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Fire Temporarily Closes Henderson Harbor Business

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Henderson Harbor's Westview Lodge will be closed for about two weeks after an early morning fire Saturday damaged a portion of the building.

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Ready, Set, Snirt! Popular ATV Event Draws Thousands of Riders Video included

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More than 25-hundred ATV riders hit the trails for this year's SNIRT Run in Lewis County. SNIRT is short for snow and dirt.

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Thompson Park Zoo Celebrates Earth Day Video included

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It was an Earth Day celebration at Watertown's Thompson Park Zoo.

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Urban Mission Auction Draws 100+ Bidders

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The Watertown Urban Mission hosted one of its largest fundraisers of the year Saturday.

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Saturday Sports: Carthage Starts Spring Off Right On The Baseball Diamond Video included

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North Country baseball teams are beginning to finally get on the field and take advantage of the good weather on the first day of spring break. In Carthage Saturday morning, a Frontier League meeting on the diamond as the Comets hosted Beaver River. At the bottom of the first, Carthage got on the board as Jacob Millich scores from 3rd, Comets on top 1-0. Beavers starter, Peyton Mattis, worked out of further trouble, gettting the strikeout to end the inning. At the...

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Antique Door Becomes New Guitar Video included

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What do you make of a 150-year-old door? Beautiful music - that's what.

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Army's Bad Anthrax Vaccine Warning Turns Out To Be False

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First the Army told soldiers they faced serious health risks from bad anthrax vaccine batches, then they said it's not true.

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Fort Drum Soldiers Bring Children To Work Video included

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April is the Month of the Military Child and the 10th Mountain Division's Sustainment Brigade celebrated it with their own version of "Bring Your Child to Work" day.

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SUNY Potsdam Students Remember School Shooting Victims Video included

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Some SUNY Potsdam students joined a nationwide walkout Friday.

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Thousands Of ATV Riders Will Descend On Lewis County Video included

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More than 5,000 ATV riders will be coming to Lewis County for the annual SNIRT Run. Riders, businesses and the Lewis County Sheriff's Office are all ready.

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Local Lawmakers Slam Cuomo Over Order Allowing Parolees To Vote Video included

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A state Senator is in opposition to Governor Andrew Cuomo's executive order that restores voting rights to felons.

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Blast From The Past: 1998 Boxing Event Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back 20 years for a boxing event on Fort Drum.

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Police: Woman With Hepatitis C Spit In Face Of Caseworker

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According to police, a Gouverneur woman with the contagious liver disease hepatitis C spit in the face of a caseworker for St. Lawrence County Child Protective Services.

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Frontier League Cancels Diamond Postseason

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Recent weather has made it tough for area high school baseball and softball teams to get out on the field, so the Frontier League has cancelled all playoffs for diamond sports. 

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2 Charged In Franklin County Homicide

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Two Franklin County residents have been arrested in connection with a homicide last fall. 

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NYC Man Charged In Alleged Rape In Potsdam

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A New York City man was arrested Thursday in connection with a rape that allegedly happened at a fraternity house last November. 

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Lawmakers Object To Executive Order Allowing Parolees To Vote

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order this week that would give the right to vote to 35,000 New York parolees. 

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Fundraising Efforts Kick Off For Watertown's Dog Park Video included

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With support from Watertown's city council, people who want a dog park in the city are trying to figure out a way to pay for it. 

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Sheriff's Department Launches Probe Into Child's Death

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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office has launched an investigation into the death of a one year old boy. 

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Highlights & Scores: Boys' & Girls' High School Lacrosse Video included

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The Lady Comets of Carthage hosted state-ranked South Jefferson in a girls' Frontier League lacrosse battle Thursday.

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Kingston, Ontario Leaders Tour Watertown 'Gems' Video included

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Kingston, Ontario leaders toured downtown Watertown and said they happened to find some "gems."

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30 Businesses Looking To Hire At Job & Career Expo Video included

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Folks looking for work in the north country had another opportunity Thursday.

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Woman Accused Of Assaulting Mother

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A 24 year old Hermon woman is accused of assaulting her mother.

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Falcon's Peak Training Ends Video included

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Through tough weather and rough terrain, the 10th Combat Aviation brigade completed it Falcon's Peak training this week.

