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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 Martha Foley
Sep 02, 2002 — Business leader, environmentalist, and author Paul Hawken is a leading proponent of natural capitalism: corporate reform with respect to ecological practices. Hawken spoke last spring at Clarkson University, as part of the college's series on sustainability. He opened his remarks with his explanation of the world economy now, calling it "upside down and backwards." The entire speech can be heard at: Go to full article
Jul 15, 2002 — A piece of history from September 11th is on display at Clarkson University in Potsdam. Sections of two steel beams from the 55th floor of the World Trade Center will become a part of a permanent memorial at Clarkson. David Sommerstein spoke with the Clarkson alum who sent the steel from Ground Zero. Go to full article
by Jody Tosti
Jul 10, 2002 — A Potsdam woman jailed last week for not testifying against her ex-husband in a domestic violence case remains in jail, but bail was reduced Monday from $5,000 to $1,000 dollars. Martha Foley reports. Go to full article
by Todd Moe
Jul 01, 2002 — Tonight's Summer Pops Concert by the Orchestra of Northern New York in Potsdam (7 pm) features Broadway favorites and a tribute to the Fourth of July. Todd Moe chats with soprano Mary Grace Gordon, guest soloist tonight. Her musical experience includes leading roles on the musical stage from "Sound of Music" to "The King and I", and performances at the White House. Go to full article
May 27, 2002 — Hiking trails in the North Country are generally considered good ways to get away from human society, gateways to the unspoiled natural world we're lucky to live so close to. But a new trail along the Raquette River south of Potsdam takes hikers on a different sort of trip. The Red Sandstone Trail highlights both the natural beauty of the area and the ways people have shaped the river and its valley over time. David Sommerstein explored the trail with John Ohmohundro early this spring.
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