Potsdam regional clinic opens with National Guard help

Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez and Alex Hammond, Waddington Town Supervisor and National Guard Captain, discuss SUNY Potsdam’s regional clinic at its opening, Monday, Jan. 18. See earlier story for more info. NCNow photo

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North Country Congresswoman Stefanik announced that colleges in New York’s 21st Congressional District will receive more than $45,000,000 in funding to support continued education. In St. Lawrence County, the four colleges will share over $18 million. The list of awards for St. Lawrence County colleges: Clarkson University, $3,872,273; SUNY Potsdam, $7,227,985; SUNY Canton, $4,928,910 and St.... Read More >>
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SUNY Potsdam President Kristen Esterberg stands with Waddington Town Supervisor Alex Hammond, who was deployed by the National Guard to assist with operations at the regional clinic. BY JIMMY LAWTONNorth Country This Week POTSDAM – National Guard, health care professionals, and New York State officials from various departments and agencies were on-hand at SUNY Potsdam for the opening of the... Read More >>
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