Free dictionaries in Canton

Tim Welpe from the Potsdam Elks Club recently presented the third graders in Tom Alzo’s multiage class at St. Mary’s School in Canton with dictionaries. Above are Tate Cruikshank, Alex Stone, Gavin Schryver, Alzo, Mateo Breen and Tim Welpe.

View enlarged photo.
Atlantic Testing Laboratories has begun taking pavement and soil borings of eight roads in Akwesasne for their future redesign. AKWESASNE -- The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Planning and Infrastructure Department is redesigning Frogtown and Helena roads. The tribe says the “necessary repairs and improvements” will “make roads safe for travelers … throughout the Akwesasne community. “At the March... Read More >>
CANTON — An Ogdensburg man was charged with promoting prison contraband while he was an inmate at the St. Lawrence County Correctional Facility, according to St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputies. Michael D. Wells, 30, was charged with first-degree promoting prison contraband, felony, and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The alleged incident was reported Oct. 18 and... Read More >>
WEST STOCKHOLM -- The West Stockholm United Methodist Church is accepting donations for their memory tree. To make a donation in memory of a loved one, send a check to West Stockholm Church, P.O. Box 63, West Stockholm, N.Y. 13696. Include your name and the person who the donation is in memory of. The cost is $1 per bulb. Read More >>
NORWOOD -- Save The Fountain continues fundraising in their effort to restore the fountain and create the park on the grounds that surround the fountain. Save The Fountain’s holiday fundraiser is a calendar, which includes over 40 pictures of Norwood’s past and present. The following local businesses are supporting Save The Fountain and have calendars for sale: Merriman’s, Perry’s, Hometown... Read More >>
By JIMMY LAWTON CANTON -- St. Lawrence County legislators approved a New York Power Authority proposal Monday that would end power subsidies for farms and businesses in the tri-county area. The plan being pushed by NYPA will repurpose $10 million from the Temporary North Country Power Discount Program to support a marketing effort ‘to bring new preservation power customers to the region.” St.... Read More >>