Date Posted Title
April 22, 2012 Roos softball vs Presque Isle rained out
April 22, 2012 Skidmore completes sweep of Saints, takes over league lead
April 22, 2012 Clarkson's doubleheader versus RIT postponed to Sunday
April 22, 2012 Buffalo State tops Lady Bears at lacrosse
April 22, 2012 Blue Knights handle Bears lacrosse team
April 22, 2012 Saints women's lax team tumble at William Smith, 13-8
April 22, 2012 Fowler, No. 20 Saints laxmen rally past RPI in fourth quarter
April 22, 2012 Clarkson hockey holds Booster Club awards banquet
April 22, 2012 Clarkson women's lax team falls at conference powerhouse Union
April 22, 2012 Knights laxmen fall just short in bid to upset #2-ranked Cortland
April 21, 2012 SUNY Canton Honors Convocation named for long-time professor, teacher from Ogdensburg
April 21, 2012 Norwood’s Seaway Tech announces students with perfect attendance in third quarter
April 21, 2012 University Chorus to give “The Singing Society” concert Sunday afternoon at SLU
April 21, 2012 St. Lawrence Valley Paddlers to season opener event in Canton April 22
April 21, 2012 Zonta Zumbathon benefit open to all in Ogdensburg Sunday
April 21, 2012 Earth Day in Morley celebrated April 22 with free recycle, upcycle and re-use program
April 21, 2012 Clarkson's Karpowich signs NHL pro contract with St. Louis
April 21, 2012 Lack of snow allowing St. Lawrence County farmers to prepare fields early, but concern corn might not germinate
April 21, 2012 Ogdensburg’s Remington Art Museum receives $7,500 capital campaign donation from NBT Bank
April 21, 2012 Potsdam Community Chorus to present Requiem, Op. 9 April 22
April 21, 2012 Featured on NPR, Nathan T. Hoskins, sufferer of cruelty and abuse to present “Peace, Love and Pride” in Canton April 22
April 21, 2012 End of sugaring breakfast in Russell Sunday morning
April 21, 2012 The Racquette Valley Fish and Game Club plans breakfast in S. Colton Sunday morning
April 21, 2012 Bears swept by No. 10 Cortland in softball twin bill
April 21, 2012 Franz Stars at the plate, but Saints drop two at Skidmore