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A jazz set by the Canton Jazz Combo

The seven-member Canton Jazz Combo visited the NCPR studio January 16, 2003. They talked with Martha Foley and recorded some fine jazz. They are raising money to finance a trip to a New York City jazz band competition later this year.

Playlist:
Tuxedo Junction, E. Hawkins
Harlem Nocturne, E. Hagen
Blue Bossa, K. Dorham

The Combo: alto sax, Laura Bomyea; tenor sax, Ashley Ross; trumpet, Jack Hammond; Trombone, Shane MacKellar, keyboards, Don Santamoor; bass, Jeff Utter; drums, Alan Darrah; director (not shown), Tim Savage, Canton Central Music Dept.  Go to full article

Uncovering Hidden History

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton is sponsoring a local history essay contest with a goal of unearthing hidden history in the North Country. Todd Moe talks with Bart Harloe, one of the coordinators of the writing contest that looks into history "from the bottom up".  Go to full article

What People Want to Hear from Pataki

Governor Pataki sets out his agenda for the year today with the State of the State address. David Sommerstein spoke with people in Gouverneur and Canton about what they want the Governor to cover.  Go to full article
Rohan Roy takes his message to the streets in Plattsburgh.
Rohan Roy takes his message to the streets in Plattsburgh.

In A Time Of War, Voices For Peace

The U.S. Military continues to prepare for war in Iraq, sending thousands of troops to bases in the Persian Gulf. The Bush Administration says war isn't certain, but many observers say the fighting could begin as early as next month.
Peace activists in the north country say they, too, are getting ready. A growing number of groups across the region have staged protests and vigils, hoping to win more support. As Brian Mann reports, peace activists in this rural area face harsh weather, isolation--and some questions that don't have easy answers.  Go to full article

Canton to Reconsider Fluoridation

A public hearing on the pros and cons of fluoridation in Canton last week has prompted the village Board to take a closer look at the practice. Some 60% of communities across the country add fluoride to their water to help prevent tooth decay. But fluoride critics say the compound has adverse health affects. As David Sommerstein reports, Canton village residents may get a chance to vote on the issue.  Go to full article

Canton to Hear Fluoridation Pros & Cons

For more than a year, the village of Canton has not been adding fluoride to its water while it installs a new water system. Fluoride is generally considered an important factor in healthy teeth and is commonly added to municipal water systems. But a group of local citizens is taking the opportunity to make a case for quitting fluoridation altogether. As David Sommerstein reports, the village board will hold a public hearing on the subject tonight.  Go to full article

Miltary Vets Speak Out For Peace

Some of the most outspoken critics of war with Iraq have been U.S. military veterans. David Sommerstein talks with former U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel Frank Houde, a member of the Albany chapter of Veterans For Peace.

Houde and fellow veteran John Amidon will speak at the Canton Middle School cafeteria Wednesday at 7pm. Local group Alternatives To War is the talk's sponsor.  Go to full article

Saints Stress Team in Semifinals

Groundskeepers are working overtime to fend off snow and ice as St. Lawrence University hosts the NCAA Division III men's soccer championship today and tomorrow. The Saints host Messiah College of Pennsylvania in the semifinals. St. Lawrence became the only team in division history to go undefeated and untied en route to a national championship in 1999. David Sommerstein reports this year's Saints have a different look.  Go to full article

Canton's Church and Community Services Prepares for Holiday Season Without Ames

Martha Foley talks with Shari Wilcox, Director of the Church and Community Services in Canton, about her struggles this season without Ames and how other local groups are helping make up for the loss.  Go to full article

Preview: The History In A Song

Todd Moe talks with Native American writer and storyteller Joseph Bruchac, who speaks tonight at St. Lawrence University (Griffiths Arts Center, Room 123, 7:30 pm). His talk will examine the controversial 1759 raid by Robert Rogers on the Abenaki natives, at their village on the St. Francis River in Quebec. The event is also the subject of Bruchac's new historical novel, The Winter People.  Go to full article

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