Lady Lou dancing for her cheese that Jack is giving her. Her owners are Arlene Crump and Jack Wilson of Parishville.
A joint team of Clarkson University and Uruguayan students placed third in a recent competition sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The team developed a plan for a safe and relatively cost-effective way to launch a manned mission to Mars, including establishing settlements both on Mars and in space. To read more, click here.
A Mass of Christian Burial for Verna K. Clement, 84 of Haines City, Fl and formerly of Belmont St., Massena, will be Monday, July 25, 2011, 11:00 a.m. at St. Mary's Church with Rev. J. Michael Gaffney presiding. Friends and family may call prior to services at the Phillips Memorial Home starting at 10:00 a.m. Interment will be in the family plot, Calvary Cemetery, Massena.
Verna died Tuesday afternoon, July 19, 2011 in Winter Haven Hospital, Winter Haven, Fl.
Upstaters set electric use record amid sweltering heat Thursday
National Grid electricity customers in upstate New York set a record for demand as usage soared to more than 7,000 megawatts Thursday afternoon, with the rest of the day still to go.
That eclipsed the previous peak of 6,915 megawatts set on July 8, 2010.
Parishville woman arrested for failing to provide shade and shelter for horses for one month
PARISHVILLE – A Parishville woman who allegedly didn’t provide shelter for her horses has been charge with animal cruelty.
St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Rose L. Malone Wednesday following an investigation into a report that there was no shelter for her horses.
Deputies went to the residence and say they found that Malone had two horses fenced in her back yard and there was no shade for the animals.
Deputies said their investigation leads them to believe that the horses had not had shelter for about one month.
Ogdensburg's 51st annual Seaway Festival opens Saturday, runs through July 31 with music, fireworks, parade, much more
OGDENSBURG – The 51st annual Seaway Festival, billed as the biggest family reunion in St. Lawrence County, returns July 23 through 31, featuring lots of music, fireworks, a parade, and a new Family Feud game and new Sandbar Classic Fishing Derby.
Nik and the Nice Guys will be the highlight show Friday night, just before the fireworks.
Ontario Amusement midway rides will operate from noon – 11 p.m. Wednesday, July 27 through Saturday, July 30 in the Greenbelt area.
Morristown concert Monday features Paul Knowles and Kathy Summer
MORRISTOWN – The Morristown Gateway Museum summer concert series will continue July 25 when Paul Knowles and Kathy Summer perform at Chapman Park.
Other performances will include the Nichols Family Gospel Concert, Aug. 1; Sweet Adelines, Aug. 8; Jack Kelly's Little Big Band, Aug. 15; and Mark Mason, Aug. 22.
All concerts are held at Chapman Park from 7 to 9 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Bring a lawn chair. In the event of rain, they will be held at the museum.
Music at Potsdam Summer Festival helped by Rose & Kiernan donation
From left, Rose & Kiernan Client Manager Vikki Lavean, Potsdam Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Marylee Ballou, and Rose & Kiernan Assistant Vice President Kay Frederick.
POTSDAM -- Representatives of the Potsdam office of Rose an Kiernan Insurance donated $500 for this year's Potsdam Summer Festival.
Rose & Kiernan has been a sponsor of Summer Festival for 10 years.
Free household hazardous waste, electronic equipment collection at Massena Transfer Station Aug. 6
MASSENA -- There will be a free household hazardous waste, electronic equipment, and pharmaceutical and controlled substance collection at the Massena Transfer Station from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6.
Massena Transfer Station is on Dump Road off of South Main Street or State Rt. 420.
The following types of hazardous waste will be accepted:
Household batteries (excluding alkaline batteries)
Fluorescent light tubes & ballasts and compact fluorescent lights
Misc vehicle fluids