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Peace at Norwood-Norfolk

Norwood-Norfolk Central School students created a giant peace sign on an athletic field on Wednesday as part of International Peace Day. Robin Charland submitted this drone picture of the event.

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

To the Editor:

We first want to start off by saying thank you to all of the local businesses, school clubs, and community organizations for a great turn out in 2015. The displays were...

Record attendance of 3,000 people at Waddington Summer Concert Series

To the Editor:

The Waddington Summer Concert Series again ended a very successful year. We offered nine concerts with a wide range of musical genres.

Thank you to the sponsors,...

Playground problems

What should of been an enjoyable Tuesday evening became a night of fear as far as proper parenting and respect for living things. Teenagers swearing. Kids throwing rocks at seagulls and each other...

Congrats councilman

I would like to congratulate David VanArnam on his recent win in the Republican Primary. It shows how the town and Village of Morristown stand behind Dave. He does way more for the public than...

Cell phone zombies

I find it hard to believe that after kindergarten, grade school, high school and now college, you would think that at this point kids would know to look both ways before crossing the street wouldn...

Opinion: Stefanik was impressive during freshman term, says Canton resident

To the Editor:

In 2014 Elise Stefanik became the youngest female in our country’s history to be elected to congress. She is running for reelection in November. Her campaign slogan was a...

Parishville-Hopkinton summer travel soccer program sees 100 participants

To the Editor:

On behalf of the Parishville-Hopkinton travel soccer program, I would like to extend a big thank you to the Town of Parishville for the use of the Parishville beach for our...

Over $8,000 raised to combat St. Lawrence County hunger

To the Editor:

Thank you to everyone who made GardenShare's second annual Fight Hunger 5K a success!

Over 100 people turned out to run or walk the 5K course and, together with the...

Keep sounding off

In response to the Sept. 14-20 “Power of Positivity” Sound Off, thought it would be nice to print all nice Sound Offs, you missed the point of Sound Off. It is to sound off!

 

Justice for everyone

I don’t understand how DA Mary Rain is allowed to continue being an attorney. We do not find justice by lying, cheating, corruption, or hiding evidence. What we get is a lack of faith in a system...

Village of Potsdam loses one of its best, says former Village of Potsdam administrator

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The Village of Potsdam is losing one of its best.

Sometimes an offer is just too good to turn down, and so it is with Bob Henninger who is leaving the Village of...

Opinion: Ogdensburg Garden Club flower show deemed a big success, organizers say

To the Editor:

This year's Garden Club Standard Flower Show was held at the Dobisky Community Center on Friday, Aug. 19 and Saturday, Aug. 20. By all accounts it was a success. 25 exhibits...

‘Crappy Carpers’ from Hannawa Falls offer thanks to sponsor

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Our team, the “Crappy Carpers,” would like to say a special thanks to Ron Page and Go Green Spray Foam, who sponsored our 2016 Jr. carp tournament team.

Though the...

Code enforcement

I would like to know why the Town of Canton code enforcer is not doing his job. This has been posted previously with no response on his part. Pyrites needs to be cleaned up. There have been decent...