Sun., Nov. 29, 2020  •  St. Lawrence County, NY


St. Lawrence County ranks second in the state for animal collisions, with a total of 1,513 recorded in 2019, according to AAA. In the past year, have you struck a deer, fox, moose, dog, cat or other animal while driving in St. Lawrence County?

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The governor’s office says indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences will be limited to no more than 10 people. The limit will be implemented due to the recent increase in COVID cases across the state. As of Monday, there were 120 active cases of COVID in St. Lawrence County. The most since the pandemic began. Families have traditionally gathered to celebrate Thanksgiving next week. This year health officials are warning against large gatherings to help stop the spread of the virus.

Will the pandemic impact your Thanksgiving plans?

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COVID-19 puts SLU-Clarkson hockey schedule on hold

A Lisbon angler gets an unexpected lucky catch

  • FOUND: Set of keys, St. Lawrence Psychiatric Ctr, Ogdensburg
  • LOST: Female gray tiger cat, Potsdam.
  • LOST: Samsung cell phone, Potsdam
  • LOST: Black Wallet. Potsdam

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