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Remington Museum Begins Middle School Docent Program

The Frederick Remington Art Museum wants to introduce kids to the arts through a junior volunteer program. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

St. Lawrence County Teens Bike to Ground Zero

Three St. Lawrence county teens bike to New York City to pay homage to the victims of the September 11 attacks. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Shared Voices: Young Writers Gather on Upper Saranac Lake

Brian Mann attends a conference for young writers and poets on Upper Saranac Lake.  Go to full article

Newcomb Hosts Young Composers' Competition

Top awards for new music will be handed out Sunday afternoon at the Newcomb Young Composers Contest. Todd Moe talks with the first prize winner and the director of the contest.  Go to full article

Liberty Partnership Summer Camp Targets At-Risk High-Schoolers

The New York State-funded Liberty Partnership Program, which targets students at risk of dropping out of high school, sponsored its first summer camp at SUNY Canton last week. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Sandstoner Foundation Builds Scholarship Fund

Local high schools think big when it comes to scholarship funds--a report on the Sandstoner Foundation in Potsdam.  Go to full article

Keene Students Learn Piles About Composting

A trip to the compost pile. At Keene Central School, table scraps are part of the educational experience. Beth Schmidt reports.  Go to full article

True Accounts of Living With Alcohol

True accounts of living with alcohol collected and read by Students Against Destructive Decisions, or SADD, from Massena High School. Martha Foley reports.

The Massena Central School students reading in this story are shown above: (l. to r.) Robbie Witkop, Brandon Johnson, Nick Toth, Meagan Carey, and Kristin Murphy. They stand in front of the "Wall of Support," a collaborative project among art teacher Chad Simpson's sculpture students and SADD participants.  Go to full article

Vandalism Spurs Youth Curfew in Tupper Lake

Kids in Tupper Lake will soon face a new curfew that requires them to be off the streets before 10 pm. The law, passed this week by the Altamont town bord, was spurred by a rash of late-night vandalism. Brian Mann has details.  Go to full article

High-schoolers Hone Job Skills at Clarkson Fair

Nearly 1500 high school students from 18 school districts in St. Lawrence and Lewis Counties had a chance to take part in mock job interviews during the 7th annual "Gateways to Careers" event at Clarkson University. Jody Tosti spoke with students as they prepared for the inevitable.  Go to full article

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