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3 Injured In Canton Bridge Crash Video included

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A three-vehicle accident on Canton's Main Street bridge sent three people to the hospital Friday morning.

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Lawsuit Looks To Block Sale Of Watertown Golf Club To Lundy

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Not so fast - a shareholder in the Watertown Golf Club is taking issue with a deal to sell the course to developer Mike Lundy. 

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Watertown's Splash Pad Is Almost Ready

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Soon, families will get to soak up the fun at the new splash pad in Watertown. 

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Goodyear Blimp Coming To Watertown

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A sister ship to the Goodyear blimp that visited Watertown last year will pay a visit in a couple of days.

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Jean's Beans Celebrates 65 Years In Business

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Flashback to Watertown in 1953. An order of french fries cost 15 cents and a new business had just opened on Eastern Boulevard.

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80 Years Later, Clayton Woman Celebrates TI Bridge

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The Thousand Islands Bridge is commemorating 80 years Saturday with a celebration and one Clayton woman remembers the bridge from the very beginning.

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Soldiers Climb Mountain For Habitat Video included

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It wasn't as much a Climb to Glory as it was a climb for money.

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Blast From The Past: 1993 Garden Tour

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This week on Blast From The Past, We go back 25 years with then reporter Kara Gormley, touring the garden at the Jefferson County Historical Society. 

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Norwood Woman Charged In Biting Attack

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A Norwood woman is accused of violating an order of protection when she bit someone in the town of Long Lake. 

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Free Outdoor Movie Canceled

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Rainy weather has canceled Friday night's free outdoor movie at the Watertown Fairgrounds.

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3 Injured In Lewis County Car Crash

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A car crash in the town of Turin early Friday morning sent three of the five people inside to area hospitals. 

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Power Goes Out For About 2,200 In Cape Vincent & Lyme Areas

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Power went out for about 2,200 electric customers in northern Jefferson County Friday morning. 

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Carthage Residents Enjoy Summer Concert Series Video included

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Music filled the warm summer air in downtown Carthage Thursday night. 

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Lady Spartans Hoping For Another Strong Season Video included

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As the Lady Spartans soccer team began practice Thursday morning, Terry Burgess started his 40th year coaching soccer. 

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Reaction Mixed Over Cuomo's America 'Was Never That Great' Remarks Video included

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Governor Cuomo's comments saying America was never that great is receiving a lot of criticism from everyday people on the street to New York politicians. 

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3 Charged With Making Meth

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Three people are accused of making methamphetamine in a town of Morristown home. 

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Indictment: Judge Richards Was 'Paper Terrorism' Target

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It has been described as "paper terrorism," where a criminal suspect files false liens against a judge or police official as a form of revenge. It appears St. Lawrence County Judge Jerome Richards was targeted. 

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Water Still Unsafe At Westcott Beach State Park

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Westcott Beach State Park remained closed to swimmers Thursday, but there's hope it will re-open Friday.  

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State Route 193 Open To Traffic After Culvert Replaced

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The work is nearly done and now the culvert that carries State Route 193 over Bear Creek in the town of Ellisburg is open to traffic. 

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Massena Hooks Big Bass Fishing Tournament Video included

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Massena has hooked the big one - a bass fishing tournament of its dreams. But now it has to reel in money to host it.

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Bus Garage Construction Can Continue...For Now

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Another ruling goes in favor of the company building a bus garage in the Jefferson County Industrial Park. 

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Watertown's Sci-Tech Center Seeks Help With Repairs Video included

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It's been put off for too long, now a Watertown science museum is looking to make repairs quickly and it'll need some help.

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WWNY-TV Will Air Cuomo-Nixon Debate

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WWNY-TV will broadcast a Democratic gubernatorial primary debate between Governor Andrew Cuomo and Cynthia Nixon on August 29 at 7 p.m. 

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Nominations Sought For 'Community Health Hero' Video included

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Whether it's a doctor, a nurse, or even just someone who helps bring people to their appointments, the Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization is asking residents to nominate someone in their community to be this year's “Community Health Hero.” 

