THIS WEEK'S QUESTION:

State police and local law enforcement are implementing a “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign this week through Sept. 5 including Labor Day weekend. The aim is to reduce deaths and injuries caused by motorists driving drunk or impaired by drugs.

Do you feel law enforcement should announce impaired driving crackdowns?

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Results will be posted Monday, Sept. 2.

LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Even though the official start of fall is about a month away, some trees and shrubs in St. Lawrence County are already beginning to change color as they enter dormancy early this year because of the hot, dry summer.

Have trees where you live begun to change colors?

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OFA Blue Devils boys’ soccer team off to fast start

Lisbon drops Brushton-Moira in non-league boy's soccer game 2-1 in overtime

Massena, Heuvelton, Harrisville girl's soccer teams drop non-league games Tuesday

SUNY Potsdam, Clarkson soccer teams hosting girls soccer clinic in the fall

Massena Memorial launches mobile app to track non-urgent wait times, access medical records

Prosectors in trial of man for 2011 murder of Potsdam boy seek second shot at using DNA evidence

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Massena's Town and Country Vet Clinic to host grand opening next week

Ogdensburg golf ball drop winners announced

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Cinema 10 season begins in Potsdam Sept. 12 with 'Maggie's Plan'

Movie production workshop in Canton Sunday

Massena bike rider died of skull fractures, brain contusion after being struck by SUV Tuesday

Work to alleviate drainage issues near Ogdensburg Burger King will begin soon

Massena Rotary youth representative speaks at Paul Smith's conference

Opinion: St. Lawrence County treasurer candidate has strong background in finances, Canton couple says

September WIC clincs set in Canton, Massena, Brasher, Ogdensburg, Potsdam, Norfolk, Gouverneur

Town of Lisbon board meets Friday to discuss campground storage

Massena man struck by SUV on bike has died, accident under investigation

Brasher man shoots hole-in-one

Man charged with contraband possession at Ogdensburg prison

Judge tosses key cutting-edge DNA evidence before trial in 12-year-old Potsdam boy's murder

Story from Syracuse.com , Aug 31, 11:33 am

St. Lawrence University promotes faculty and honors several employees with awards for 'outstanding service'

Hammond Fire Department to host shotgun start golf tournament

Massena church offering community meal Sept. 1

Winthrop man jailed after throwing girlfriend to ground by her hair in Madrid, deputies say

Brasher crime spree puzzles residents

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 31, 8:48 am

Youngsters aid Hospice and Palliative Care of St. Lawrence Valley in Potsdam

How a Remington drawing helps an Ogdensburg museum tell his story

Opinion: Use federal money to repair rough rural roads, says Ogdensburg man

Potsdam Guest House Bed and Breakfast at 1844 to host cocktail classes

Jimmy and The Rats playing Potsdam Moose Lodge Sept. 3

Gouverneur police seek help locating couple who purchased China cabinet with purse left inside of it

Report any crime no matter how small, officials tell Brasher residents

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 31, 6:11 am

With mixed emotions, St. Regis Mohawk tribe says goodbye to hydroelectric dam

Well-known former dean of students at SUNY Potsdam celebrates 60 years of marriage with wife

Canton and Ogdensburg residents complete internships at Sen. Ritchie's office

Ives Park Concert Series in Potsdam presents Wells and the Gathering Sept. 3

St. Lawrence Valley Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness meeting set for Friday in Canton

St. Lawrence County literacy program shut down without warning; volunteers seek way to keep their work going

Massena bicyclist dies following collision

Story from WWNY , Aug 30, 5:37 pm

Hiker suffers bee sting reactions while hiking in Cranberry Lake, more than a dozen volunteers and rangers come to his aid

Three free naloxone training sessions in Massena Wednesday

SUNY Potsdam planetarium offering shows, seismology workshops through November

Pastor from Lisbon earns international leadership certification allowing him to teach and mentor 'under the John Maxwell name’

Ogdensburg Library launching Family Book Club, Comic Book Club in September

County officials working to accommodate influx of 500 potential jurors for murder trial in Canton

5-year-old recovering from dog attack in Akwesasne

Story from WWNY , Aug 30, 2:32 pm

St. Lawrence County Farm Bureau chairman honored by state for contributions to industry at State Fair’s Dairy Day

Canton-based Thew Associates opening Tupper Lake office

Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on Tuesday

Norwood-Norfolk juniors, seniors who want to drive to school must attend meeting in September

Crane hosting piano pedagogy conference in Potsdam Sept. 17

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  • LOST: Black & white long haired cat, Withrop.
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