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  1. North Country nonprofits can apply for up to $20,000 from Youth Philanthropy CouncilRead the original story

    Monday Dec 10 | North Country Now

    The Northern New York Community Foundation Youth Philanthropy Council welcomes grant requests from nonprofit organizations of all types for projects, programs or initiatives that positively impact the quality of life in St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Lewis counties. For award consideration, completed grant applications must be received at the Northern New York Community Foundation, 131 Washington St., Watertown, N.Y. 13601, no later than Friday, Feb. 8, 2019.

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  2. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    Friday Dec 7 | North Country Now

    Assemblyman-elect Mark Walczyk is slamming a state commission's recommendation to raise state lawmakers' salaries from $79,500 to $120,000 by 2020. "When I decided to run for State Assembly, I did so to improve the lives of Northern New Yorkers.

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  3. Ogdensburg police blotter, Dec. 4Read the original story

    Wednesday Dec 5 | North Country Now

    Tessy Middlemiss was served a subpoena on Ford Street at 9:21 p.m. to appear in grand jury on Dec. 6 at noon in a matter involving Jacob Brabant. a Report from subject at 8:29 p.m. on Morris Street that someone had gone through his vehicle overnight.

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  4. Walczyk hires Sen. Ritchie staffer as chief; heads to Assembly in JanuaryRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 4 | North Country Now

    Assemblyman-elect Mark Walczyk announced his first staff hiring today, longtime community member and Sen. Patty Ritchie staffer Michael Schenk. Schenk will join Walczyk's team as his Chief of Staff in January when he heads to Albany to represent the "Front Yard of America" River District in the New York state Assembly.

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  5. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2018 | North Country Now

    The fifth-seeded SUNY Potsdam volleyball team took No. 4 seed SUNY Fredonia to five sets before falling 3-2 on Tuesday night in the SUNYAC Quarterfinals.

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  6. SUNY Potsdam accepting applications for new graduate program in managementRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2018 | North Country Now

    "The flexible degree will prepare students to be leaders in a broad range of careers and industries, giving them a strong knowledge base in management and organizational principles," the college said in a press release. Beginning next spring, the master's program will be offered in two locations, the college's Potsdam campus, and at the Jefferson Higher Education Center, located on the Jefferson Community College campus in Watertown.

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  7. Potsdam DEC sub-offices moving Oct. 29-31Read the original story

    Oct 25, 2018 | North Country Now

    The Potsdam sub-offices of the state Department of Environmental Conservation will be moving from 6739 US Highway 11, between Potsdam and Canton, to 190 Outer Main St., Suite 103. The public is asked to call the Watertown headquarters at 315-785-2263 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:45 p.m. on those days for DEC help.

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  8. Memoir by late Mohawk poet published by SUNY PressRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2018 | North Country Now

    "Angry Rain: A Brief Memoir," written by the late acclaimed Mohawk poet and longtime writer-in-residence at SUNY Potsdam, Maurice Kenny, has been published by the State Univerisyt of New York Press. "Angry Rain" was edited by Kenny's colleague and friend, SUNY Potsdam Professor of English and Communication Dr. Derek Maus, who also wrote an introduction for the book.

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  9. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    Sep 24, 2018 | North Country Now

    The Department of Conservation is using funds from the Long Pond Easement agreement to purchase approximately 300 acres to add to the Whiskey Flats State Forest in the Town of Hopkinton The owners of nearly 40 Adirondack camps on State Highway 56 were threatened with demolition of their structures in early 2017 on land they lease through Danzer, a timber company based in Austria that produces veneer, lumber and other wood products from hardwood. DEC and Danzer negotiated a modification to the original 1999 conservation easement that will allow 15 of the camps where rights have expired to stay in perpetuity, according to DEC.

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  10. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    Sep 24, 2018 | North Country Now

    The Department of Conservation is using funds from the Long Pond Easement agreement to purchase approximately 300 acres to add to the Whiskey Flats State Forest in the Town of Hopkinton The owners of nearly 40 Adirondack camps on State Highway 56 were threatened with demolition of their structures in early 2017 on land they lease through Danzer, a German timber company based in Austria that produces veneer, lumber and other wood products from hardwood. DEC and Danzer negotiated a modification to the original 1999 conservation easement that will allow 15 of the camps where rights have expired to stay in perpetuity, according to DEC.

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  11. What's Going On: Gun show in Parishville, Planned Parenthood fundraiser in SanfordvilleRead the original story

    Sep 14, 2018 | North Country Now

    SANFORDVILLE: Craft beer and harvest bounty event to benefit Planned Parenthood of the North Country, The Hermitage, Robin McClellan's home, 465 Old Market Rd., Sanfordville, just outside of Potsdam in Stockholm, 3-5 p.m.; tapas menu featuring foods of the season from local farmers and prepared by local chef Wally Siebel. Award-winning beer from master brewer Nathan Drake from Township 7 Brewery in Dickinson Center will served, along with sweets prepared by Gail Anderson, owner of Marigold Kitchen and Bakery, slated to open this fall in Potsdam on Market Street; guitarist Mark Lyon will provide music; $75 per person; space is limited to 28 people; RSVP to Lucille at 315-782-1818 ext.

