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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.

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Amerks sign Clarkson's McPherson '14

Six Saints women tennis players named ITA Scholar-Athletes; team earns All-Academic Award

Florida bass pros lead the field at Bassmaster Elite Series in Waddington

Clarkson's Howden to play hockey in Slovakia

Twin daughters of man who started Gouverneur boxing club follow in father’s footsteps

NYPA hires Watertown firm for $364K in prep work for new Moses State Park facilities in Massena

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Six in Ogdensburg escape from fire early today

Story from WWNY-TV , Jul 31, 11:51 am

Bassmasters weigh in after first day of competition out of Waddington

Norfolk thrift shop Wagner Whistle Stop marks third anniversary

Story from, Jul 31, 11:46 am

Massena resident named to University of New England dean's list

The McKennas to perform free concert Saturday at Brick & Mortar Music on Market Street

Story from, Jul 31, 11:43 am

St. Regis Falls American Legion post sets memorial park work day for Aug. 4

Story from, Jul 31, 11:42 am

GOP Assemblyman Blankenbush blames Democrats for blocking measure that would have taken away Joyce Mitchell's pension

Oxbow Fire Department gets nearly $20K in federal funding for breathing equipment

Story from WWNY-tv , Jul 31, 8:52 am

New York streamlines process for buying hunting licenses

St. Lawrence University professor quoted by ‘LA Times' on Turkey's Airstrikes on ISIS

Barb Heller’s 'Jam School' begins Aug. 11 in Canton

Deep Root Center in Canton holds summer workshops

Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center to host free 'Living Smarter, Living Better' diabetes education day Aug. 3

Florida bass pros lead the field at Bassmaster Elite Series in Waddington

Potsdam police warn of IRS scam going around again

Police: North Country prison escapee still cooperating month after capture

Brass Firemen and Creole Stomp coming to Norwood Village Green

Manicotti dinner planned Aug. 3 in Norfolk

Ogdensburg couple plans August wedding

Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s Fibromyalgia Support Group to meet Monday

Troopers investigate fatal crash in St. Regis Falls

Potsdam library loaning meter to test water content of firewood

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County Friday

Weather warning, sex crime, new restaurant in DeKalb among NCNow top five for July 30

Massena elementary school principal awarded St. Lawrence Academy Medal

NARFE meets Monday in Ogdensburg

SUNY Empire State info session in Canton Monday

Frazer Computing plans expansion, hopes to add more than 100 employees in Canton

Canton’s SLU awarded $240,000 to enhance summer program and establish 'ambassador' program

One of two tugboats that sank in Seaway near Massena set to be removed Friday

Heuvelton Central School Class of 1970 celebrates renunion

Gouverneur Central School student wins Canton Goldenaires scholarship

Bridge the Divide performing at Colton Wesleyan Church Aug. 2

Morley Wesleyan Church to host worship and concert Aug. 2

Weather service warns strong thunderstorms possible through early afternoon in St. Lawrence Valley

Story from, Jul 30, 12:02 pm

SUNY Potsdam grad calling attention to student rights violations

Story from, Jul 30, 12:01 pm

Vegetable growers get tips at St. Lawrence County Cooperative Extension in Canton

Story from, Jul 30, 11:57 am

New museum will explore Chippewa Bay's boating history

Opinion: Veterans with PTSD need better treatment, says Chase Mills resident

Stained glass intro class in Potsdam Aug. 9

Story from, Jul 30, 11:53 am

Ogdensburg's Grace Covenant Church hosts annual picnic Sunday

Story from, Jul 30, 11:52 am

Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority accepts Marcy Excavating bid for airport expansion work

St. Lawrence County residents may print temporary licenses online when renewing driving privilege

Bassmasters tourney underway in Waddington

Story from WWNY , Jul 30, 8:40 am

Students from OFA, Heuvelton, Morristown, Madrid-Waddington schools receive Pro Musica Chorus awards

International Student Exchange seeks Canton hosts for 11 students

'Dyeing with Ice and Rust' workshop set for Saturday in Potsdam

Ogdensburg Public Library hosting comic writing workshop, superhero drawing and more in August

Northern New York Community Foundation launches Potsdam Holiday Fund endowment partnership with $5,000 challenge grant

Solarize Canton says these sunny days drive home their point

Massena Amvets Post buys Action Trackchair for Wounded Warriors Outdoor Adventures

Heuvelton’s Ritchie receives most reimbursement for travel of all state Senators

Renowned blacksmith from Rossie seeks donor for partial liver transplant

Edwards Opera House to present Amy Gallatin & Stillwaters Aug. 1

'Summer Time Fun' dance set for Saturday in Parishville

Editor on Duty: Matt Lindsey, 315-265-1000. ext. 31

  • 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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