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Clarkson versus Canton-Potsdam Hospital hockey game raises $1,100

Will St. Lawrence County keep Mohawk land claim settlement money and will Massena sue?

Griffo bill approved in Senate would limit terms of Senate and Assembly leaders

St. Lawrence County Head Start accepting applications for new school year

Wounded Warriors to host third sled hockey tournament March 6 in Canton

Essential oils class at Potsdam Civic Center

Potsdam Food Co-op featuring cauliflower and cheese casserole March 5

Massena mayor says he will 'do whatever he can' to aid NYSARC clients who will be displaced due to court ruling

Massena Village Board issues proclamation congratulating state champion Lady Red Raiders

$150,000 North Country Alliance loan helped finance opening of Canton Save-A-Lot

Voters approve Gouverneur and Lisbon school projects

Story from WWNY-tv , Mar 4, 5:56 am

Local radio station contest offers tickets to March 6 Clarkson men's hockey game

Over 25 St. Lawrence County residents graduate from Clarkson University

Father-son musical duo to perform Thursday in Canton

St. Lawrence Valley Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness meeting set for March 6 in Canton

Heuvelton kindergartners create Valentines for Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center patients

North Country Rep. Stefanik joins other NY GOP representatives in committing to Homeland Security funding vote

Canton jam band ‘Waydown Wailers’ and Grace Potter, with St. Lawrence University ties, featured on

Town of Massena to sue St. Lawrence County, county legislature over land claim settlement

Public works responds quickly to frozen pipes, says Potsdam resident

Morley Library Association to meet March 5

Oil painting class planned for March 5 in Heuvelton

1,600 expected to attend 55th annual Massena Rotary pancake breakfast

Canton Central faculty, staff wear red for women's heart disease awareness

More than 5,000 St. Lawrence County households could get property tax cuts

Clarkson professor emeritus gives free access to international journal to the school libraries

Massena-Ogdensburg area on magazine's list of top U.S. 'micropolitan areas'

St. Lawrence County lawmaker accuses GOP of creating volatile situation by modifying land claim MOU

Ogdensburg Elks to serve lasagna on Wednesday

Ogdensburg's Remington Museum to host Revolutionary War talk on March 11

Monthly crystal classes offered in North Lawrence

Village of Potsdam asks residents, businesses to trickle water until further notice

Man accused of murdering Potsdam boy asks for surveillance video and review of grand jury testimony

Story from WWNY-tv , Mar 3, 11:48 am

Massena trustees to recognize state champion girls hockey team

Massena experiences record-setting month of cold weather, below zero temps felt on 22 of 28 days

St. Lawrence County Republicans vote to keep land claim funds, overturn Democrat's MOU; Massena, Brasher lose out

SLU Writer's Seriers on March 5 in Canton to feature Charlotte Boulay

Reiki offered in North Lawrence

DAR taking registration for April genealogy workshop in Canton

SUNY Canton criminal justice programs ranked ‘most economical’ in nation

Gouverneur man allegedly chokes female during domestic dispute, troopers say

Rensselaer Falls adopts new zoning regulations

Story from WWNY-tv , Mar 3, 9:07 am

St. Lawrence County TRIBS swimmers compete at Adirondack Silver Short Course championship

Five St. Lawrence County residents named to dean's list at Elmira College

Community Performance Series to sell early access tickets March 9 for summer musical productions 'Into the Woods' and 'Chicago'

Deb's Senior Trips offering trip for St. Lawrence County residents to San Antonio and Dalls May 14-26

North Country Sen. Griffo backs nine bills to close loopholes in sexual predator laws

Gouverneur, Lisbon school projects up for vote Tuesday

Story from WWNY-tv , Mar 3, 5:49 am

New York State Flag Essay Contest open to all fifth, sixth grade students in St. Lawrence County

Potsdam village officials consider dissolving village court