Amy Cook of Gouverneur submitted this picture of three cats she described as 'on dogwatch.'View enlarged photo.
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?
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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Sue Perry, owner and operator of Perry’s Big M, presents to Tim Donahue, treasurer of the Norwood Fire Department, a check for $1,000, with Ann Jay at left and Arlene Nocerino at right. The contribution is a major help to covering the thousands of dollars needed for Norwood’s famous 4th July fireworks show.
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Hailey Weber and Emily Gardner of Ogdensburg, Madalyn Bascom of Canton, Sloane Ryan of Ogdensburg, Taylor Morrill of Potsdam, and Caitlin Kelly, Myah Myers and Payten Walsh Ogdensburg are preparing for performances July 9 to 12 and 16 to 19 of the musical comedy 'Orchard of Hide & Seek' at St. John’s Conservatory Theater. This is the fourth annual presentation by the academy.
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'I was disappointed Tuesday night that cloud cover prevented me from seeing the closest proximity of Venus and Jupiter, but I had better luck last night, except for the mosquitoes,' said photographer Don Straight of Brasher Falls. 'I went to the Brasher swamp, just north of Winthrop on State Highway 420, and played around a bit. 'The planets can be seen above the western horizon with a bit of color remaining in the sky. I was using four-second exposure...I don't know what the couple of other stars or planets are that can be seen in the image,' he said.View enlarged photo.
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