Inside NCNow: Just a few hours left to enter hockey ticket giveway; thanks for the photos; check us out on Christmas
Sunday, December 23, 2012 - 4:48 pm


If you enjoy exciting Division I hockey, and would like to win a 2013 Jeep Wrangler from Blevin’s Motors, you really should enter’s current contest.

You could win one of three pairs of tickets to the Clarkson University Division I hockey game against UMass-Lowell that takes place 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4 in Clarkson’s Cheel Arena.

And, those who win the hockey tickets will be included in a pool of less than 200 people from which three people will be chosen to try their hand at a “Make the Shot” competition.

If one of those three people successfully shoots the puck through a small goal during an on-ice contest at intermission, they will take home a 2013 Jeep Wrangler from Blevin’s Motors!

To enter the hockey ticket giveaway contest, visit

Winners of the tickets will selected Monday morning and the winners will be announced online later that day.

Winners will also be notified by e-mail and their names will be included in a story in North Country This Week.


Thank you viewers, for the many holiday-related photos of St. Lawrence County you sent in this month.

Your contributions help us report on many of the events taking place throughout the North Country.

Many of the photos – from donations to holiday fund drives in Potsdam and caroling events in Ogdensburg to pets dressed up for the holidays in Massena and gingerbread houses in Canton – have appeared on in recent days.

Late last week, Associate Editor Jimmy Lawton, Assistant Editor Lisa Hoover and Assistant General Manager Debbie Morgan selected some of the best photos and created slide three slideshows:

•St. Lawrence County Shows Holiday Spirit as the Season Continues highlighting the many donations to the less fortunate made by area organizations and residents at

•St. Lawrence County Holiday Snapshots featuring decorations inside and out at

• St. Lawrence County pets Celebrate the Holiday Season at


Santa arrives in the North Country late Monday night, but will still continue to provide up-to-date news on Christmas Day.

As is the case on all legal holidays, we plan to update twice on Tuesday with fresh news stories and photos, police blotter reports, community events and obituaries.

So, when you need a break from unwrapping presents and enjoying family get-togethers, don’t forget to check in to