Gouverneur Head Start celebrates 50 years

Gouverneur Head Start recently marked 50 years. The school readiness program is for children 3 and 4 years old. They celebrated the anniversary May 18.


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Protecting Ourselves from the Threat of Ebola: Lessons from History


CPH Board Certified Allergy Asthma, Immunology Specialist

Doses of ZMapp that helped cure two Americans at Emory in Atlanta are exhausted. TKM-Ebloa has showed some promise and is on fast track for development.

Brincidofovir, another antiviral did not help Mr. Eric Duncan in Dallas; maybe it was belated by too many days. No, there is no cure for Ebola yet! Two vaccines (one developed in the USA and the other in Canada) are being tested, and only time shall tell — time, however, is not plentiful, especially for the people of West Africa..


By MATT LINDSEY POTSDAM -- Threats made on Facebook earlier today, May 22, claiming intention of harming students at Potsdam schools have been deemed "not credible," according to Potsdam Police Lt. Mark Murray. At least one person reported the threats to police around 8 a.m. this morning. The posts on Facebook were made under the name Jeana Bristow. The threats were "Going to be a blood bath Monda... Read More >>
Canton-Potsdam Hospital’s Primary Care Center in Colton will be closed Friday, May 22 and Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day weekend. The Afterhours Center in Canton will be closed on Monday, May 25 in observance. The Urgent Care Center at... Read More >>
Pictured from left Ellie Siegfried, Nora Bradford, and Gwen Smith on graduation day. CANTON -- Little River Community School, 1227 County Route 25 held their graduation ceremony at the school May 9 with family, friends and the school community in at... Read More >>
At Thursday’s meeting, State Sen. Patty Ritchie stands alongside one of the warning signs obtained through a state grant. HEUVELTON -- St. Lawrence County legislators, law enforcement and Amish leaders met at the Heuvelton fire house Thursday to exp... Read More >>
OGDENSBURG -- Effective June 1, the city will charge a $10 late fee for dog licenses not renewed within 60 days of the expiration date. Read More >>