Hungry deer in Canton

Two deer search for food on Farmer Street in Canton. "I have seen them munching on cedar trees" wrote Jim Barry, who submitted the photo.

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Don’t attack others for expressing their opinion, says Heuvelton man

To the Editor: In response to "Don’t Blame Movies For Decision To Smoke," which ran in the March 14 issue of North Country This Week: This is purposely off topic: I am not here to refute the fact of...

Ogdensburg Command Performance continues with shows in Massena

To the Editor: It is officially spring, and that means Ogdensburg Command Performances will soon be continuing a “season on the road” with some amazing shows in Massena. Last fall we were overjoyed...

Leave no pet behind

In response to "Animals Are Not Garbage" which ran in the March 18-24 issue of North Country This Week, when I read about people moving out and leaving their cat behind like garbage, it made me so...

Deer damage

In response to a recent photo on NorthCountryNow.com showing deer in downtown Canton, as cool as it seems to see deer in the village of Canton, they are very destructive. They will eat all flowering...

Property tax increase

The residents of the Village of Potsdam are facing outrageous increases in property taxes. We'll be denied rebates from the state because of the excessive increase. How soon can we vote on dissolving...

Lives on the line

Support law enforcement. We need state police, sheriff’s deputies and Border Patrol. If the Border Patrol can stop some of the illegal drugs from entering the North Country, then more power to them....

Chance meeting leads to Sunday Rock Legacy Project in Colton

To the Editor: How could a chance meeting lead to a legacy? To find out we need to walk in the footsteps of Bill Riehl, current resident of South Carolina and native of Colton, NY, as he meandered...

Fincancial hermorrhage

Potsdam elected officials have done a splendid job of putting one of the highest taxed villages in the North Country in an inexcusable debt. Mismanagement of funds that no one questions, bravo! With...

Seasonal convenience

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Does SASS designation protect, promote Hammond area?

To the Editor: Everyone we know is in favor of protecting and promoting the assets of the wonderful Thousand Islands. The questions are: A) Does a SASS (Scenic Area of Statewide Significance)...

Fair share

In response to “More Tax, More Service” which ran in the March 11 issue of North Country This Week, I couldn't agree more with you. Taxes in Colton are about to skyrocket and the lack of tax service...

Sickening commercials

In response “Cancer Commercials,” no, you are not the only person who is sickened by those commercials especially while eating. I've learned to change the channel during commercial times for this...

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To the Editor: In response to “Border Patrol Road Blocks Infringe Our Rights,” I have been stopped by Border Patrol at road blocks too, sometimes more than once when they're in front of my job. It's...

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Seasonal convenience

In response to “Daylight Saving Time” which ran in the March 14 edition of North Country This Week, I am constantly amazed by what people find to complain about these days. It's a realignment of...

Commercial volume

Ten or more years ago there was some type of regulation regarding the sound volume of TV commercials whereby sponsors were not to increase the sound volume when commercials ads were aired. If this...