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..
FINE – The Town of Fine has extended its “boil water” alert for people in the Star Lake Water District through at least next Tuesday, March 31.
A water main break is responsible for the alert.
Town Supervisor Mark Hall said in the alert message that “non-essential use of water is prohibited until the treatment system can refill the storage tank,” but those who are running water to prevent freezing... Read More >>
MASSENA – A Louisville man was charged Thursday with identity theft for allegedly using a credit card that did not belong to him at the NAPA Store, 107 Water St., according to state police.
Jason J. Malone, 36, was charged with second-degree identity... Read More >>
OGDENSBURG – With no proposals to lease Ogdensburg’s Dobisky center’s café, City Councilor Jennifer Stevenson says the city should consider using the space for a museum.
Ogdensburg City Manager said the city has received no proposals yet, despite ext... Read More >>
AKWESASNE -- The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Forestry Resources Program will help tribe members with spring cleanup. Beginning April 1, people can apply for wood chipping services and hazardous tree removal. The deadline is June 30, with work starting w... Read More >>
Proceeds of $256 were presented to Kellie Hitchman from Lion President Jim Whitford. Photo by Crystal Whitford.
EDWARDS -- The Edwards Lions Club recently sponsored a Blacklight Shuffleboard Tournament to benefit St. Lawrence Valley Hospice and Pall... Read More >>