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Well-Known Hollywood Producer Passes Away In Local Hospice Video included

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Gerald Ayres liked the north country because his neighbors didn't know he was a well-known Hollywood producer. He passed away recently at Hospice of Jefferson County in Watertown.

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Gander Outdoors To Open In Old Gander Mountain Space

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Gander is coming back to the Salmon Run Mall in Watertown under a slightly different name. 

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IHC Remembers Hockey Players Who Died In Accident

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Catholic high school students at Immaculate Heart Central in Watertown switched out their uniforms for green shirts and hockey jerseys Thursday.

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Jenne Seeking Re-election To Assembly Video included

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Assemblywoman Addie Jenne is running for re-election in the 116th District.

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Watertown Raises Flag For Israeli Independence Day Video included

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Israel's flag is flying in Watertown. On Thursday, Mayor Joe Butler and members of the Degel Israel Synagogue held a flag raising in front of city hall to celebrate Israeli Independence Day.

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Center Specializes In Balance Therapy Video included

Updated: Apr 19, 2018 01:09 PM

There's a new center in downtown Watertown that specializes in balance therapy.

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Redfield Records 3rd-Highest Season Snowfall

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Redfield gets a lot of snow, but even for people there, this year was a lot. 

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Environmentalists Applaud Failure Of Ballast Bill Video included

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It's no secret that waterways like the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River carry invasive species.

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Highlights & Scores: High School Lacrosse Video included

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There was plenty of lacrosse action across the north country Wednesday, with games played in both the Frontier League and the Northern Athletic Conference. 

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Team Profile: South Jeff Girls' Lacrosse Video included

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It's been a struggle for area spring sports teams to get outside for training and practice. 

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Former Detective Sentenced For Sexually Exploiting A Child

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A former Ogdensburg city police detective is going to prison for sexually exploiting a child.

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Job Fairs, Employers Look To Increase Local Workforce Video included

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Part-time, full-time, or seasonal, employers are looking for more workers to join their teams.

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Jain Irrigation Welcomes Upgrades Video included

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A Watertown manufacturing company is making some upgrades. Jain Irrigation spoke with us about its changes.

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Things Looking Up For Alcoa

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Alcoa is making money.

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North Country Remembers Barbara Bush Video included

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Local people who met former First Lady Barbara Bush are fondly remembering the wife of the 41st President of the United States.

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Youngsters Give New Museum A Trial Run Video included

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Kids had some serious fun with science at a museum in Potsdam Wednesday. It was five years in the making and will open soon to the general public.

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Fort Drum Offers Industrial History Tour Video included

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It's a chance to get on post and learn about the industrial history of Fort Drum before it was an Army post.

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United Way Gives Out Awards To 3 Organizations

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Hats off to three north country organizations.

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Academy Street In Watertown Gets Boost From Federal Funding Video included

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An old duplex at 825 Academy Street is ground zero for an ambitious effort to fix up the 600 to 900 blocks of Academy.

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Efforts Underway To Save Historical Sackets Building Video included

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A nearly 200 year old building in Sackets Harbor is falling apart and some are hoping to help save it and keep a piece of history standing. 

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Highlights & Scores: Watertown Takes 2 From Indian River Video included

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The Watertown Cyclones had a good day in a Frontier League lacrosse doubleheader on Tuesday. 

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Canton Track Star Runs To UVM Video included

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Talented runner Grace Bessette of Canton Central signed a letter of intent Tuesday night to continue her running career at Division 1 Vermont. 

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No Salads At DQ Due To Nationwide Recall

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A nationwide recall on certain types of lettuce prompted the Dairy Queen in Evans Mills to stop serving it. 

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4 Arrested In 'Operation Car Wreck'

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Four people are under arrest in St. Lawrence County following an investigation called "Operation Car Wreck".

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Watertown Man Accused Of Choking Woman, Threatening Her With Knife

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A 35 year old Watertown man is accused of breaking into a woman's home, holding a butcher knife to her face and choking her in front of her young daughter.

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Morley Barn Destroyed In Fire, Nearby Buildings Saved Video included

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Fire destroyed a milking parlor and barn at a farm in Morley Monday night.

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Ogdensburg Bomb Suit Maker Gets Air Force Contract

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An Ogdensburg company has gotten a U.S. Air Force contract that could be worth $15 million.

