Tweeter and the Monkey man to reunite for March 17 performance in Massena
MASSENA – Tweeter and the Monkey Man band will reunite and perform a one-night only show on Saturday, March 17 at the Delmar tavern.
This event is to benefit the MDA “Shamrocks Against Dystrophy” program which helps people with neuromuscular diseases.
The Tweeter band, which played every weekend several years ago, now only reunites a few times a year.
Doors open at 8 a.m. There will be St. Patrick’s Day favors, prizes, and giveaways all day.
JR Murray will perform from 4-8 p.m. to celebrate his 7th anniversary at the Delmar.
The Society of American Military Engineers and Canton’s Edward C. Seymour VFW Post 1231’s Wounded Warrior Project sled hockey clinic and game were held Saturday at Roos House, SUNY Canton. Above, are a few soldiers getting in on the action. To read more, click here.
Canton-Potsdam Hospital names Averill employee of the month
Husky Osamo feels right at home relaxing in the snow. He is owned by Roland and Rita Wood of Edwards.
Potsdam man charged with 5th DWI jailed without bail
STOCKHOLM – A Potsdam man with four previous driving while intoxicated felony convictions has been charged with felony aggravated DWI.
State police responding to a report of a property damage accident at State Rt. 11C and US 11 report that Glen R. Hewey, 52, had been southbound on 11C and failed to stop at the intersection with 11 and hit a tree, according to police.
Troopers said they measured Hewey’s blood alcohol level at .20 percent, more than enough for an aggravated DWI charge. He was also charged with failure to stop at a stop sign.
$10,000 state grants available for projects that increase low-income access to locally grown fresh foods
As much as $10,000 is available for eligible projects that increase access to locally grown fresh foods by low-income and underserved communities across New York State.
New York State Agriculture Commissioner Darrel Aubertine says there is a total of $300,000 to support Governor Cuomo’s initiative, the Fresh Connect Program.
The goal of the Fresh Connect Program is to enhance the nutrition and economic health in New York State by supporting projects that connect underserved communities with New York farm products.
Registration for St. Lawrence Valley Dog Club obedience classes to take place March 13 in Canton
CANTON -- The St. Lawrence Valley Dog Club signs up owners for puppy and beginner obedience classes at Canton's Banford Elementary School cafeteria on March 13 at 7 p.m.
Classes will be held in the Banford gymnasium for the following six Tuesday evenings, March 20 to April 24.
Do not bring dogs to the signups, but do bring proof of rabies vaccination.
Cost for the six classes is $75.
For more information visit www.slvdc.com or call Judi Questel at 393-5379.
'Ultimate' beef stew supper to be served in DeKalb Junction March 13
DEKALB JUNCTION—Dekalb Junction United Methodist Church is hosting the ‘ultimate’ beef stew supper March 13, 5 to 6:30 p.m.
A free will offering will be accepted.
The public is invited.
James E. Brice Sr., 93, Old DeKalb, died, Sunday, March 11, at his home surrounded by his family and his caregiver Martha Typhair. Calling hours will be Wed., March 14 , 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the DeKalb Junction United Methodist Church. The funeral service will follow at 12 p.m. Reverend William Hart and Chaplin Rob Schrimer will be officiating. He will be buried in the Old DeKalb Cemetery.