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North Country Identity

St. Lawrence County Posts Community Profiles

The St. Lawrence County Planning Office has posted details gathered during the 2000 Census on the Internet. The community profiles provide in depth pictures of who lives where, and how. Martha Foley spoke with Planner John Tenbusch.  Go to full article

Isolation in the North Country?

Some people say isolation is the North Country's greatest curse. Others say it's our greatest blessing. Neal Burdick, Associate Director of Communications at St. Lawrence University considered the question for our series "Looking for the North Country" two years ago.  Go to full article

What's a Jefferson County Resident?

Jefferson County residents like where they live, would like it better if there were more jobs, volunteer 10 hours a week, and go to Canada less than they used to. That's part of the profile painted by an attitudinal study released yesterday. David Sommerstein has more.  Go to full article

Mohawk Nation Radio Keeps the Language Alive

David Sommerstein profiles CKON-FM, Mohawk Nation Radio at Akwesasne. Last year, CKON began broadcasting Mohawk language classes over the air.  Go to full article

Living North Country: A Talk with the Editors

Martha Foley talks with editors Neal Burdick and Natalia Singer about their new book, Living North Country: Essays on Life and Landscape in Northern New York.  Go to full article

Excerpts from Living North Country: Essays of Life and Landscapes in Northern New York

Writers Elizabeth Inness-Brown and Heather Allison-Jenkins read excerpts from the new book Living North Country: Essays of Life and Landscapes in Northern New York.  Go to full article

Looking for the North Country: Is there a distinct North Country culture? Call-in #5

We conclude our series of five radio call-in conversations about the place, the people, the history and the local culture we call North Country. Tonight we explore the...  Go to full article

Looking for the North Country: Are we what we make? Call-in #4

We continue our series of five radio call-in conversations about the place, the people, the history and the local culture we call North Country. Tonight we explore the...  Go to full article

Looking for the North Country: Bleak, Genuine, Bittersweet

In 1984, writer Mason Smith wrote a much-discussed and disputed essay called "North Country," for Adirondack Life magazine. He wrote, in part: "(In my definition of...  Go to full article

Looking for the North Country: How do we create a sense of place? Call-in #3

We continue our series of five radio call-in conversations about the place, the people, the history and the local culture we call North Country. Tonight we explore the...  Go to full article

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