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Public Gets Chance To Tour Landfill Video included

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It may be one of the most unlikely places for a tour, but many north country residents curious about what happens to their trash took a trek out to the Materials Management Facility in Rodman today.

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Woman Faces Several Charges After Crashing Into Home

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A Star Lake woman faces a meth-making charge after she crashed her car into a home in the town of Fine Wednesday morning. 

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George Boldt Descendant Offers Scholarship Challenge

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The great-grandson of the man who built Boldt Castle in Alexandria Bay is offering a challenge. 

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Severe Weather Strands Canadian Couple In Clayton Video included

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As severe weather moved through the north country, a Canadian couple vacationing in Clayton by boat had to wait for the storm to pass.

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Traffic Advisory: State Street, Carthage

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Expect delays if you're driving on a certain section of State Street in the village of Carthage Thursday. 

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'Fear The G' Once More Video included

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It could be another high school football season where area teams will "Fear the G."

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Oil Boom Drill Could Tie Up Part Of Massena Intake

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Federal and tribal officials will be practice deploying an oil boom near Massena Thursday.

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Golf Ball Size Hail Falls On North Country

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Severe weather moved through parts of the north country Wednesday afternoon. 

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Ogdensburg Using Cameras To Catch Illegal Dumpers Video included

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Ogdensburg has a new weapon to fight illegal dumpers. Digital cameras are going up in dumping hot spots along streets and alleys.

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Man Accused Of Rape Takes Plea Deal Video included

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A 42 year old Sackets Harbor man, who had been accused of repeatedly raping a woman over several years and possessing a number of weapons, has taken a plea deal. 

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Victim In Massena Baseball Bat Attack Still In Coma

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One victim of last Thursday's beating at a Willow Street apartment in Massena remains in an induced coma at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. 

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Businesses, Lawmakers Clash Over Bereavement Leave Video included

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A new addition to the Paid Family Leave Act that is likely to be signed into law by the governor is creating quite a stir among some local business owners. 

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Meet The Fort Drum Soldier Recognized By President Trump Video included

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It's not every day that you get recognized by the President of United States. But for one solider on Fort Drum, that's exactly what happened.

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Beware Of 'Grandparent Scams' Video included

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It's called a "grandparent scam." Scammers are targeting senior citizens in the north country, trying to get personal information and money.

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Lightning Strike Sparks Excitement In Gouverneur Video included

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Things got a little exciting in Gouverneur Tuesday when lightning struck on West Barney Street.

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Dairy Farmers Push for Solution To Low Milk Prices Video included

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Dairy farmers continue to push for a solution to what many consider historically bad milk prices.

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Free Backpacks, Supplies Handed Out Video included

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The Watertown Urban Mission began its annual back to school backpack distribution Wednesday. 

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Don't Be Alarmed: Fort Drum To Conduct Mass Casualty Drills

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Fort Drum officials want to put the area's emergency response systems under as much stress as possible, so they're conducting two days of emergency drills. 

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Galloo Island Wind Project Draws Mixed Reviews Video included

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Opinions were split Tuesday night on a proposed plan to build 30 wind turbines on Galloo Island.

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Local Football: SLC Larries, R&B, Revolution Video included

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Tuesday was the second day of high school football practice and teams across the north country are getting ready for the 2018 season on the gridiron.

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Some Areas Hit Hard By Tuesday's Flooding Video included

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Tuesday's rain caused heavy flooding and states of emergency in several western New York counties. 

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Towns Control County Dog Control's Future Video included

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Jefferson County's dog control provides a shelter for stray dogs, keeps track of the dogs in the county and offers rabies clinics. 

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Woman Injured In Rensselaer Falls Area Crash Video included

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A 69 year old woman had to be freed from her car and rushed to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash in St. Lawrence County Tuesday.

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A Closer Look At Wind Turbines Video included

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Most people know that wind turbines can be used to generate electricity, but they might not know what it takes to get them there. 

