Due to an extremely warm winter, many winter activities and events have been put on hold or cancelled, including the annual St. Lawrence River Walleye Association Northern Pike Challenge event.

What winter activities do you miss doing most as a result of a warmer North Country winter?

Take the NCNow Survery

Results will be posted Monday, Feb. 15.


Police and emergency responders who administered Naloxone to people suffering opiate or opioid overdoses in St. Lawrence County have saved at least five lives since 2014. The drug neutralizes the effect of narcotics like morphine, fentanyl, oxycodone and heroin, but some police agencies in the county do not carry it.

Do think all law enforcement officers and emergency responders should be trained to administer Naloxone?

View survey results and comments from survey participants.

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Potsdam U12 Icestorm hockey team takes gold at Empire State Games

Saints men's hockey to play in Belfast Northern Ireland in 2016

Clarkson men's hockey looks to extend winning streak

Potsdam downs Saranac Central 48-36; B-M Panthers-NAC Ppd.

Larries edge Massena; Chateaugay, Canton, Heuvelton win titles

Ogdensburg City Council to discuss resolution to participate in committee to implement recently completed Blueway Trail plan

Applications up 20 percent at SUNY Canton

Lake St. Lawrence Winter Chill includes NHL alumni game, Guinness record attempt, sled hockey, carnival, more Feb. 13-21

Ogdensburg Boys & Girls Club Board adds Community Bank branch manager to help with finance and expo committees

Police await report in Massena roadway death, 4 inches of snow predicted, O’burg rezoning among Feb. 10 NCNow top five

Gouverneur resident named to dean's list at Susquehanna University

FFA Indoor Garage Sale and Craft Fair to be held Saturday in Canton

Potsdam kitchen project aims to bring more local food to stores, schools

Fish fries planned in Canton and Massena Friday

Potsdam town-village court merger creates backlog of 6,000 cases

Story from WWNY , Feb 10, 5:34 pm

Massena mayor honored for drug awareness, prevention initiatives

River Shiver includes Polar Plunge, Battle of Ogdensburg, prime rib dinner

Governor urges feds to deny Key Bank-First Niagara merger; each operates in Massena, Potsdam

Here are the top five things happening in St. Lawrence County Thursday

Massena thrift store extends sale through Feb. 19

Proctor Avenue area up for Ogdensburg reassessments

Free dinner in Canton Friday

Trial underway of Heuvelton man accused of making meth

Story from WWNY-tv , Feb 10, 3:09 pm

The Barber Shop in Potsdam gets a new location and name

Potsdam U12 Icestorm hockey team takes gold at Empire State Games

St. Lawrence University professors selected for fellowships

Norfolk First United Methodist community dinner Friday

Income tax questions to be answered at Potsdam Public Library presentation March 2

Former Ogdensburg flower shop owner seeks to rezone properties for development

Story from, Feb 10, 11:39 am

Norwood's St. Phillip's Church hosts ecumenical service Friday

New radiation oncologist practicing at cancer treatment center in Ogdensburg

Story from, Feb 10, 11:42 am

State official to meet with group boosting Ogdensburg's Fort de la Présentation

Canton's Cornell Cooperative Extension adds winter interns from area colleges

Story from, Feb 10, 11:43 am

Opinion: Potsdam woman remembers simple, fun birthday parties of the 1950s

Free healthcare clerical support class in Norwood starts Feb. 22

Story from, Feb 10, 11:37 am

Registration open for two-day boating safety course in Massena

Story from, Feb 10, 11:37 am

Up to 4 inches of snow expected in St. Lawrence County, followed by ‘coldest air of the season,’ weather service says

Soup lunch in Canton Friday

Story from, Feb 10, 11:38 am

Petition created to change Massena school mascot from Red Raiders

Story from Indian Time , Feb 10, 8:56 am

Akwesasne Mohawk Police investigating robbery at Butter’s Quickstop

Story from Indian Time , Feb 10, 9:01 am

Tickets available for Massena Winter Chill Montreal Canadiens Alumni game Feb. 14

Opinion: Norwood-Norfolk Central student recommends criminal justice program at Seaway Tech

Pierrepont Volunteer Fire Department to hold fish fries

Potsdam Recreation Department to host 'Rock-n-Skate' event Feb. 12

Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center employees join American Heart Association’s 13-year celebration 'Go Red for Women Day'

St. Baldricks Clips Event for Childhood Cancer set for Feb. 12

Senator wants more drug treatment, fraud settlements, corruption poll among Feb. 9 NCNow top five

Sen. Ritchie pushes plan she says will 'continue supporting New York’s family farmers and boost agriculture economy'

Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce names OFA student as their student of the month

Disabled American Veterans to recruit volunteer drivers Feb. 28 in Potsdam

Potsdam Recreation Department hosting 'Rock-n-Skate' event Feb. 12

Beef stew to be served at community dinner in Norfolk Friday

Pierrepont Volunteer Fire Department fish fries return Feb. 12 through Lent

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

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