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Grant To Help Combat Youth Opioid Use Video included

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Students in Jefferson County report abusing prescription drugs, heroin, and methamphetamine more often than the national average. 

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Car & SUV Crash In Town Of Pamelia

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A car rolled over and an SUV wound up in a ditch along State Route 12 in the town of Pamelia Tuesday evening. 

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Chilly Morning, Warm Afternoon Video included

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With temperatures in the 40s and 50s, Wednesday morning might feel like spring, but it will feel like summer again by afternoon. 

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Rapids Advance, Can-Am Hosts Big Blocks Video included

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The Watertown Rapids were able to expand their two-game lead to three in action at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds Tuesday night.

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Fashion Show Highlights Cancer Survivors Video included

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Women and girls lined up today at the American Legion in Carthage for the Strut the Runway Fashion Show.

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Development Authority Interested In Vanduzee Street Land Video included

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7 News has learned that the Development Authority of the North Country is considering bidding on a piece of land on Vanduzee Street in Watertown.

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Watertown Businessman Warns Of Apparent Scam Video included

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It appeared to be a call from National Grid, It sounded like a call from National Grid. But it wasn't National Grid. It appears to be a scam phone call that one local man received.

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Gillibrand Pushes Legislation To Create Jobs Video included

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Can your town become an official "manufacturing community?"

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Massena Hospital CEO Resigns Video included

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Massena town Supervisor Steve O’Shaughnessy announced Robert Wolleben's resignation in a release sent out Monday. 

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Fort Drum Remembers Fallen Soldiers Video included

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More than 300 Fort Drum soldiers who died serving our country were remembered Tuesday.

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North Country Jobless Rate Improves

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The month of May was a good one for the north country when it comes to the unemployment rate.

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Minna Anthony Nature Center Officially Reopens Video included

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The Minna Anthony Common Nature Center reopened Tuesday. State park officials hope it help get kids interested in the great outdoors.

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Vice President Visits Syracuse, Faces Supporters & Protesters

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Vice President Mike Pence was in Syracuse Tuesday and faced protesters.

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Just Face It: Double Rainbow

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This week on Just Face It, 7 News received several pictures on Facebook of a double rainbow in the sky Monday. 

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Army Splits With Soldier Who Tweeted 'Communism Will Win'

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A West Point cadet who tweeted pictures of himself at graduation with the message "communism will win" is out of the Army with an other-than-honorable discharge.

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State Health Department To Call For Pot Legalization

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New York's top health official says a long-awaited state report on marijuana will recommend state legalization.

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Johnson Withdraws Property Offer After Council Tables Decision Video included

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A local businessman has pulled his offer to buy a piece of land on Watertown's Vanduzee Street after lawmakers say they want more time. 

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Nick Bosma Is At Home Around The Diamond Video included

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Nick Bosma has been a jack of all trades for the Watertown Rapids. 

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New Businesses Opening In Downtown Watertown Video included

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As summer weather sets in, Watertown's downtown is roaring to life with half a dozen businesses are opening within the next few weeks.

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Massena Man Sentenced In Child Sexual Assault Case

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A 27 year old Massena is going to prison in connection with the sexual assault of a young girl.

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Woman Gets 30 Years In Prison In Child Porn Case

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A third person involved in a child pornography case with ties to northern New York is going to prison.

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Prosecution Rests Case In Breault Rape Trial

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The prosecution rested its case Monday in the rape trial of Joseph Breault in St. Lawrence County Court.

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Getting Westcott Beach State Park Ready For Summer Video included

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As we get through this summer-like forecast - crews are getting ready for summer - putting back what Mother Nature took away last season.

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Ogdensburg To Canadians: Please Keep Visiting Us Video included

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Ogdensburg wants Canadians to know we still love them. And their money. The chamber of commerce is taking the lead.

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Summer Snow? Video included

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It looks like snow. You've likely noticed the white, fluffy things flying through the air and accumulating on the ground.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Riverledge, Vandalism & Canada Video included

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Riverledge Residence in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County's only remaining adult home, is closing and 28 people will need to find a new place to live. You shared your thoughts on that story and others in the news.

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Boonville Man Injured In Motorcycle Crash

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A Boonville man was injured Monday when his motorcycle struck a pickup truck. 

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Syracuse Woman Accused Of Trying To Sneak Drug Into Prison

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A Syracuse woman was charged after she allegedly tried to smuggle a drug into the state prison in Gouverneur. 

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Woman Charged With Breaking Into Gouverneur Home

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A Gouverneur man was surprised when he woke up last Friday and allegedly saw a woman standing in his bedroom. 