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  12. Town of Potsdam sees jump in hunting license fees since Walmart's system went downRead the original story

    Sep 13, 2018 | North Country Now

    The Potsdam Walmart in-store hunting license system remains out of service, and that has resulted in a jump in license business for the Town Clerk's office as hunters gear up for the season. Potsdam Walmart manager Jeff Bonno said they were informed by the state Department of Environmental Conservation Sept.

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  13. SUNY Potsdam welcoming Class of 2022 August 25-26Read the original story

    Aug 21, 2018 | North Country Now

    SUNY Potsdam is preparing to welcome its 202nd class of new students this fall, as the Class of 2022 settles in on campus. The college will greet first-time and returning students during Welcome Weekend 2018, from Aug. 24 to 26. This year's freshman class is set to be the biggest in six years, with 885 first-year students set to arrive at SUNY Potsdam, a press release from the college said.

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  14. DPAO performances in Watertown start Saturday with LOCASHRead the original story

    Aug 9, 2018 | North Country Now

    The 2018 concert series presented by the Disabled Persons Action Organization and Watertown Savings Bank will get underway Saturday, Aug. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Fairgrounds Arena with the country duo LOCASH. LOCASH, formerly known as LoCash Cowboys, is an American country duo consisting of vocalists Chris Lucas and Preston Brust, natives of Baltimore, Maryland and Kokomo, Indiana, respectively.

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  15. What's Going On: Atz Kilcher in Massena, Pied Piper in Gouverneur, LOCASH in WatertownRead the original story

    Aug 7, 2018 | North Country Now

    MASSENA: Singer, songwriter and storyteller Atz Kilcher, 7 p.m., St. Lawrence Centre Arena, Route 37; star of Discovery Channel's show "Alaska: The Last Frontier" and father of pop and country singer Jewel; sponsored by North Country Showcase and St. Lawrence Centre; $35 advance, $45 at the door, VIP $65, tickets at North Country Showcase, St. Lawrence Centre; by calling 315-705-2170 or online at www.NorthCountryShowcase.com; portion of the proceeds will go to the local Wounded Warrior Outdoor Adventures program. GOUVERNEUR: Gouverneur Recreation Department presents Missoula Children's Theater, "The Pied Piper," Gouverneur High School Auditorium; two performances 2 and 6:30 p.m.; tickets on sale at the door $5 each.

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  16. Canton Police Department blotter, July 11-18Read the original story

    Jul 19, 2018 | North Country Now

    On 7/11/18 at 3:11pm Feguens Florestal age 28 of Seaford DE was issued a UTT for unsafe backing of vehicle. The ticket was issued as a result of a property damage accident on Main St. The ticket is returnable in Canton Town Court on 7/25/18.

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  17. Chippewa Bay Community Club hosting music and events through AugustRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2018 | North Country Now

    Summer 2018 events get underway at the Chippewa Bay Community Club, 1172 County Route 6, on Monday, June 18 and includes the club's Backyard Evening Concert Series and its Thursday Morning Walk-in Yoga. New this year will be the addition of a Thursday Evening Lecture Series, MahJong Monday, a Wild Edible Food Trek, Boating Class, Family Art Class, and a "Coffee and Canvas" Fundraiser for the Community Club.

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  18. The Grieco Sisters to perform at Norwood Village Green SundayRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2018 | North Country Now

    The Grieco Sisters will perform at the Norwood Village Green on Father's Day on Sunday, June 17 at 4 p.m. The sisters have presented concerts in 2017 at the Sackets Harbor Battlefield's summer series, the Adams Community Concerts series and Watertown Musicales. The Grieco Sisters are the children of the Harold William "Nick" Grieco and his wife of 62 years, Betty J. Grieco, who lived in Adams Center.

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  19. Morristown, Indian River, Evans Mills students win Historical Writing ContestRead the original story

    May 29, 2018 | North Country Now

    The contest, sponsored by Assemblywoman Addie Jenne and NorthCountryNow.com, offers aspiring authors an opportunity to share stories based on the region's long and rich history. The writing contest was open to people of all ages with three age brackets: children up to age 12, young adults from age 13 to 18, and adults 19 or older.

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  20. Potsdam Rotary Club to honor past presidents at 90th anniversary dinner June 13Read the original story

    May 25, 2018 | North Country Now

    The Rotary Club of Potsdam will honor past presidents Charles "Chuck" Foster of Hannawa Falls and Duane Pelkey of Madrid as Paul Harris Fellows at its 90th Anniversary & Changeover Dinner. Dinner proceeds will benefit Local Living Venture, which works to inspire and enable people to adopt more healthy, local and sustainable ways of living.

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