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Bail Reduced For Foster Parent Accused Of Sex Crimes

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Bail has been reduced for a former foster parent accused of sex crimes in Jefferson County. 

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Should Fairs Ban Sales Of Confederate Flags? Video included

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Should sales of Confederate flags be banned at county fairs? A new letter from a state official says 'yes.' 

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Korean War Vet Hopes Friends' Remains Come Home Soon Video included

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A Korean War veteran from the north country is hopeful for his friends' remains to return to the  U.S. after waiting for about 60 years.

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Man, Machine & Milfoil Video included

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On St. Lawrence County's largest lake, a man and his machine are on the front lines against an invader lurking in the depths. 

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Galloo Island Wind Presentation Draws Crowd Video included

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The Henderson Fire Department building was packed Tuesday for a state sponsored forum on the Galloo Island Wind project. 

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Family Health Center Celebrates Improvements Video included

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Celebrating improvements at the North Country Family Health Center. 

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Lacey Yekel's Accused Killer Set For Trial Next Month

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A date has been set for the trial of a man accused of killing a 25 year old Massena woman four years ago. 

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Man Sentenced In Ogdensburg Hammer Burglary

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An Ogdensburg man will spend a half-dozen years in prison in connection with a break-in during which a woman was hit with a hammer. 

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Trump & Cuomo Spar During President's NY Visit Video included

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Fort Drum wasn't President Donald Trump's only stop in upstate New York Monday. 

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It Begins: Fall Football Practice Underway Video included

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It might not feel like fall, but it's time to start the high school football season. 

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City Officials Approve Huntington Heights Tax Break

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Watertown's city council approved a tax break for a company that's looking to improve a low-income housing complex in the city. 

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President Trump Signs National Defense Authorization Act At Fort Drum Video included

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President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were at Fort Drum Monday.  

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Dozens In Watertown Turn Out For Trump Protest Video included

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People who oppose the President Donald Trump's visit to Fort Drum gathered in Watertown's Public Square Monday.

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Traffic Tickets And The Town Of Potsdam Video included

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Potsdam Town Court collects more fines than any other in St. Lawrence County. Officials there say it's about busy roads and safety, not the number of tickets.

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Westcott Beach Remains Closed Video included

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After a positive test for E. coli and a discovery of blue green algae in the water, the beach remains closed at Westcott Beach State Park.

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Your Turn: Sex Crime Arrests, Marijuana & Webber Video included

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A husband and wife who reportedly were foster parents in Jefferson County for three years are arrested in North Carolina on multiple counts of sodomy. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Man Faces Charges After Allegedly Hitting Someone

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A Gouverneur man is accused of hitting someone and then taking her car. 

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Father & Son Injured In ATV Crashes

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A father and son from Port Leyden were both injured when they crashed their ATVs in the same place in separate accidents Sunday. 

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Traffic Advisory: Arsenal Street, Watertown

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You might want to be careful driving on Arsenal Street in Watertown during evening and nighttime hours for the next couple of weeks. 

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Westcott Beaches Closed Again, This Time for Different Reason Video included

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The beaches at Westcott Beach State Park were closed again Sunday morning,

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Deputies: Teen in Critical Condition After Town of Greig Accident

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Lewis County Sheriff's deputies say a teenager is in critical condition after an accident.

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Swim, Bike, Run: River Rat Triathlon In Clayton Video included

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A great day for a triathlon Sunday in Clayton where the River Rat Triathlon took place.

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High School Football Season Starts Up This Week Video included

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You know the summer is quickly winding down when the fall high school sports season kicks off. That's the case on Monday, when area high school football teams begin practice for the 2018 season.

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Fire Crews Respond to Scene at Arsenal Street Store Video included

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Smoke coming from a Watertown store led to five fire departments being called to check it out. 

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Gouverneur Native Behind Drums for Oak Ridge Boys Video included

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This week when DPAO brings the Oak Ridge Boys to town Tuesday, its a homecoming for the man behind the drum set..

