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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...
Updated, 3:00, to reflect conversation with SUNY Potsdam’s program coordinator for the MS program in community health. One of the things that’s interesting about rural life is that everyone you know has the same doctor. Here in the...
We’ve reported in the past on the Canton Central and Potsdam Central School Districts considering a merger. Now the state will fund a joint merger study to the tune of $25,000, a press release from State Sen. Patty Ritchie says....
With local food, music, and community events, Potsdam’s Summer Festival drew crowds from across the county last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Vendors and families celebrated the arrival of this much-anticipated local celebration–and it...
We’ve reported a lot here in the last year or so about the financial problems North Country schools are facing and how they’re dealing with them, and that story continued last night with a meeting between school board members and...
News stories tagged with "potsdam"
Visitors: Composer Thomas Albert and Son, Violinist Matthew Albert Come To Crane Festival of New Music
Nov 02, 2001 — The Crane School of Music hosts its annual Festival of New Music with a guest composer and one of the most exciting young ensembles performing today--eighth blackbird. Todd Moe talks with visiting composer Thomas Albert and his son, Matthew, who's the violinist with eighth blackbird. Go to full article
Oct 25, 2001 — This evening at seven, North Country Public Radio presents a performance by musicians from the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, recorded three weeks ago as part of a memorial concert for victims of last month's tragedy. Joel Hurd talks with Daniel Gordon, who conducted the Crane Chorus and Orchestra, along with members of the Potsdam Community Chorus and faculty and students of the Crane School of Music, in the October 3 concert. Go to full article
by Martha Foley
Oct 22, 2001 — About a thousand people attended a town meeting with Senator Hillary Clinton on Saturday at SUNY Potsdam. It was part of the senator's tour of the North Country. Martha Foley reports. See links below for additional audio from the town meeting. Go to full article
Oct 12, 2001 — While the Governor is lobbying Washington for federal aid, local governments are assessing their own spending. The problem was on everyone's mind at the North Country Local Government Conference this week at SUNY Potsdam. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Oct 12, 2001 — Soprano Lisa Vroman returns to the North Country Saturday, October 13 with a concert, "Broadway Classic", at SUNY Potsdam's Helen M. Hosmer Concert Hall. Todd Moe chats with Lisa Vroman and her music director, Brad Carroll. Go to full article
Oct 11, 2001 — Vermont Governor Howard Dean told North Country leaders that the best projects come from the local level. Dean was the keynote speaker at SUNY Potsdam's 10th Annual Local Government Conference. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
by Martha Foley
Oct 09, 2001 — Martha Foley talks with Potsdam Mayor Ruth Garner about the 10th Annual Local Government Conference, at SUNY Potsdam. Wednesday's Conference theme is "Managing Local Government: Listening, Learning, Leading," and Vermont Governor Howard Dean will be the keynote speaker. Go to full article
by Jody Tosti
Sep 21, 2001 — Jody Tosti reports on a statewide effort by the American Baptist Men's organization to outfit a disaster relief tractor trailer. Local donations to support the project are being taken at the First Baptist Church in Potsdam. Go to full article