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Early leaf color change could be from root damage in 2012 North Country drought

SUNY Potsdam alumni raise $2,047 to go toward college’s 2016 bicentennial celebration

Weeklong bicycle tour showcasing natural wildlife in Adirondacks to cost $1,495 and include stop in Star Lake

Story from New York Times , Sep 1, 7:48 am

New USDA insurance program can benefit North Country dairy farmers

St. Lawrence University honors several employees with awards and recognizes faculty promotions during convocation ceremony

Labor Day parade in Massena today, 2,000 marchers expected

Strengthening and toning exercise class running Sept. 9 – Oct. 16 in Canton

Film students highlight North Country in movie shot at Singer Castle near Hammond

Healthier meals at lower price, along with make-at-home recipes, offered to United Helpers Maplewood employees in Canton

St. Lawrence County colleges left out of $7 million for worker training

Fish for pond stocking available from St. Lawrence County Soil and Water Conservation District

Monday to do: Labor Day parade in Massena, food and bounce houses in Lisbon, community chorus signups in Potsdam

Former Potsdam resident helps troubled pregnant women in Arizona ‘live within God’s plan’

From Cranberry Lake to St. Lawrence River, big county, big fun

Norwood-Norfolk Youth Basketball Board to meet Sept. 2

Ogdensburg Garden Club plans fall sale Sept. 27 to benefit civic beautification projects

Potsdam man jailed on $10,000 after stealing scrap metal from dump

Canton inmate caught with cocaine, St. Lawrence County deputies say

Ogdensburg hospital sponsors outreach project Sept. 1

Potsdam Cinema 10 begins fall season with The Beatles' first film

Hogansburg's Twinleaf Stores celebrate customers

Story from Indian Time , Aug 31, 8:35 am

NCNow Survey: Voters nearly split on policy reducing driving while intoxicated charges

Sunday on tap: Harvest Days in Madrid, Heuvelton Hillbilly Days, yoga class in Massena

Many New York State Health Market place plans to see increase

Canton, Potsdam and Norwood schools face new challenges as new session begins

SUNY Potsdam welcomes diverse class to campus

30-year-old Republican Stefanik uses energy, ambition in North Country race for Congress

Coroner says body found in Massena unidentifiable

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 30, 4:38 pm

Attorneys fighting big companies with high-powered lawyers turn to Clarkson University professor as expert witness

Massena man starts local acting society, networking site in hopes of uniting area artists, actors

610 first-year students begin enrolled in one of most diverse classes in St. Lawrence University history

Diocese of Ogdensburg urges parishioners to write wills leaving portion of estates to church

St. Lawrence Seaway shipping continues comeback after disastrous spring

‘Hankfest’ event raises $700 for Potsdam Public Library

Gouverneur historian to speak at Daughters of American Revolution meeting Sept. 3

Office for Aging offering computer classes for senior citizens in Canton

Dunn, Wheeler, Robinson, Whiting crowned 2014 track champions at Mohawk International Raceway in Akwesasne

Human body found off Route 420 in Massena, troopers seek help identifying the person

SLU astronomer highlights Milky Way in North Country late summer night sky

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Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 2014 Issue , Aug 30, 8:24 am

Surveillance cameras step in right direction, says Heuvelton man

Potsdam angler, blogger featured in Bass Magazine

American Red Cross to host drives in Massena, Potsdam

'A Day For You' planned at Lisbon beach Monday

Clarkson professor's 'Non-Traditional' movie to receive wide distribution

Louisville Minor Hockey accepting applications for all ages

Assemblywoman Russell plans Labor Day weekend appearances in Ogdensburg, Madrid, Heuvelton, Massena

St. Regis Falls Fire Department getting $62,748 to replace oudated air packs, provide training

Potsdam's Bagelry to open second location in downtown Canton

Amish community rebuilds garage for Richville couple who returned abducted girls