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Hali Ielfield Places 4th In Nationals Video included

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After her fourth-place finish in the New Balance Nationals Championship Division Sunday, South Lewis runner Hali Ielfield is pleased with her final run as a high school athlete.

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Rapids Down Trail Blazers

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The Watertown Rapids improved their Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League standing to 10-3 following a win on the road Sunday. 

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A Father's Day Tradition, Cruise-in in Constableville Video included

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Cars lined up, just waiting to be admired. Some shiny, others showing their age, but all on display at the annual Father's Day craft fair and cruise-in Sunday in Constableville. 

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Instead of Relay For Life, St. Lawrence County is Showing the "Colors of Cancer" Video included

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Over 100 people in tie-die shirts came out to the Dobisky Visitor Center in Ogdensburg Saturday morning for the first-ever St. Lawrence County Colors of Cancer Walk - a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society.

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Groups Pushing to Raise Tobacco Age to 21 Statewide Video included

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Prominent health groups are joining together in a push to raise the age to buy tobacco in New York State. 

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Saturday Sports: Carthage Revolution Starts Home Season Video included

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The Carthage Revolution opened the home portion of their 2018 Northeastern Football Alliance season Saturday night at Carthage High School hosting Auburn.

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Learn What it Takes to Get Through A 'Day on the Farm' Video included

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Do you have what it takes to be a farmer? Many people put their skills to the test at the third annual Day on the Farm at North Harbor Dairy in the town of Hounsfield Saturday.

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Saturday: Wrapping Up Strawberry Festival in Adams Video included

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Wrapping up the Annual Strawberry Festival in Adams Saturday. 

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Widespread Legalized Sports Betting Stalled in Albany Video included

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The Supreme Court ruled in favor of sports betting - leaving it up to each state to decide if they want it; and although New Jersey has already jumped on the bandwagon, a bill to widely legalize sports betting in New York is unlikely to pass by the time lawmakers end their annual session this Wednesday. 

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Deputies: Cemetery Thief Busted

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A cemetery thief stole flowers and ornaments from the Evans Mills Cemetery and got caught when one of the victims installed a camera at the cemetery, the Jefferson County Sheriff's office announced Friday night. 

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Cryptocurrency Miners Continue To Power Up In Massena Video included

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Cryptocurrency miners continue to build in Massena. Cheap electricity is the key to hunting for Bitcoin. 

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Dems Bank On Health Care As Election Strategy Video included

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With less than two weeks to go before finding out which Democrat will challenge incumbent Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik, the issue of health care is front and center. 

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Alleged Rapist In Jail Accused Of Probation Violation

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Storm Rivera, accused of raping a woman at a Potsdam fraternity house party in November, is back in jail after he allegedly violated his probation.  

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Cape Vincent Woman Dead In 1-Car Crash

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A Cape Vincent woman is dead following a one-car crash in the town of Clayton Thursday night.

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Watertown's Longtime DPW Chief Hits The Road Video included

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Gene Hayes is hanging up his hat in the city of Watertown's Department of Public Works after 31 years. 

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Clerical Snafu Sidelines R&B Video included

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Watertown Red & Black Head Coach George Ashcraft had a tough choice to make: play with 10 players short or forfeit a game. 

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Strawberry Farm Opens For Final Season Video included

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Valerie Farr is working her last season at Best By Farr strawberry farm in Evans Mills.

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Everything's Sweet At Adams Strawberry Fest Video included

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It's one of the sweetest events of the year. 

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New Playground Delights Cape Vincent Youngsters Video included

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There's a new place for kids to play in Cape Vincent. 

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Blast From The Past: First Wizards Game Video included

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At this week's Blast From The Past, we look back on the Watertown Wizards first baseball game in 1999. 

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TI Bridge Featured On Beer Cans

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Now you can drink in the beauty of the Thousand Islands Bridge. 

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Troopers Ask For Help Finding Beer-Stealing Suspect

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Police are looking for a man they say stole a six-pack of beer from the Potsdam Wal-Mart last month. 

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Fort Drum Helicopter In On-The-Ground Accident

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A Fort Drum Blackhawk helicopter was involved in an accident on the ground while refueling at Griffiss International Airport Thursday night.

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Child In Truck-Buggy Crash Critical, Police Say

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State police say a child injured Wednesday night in an accident between an Amish buggy and a pickup truck is in critical condition at a Syracuse hospital. 

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Missing Norwood Teen Found

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A Norwood teenager missing for about a week was found safe early Friday morning. 