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Canton School Budgets $35K For Resource Officer

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There's money in Canton Central School's proposed budget for a school resource officer. However, it's just not as much as originally planned.

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Watertown To Replace Lead Pipes At 150 Homes Video included

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First come, first serve for Watertown homeowners who need help replacing water lines that have a lead in them.

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Town Of Lyme Gets $200K To Fix Flooded Roads Video included

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The state has given the town of Lyme more than $200,000 to rebuild what was ruined.

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Group Offers Kidney Dialysis At Home Video included

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A local hospital group is breaking new ground in the north country with home dialysis.

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No Kidding: Local Farmers Turn Goat Milk Into Sweet Treat Video included

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What do you do with 300 goats? A local farm came up with a sweet idea.

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Report: Ward's Mother Felt Forced Into Settlement

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According to published reports, the mother of Kevin Ward Jr. felt forced into settling her wrongful death lawsuit against former NASCAR driver and current team owner Tony Stewart.

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Just Face It: Ice Storm Skating Video included

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When you get lemons, make lemonade. And when you have an ice storm, you go ice skating.

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Watertown To Pursue Grant To Hire More City Firefighters

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Watertown city lawmakers are hoping a grant to fund new firefighters can help fix some problems with the fire department. 

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Government Watchdogs Renew Calls For Corruption Crackdown

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Government watchdog groups are renewing their call on Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York state Legislature to agree on measures that will strengthen transparency and crack down on corruption. 

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No Wind Turbine Law For Hopkinton

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The town of Hopkinton failed to adopt a law limiting where a developer can build a wind farm.

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Wolves On A Roll Heading Into Finals Video included

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The Watertown Wolves find themselves just three wins away from claiming the President's Trophy and the Federal Hockey League title after sweeping Carolina in the semifinals over the weekend. 

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Man Pleads Guilty To Trafficking Drugs In St. Lawrence County

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A 38 year old Syracuse man has pleaded guilty to trafficking crack cocaine and fentanyl in St. Lawrence County.

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Ogdensburg Officials Defend Allegiant Air Video included

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On Sunday, CBS's 60 Minutes reported a shocking number of safety lapses at Allegiant Air. They include engine failures mid-air and aborted take-offs. So what does that mean for those flying Allegiant out of Ogdensburg International Airport?

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Weather Is Subpar For Area Golf Courses Video included

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This weather is subpar for area golf courses. Owners are hoping to open soon so the season isn't a whiff.

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Power Problems Linger In Lewis County

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Updated: Apr 17, 2018 07:16 AM

There were still hundreds of people without power in Lewis County Tuesday morning.

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Zoo Names New Executive Director Video included

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The New York State Zoo at Thompson Park has a new executive director.

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Garage Destroyed By Fire In Copenhagen Video included

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Fire destroyed a Copenhagen garage early Monday afternoon. 

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2,100 National Grid Workers On The Job Video included

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Keeping the lights on in the north country during icy and windy conditions has proven tricky.

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Lewis County Woman Charged With Indentity Theft, Forgery

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A 32 year old Natural Bridge woman is accused of stealing another woman's driver's license to buy a product to make methamphetamine.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Teacher, Buggies & Spring Video included

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A teacher and a former teaching assistant in the Gouverneur Central School District are accused of letting students hold drinking parties in a Gouverneur area home.  You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Urban Mission Gears Up For Auction

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It's a major fundraiser for the Watertown Urban Mission. Its 10th annual auction is this Saturday.

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Power Still Winking Out After Weekend's Ice

Updated: Apr 16, 2018 09:55 AM

The numbers of north country National Grid customers without power keeps fluctuating.

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Last-Minute Questions? State Tax Call Center Extends Hours

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New York state's call center for tax filing information is extending its hours to answer last-minute questions. \

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With North Country Iced Over, Many People "Would Love 50 Degrees Right Now" Video included

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The freezing rain only got worse throughout the day, creating an outdoor ice rink for people who had to brave the cold.

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Sunday: Weather's Terrible, Stay Home

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As expected, Sunday morning's weather was terrible across northern New York. By 10 AM, more than 150 churches and other organizations had notified 7 News of cancellations for the day - the highest number of Sunday cancellations in the last few years. 

