New York State exempts heating fuels from their four-percent sales tax, but counties can charge sales tax, and St. Lawrence County does.

Based on the financial situation of the county and its residents, do you think St. Lawrence County should charge residents with sales tax on all heating fuels even though they do not have to?

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Shamrocks boys' soccer win OT; P-H, M-W, Canton, Harrisville, Hammond win

Massena nips Chateaugay 3-2; Salmon River, Canton win volleyball matches

Massena girld edge St. Lawrence; Potsdam, Malone win Friday meets

CU Women's Hockey falls to Concordia in Exhibition

CU Volleyball downs Rochester in four sets

Ogdensburg sales tax shortfall on pace to be 9 percent below budget expectations

Potsdam school developing policy aimed at managing dangerous student outbursts; includes restraint training

Orchestra of Northern New York seeks professional symphony applicants

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

Ogdensburg reviewer: 'Sully' is 'a good movie - not a great movie'

Clarkson appoints chair, director, and associate professor of occupational therapy

"Strategies for a Successful Wholesale Show" Sept. 27 to aid area businesses for Buyer Days North

"Fungi Roles in the Ecosystem" to be held at Indian Creek Nature Center Oct. 1

Clarkson University Science Café to present "Conservation in Protected Areas: From Central Africa to the North Country" Sept. 27, 28

Some Parishville and Hopkinton residents fear PILOT agreements with wind companies

Norwood man faces multiple charges including assault, weapon possession

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Tread mill to close its doors after 44 years in Potsdam

Second week of Hillary trial: Alibi testimony, no hard evidence found at murder scene, closing statements, verdict could take a week

‘Lights on the River’ looking for displays for Christmas fundraiser in Lisbon

Hawaii and Australia/New Zealand upcoming trips focus of Canton Senior Citizen Club presentations Sept. 27

Craft Sale featuring seasonal items slated for Sept. 27

Annual Craft/Vendor Fair to be held at West Potsdam Bingo Hall Oct. 22

Medical oncologist joins Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center staff in Ogdensburg

Optometrist who serves Gouverneur, Canton to host 140 foster children and their families for 'two-nation' boat tour Sunday

Is Hillary guilty or not guilty of Potsdam murder? Sampling the court of public opinion

Story from WWNY-tv , Sep 23, 6:01 pm

'Love of Mambo' to let viewers share the stage with legends of Latin music at Cinema 10 in Potsdam Sept. 26

Three Akwesasne World War II veterans honored by community and North Country Honor Flight

Story from Indian Time , Sep 23, 6:02 pm

Cooperative Extension after-school programs, 4-H clubs for ages 5-19 begin Oct. 1

Free beginning guitar lessons to be offered at Norwood Free Methodist Church starting Sept. 28

Clarkson University appoints assistant professor of sociology

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