb Fogarty, and Bryce Flynn. Photo submitted by Mike Flynn.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
Now that summer is officially underway, what part of summer are you looking forward to the most this year in St. Lawrence County?
Results will be posted Monday, July 1.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
A 40-turbine wind farm electric generation project in Hopkinton and Parishville that could power as many as 24,000 homes is moving forward despite five years of seeming inactivity. The 100-megawatt North Ridge Wind Farm is moving up on Iberdrola Renewables’ development list, however, the project is still years from completion and no firm start date has been given by project officials.
Would you support a wind farm in your community?
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Twins Luke and Darian Fenton of Edwards-Knox Central School graduated Saturday June 25. Their parents are Laura and Jamie Fenton. Below their recent high school graduation photo is a picture of the twins celebrating their first graduation. Photo by their aunt, Melissa Brown.View enlarged photo.
Canadian lawmakers and leaders from the American side of the St. Lawrence River met in Ogdensburg Friday to call for an easing of stringent reporting requirements for boaters. Pictured from left are Mayor Wayne Ashley, City Councilor Jennifer Stevenson and Senator Patty Ritchie. For more details, view earlier story.View enlarged photo.
Perry’s Big M managers Joe Auberger and Arlene Nocerino have donated $1,000 to the Norwood Fire Department for this year’s Fourth of July celebration in Norwood. The check was accepted by the department’s treasurer, Tim Donahue. Sue and Larry Perry’s daughters presented this contribution in memory of them. Perry’s BIG M has long been a supporter of the fire department’s Fourth of July celebration. This year’s parade will be in honor of Sue Perry. From left are Norwood Fire Department Assistant Chief Tina Garrow, BIG M manager Joe Auberger, Norwood FD Treasurer Tim Donahue, and BIG M manager Arlene Nocerino.View enlarged photo.
Daisies in Canton reflect a morning sun. 'The morning sun on the dew covered daisies just made this shot stunning,' wrote photographer Natalie Aldrich of Canton.View enlarged photo.
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