Judith A. Mourick, 64, expired Thursday afternoon, September 30, 2010 at Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center, Ogdensburg where she was a patient.
There will be no calling hours or funeral at this time. Arrangements are with Frederick Bros. Funeral Home, Inc., Theresa.
Condolences may be made online www.frederickbrosfuneralhome.com
Phyllis Gertrude Pierce, 91, passed away peacefully at home in Canton, on September 30, 2010 while under the care of her family and Hospice of the St. Lawrence Valley.
Born March 3, 1919 in Auckland, New Zealand, the daughter of the late Alan and Ruth Broderick. As a fiancé, Phyllis came to America after WWII to marry Edwin N. Pierce in Boston, MA, July 14, 1946.
She will be remembered best for opening her heart and home to others including two AFS students, two fresh air children, eight unwed mothers and providing a safe haven from domestic violence.
Claire Polniak, 20 months old, daughter of Kelsie and Matthew Polniak of South Colton, takes a break after gathering pumpkins at the home of her grandparents, Clay and Anna Streit of Pierrepont.
County IDA outlines staff reorganization plans as a stand-alone economic development agency
CANTON -- The St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency (SLCIDA) has begun establishing itself as a stand-alone economic development services agency, having recently signed a contract with to provide economic development services for the county.
The SLCIDA, according to Chairman Brian W. Staples, is taking the first steps to structure itself “in the most effective manner possible to fulfill this contract as well as the agreement between the Agency’s LDC and the recently formed St. Lawrence River Valley Redevelopment Agency.”
Potsdam Elks offer workshop for those interested in scholarships on Oct. 4
POTSDAM – A workshop for those interested in applying for the 2010-11 Elks Scholarships and desiring help in completing the application will be Monday, October 4 at 7:30 at the Potsdam Elks Lodge, 10 Elm St.
For more information, inquire at local high school guidance offices.
Crary Mills haddock or shrimp dinner tomorrow
CRARY MILLS – A haddock or shrimp dinner will be held at the Crary Mills Tri-Town Community Center Sunday, Oct. 3 from noon to 3 p.m.
Dinner will include macaroni and cheese, coleslaw, rolls, beverage and dessert.
Cost is $8 for adults, kids under 5 eat free. Take-outs available. For info: 386 - 3001.
Simple Solutions offers “heart healthy” meal and lecture series in Massena beginning Oct. 3
MASSENA – Simple Solutions is a “heart healthy” meal and lecture series starting Sunday, Oct. 3, focusing on a plant based diet for reversing and preventing heart disease, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol.
There will be four sessions, the first Oct. 3, and then on Oct. 17, 31 and Nov. 14 from 5:30- 7:30 p.m. at the Massena Better Living Center, 105 N. Main St.
There is no fee for this event; donations will be accepted. Pre-registration is required: 764-1872.
St. Lawrence University senior Wendy Pavlus finished in 22nd place overall on Friday in the gold race at the 2010 Paul Short Invitational in Bethlehem, PA. The Tupper Lake, NY native's finish is the best in St. Lawrence history at the multi-divisional event, which featured some of the premier Division I teams in the country. For details, view story.
Gophers shut down Knights in women's hockey season-opener, 5-0
POTSDAM--Entering Friday night’s contest, the Clarkson University Women’s Hockey team was looking to gain a measure of revenge against the University of Minnesota, the same squad that ended the Golden Knights season in the NCAA Quarterfinals this past March. The Green and Gold’s retribution will have to wait another day, as the Golden Gophers opened the season with a 5-0 victory over Clarkson in front of 908 fans at Cheel Arena.
No. 8 Saints men's cross country finish 22nd at Paul Short Invitational
The St. Lawrence University men's cross country team, ranked eighth in the national polls, posted an impressive 22nd place finish at the multi-divisional 2010 Paul Short Invitational in Bethlehem, PA on Friday. The Saints were the second Division III school overall, finishing only four points ahead of No. 3 Allegheny while defeating nationally-ranked No. 4 Haverford by nearly 40 points.