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Saturday Night: Locash Plays DPAO Summer Concert Series Video included

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A good time brings a large crowd out on a Saturday night, especially for some country music fans.

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Turin Man Gets Text Asking Him to Protest President's Visit Video included

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"Hello this is Daquan, leader of the Black Lives Matter campaign." That's the text Turin resident Bruce Schmitt's wife received last week from the supposed leader of the Watertown-area Black Lives Matter movement.. 

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Miss Thousand Islands 2019 Crowned

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We have a new Miss Thousand Islands 2019. Morgan Johnson of Lakewood in western New York won the crown at last night's pageant.

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Town Of Lyme And Chaumont Village Offices Closed Monday

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Town of Lyme and Chaumont village offices will be closed Monday.

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Sports: Red & Black Blowout Carthage Revolution Video included

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A big Northeastern Football Alliance showdown in Carthage Saturday night as the Revolution hosted the Watertown Red and Black.

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State Police: Former Foster Parents Accused of Sex Crimes

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A former Watertown couple is accused of sex crimes. 

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Video: Auditioning for "Annie" Video included

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"It's a hard knock life" if you're auditioning for the musical Annie.

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A Night for Brews at the Thompson Park Zoo Video included

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Brew at the Zoo. It's one of the only times kids aren't allowed at Thompson Park Zoo and it draws quite a crowd. 

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Town History on Display for "Martinsburg Day" Video included

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The town of Martinsburg celebrated its heritage with it's namesake, Martinsburg Day. 

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A Celebration of Henderson's Heritage Video included

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Saturday was the 13th Annual Henderson Heritage Day. 

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Beating Victim In Coma, Family Member Says Video included

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Two of the three victims of a vicious baseball bat attack in Massena are in medically-induced comas. That's the word from a family member of two of the victims.

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Farmers Weigh In On Dry Weather Video included

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Even a few inches of rain recently has been a relief for farmers, but it depends on who you talk to. 

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What's Next For North Side Improvement League Video included

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As the North Side Improvement League building goes to a new owner, the non-profit goes to the wayside. But, money from the sale will start something new.

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Blast From The Past: 1990 German Shepherds Video included

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This week on Blast from the Past, we go back to September 1990 when then-reporter Nick Toma told us about an Evans Mills family and their passion for German shepherds. 

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SU's Carrier Dome Adopts New Security Measures Video included

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If you're a fan of the Orange, there are some new security measures coming to the Carrier Dome. 

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Getting Free Backpacks, School Supplies Ready For Students Video included

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The annual backpack drive is underway at the Watertown Urban Mission.  

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Teens Accused Of Menacing Pair With Pocket Knives

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Two teenagers were arrested after they allegedly threatened two people Wednesday in the town of Canton.

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Hogansburg Man Sentenced In Contraband Cigarette Case

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A Hogansburg man is going to prison for just over a year after he admitted to selling contraband cigarettes.

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Carthage Native Evolves From Lacrosse Field To The Stage Video included

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A former Carthage lacrosse player will again perform in front of a hometown crowd, this time with a guitar in his hand. 

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South Colton Man Accused Of Seriously Injuring 3 With Baseball Bat In Massena Video included

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A 33 year old South Colton man is accused of using a baseball bat to seriously injure three men in Massena Thursday morning. 

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Second Man Charged In Brasher Pellet Gun Shooting

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A second man has been arrested in connection with the pellet gun shooting of a woman in the town of Brasher. 

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Ogdensburg Man Arrested In Meth Lab Explosion

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A 53 year old Ogdensburg man has been arrested in connection with a meth lab explosion in his apartment. 

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Celebrating The Opening Of Habitat for Humanity's ReStore Video included

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A celebration was held Thursday to gear up for the opening of Thousand Islands Area Habitat for Humanity's ReStore. 

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General Piatt Comes Home From Iraq

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Major General Walter Piatt is back home at Fort Drum. 

