"Socialist," mandated insurance already here?
If you are very much against, what is often being referred to as 'Socialist' insurance programs, you had best find a way to cancel both your Medicare and Social Security benefits. If you are against mandated insurance, you had better find a way to cancel your auto insurance too.
Amanda May Wiley and Matthew Daniel LaPlante are engaged to be married.
Amanda is the daughter of Victor and Kathy Wiley, Hopkinton. She is a 2006 graduate of Parishville-Hopkinton Central School. She graduated from SUNY Potsdam in 2011 with a Biology B.S., and University of Vermont in 2013 with a medical laboratory science certificate. She is presently employed at Canton-Potsdam Hospital as an Operating Room Ward Clerk.
Rep. Bill Owens (D-Plattsburgh) toured several places in St. Lawrence County Monday, in Gouverneur, Potsdam and Hopkinton. NuMed founder Allen Tower (right) gave Rep. Owens a tour of his Hopkinton manufacturing facility and discussed the needs of manufacturers in the medical device sector.
Canton sub shop closes after seven months in operation; construction, parking cited as problems
CANTON -- Billy's Deli, 109 Main St., has closed after seven months in operation.
Business had been going well but owner Con Mahoney. who also owns Billy's Deli in Potsdam and Mahoney's Auto Mall across from Walmart on Rt. 11 in Potsdam, says he failed to anticipate the effect that the work on Main Street this summer would have on business, along with the lack of parking in front of the shop while the road is torn up.
The Canton shop opened in December 2011. The Potsdam shop, on Main Street, opened in April 2011, and remains open.
Tour de Potsdam raises $2,000, draws 153 people for families needing medical assistance
Racers get ready at the start of the Tour De Potsdam.
POTSDAM – A total of 153 racers participated in the 12th Annual Tour de Potsdam 5K Wellness Walk/Run, organized by the Health Initiative of St. Lawrence County.
The event raised over $2,000 to help St. Lawrence County residents who have no medical insurance.
Massena Friends of the Nature Center offer weekly guided hikes
MASSENA -- The Friends of the Nature Center in Massena have special programs planned for families and children during the summer months. During August, weekly guided hikes will be offered on Monday afternoons, Tuesdays and Thursdays will be regular “Nature Day Camps” and Friday evenings will offer weekly “Campfire Cooking Programs.” Pre-registration is required for all programs.
Participants may call 705-5022 to register or email [email protected]
SonRise National Park opens Aug. 6 in Massena
Children from last year’s Ecumenical Vacation Bible School raised $200 for the Neighborhood Center. Presenting the check to Elaine Eggleston, Neighborhood Center, is Sonny Bear from SonRise National Park.
MASSENA -- Massena’s Annual Ecumenical Vacation Bible School "SonRise National Park" will be held at Emmanuel Congregational United Church of Christ located at 39 W. Orvis St. Aug. 6 with registration at 8:30 a.m.
James Hendershot Jr. submitted this photo of his late father, James Hendershot, and his dog Muttley taken by Mary Hendershot in Parishville in 1982. "They are gone now, but I still have these fond memories," he said.
Fort Covington woman charged with stabbing boyfriend
FT. COVINGTON -- A Fort Covington woman is charged with stabbing her boyfriend during an argument.
Joan F. Terrel, 64, is charged with first-degree assault and is being held on $10,00 cash bail or $20,000 bail bond.
Shortly after midnight Tuesday morning, state police were dispatched to 2556 Chateaugay St. to assist the Fort Covington EMS with a man who reportedly had fallen out of bed.
Wayne J. Henault, 64, was found with a small puncture wound to his back and was taken to Alice Hyde Medical Center in Malone for treatment.
Navy destroyer transiting locks at Massena tomorrow morning
Based on the West Coast, the USS Edson passed under the Golden Gate Bridge in 1974.
MASSENA -- A retired U.S. Navy destroyer will pass through the Seaway locks at Massena Thursday morning on its way to its new Michigan home where it will serve as a museum.