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

Madrid taxidermist wins top awards in multiple state shows

St. Lawrence County Sheriff's office warns of scam perpetrated by what they call "gypsies"

Three Heuvelton Central students win the Founder's Weekend Essay Contest

Detective testifies that accused kidnappers from Hermon were on a "shopping trip" for slaves

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 21, 5:38 pm

Massena Town Board delays decision on whether to privatize financially struggling Massena Memorial Hospital

Aug. 23 dinner in Kendrew will raise money for Fresh Start Fellowship Curch

St. Lawrence River Walleye Association taking sign ups for September bass and walleye derby

Saturday garage sale will benefit SUNY Potsdam Child Care Center

Traffic flowing again on Route 11 north of Canton after flooding forces detour

Time Warner Cable deploys AMBER Alert to cable technicians in St. Lawrence County

Parishville-Hopkinton student raises money for 'Musicality' event

Massena Mayor Hidy submits independent petition to run for his office in November

Potsdam Central School Booster Club holding discount cards fundraiser

NYS Fair open in Syracuse with free concerts by Barenaked Ladies, Herman’s Hermits, more

Story from , Aug 21, 2:45 pm

Morley Community Summer Festival features open houses and historic tours

Author to host book signing in Canton Aug. 23

Massena summer concert moved to fire hall due to rain

New policy: SLC DA Rain tightening up on DWI cases

Story from, Aug 21, 12:33 pm

NYSARC bus with 8 aboard goes off road near Fine, damages 100 feet of guardrail

Story from, Aug 21, 11:56 am

Hearing this afternoon for suspect in kidnap of Amish girls near Heuvelton

Contract work at Ogdensburg psych center going out to bid

Story from, Aug 21, 11:48 am

Sanfordville Cemetery Association asking for donations for grounds upkeep

Potsdam's community-wide sales this weekend; sites list available

Story from, Aug 21, 11:46 am

Norfolk Archer’s Traditional Fun Shoot Saturday

Story from, Aug 21, 11:44 am

'Waterfalls of New York State' author appearing in Canton Saturday

Story from, Aug 21, 11:44 am

What do the latest test scores tell us about Common Core?

Canton and Potsdam men re-enlist in National Guard

More thunderstorms expected in St. Lawrence County today

SUNY Potsdam names new vice president of business affairs

It's Hidy vs. Currier In Massena mayor race

Story of WWNY , Aug 21, 8:57 am

Potsdam Public Library to host intro to Microsoft Excel class Sept. 3

New Northern New York Bassmaster holding team trail tournament Aug. 23

Multiple landlords in Massena facing possible nuisance law violations, village officials say

Heuvelton kidnapping investigation 'branching out' with help from F.B.I.

Story from WWNY-tv , Aug 21, 6:02 am

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Aug. 20-26, 2014 Issue , Aug 21, 6:02 am

North Country politicians show support for Democrat Aaron Woolf in NY-21 Congressional District race

St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office hosting 'Operation Safe Child' events in Potsdam, Canton, Ogdensburg, North Lawrence

Norwood Public Library to host movie under the stars Friday

Gateway Museum to serve spaghetti dinner Aug. 22 in memory of Pat Ceresoli in Morristown

Ice cream social, live music, quilt show planned for Friday at Louisville Community Church

After nearly 70 years of operation, Violi's Restaurant in Massena to close Sept. 28

Possibly heavy rain, thunderstorms moving into St. Lawrence County, could linger tonight

State AFL-CIO endorses Woolf for Congress, Russell in Assembly, Ritchie and Griffo in Senate

Lawyer says suspect in Amish abduction also a victim

St. Lawrence County emergency personnel taking part in Ft. Drum mass casualty exercise

Morley Summer Festival Friday and Saturday features music, games, family fun

Art exhibit 'Abstract Invitational' opens Friday at SLC gallery in Potsdam

Tai chi classes Mondays and Wednesdays in Heuvelton start Aug. 25

Long-time Massena eatery Violi's closing on Sept. 27

Canton Methodist Church, Neighborhood Center join forces to give kids school supplies