Here are stories posted on the homepage during the past week beginning 36 hours ago.

Bear harvest was third-highest on record

Canton photographer taking aerial photos with ‘drone’

SUNY Potsdam students and Canton Maplewood residents make beautiful theater together

Bishop LaValley shares Easter message with church members in Roman Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg

The 1491's Comedy Show a hit at Akwesasne Senior Center

Story from Indian Time , Apr 20, 8:34 am

Opinion: Canton Day Care grateful for raffle support

Madrid-Waddington and SUNY ESF Wanakena to tag ash trees in Canton; CCE to train public works staff in tree management April 30

Gouverneur VFW Ladies Auxiliary to hold rummage sale April 22, 23

Wagner’s Whistle Stop in Norfolk to hold sale April 22, 24, 26

Local share of Ogdensburg’s Paterson Street project put at nearly $1 million

SUNY Canton staffer hits 200 mpg in his ‘Total Recall’ car at Watkins Glen Green Grand Prix

CDC, Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center offer health and safety advice for travellers

Comfort Inn & Suites in Hogansburg wins Platinum Hospitality Award from Choice Hotels International

Story from Indian Time , Apr 19, 5:55 pm

St. Regis Mohawk Tribe clarifies non-member fishing restrictions

Potsdam resident participates in off-campus internship through SUNY Oswego's Experience-Based Education program

Potsdam Library to offer class April 28 on Android Smartphones

Ogdensburg residents can get directory listing for city-wide garage sale May 24, 25

U program taking food orders for May; orders to be placed by May 8

Sunny today, clear and cold tonight in St. Lawrence County

Story from, Apr 19, 10:06 am

Bartlett said to have smothered elderly Potsdam woman with pillow

Story from WWNY-tv , Apr 19, 8:24 am

Town of Massena wants independent assessment of Massena Memorial Hospital’s finances

Docks and buoys due to be returned to St. Lawrence River

Candidates in NY21 congressional race file fundraising reports

View the latest Massena-Ogdensburg edition of North Country This Week

April 19-25, 2014 Issue , Apr 19, 8:17 am

Opinion: Cancer program medical staff gets pampered

Thousands expected at sixth annual county chamber Really Big Show April 25, 26 in Potsdam

Cinema 10 in Potsdam to present “The Wind Rises” on April 21

SLU continues visiting speaker series April 21 with Steven Medema’s legacy of Ronald H. Case

Easter egg hunt, reptile show upcoming at Waddington's Hepburn Library

St. Lawrence Lightning claims AAA hockey tournament championship in Casselman, Ont.

St. Lawrence University included in Princeton Review's 332 most environmentally responsible colleges

Mohawk Council employees honored as Akwesasne's first responders

Story from Indian Time , Apr 18, 5:32 pm

Meet the new director of the St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce

Make reservatons for Thursday sommelier dinner at 1844 House

Register for June golf tournament to benefit Heuvelton Fire Department

SAFE Act protest in Gouverneur on Saturday

Woman dug up in Stockholm backyard was murdered, DA says

SeaComm employees raise money for Children's Miracle Network with "Jeans-For-A-Day" event

When St. Lawrence University coursework includes farm chores

Gouverneur-area residents not afraid high waters of the Oswegatchie River

Lisbon temporarily bars vehicles weighing more than four tons from roads

Sign up for scrapbooking retreat at 4H Camp Overlook May 16-18

Financial Peace University free preview class offered April 23 in Colton

Experimental filmmaker Michael Robinson to give art talk at St. Lawrence University on Tuesday

Candidates for North Country seat in Congress submit fundraising reports

Mohawk tribe declares flood emergency, has damage assistance info

Independence Party objects to North Country congressional candidate Stefanik's petitions

Story from WWNY-tv , Apr 18, 11:48 am

Sure sign of spring as boat docks and buoys go in St. Lawrence River in Waddington, Massena

Story from, Apr 18, 11:45 am

Young Native Writers Essay Contest seeks Akwesasne scribes for competition

Story from, Apr 18, 11:44 am

Green Living Technologies CEO to discuss revolutionary trends at SUNY Canton

Story from, Apr 18, 11:43 am