What’s Going On: Scavenger hunt, ‘Earthkeepers’ meet in Massena; painting class in Waddington
WORKSHOPS, CLASSES ON SATURDAY
One Hour One Work
Madrid Dam Music series cancels Jan. 20 performance by The Shoes
MADRID – The Madrid Dam Music series has canceled the Sunday, Jan. 20 performance of The Shoes at the Madrid Community Building. Organizers cite weather concerns as reason for the cancelation.
Clarkson U. chemistry professor publishes chemistry paper in ACS journal
POTSDAM -- A scholarly paper by Clarkson University’s Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science Dr. Mario Wriedt was recently published in Chemistry of Materials, a journal of the American Chemistry Society.
Wriedt’s article, “Rational Design of Pore Size and Functionality in a Series of Isoreticular Zwitterionic Metal-Organic Frameworks,” details the design, synthesis, and characterization of novel and advanced crystalline porous materials that he and his team focus on at Clarkson.
Reading the recent survey comments about the legalization of marijuana really proves people's ignorance. They can’t comprehend a few facts and are too blindsided by "the war on drugs" agenda. First, when legal, there is a legal age to buy it, so leave the kids out of it. If a kid gets his hands on it they most likely already have been through a dealer. Second, you are wasting tax money trying to control it; marijuana is everywhere already.
Opinion: Child poverty shows people care less about life after birth, says Potsdam resident
In response to “Great Abortion Battle is Upon Us” which ran in the Jan. 9-15 issue of North Country This Week: If anti-choicers worry so much about "life," where is their fight for universal pre-natal care, -- essential to increasing babies' survival rates? Where is the single-payer system guaranteeing healthcare for the babies already born?
Raymondville man charged with petit larceny
NORFOLK — A Raymondville man was charged with petit larceny Tuesday afternoon, according to state police.
Sonny J. Dumas, 30, was cited for the above charge at 2:21 p.m., police said.
He was issued a ticket and released.
Ogdensburg urges Everything 4 Entertainment to get site plan for proposed music fest
By JIMMY LAWTON
North Country Now
OGDENSBURG -- Ogdensburg City Council is urging Everything 4 Entertainment to get a site plan for the proposed Ogdensburg Riverfest to planners as soon as possible.
Sarah Purdy said Monday there was good communication and movement between the city and the planners who are proposing a multi-day concert in Ogdensburg featuring at least one nationally known act.
Gas prices continue to fall in St. Lawrence County; average price per gallon is $2.57
Gasoline prices in St. Lawrence County have fallen 6 cents per gallon in the past week, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 6,118 stations in New York.
This compares with the national average that has increased half a cent per gallon versus last week to $2.24/g, according to GasBuddy.
Prices in Potsdam and Massena range from $2.55 to $2.57. Prices in Canton prices are $2.57 to $2.59 and $2.57 at most gas stations in Ogdensburg.
St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union to help sponsor Canton Winterfest
CANTON — St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union is a Canton Winterfest 2019 sponsor.
The 27th annual Winterfest is taking place Feb. 7–16.
The 10-day event is filled with a variety events, some old and some new.
What's Going On: Moonlight ski, snowshoe lessons offered in Massena
SPORTS, RECREATION ON SATURDAY
Moonlight ski, snowshoe
MASSENA: Ski and snowshoe lessons, weather permitting, 6-8 p.m., Nicandri Nature Center, 19 Robinson Bay Rd, 315-705-5022; [email protected].