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Lundy Now Owns North Side Improvement League

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Local developer Mike Lundy now owns Watertown's North Side Improvement League. 

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Officials Dispel Rumors In Massena School Prank Video included

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Massena Police Chief Adam Love, St. Lawrence County District Attorney Gary Pasqua and Massena Central School District Superintendent Patrick Brady said Thursday that they want to dispel rumors surrounding a prank at the school. 

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CAPC Offices Closed Due To Water Line Break Video included

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A water problem is forcing the Community Action Planning Council (CAPC) to close up shop for the day. 

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NY: Drink Water, Not Sugary Beverages Video included

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They're sweet and taste good, but are not good for you. There's a new campaign that's saying no to sugary drinks. 

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Grant Sought To Renovate Watertown Building Video included

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Renovating a downtown Watertown building - that's what the new owners of 75 Public Square, the former Wind and Wire building, want to do.  

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Improvements Celebrated At East Hills Apartments Video included

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The 2018 Summer Bash was capped off with a ribbon cutting ceremony. 

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Atlantic Testing & OSHA Reach Settlement In Employee's Death

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has reached a final settlement with a Canton company in the wake of an employee's death. 

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Traffic Advisory: State Route 180, South Of Dexter

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If you're driving on State Route 180 near Dexter during the next couple of days, you could encounter some roadwork.

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Court Papers: Canton Man Confesses To Setting Canton Dairy Queen Fire Video included

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A Canton man has confessed to setting the Canton Dairy Queen on fire early Sunday morning. That's according to court papers.

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Deputies Say Teens Did Thousands In Damage

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Three Harrisville teens did thousands of dollars in damage to a home and church, according to a statement Wednesday night from the Lewis County Sheriff's Office. 

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Dexter Swimsuit Manufacturer Is Closing Video included

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After 30 years in business, a company that makes bathing suits in Dexter is closing. 

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New Medicare Cards Are Arriving By Mail Video included

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Medicare recipients are getting new cards in the mail. They'll help protect seniors' identities.

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Teen's Business Takes The Cake Video included

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There's a young face behind a sweet business in the north country. She's a teen making and selling cupcakes while getting ready for her senior year of high school.

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New Business Coming To Massena

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A new manufacturer is moving into the Massena Industrial Park. AmTech Yarns will be part of a $3.7 million project to put it in a new facility. 

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Feds Award $700K For Airport Industrial Park Video included

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The federal government has granted more than $700,000 to help develop an industrial park at Watertown International Airport. 

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Canton, Potsdam & Massena Lose Out On DRI Money Video included

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St. Lawrence County once again finds itself shut out in the Downtown Revitalization competition.

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Sports Complex Ready For Action Video included

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St. Lawrence Centre owners say they're serious about elevating the mall's game. It starts with a new indoor Sports Complex. 

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Barbara Webber Named Athena Award Winner Video included

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It's an award that honors a woman who gives back to her community and helps women realize their full leadership potential. 

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Alleged Copper Wire Theft Leads To Arrests

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Two Ogdensburg men are accused of stealing four spools of copper wire from a Lisbon solar project. 

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Watertown Man Arrested In Watertown Drug Raid

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A Watertown man who was the focus of a drug investigation is in Jefferson County jail. 

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10th Mountain Division Band Plays For Seniors Video included

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Soldiers with the 10th Mountain Division band played for seniors at Ives Hill Retirement Community in Watertown.   

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Plan Gets Nod To Turn Friendly's Into Urgent Care

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The Watertown city planning board recommended approving a plan to transform a former restaurant site on Arsenal Street. 

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Scattered Showers & Muggy Video included

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Wednesday will be another warm, muggy day. 

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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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On & Off Rain Followed By A Nice, Less Humid Weekend Video included

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It looks as if it will be a gorgeous weekend, but we have to get through a rainy, muggy Friday first. 

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Sunshine On The Way & A Little Less Muggy Video included

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It will be muggy Thursday, but not as oppressive as yesterday.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued For Jefferson County

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The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for central Jefferson County. 

