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An Akwesasne woman has broken the all-time scoring record for the North Country Community College Saints women's soccer team

By Andy Gardner Nidia Dearmayero, a sophomore striker from Akwesasne, scored both goals for the Saints in a 2-1 victory over Columbia-Greene...

 

Salmon River Shamrocks win 'Volley for a Cure' tournament

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River Shamrocks won the Volley for a Cure Tournament at Massena High School on Saturday, Oct. 5. Salmon River played the...

 

Massena, Salmon River win all of three games in one week

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders and Salmon River Shamrocks volleyball teams won all of their games the week of Sept. 30. Massena defeated...

 

Massena Raider boys, girls have unlucky week

By Andy Gardner The Massena girls and boys had an unlucky week, with most of their games lost by just a single goal, and one tie with Canton. The...

 

Massena Lady Raiders applaud 10 graduating senior soccer players

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders varsity girls soccer team bid farewell to their 10 graduating senior members. They are Emma Kormanyos, Megan...

 

Massena sees lots of tackles but weak passing game against Canton

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders football team went against hosts Canton on Saturday, Oct. 5 and lost 40-22. Dylan Lazore caught Massena’s only complete pass of the game for 16 yards....

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    October 3, 2019

Salmon River girls defeat St. Lawrence, boys down Canton; Massena girls best Malone

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River avenged a loss to Canton with a 5-1 win over St. Lawrence Central, and the boys team defeated the Golden Bears. Meanwhile, the Massena girls bested Malone and the...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    October 3, 2019

Salmon River comes out on top of Raiders vs. Shamrocks volleyball matchup

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River Shamrocks came out the winners of a bout on the volleyball court with the Massena Raiders. Massena won the first set...

 
 By Andy Gardner    Sports    October 3, 2019

Massena starts on good foot but ends up losing to Watertown

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders got a promising start against the Watertown Cyclones at their Friday, Sept. 27 home game. But the Cyclones broke...

 

Locals join global protest urging worldwide action on climate change

By Andy Gardner Demonstrators around the area joined millions around the world during the week of Sept. 20 to 27 and went on a "Global Climate...

 

Akwesasne Family Wellness Program encourages supporters to 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes'

By Andy Gardner The Akwesasne Family Wellness Program participated in a national domestic violence awareness initiative, "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,"...

 

Massena school board wants to tighten graduation dress code, Native American regalia will not be affected

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. The Board of Education may restrict the number of cords given out at future graduation ceremonies. During the policy committee report at the Thursday, Sept. 19 board meeting,...

 

Massena Central releases proposed $49.6 million capital project

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. The school district is looking at a $49,690,000 capital project that a representative of their architectural firm says will not have any impact on taxes because of state aid....

 

Massena Memorial Hospital closing critical care unit, no layoffs planned

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. Massena Memorial Hospital has received approval from the state to close its four-bed Critical Care Unit (CCU), but no one will be laid off as a result. The hospital will...

 

Massena Memorial Hospital eyeing changes to bed designation; hospital lost $1.6 million in August

By Andy Gardner MASSENA. Massena Memorial Hospital lost $1,669,991 in August, the bulk of that being due to one-time expenses, the chief financial officer said. He said those included a $466,000...

 

About 100 cars entered in Twin Leaf fall auto show

By Andy Gardner Twin Leaf held the capstone event of their 2019 car show season on Saturday, Sept. 21. About 100 classic, antique and custom cars,...

 

Vaping among students at Massena, Salmon

By Andy Gardner Superintendents at Massena and Salmon River Central schools say use of vape products among students is a concern and they are doing what they can to discourage it. “Over the last...

 

Salmon River beats Massena in boys soccer; Raiders down 'Rocks in girls game

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River Shamrocks boys soccer team came out ahead in recent games against the Massena Raiders and Carthage. In the Tuesday, S...

 

Lacrosse player and MCS Club benefit

By Andy Gardner Through their annual car show held in July, Swamp's Performance Automotive recently gave two $500 donations to a local lacrosse...

 

Massena swims to win over E-K, avenging Canton defeat

By Andy Gardner The Massena Raiders swim team avenged a loss to Canton with a win over Edwards-Knox. Meanwhile, the Shamrocks went against Potsdam....

 

Massena, Salmon River volleyball victorious over B-M, Malone, Tupper Lake

By Andy Gardner The Massena and Salmon River volleyball teams had recent luck in tilts with Brushton-Moira, Franklin Academy and Tupper Lake. The Raid...

 

Shamrocks, Raiders fall to Potsdam, Canton in tough week of volleyball

By Andy Gardner The Salmon River and Massena volleyball teams had tough luck against Potsdam and Canton in several recent matches. On Thursday, Sept....

 

Hogansburg man accused of having more than 10 pounds of pot on Northway

By Andy Gardner State police have charged a Hogansburg man with felony marijuana possession after he was allegedly found with more than 10 pounds of the plant on the Northway. Jeremiah Steenburg, 41,...

 

Settlement aimed at helping restore watershed damaged by decades of industrial pollution

By Andy Gardner For decades starting in the 1950s, several industrial facilities released hazardous substances into areas around the St. Lawrence River, contaminating and degrading natural resources....

 

Massena hosts Potsdam for annual Hall of Fame Game; Raiders swimmers defeat OFA

By Andy Gardner Massena faced Potsdam for their annual Hall of Fame Game on Saturday, Sept. 14 at Mike Nicholas Field, and the Sandstoners won 30-8....

 

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