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Coach Reacts to Watertown Wolves Title Series Bid

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For the 2nd time in 4 years, the Watertown Wolves will be looking to take home the Commissioner's Trophy and the Federal Hockey League Championship.

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Over $220K Raised at Heart Walk; Survivors Share Stories Video included

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Kayla Gardner is a young mother who was born with a heart defect that she passed on to her nine-month old son who's doing well now.

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VIDEO: A Special Visit by Otto the Orange Video included

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One of the most recognizable faces in Syracuse athletics was in Watertown Saturday. No, not Jim Boeheim.

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North Country First Responders Get New Insight at Fire Seminar Video included

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North country first responders gathered in Jefferson Community College's Sturtz Theater Saturday morning for the 7th Annual Garrett W. Loomis Fire Safety Seminar. 

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Sports: Red & Black Back to Practice for 2018 Season Video included

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The Watertown Red and Black officially opened their 2018 Northeastern Football Alliance season Saturday afternoon at the Fairgrounds YMCA. 

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Saturday: Stefanik Supports Syria Missile Strike

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North country congresswoman Elise Stefanik supports President Trump's decision to launch a missile strike in Syria Friday night, aimed at convincing the Assad regime to stop using chemical weapons. 

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Student Trap Shooters Win Essay Awards Video included

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A gun rights advocacy organization called SCOPE (Shooters Committee On Political Education) presented checks Friday to the winners of an essay contest for local high school trap shooting teams. 

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Tribute to America at End of Year Figure Skating Show Video included

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A tribute to America at the Watertown Fairgrounds Arena as the Watertown Figure Skating Club hosts their annual end of the year show. 

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Watertown School Chief: No 'Hit List,' Schools Safe

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The superintendent of the Watertown city school district said Saturday that there is no truth to rumors of a "hit list" of students to be killed Monday. Word of the supposed hit list went viral on social media late Friday and Saturday.

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Massena Man Enters Plea In Child Rape Case

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A 27 year old Massena man has pleaded guilty in connection with the sexual assault of a young girl.

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Is 60 The Fire Department's Magic Number? Video included

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As Watertown City Council gets ready to vote on money for the fire department, an old issue has resurfaced - how many firefighters does the department really need.

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Carthage Paper Mill Firms Up Finances; Optimism On Sale

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Carthage Specialty Paperboard - in bankruptcy since late February - has firmed up its finances as it looks for a buyer.

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Students Learn Math With A Little Help From Facebook Video included

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Thousands of people are helping St. Lawrence Elementary students learn math and having some fun on Facebook at the same time.

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Breen Declares Candidacy For Ogdensburg Judge

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An Ogdensburg lawyer wants to become the next Ogdensburg city judge.

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Believe It Or Not - There Are Signs Of Spring Video included

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It may not feel like spring - but there are signs of spring.

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Break-In Unsettles Adams Center Library Workers Video included

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A break-in occurred earlier in the week at the Adams Center Free Library.

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Home Show Underway In Clayton Video included

Updated: Apr 13, 2018 04:15 PM

Does your home need improvement? You're in luck - the north country's biggest home show is underway in Clayton.

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Blast From The Past: 2005 Thank You Video included

Updated: Apr 13, 2018 04:15 PM

This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to 2005 with then-reporter Chris Onorato as Fort Drum said "thanks."

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Man Sentenced In 2017 Burglaries

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There will be no jail time for a 35 year old Glen Park man who pleaded guilty in connection with two burglaries.

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Fort Drum Man Charged With Rape

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A 21 year old Fort Drum man faces a rape charge for allegedly having sex with a girl under the age of 16.

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Deal Reached To Clean Up Old Garage Site In Canton

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Work could begin as early as this spring to turn a contaminated site in Canton into a safe place for people to enjoy.

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Man Faces Prison Term In Fatal Crash Video included

Updated: Apr 13, 2018 03:04 PM

A 23 year old man faces at least a couple of years in prison, after a crash in which his passenger was killed. 

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Pair Under Indictment For Drug Sales & Possession Arrested Again

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Two people already under indictment for selling and possessing drugs were arrested again this week after their Watertown home was raided. 

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Missing Teen Found, Sent To Jail

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A town of Fowler teenager reported missing by state police earlier this week has been found and is now in St. Lawrence County jail. 

