THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

With the New York State Labor Board likely to approve a $15 minimum wage increase for fast food workers, including those in St. Lawrence County, how do you feel about this proposal?

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Results will be posted Monday, Aug. 3.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Potsdam businessman and zoning protester Hank Robar unveiled the latest of his toilet ‘gardens’ recently at 28 Pierrepont Ave. After he didn’t get a zoning reclassification for property he owns at 82-84 Market St., the first porcelain protest appeared there about a decade ago. The village sued him, unsuccessfully, to remove it. Then another ‘garden’ popped up along Maple Street. Now this latest one has village officials concerned by the negative reaction of neighbors.

How do you feel about Robar’s toilet ‘art’ display?

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Anglers competing for $100,000 prize at Bassmasters Elite Series in Waddington

Dozens of pro anglers compete for $100,000 in Waddington Bassmaster's Elite; Party in the Park continues with music, vendors, food, more

Yoga for Kids in Norwood Tuesday

286 compete in Summer Sunset Series Race #2 in Canton; results posted

Amerks sign Clarkson's McPherson '14

Ogdensburg’s North Country Wine, Beer and Food Festival expected to be big draw

Tick bites, boating accidents, getting lost are avoidable but possible consequences of St. Lawrence County summer recreation

For food and service, restaurant Dirty Gringo named Ogdensburg Chamber’s ‘Business of Quarter’

New museum opens in Chippewa Bay

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 1, 6:01 pm

Cruise ship 'Saint Laurent,' damaged in collision with Eisenhower Lock at Massena, returns to Seaway

Adirondack Park Agency offers planning resources for North Country communities

Opinion: Nicholville family humbled by support following fire; loss of pets

Free Lyme disease documentary screening Thursday in Ogdensburg

Sample farro Thursday in Potsdam

Anglers competing for $100,000 prize at Bassmasters Elite Series in Waddington

Potsdam's Computer Guys moving to Rt. 11 near Walmart

Plein Air Festival underway in Morristown

View the latest Massena-Ogdensburg edition of North Country This Week

Aug. 1-7, 2015 Issue , Aug 1, 8:38 am

Potsdam officials, residents think of ways to get rid of geese droppings around park

Akwesasne salmonella scare is over

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County Sunday

St. Lawrence County Chamber director chosen VP of Adirondack Regional Tourism Council

Ear, nose, throat issues to be discussed at ‘Ask the Physician’ Thursday in Canton

St. Lawrence County Chamber webinar to describe online tools to improve workplace communication, collaboration Aug. 5

Clarkson University writer and editor develops Space-Related/Space Exploration Teaching Approach

  • LOST: Maine Coon long haired cat, black and brown female, from the Cogswell Corners Road, Madrid.
  • LOST: Black & white cat from the Upper Ridge Road, close to Hobsin Road. Missing since July 26.
  • FOUND: Orange Cat. Been here about a week.
  • LOST: Black Fitbit with narrow band, lost in vicinity of Ford St. & Franklin St. at Seaway Festival Parade.
  • LOST: Orange tabby cat on Larnard St. in Potsdam.


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