Sep 14, 2001 — Todd Moe visited St. Lawrence University and SUNY Potsdam to see how student communities were coping with and responding to the terrrorist attacks. St. Lawrence University students formed a peace circle. SUNY Potsdam has organized seminars, and students have have staffed a table in the Student Center since Tuesday afternoon to raise money for victims' families. Go to full article
Sep 13, 2001 — North Country Congressman John McHugh says the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon are "unparalleled in our nation's history". But, McHugh says New York City will rebuild and the country will go forward. Todd Moe reports. Go to full article
Sep 13, 2001 — The New York State Senate cancelled a planned session at the state capitol Wednesday, but government workers returned to work and tried to resume a normal schedule. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Sep 13, 2001 — Tens of thousands of American travelers were stranded in Canada by the bombing crisis. As Brian Mann reports, the air travel ban leaves tourists and business travelers stranded far from home. Go to full article
Sep 12, 2001 — About 500 state troopers will be in New York City today to help in rescue effort and take part in the investigation. 67 officers from Troop B, based in Ray Brook, have been called to the city. Trooper Jim Butser says there's a sense of common bond with the officer, firefighters and emergency personnel caught up in the tragedy yesterday.
Blood drives have been set up in major cities where collections are more efficient. Vicky LaShomb, of the St. Lawrence County Red Cross, says half the local units trained volunteers were on their way to New York City yesterday.
St. Lawrence University student John Ainsley called his dad in New Jersey to check on his older brother who was at work in one of the World Trade Center towers yesterday morning. He says his brother survived. Go to full article
Sep 12, 2001 — Around the North Country, people have been gathering to pray and to share words of comfort. Some are also speaking words of anger and rage. Brian Mann attended vigils and prayer services around the region. Go to full article
Sep 12, 2001 — Residents of Akwesasne received good news on ironworkers working near the World Trade Center when it was destroyed by terrorists yesterday. A union official says most of the 100 workers have reported in and are safe. Go to full article