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A Couple Sunny Days With Maybe A Touch Of Rain Video included

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You might run into some patchy fog on your Wednesday morning commute, but it probably won't be around long. 

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Flash Flood Warning Issued For Part Of Jefferson, Oswego Counties

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A flash flood warning has been issued for south central Jefferson County and north central Oswego County until 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. 

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Rain Today, Sunshine Tomorrow Video included

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Rain will be on and off Tuesday and it could be heavy at times, especially through the afternoon.

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President Trump, Vice President Arrive At Fort Drum Video included

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Anticipation starts to build for President Donald Trump's visit to Fort Drum Monday afternoon. 

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Vice President To Join Trump At Fort Drum Video included

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7 News has learned that Vice President Mike Pence will join the president when he visits Fort Drum Monday.

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President Trump Comes To Fort Drum Monday

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President Trump comes to Fort Drum Monday.at the invitation of congresswoman Elise Stefanik. While here, he'll sign the National Defense Authorization Act for the coming year. 

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Best Chance Of Rain? Looks Like Tuesday Video included

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There's a pretty good chance the north country will see some rain Monday, but there probably won't be a lot of it. There's an even better chance on Tuesday, when we might see thunderstorms, too. It will be humid and highs will be around 80 both days. Highs will stay around 80 for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There's a small chance of rain Wednesday and Thursday, but both days should be mostly sunny. Friday will be cloudy with a chance of rain and Saturday wil... More>>

Sunny & Fairly Pleasant Through The Weekend Video included

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It will still be on the humid side Friday, but not as oppressive as other days this week.

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One Ends, One Begins: A Tale Of Two Tournaments Video included

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Two youth baseball tournaments, both inspired out of tragedy, seem to be passing the torch as one ends and another is just beginning. 

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Teams Ready For High School Gridiron Video included

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The high school football season begins when practice starts up next Monday. 

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Fog To Start, Sunshine At The End Video included

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You could run into some patchy fog during your morning commute, but that will burn off quickly as the sun comes up.

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  • ObituariesMore>>

  • Richard J. “Dick” Boprey, 81, of Norwood

    Richard J. “Dick” Boprey, 81, of Norwood

    Friday, August 17 2018 4:48 PM EDT2018-08-17 20:48:19 GMT

    NORWOOD – Graveside services for 81 year old Richard J. “Dick” Boprey, a resident of 35 Park Street, Norwood will be held Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 9 a.m. in the Riverside Cemetery, Norwood.

    NORWOOD – Graveside services for 81 year old Richard J. “Dick” Boprey, a resident of 35 Park Street, Norwood will be held Tuesday, August 21, 2018 at 9 a.m. in the Riverside Cemetery, Norwood.

  • Craig R. “Pean” Cole, 62, of Helena

    Craig R. “Pean” Cole, 62, of Helena

    Friday, August 17 2018 4:08 PM EDT2018-08-17 20:08:57 GMT

    HELENA – After a short and courageous battle with cancer, Craig R. “Pean” Cole, 62, of North Road, passed away Wednesday evening, August 15, 2018 at his home with the love and support of his family at his side. 

    HELENA – After a short and courageous battle with cancer, Craig R. “Pean” Cole, 62, of North Road, passed away Wednesday evening, August 15, 2018 at his home with the love and support of his family at his side. 

  • Daniel G. Wells 71, of Ogdensburg

    Daniel G. Wells 71, of Ogdensburg

    Friday, August 17 2018 3:16 PM EDT2018-08-17 19:16:02 GMT

    Funeral services for Daniel G. Wells, age 71 of Ogdensburg will be held on Tuesday (Aug 21, 2018) at 5:00pm at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home with Pastor Gail DeHart officiating. 

    Funeral services for Daniel G. Wells, age 71 of Ogdensburg will be held on Tuesday (Aug 21, 2018) at 5:00pm at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home with Pastor Gail DeHart officiating. 

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