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Orleans Water Project Takes Another Step Forward Video included

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The town of Orleans is moving forward on a water line project that residents there hope will solve a problem with salt contamination. 

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Saying Farewell To A Longtime Morning Producer Video included

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Friday we say farewell to morning show producer Jack Miller. 

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Valin To Return To North Country Mound This Summer Video included

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A north country athlete is coming back to the area to play collegiate league baseball with the Watertown Rapids this summer.

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Businesses Brace For Bridge Replacement Projects

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It could be a double delay on Route 11 for some motorists. Two state bridge replacement projects in St. Lawrence County are about to start.

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Why Cynthia Nixon Wants To Be Governor Video included

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You may have heard the name Cynthia Nixon, one of the stars of a prominent TV show from the early 2000s. But in 2018, she's looking for a different kind of spotlight. Nixon is challenging Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic nomination for governor.

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Volunteer Transportation Center Seeks Drivers Video included

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The Volunteer Transportation Center says it's looking for regular volunteer drivers for its four wheelchair accessible vehicles.

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Stroke Survivor To Share Story At Heart Walk Video included

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One north country woman will tell her story at the Heart Walk this weekend.

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Congressional Candidate Patrick Nelson Appears On First @ 5 Video included

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Another candidate for Congress, Patrick Nelson, is one of seven Democrats looking to get on the November ballot.

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Canning Meat For A Cause Video included

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In Lowville Thursday they were canning 14,000 pounds of turkey. It's all part of canning for a cause.

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SPCA Welcomes 12 New Dogs Video included

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With room at the inn, the Jefferson County SPCA got a delivery Thursday.

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Lawsuit In Lewis County Racer's Death Ends

Updated: Apr 12, 2018 03:15 PM

The lawsuit brought by the parents of a Lewis County race car driver against former NASCAR star Tony Stewart officially ended Thursday with a settlement agreement. 

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Troopers Ask For Help Finding Stolen Harley

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There was a break-in near Ogdensburg within the past month and state police are asking for help finding a motorcycle that was stolen.

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Highlights & Scores: A Swimmer Signs & M-W Wins Twice Video included

Updated: Apr 12, 2018 07:04 AM

Madrid-Waddington's diamond teams had a good day Wednesday and a Thousand Islands swimmer is taking her athleticism to the next level. 

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Can-Am Speedway On Display As Season Nears Video included

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The Can-Am Speedway in LaFargeville has set up shop all this week at the Salmon Run Mall in Watertown.

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Bowling Legend Walter Ray Williams Jr. Visits Watertown Video included

Updated: Apr 08, 2018 08:45 PM

An imposing figure on the lanes. Walter Ray Williams Jr., considered by many experts of the sport as the best ever made a visit to Pla-Mor Lanes in Watertown Sunday morning for a meet and greet. 

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Saturday Sports: Lacrosse Action Around the North Country Video included

Updated: Apr 07, 2018 10:49 PM

With mother nature keeping her grip on winter like conditions, some area teams braved the weather Saturday. 

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Saturday Sports: Lacrosse Match-ups Across the North Country Video included

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Plenty of lacrosse action Saturday with games on both the boys' and girls' sides. We begin up north in Ogdensburg, as the Blue Devils hosted Thousand Islands in a Boys' Frontier League-N.A.C. battle.

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Saturday Sports: General Brown Beats Potsdam on Home Turf Video included

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Girls non-league lacrosse action from Dexter, Saturday, as the General Brown Lady Lions met Potsdam in a frontier league- N.A.C. matchup at Fisher Field.

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Athlete Of The Week: Declan Porter Video included

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Declan Porter, a Canton high school basketball standout, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for March 9.

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Athlete Of The Week: Kyle Nichols Video included

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Kyle Nichols, General Brown's basketball standout, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for February 9, 2018.  

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Athlete Of The Week: Jacob Hess Video included

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Jacob Hess, South Jefferson basketball's standout guard, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank Athlete Of The Week for January 18.  

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Athlete Of The Week: Tray Bell Video included

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Indian River's basketball standout, Tray Bell, is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 12.   

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Athlete Of The Week: Isaiah Wilson Video included

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Isaiah Wilson, Lyme's sophomore standout on the basketball court, is  the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete Of The Week for January 5. 

