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 By Andy Gardner    News    January 16, 2020 

Organizers hoping Massena Fishing Expo will become a regional attraction

By Andy Gardner Organizers of next month’s Massena Fishing Expo are hoping to start an annual event to link the North Country with the larger national sport fishing community. The event, slated for...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    January 16, 2020 

Salmon River and Massena fare well over Potsdam, Gouverneur

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River girls and boys both beat Potsdam, and Massena's girls and boys both triumphed over Gouverneur during the week of...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    January 16, 2020 

Salmon River girls pick up 12th win of the season over Islanders

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River Lady Shamrocks maintained a perfect record with their 12th 2019-2020 win over Alexandria Bay at home on Friday, Jan. 10. The previous evening, the varsity hockey...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 9, 2020

Montour CPAs celebrates opening in their newly renovated downtown Akwesasne building

By Andy Gardner Barbara Montour CPA and Associates are now up and running out of a revitalized century-old building in downtown Akwesasne. Montour,...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 9, 2020

Massena Hospital CEO believes St. Lawrence Health affiliation is a step toward more modern healthcare

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. Now that St. Lawrence Health System is taking over Massena Memorial Hospital, the MMH CEO says he thinks the affiliation will transition Massena into a more modern facility....

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 9, 2020

Massena now offers Newspaper Club

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. Students at Massena High School now have the option of participating in Newspaper Club. The group will publish a print periodical for students to read in their down time in...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 9, 2020

Massena school board considering limits on number of groups that can wear cords, stoles at graduation

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. Board of Education members debated whether to allow more or fewer student groups to wear cords and stoles at graduation. They are worn around the neck to signify either partic...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 9, 2020

Massena school board mulls adding therapy dog to guidance department

BY ANDY GARDNER MASSENA. The Board of Education heard a pitch from a high school guidance counselor on bringing in a therapy dog. Guidance counselor Nicole LaPage said she is still researching how it...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    January 9, 2020

Town of Massena considering code governing industrial, residential solar arrays

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. The Town Council will continue to accept written comments on their proposed solar power code as they get closer to adopting a final regulation. The board at their Wednesday, D...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    January 9, 2020

Massena girls skate past Malone; Lady Shamrocks tie with Clinton

By Andy Gardner The Massena Lady Raiders posted a decisive 5-2 victory over Franklin Academy at home on Friday, Dec. 27 and the Lady Shamrocks...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    January 9, 2020

Massena comes out ahead in home game against Salmon River

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders and Salmon River Shamrocks varsity girls basketball teams faced off on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The Raiders came out...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    January 9, 2020

FLW wants Massena to make summer tourney 'a bash unlike any other,' may bring sport fishing to schools

By Andy Gardner MASSENA -- Massena’s sport fishing promoter says Fishing League Worldwide is asking for a unique spectacle when they bring their title championship to town this summer. Also, FLW is...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    January 9, 2020

David scores 18 points as Lady Raiders beat SLC; Massena boys play close game against General Brown

By Andy Gardner Tsiakoseriio David sparked the Massena offense with 18 points as the Raiders girls varsity contingent went on to a 55-41 home win over the St. Lawrence Central Larries on Saturday,...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 19, 2019

Twinleaf brings Santa to Akwesasne to meet local kids

By Andy Gardner Twinleaf hosted their breakfast with Santa the weekend of Dec. 14 and 15 in both Akwesasne and Fort Covington. They brought the event...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 19, 2019

Massena band, orchestra, jazz band entertain more than 100 with Christmas concert

By Andy Gardner More than 100 friends and relatives showed up to watch Massena High School's three instrumental bands perform their yearly holiday con...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 19, 2019

Massena hospital on track to be privatized by Jan. 1; officials say services won't change

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. Massena Memorial Hospital is expected to be privatized by Jan. 1. MMH CEO David Bender at the December MMH board meeting said they’ve received a certificate of need to...

 

Salmon River hosts annual Christmas Tournament, Cook Jr. named co-MVP

By Andy Gardner Salmon River came in second place at their annual Christmas tournament at Tom Cavanaugh Arena in Fort Covington, and one of their...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    December 12, 2019

Massena projects $806,000 first quarter loss in 2020, but only if they don't privatize

By Andy Gardner MASSENA -- Massena Memorial Hospital predicts an $806,000 loss for the first three months of 2020, but only if they are still a public hospital. Their chief financial officer said if...

 

Raiders, Shamrocks girls hockey teams down Oswego, Canton

By Andy Gardner With the 2019-20 girls hockey season under way, Massena and Salmon River picked up recent wins against the Oswego Buccaneers and...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    November 27, 2019

Volunteer Transport Center starting bus route to connect Massena with Akwesasne

By Andy Gardner The Volunteer Transportation Center plans to launch an intra-village bus route in Massena that would connect to Akwesasne, and eventually elsewhere in the area. Frank Doldo, a...

 

Salmon River and Massena volleyball players receive Section 10 awards; entire Shamrocks team lauded for sportsmanship

By Andy Gardner Members of the Massena Raiders and Salmon River Shamrocks volleyball teams received Section 10 East Division honors in between rounds...

 

Massena Raiders clinch Section 10 volleyball championship, head to state playoffs

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders have won the overall Section 10 volleyball title and are headed to state playoffs. They won the crown in...

 
 By Andy Gardner    News    November 7, 2019

Massena hospital referendum passes, will remain open and get $20 million from state to pay off debts and privatize

By Andy Gardner The Massena Memorial Hospital referendum has passed by a wide margin, 1,963 yes votes to 174 nays. Meanwhile, Republicans have taken over two seats on the Town Council. Republicans Bob...

 

Salmon River volleyball season halted in Class B finals

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River Shamrocks volleyball squadron had made it to the Section 10 Class B finals, but they were shut down by the No. 1...

 

Salmon River, Massena soccer seasons finished off in Section 10 playoffs

By Andy Gardner Massena and Salmon River’s boys and girls soccer teams concluded their 2019 seasons in sectional playoffs. The Massena boys and girls both lost to Malone in Section 10 Class A...

 

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