A beautiful autumn sunset ends the day recently at a cabin on the Diamond Sportsmen Club in South Colton. Photo submitted by Natalie S. Aldrich of Canton.
Ritchie says Aubertine should return ‘tainted campaign contributions’
State Senate candidate Patty Ritchie says Senator Darrel Aubertine should denounce downstate political leaders, and return what she calls “their tainted campaign contributions.”
A state Inspector General’s report said that Senate leaders John Sampson, Malcolm Smith and Eric Adams traded influence for campaign cash – “money that’s being used to pay for Senator Aubertine’s reelection,” Ritchie said.
Home-built composting toilets to be featured on WCKN, cable channel 30 Oct. 25, 26
Home-built composting toilets are featured in the next edition of Peak Moment on WCKN, cable channel 30, at 7 p.m. Oct. 25 and 26.
Host Janaia Donaldson joins Laura Allen for a look at the implement in her Bay Area urban home. The nutrient-rich composted “humanure” is used to enrich the soil, and doesn’t waste water like flush toilets.
Holiday shopping fair in Hogansburg on Sunday
HOGANSBURG – A holiday shopping kick-off fair will be held at the Hogansburg American Legion Sunday, Oct. 24 from 3 to 8 p.m.
Visitors can attend 14 different vendors ranging from Avon, Party Lite, Pampered Chef, Scentsy, Lia Sophia, and Chocolate Chicks, among others.
Tickets for a $100 door prize are $1 each.
For more information visit holiday shopping kick-off fair on Facebook.
Canton church school kids collecting for food pantries door-to-door tomorrow evening
CANTON – The church school children and youth group of the First Presbyterian Church of Canton will be trick-or-treating a week early this fall, knocking on doors in Canton neighborhoods saying "Trick or Treat so others can eat."
The children will be out and about this coming Sunday, Oct. 24 between 5 and 7 p.m.
They are hoping to collect boxes and cans of non-perishable food items such as noodles, rice, tuna fish, cereals, soups, etc. to replenish local food pantries.
They will be assisted by SLU sorority and fraternity students.
Clarkson's freshman class makes impression in 5-1 win over Bentley in men's hockey
First collegiate goals by a trio of freshmen highlighted the Clarkson University Hockey team’s 5-1 victory over Bentley University in non-conference action before 2,550 fans at Cheel Arena on Friday night. Rookies Ben Sexton (Kanata, ONT), David Pratt (Napanee, ONT) and Matt Zarbo (Grand Island, NY) tallied the Golden Knights’ first three goals and junior Paul Karpowich (Thunder Bay, ONT) was solid in the Clarkson net with 24 saves.
Waldie records 100th point in women's hockey 2-1 loss to New Hampshire
Durham, NH - Senior assistant captain Melissa Waldie (Newmarket, ONT) became just the third player in Clarkson Women's Hockey history to record 100 career points, but unfortunately the tally came in a losing effort as the Golden Knights fell 2-1 to New Hampshire Friday night.
The Golden Knights fell to 1-5-1 overall, ending a two-game unbeaten streak. The Wildcats moved to 4-2 on the season. Clarkson faces Boston University at 3:00 pm on Saturday.
Knights easily sweep opening night at Hamilton Invitational in volleyball
Clinton, NY - All twelve members of the Clarkson University Volleyball team's roster made key contributions as the Golden Knights recorded their fourth consecutive 20-win season with sweeps of SUNY Cobleskill and Anna Maria Friday night at the Hamilton Invitational.
The Golden Knights improved to 20-6 overall on the season, breaking out of a two-match losing streak. The team will play host Hamilton College and Keuka College on Saturday in an attempt to win another tournament this season.
IWLCA honors Saints women's lacrosse team as 2010 Academic Squad
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association honored 61 Division III teams, including St. Lawrence University, for their academic efforts throughout the 2010 season.
To earn Academic Honors from the IWLCA, a women's lacrosse team must boast a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Saints gridmen prepared for RPI, featured on D3Football.com
Fresh off a 23-14 victory against Union College, The St. Lawrence University football team will put its undefeated conference record on the line tomorrow against Rensselaer in a crucial Liberty League contest at Leckonby Stadium.