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7 News Wins Awards For Newscasts, Reporting

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7 News was honored Saturday night as "best newscast" during the New York State Associated Press Association's annual awards dinner. 

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Sports: Frontier League Swimming and Wrestling

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The Frontier League crowned champions in both swimming and wrestling Saturday.

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Another Cold, Cloudy Day - But Warmer Things Are In Store Video included

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If you're craving sunshine and warmer temperatures, you'll have to wait at least another day. 

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Still Waiting For The Sun Video included

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It's going to be another cold, snowy day, but it looks as if things will be better in a few days. 

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Grey Skies Until The Weekend Video included

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Winter just doesn't seem to want to let go. 

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Another Wintry Day In The North Country Video included

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If ice over the weekend wasn't enough, now there's snow in the forecast. 

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Warmer With Rain & Wind - And More Snow On The Way Video included

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It's going to be windy and rainy Monday, but at least the ice will melt. 

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McLeod's Forecast: Winter Storm Warning Still in Effect Video included

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for St. Lawrence County  until 8pm Sunday.

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Sports: Wolves Clinch Spot in FHL Championship Series Video included

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It took over four hours, three goals, and two overtimes, but the Watertown Wolves are playing for the Federal Hockey League Championship.  

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Not Bad Today, But Wintry Weather For The Weekend Video included

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Friday will be fairly calm and mild, but we could be in for a wild ride for the weekend. 

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Several Rainy Days Ahead Video included

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It's looks as if we're not quite done with things like freezing rain just yet. We're safe for the next couple of days, but it will be wet. 

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Ice Accumulations Possible This Weekend

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The National Weather Service is warning that the north country could see some ice accumulation this weekend.

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  • Linda M. Lowe, 69, of Depauville and Clayton

    Linda M. Lowe, 69, of Depauville and Clayton

    Saturday, April 21 2018 6:09 PM EDT2018-04-21 22:09:20 GMT
    Depauville & Clayton - Mrs Linda M. Lowe, age 69, died Friday at Upstate Medical University, where she was patient for a week. Calling hours will be Saturday, April 28th, at T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton. A full obituary will follow.
    Depauville & Clayton - Mrs Linda M. Lowe, age 69, died Friday at Upstate Medical University, where she was patient for a week. Calling hours will be Saturday, April 28th, at T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton. A full obituary will follow.
  • Honorius “Henry” T. Lalonde, 83, of Ogdensburg

    Honorius “Henry” T. Lalonde, 83, of Ogdensburg

    Saturday, April 21 2018 6:08 PM EDT2018-04-21 22:08:14 GMT
    A Memorial Mass for Honorius “Henry” T. Lalonde, age 83 of Ogdensburg, will be held at 10:00am on Friday (May 18, 2018) at Notre Dame Church with Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating. Burial will follow the service at Notre Dame Cemetery. Mr. Lalonde passed away on Wednesday (April 18, 2018) at the St. Joseph’s Home. Arrangements are with the Fox & Murray Funeral Home. Surviving is his sister; Sr. Bernadette Marie Lalonde, GNSH of Philadelphia PA. and his long-t...
    A Memorial Mass for Honorius “Henry” T. Lalonde, age 83 of Ogdensburg, will be held at 10:00am on Friday (May 18, 2018) at Notre Dame Church with Rev. F. James Shurtleff officiating. Burial will follow the service at Notre Dame Cemetery. Mr. Lalonde passed away on Wednesday (April 18, 2018) at the St. Joseph’s Home. Arrangements are with the Fox & Murray Funeral Home. Surviving is his sister; Sr. Bernadette Marie Lalonde, GNSH of Philadelphia PA. and his long-t...
  • John W. Belknap, 76, formerly of Hammond

    John W. Belknap, 76, formerly of Hammond

    Friday, April 20 2018 1:52 PM EDT2018-04-20 17:52:27 GMT

    John W. Belknap, age 76 of Syracuse and formerly of Hammond died Wednesday (April 18, 2018) at the Loretto Health & Rehab Center in Syracuse. 

    John W. Belknap, age 76 of Syracuse and formerly of Hammond died Wednesday (April 18, 2018) at the Loretto Health & Rehab Center in Syracuse. 

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