Mr. Cory Michael Almond, 35, of 94 Jock Road, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday afternoon, October 18, 2010.
Cory was born July 16, 1975 in Malone the son of William and Gloria Robinson Almond. He attended Salmon River Central School.
He was a self-employed mechanic, repairing small engines. He also worked as a mechanic for various local businesses. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, and motorcycles. He also enjoyed spending time with his family. He was also a jack-of-all trades and had a great sense of humor.
Mr. John C. Cartin, of 446 Leslie Road, passed away suddenly on Monday afternoon, October 18, 2010 at Valhaven Assisted Living in Massena. With grace and dignity, John had suffered with Alzheimer’s for the past 25 years.
Liliah V. Welch, 88 of Maplewood Campus, Canton, formerly of Brasher Falls, passed away Sunday afternoon at the Maplewood Campus, Canton.
Liliah was born August 20, 1922, in Potsdam, the daughter of the late Harold W. and Liliah H. Smith. She was educated locally, attending Brasher and Stockholm Schools. She married Lyle E. Welch on August 28, 1943 at the Potsdam Methodist Church. She was a dedicated homemaker and was a member of the Tri-Town Senior Citizens, and the Brasher Falls United Methodist Church.
Turkey and biscuit dinner slated at Parishville Town Hall Thursday
PARISHVILLE – There will be a turkey and biscuit dinner on Thursday, Oct. 21 at the Parishville Town Hall beginning at 5 p.m.
Cost is $7 for adults, $4 for children ages 5-12, and free for children under 5 and adults over 90.
Takeouts are available.
Proceeds will benefit the Parishville-Hopkinton Central School After-Prom Party.
Massena chamber hosts business after-hours Thursday
MASSENA – A business after-hours event sponsored by the Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce will be held Thursday, Oct. 21 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the American Legion Post 79, 40 E. Orvis St.
'Conversations with Candidates' continues with Turbett, Forsythe, McGrath
The “Conversations with Candidates” series from North Country Matters on cable channel 30 continues this week, as they air more talks this week, and record talks with District 10 county legislator incumbent Pat Turbett, 118th Assembly District candidate David Forsythe, and 122nd Assembly District candidate Brian McGrath.
Over $11,500 in support of awareness/educational programs and support initiatives for women battling breast and gynecological cancers was raised at the 2nd Annual Droppin’ the Gloves on Cancer women’s hockey tournament held over Columbus Day weekend at Cheel Arena, Clarkson. Seven teams battled it out with the St. Lawrence Cougars (above) winning the recreation division. To see open division champions Pink Panthers click here.
Droppin' the Gloves on Cancer women's hockey tourney raises $11,500
POTSDAM -- The second annual Droppin’ the Gloves on Cancer women’s hockey tournament, held over Columbus Day weekend at Cheel Arena, raised nearly $11,500 through sponsorships, team fees, raffles, survivor rides, and “Pink Seats” for information programs and support initiatives for women in our area that are battling or have battled breast, cervical, uterine, and ovarian cancer.
Over $11,500 in support of awareness/educational programs and support initiatives for women battling breast and gynecological cancers was raised at the 2nd Annual Droppin’ the Gloves on Cancer women’s hockey tournament held over Columbus Day weekend at Cheel Arena, Clarkson. Seven teams battled it out with the Pink Panthers (above) winning the open division. To see the full story, click here.
Potsdam Village Dissolution Study Committee to meet Nov. 10
POTSDAM -- The next meeting of the Potsdam Village Dissolution Study Committee will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10 in the village Planning Office in the basement of the Civic Center, Park Street.
Attendees are asked to enter through the doorway between the fire station and library.