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Later this year, Herkimer native and 1994 Clarkson University graduate Michael Sarafin will be a big part of America’s return to space exploration. In (probably) November or early December (more from the Watertown Daily Times), the...
Dog lovers only have a little over a week left to ‘bark for a park’ in Potsdam, and Potsdam needs votes! The Potsdam Community Dog Park has been in the works for about a year now. The 2014 “Bark for Your Park” contest,...
The future of farm and food policy in New York State will take shape in Potsdam later this month. The state Department of Agriculture and Markets is hosting a listening session entitled, "Farm, Food and Policy: Getting it Right in New York State."...
FYI, via a press release from the school district: Canton Central School District will hold a “Town Hall” meeting to update the community on the school merger process on Wednesday, January 22nd, at 7:00 p.m. in the Canton High School...
So often I’m blogging about stories and trends in our region that are disturbing, or sad, or outright criminal. But of course that’s not always the way, particularly around the holidays when people tend to really get their nice on. Over...
News stories tagged with "potsdam"
by NCPR News
Feb 05, 2003 — President Bush's proposed federal budget could endanger air service in the North Country. The administration's plan is to eliminate federal funding for Essential Air Service, the program that subsidizes flights to Massena, Ogdensburg and Watertown. The changes would mean a drastic cut in funds to local air service. Go to full article
Jan 24, 2003 — Plans for a North Country based retail chain to replace the Ames stores are slowly emerging. Investors in the "Wise Buys" project say they're pushing aggressively to open stores in May. But as David Sommerstein reports, they have to overcome the risky retail business climate. Go to full article
by Jody Tosti
Dec 03, 2002 — Several local retailers in St. Lawrence county are planning a bridal show next month at SUNY-Potsdam. The idea is to keep some of the money from the multi-billion dollar bridal industry in the North Country. Jody Tosti reports. Go to full article
Nov 29, 2002 — Take a bucket, some string, a stick and what have you got? A homemade musical instrument! Todd Moe visits a washtub bass building workshop. Go to full article
Nov 12, 2002 — David Sommerstein talks with Janet Poppendieck, author of Sweet Charity: Emergency Food and the End of Entitlement. She says the growth of soup kitchens and food pantries in the past two decades distracts activists and policy-makers from the root causes of hunger in the U.S. Go to full article
Nov 08, 2002 — One of the legends of 20th century music visits the Crane School of Music this weekend. Renowned pianist Leon Fleisher will give a recital Saturday night at 7:30 in Hosmer Concert Hall. Todd Moe talks with Paul Wyse, a member of Crane's piano faculty, who studied under Fleisher. Go to full article
Nov 01, 2002 — Flyfishing is one of those pastimes that outsiders view with a kind of awe - art, dance and science combine to lay a line and a tiny twist of feathers and hair along the water just right to tease a fish. New York's flyfishing season ended a couple of weeks ago, but not before Todd Moe pulled on some waders and tried his hand. Go to full article
Oct 24, 2002 — People around the country are readying for a march to protest military action against Iraq this weekend in Washington, DC. Groups are also planning rallies from New Orleans to Anchorage, and on college campuses including some in the North Country. An anti-war group in the Canton-Potsdam area has a waiting list for seats on its bus to the DC march. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Oct 18, 2002 — Stephanie Blythe is one of the hottest young American singers, with several top awards and regular appearances at the Metropolitan Opera under her belt. She's an alumna of SUNY Potsdam and returns for a concert Saturday night at 7:30 in the Hosmer Concert Hall. Music critics agree Blythe was born an opera singer, with a huge, rich voice that is ideal for opera houses. Todd Moe talks with the mezzo-soprano who is stealing the show on the opera stage. Go to full article