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Cultural Landmark: Clare & Carl's old-style "Michigan" stand, Plattsburgh.
Cultural Landmark: Clare & Carl's old-style "Michigan" stand, Plattsburgh.

Folklorists Gather in Sackets Harbor

Folklorists from across the state will gather in Sackets Harbor for their fall meeting this weekend. Traditional Arts in Upstate New York, TAUNY, will host the conference which will focus on cultural landmarking and conservation. Executive Director Varick Chittenden says TAUNY will showcase its Very Special Places project at the gathering.  Go to full article
The Sacket Mansion (ca. 1802) now the Visitors' Center.<br />
The Sacket Mansion (ca. 1802) now the Visitors' Center.

Digging into Sackets Harbor's Past

Dinnerware dating from the 1830's and 1840's was found last weekend during an archeological dig behind the Sackets Harbor Visitors' Center. The center is a renovated mansion that was originally built by the village's founder 200 years ago. Jody Tosti talks with Timothy Abel, President of the Thousand Islands chapter of the New York State Archaeological Association, about the project.  Go to full article
The Sacket Mansion (ca. 1802) now the Visitors' Center
The Sacket Mansion (ca. 1802) now the Visitors' Center

A Walking Tour of Sackets Harbor: Battlefield, Bay and Barracks

Saturday is National Trail Day, designed to promote public awareness of trail systems throughout the country. Next week, New York's Seaway Trail kicks off a series of guided tours along the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence shoreline. The Seaway Trail Walks will focus on the region's history, architecture and folklore. Todd Moe tours historic Sackets Harbor, one of five villages hosting Seaway Trail Walks this summer.  Go to full article

Tackling "Sprawl" in Its Early Stages

We tend to associate the North Country landscape with rolling farmland and deep forests more than sprawling strip malls and subdivisions. But Wednesday evening at Jefferson Community College in Watertown, nationally-recognized landscape architect Peter Flinker will answer the question: are we planning for the sprawl of the future? Martha Foley talks with John Deans, former president of Jefferson Community College and the current mayor of Sackets Harbor about how North Country communities are preparing for growth and change.  Go to full article

Diocese of Ogdensburg Settles Priest Abuse Case

The Diocese of Ogdensburg will pay a total of 180 thousand dollars to four women, who accused a Roman Catholic Priest of sexually abusing them as children. The settlement follows a 17 million dollar lawsuit filed against the Diocese last year. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

Preview: A Tribute To Poet Robert Burns

The United Presbyterian Church in Sackets Harbor is hosting a mid-winter celebration in honor of Scottish Poet Robert Burns on Saturday. Martha Foley talks with the Reverend Cynthia Walton about the dinner, which features haggis, turnips, mashed potatoes and shortbread, followed by poems, music and Scottish Country Dancing.  Go to full article

Interfaith Understanding

The Presbyterian Church of Sackets Harbor is hosting two women from Jordan this week. Their visit to the North Country is part of the National Interfaith Listening Project, created in the wake of last year's terror attacks...how people of different faiths can learn to get along. Pastor Cynthia Walton hopes their visit will promote good will, understanding, tolerance and lasting local relationships.  Go to full article

Cleaning the "North Coast"

David Sommerstein talks with Linda Gibbs, Natural Resources Coordinator for the New York State Tug Hill Commission, about last weekend's "North Coast" conference in Rochester. Agencies and citizens are looking for ways to clean the shoreline of Lake Ontario, from Cape Vincent and Sackets Harbor in the East to Niagara-on-the-Lake in the West. Much of the water from the Tug Hill drains into Lake Ontario.  Go to full article

Sackets Harbor Church Hosts Interchurch Families Symposium

Todd Moe talks with Rev. Cynthia Walton: previewing a Sackets Harbor symposium this Sunday night on interchurch families.  Go to full article

Former North Country Priest Accused of Child Sexual Abuse

A Catholic priest that served in small towns across the North Country has been accused of sexually abusing children. A lawsuit filed by two women in Syracuse hopes to win a damage award of seven million dollars. As Brian Mann reports, the same priest has been accused of sexually abusing girls over a period of twenty-five years—in Canton, Sackets Harbor, and St. Regis Falls.  Go to full article

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