This rainbow appeared over SUNY Potsdam following rain showers which dominated the weather on Thursday. Rain is expected to continue through Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. Photo by Johnathon Wolfe.View enlarged photo.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:
St. Lawrence County District Attorney Mary Rain says she agrees with District Attorney Association’s call for an expedited investigation in to various claims that have been filed against her. While there has been no information released as to how long the process may take, the process reportedly should be accelerated to ensure St. Lawrence County residents have a functioning criminal justice system,
Do you want to see the investigation expedited?
Results will be posted Oct. 24.
LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:
Colder weather has moved into St. Lawrence County over the last few weeks causing many to begin heating their homes and businesses.
If you had the choice to heat your home or business with any source, what would you choose?
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Marah reaches high into a tree to pick apples at Brookdale Orchard. Photo submitted by her mother, Kayla Fiacco.View enlarged photo.
Siblings Reece and Annabelle Thomas of Parishville enjoy the falling leaves. Photo submitted by Amanda Thomas.View enlarged photo.
Gordon Poole recently presented a copy of the DeKalb Historical Reader to the Hermon/De Kalb School library. The Reader contains 266 pages of local history and was published by the DeKalb Historical Association. The school has a close tie with the association's museum and visits for spring programs. Copies of the book are available on Amazon or at the museum which is open Wednesdays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. and Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m.View enlarged photo.
'My view looking out my side room in,' said Chelsey Furnace, who submitted the photo. It was 'breathtaking,' she said.View enlarged photo.
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