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Man Dies In Town Of DeKalb Crash

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An Ogdensburg man is dead following a one-vehicle crash in the town of DeKalb Thursday night. 

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1 Person Injured In Accident Near Burrville

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Crews responded to a one-vehicle accident in the town of Watertown Thursday night. 

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A Nice June Day In The North Country Video included

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The day starts out cool with a mix of sun and clouds, but we'll be back to warm and sunny by afternoon. 

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LeRay Zoning Change Nixed Video included

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Town of LeRay residents were ready to fight when they showed up for a public hearing on a proposal to change zoning in a residential section of State Route 3. 

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South Lewis Sisters Head To Track Nationals Video included

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The Ielfield sisters of South Lewis have made a name for themselves in track and cross country locally and are now taking their running abilities to a national level.

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Man Charged In Death Of Lacey Yekel Video included

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A man has been charged in the death of a Massena woman whose body was found nearly four years ago. 

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Police Investigate Meth Lab In Massena Apartment Building

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Police say they're on the scene of a methamphetamine lab in the village of Massena.

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Cleaning Up After The Storm Video included

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Clean up is underway in the village of Harrisville, one of the worst hit places, after severe thunderstorms and powerful winds rolled through the north country Wednesday night.

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Traffic Study Planned For Bus Garage Project Video included

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There's another hurdle to jump for the bus garage project in the town of Watertown. Town officials now want a traffic study done.

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Fort Drum Officials Investigate Suspicious Package

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Fort Drum emergency officials have closed the building that houses the post office because of a suspicious package. 

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Rotary Club Raises Funds To Help Disaster Victims Video included

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A local organization's fundraising will help provide shelter for at least two families displaced by natural disaster.

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Father & Son Hurt In Truck-Buggy Crash

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A father and son were taken to Canton-Potsdam Hospital after their Amish buggy was struck by a pickup truck Wednesday night.

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Local Groups Unite In Fight Against Opioid Crisis

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Fighting the opioid crisis was the subject of a workshop held by the North Country Council of Social Agencies Thursday.

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Maggie's To Open Restaurant, Bar On Fort Drum Video included

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Maggie's on the River has introduced plans for Maggie's on the Mountain.

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Elks Lodge, Queen Of Hearts & Giving Back Video included

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It was a big jackpot and now it's a big help for nonprofits in the north country. It's the Queen of Hearts.

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Fort Drum Soldiers, Families Enjoy Riverfest Video included

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Thousands of Fort Drum soldiers and their families spent Thursday by the river for Riverfest in Alexandria Bay.

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Griffo Leads Bipartisan Push For Term Limits

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A bipartisan group of state lawmakers is pushing for term limits on all elected state offices in New York, including the Legislature. 

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Workers Rupture Ogdensburg Gas Line

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Contractors renovating Ogdensburg’s Mosaic Building at 102 Ford Street ruptured a natural gas line Thursday morning. 

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Wednesday Night Storms Leave Damage In Their Wake Video included

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Strong and damaging thunderstorms rolled though the north country Wednesday night. 

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Revolution Ready For First Home Game Video included

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The Carthage Revolution is ready to perform in front of the home crowd when they open up their home schedule at Carthage High School on Saturday. 

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Rapids Back At The Fairgrounds Friday After Wednesday Rain-Out

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The Watertown Rapids game against the Adirondack Trailblazers at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds was postponed because of rain Wednesday night.

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Cool, Gray & Maybe A Bit Damp Video included

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There could be a few lingering showers Thursday after storms swept through the area Wednesday night. 

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'Edge' Raises More Than $50K For United Way

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The United Way tripled the money raised from its "Over the Edge" event. 

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Criminal Charges Pending In Prank At Massena School

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Officials anticipate criminal charges will be filed against the students who took part in an alleged senior prank at Massena Central School.

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Alleged Victim Testifies In Breault Rape Trial Video included

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Did Joseph Breault rape and molest women during two decades? Or is the Massena man a victim of elaborately concocted charges? Those are the questions for the jury in St. Lawrence County.

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No Injuries Reported In School Bus Crash

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A school bus full of youngsters was involved in an accident in the city of Watertown Wednesday.

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Storms Coming To NNY Tonight

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It promises to be a stormy night in the north country. 

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Work Begins Soon On JCC Campus In Lewis County Video included

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It's progress on a $4 million project that will provide training programs for Lewis County residents. We're talking about Jefferson Community College's education center in Lewis County.

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Stefanik Might Get Vote On Immigration Reform Video included

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik wants a vote on immigration reform and it looks like she might get it.

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Carthage Plant's Operators Optimistic Plant Will Remain Open

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Carthage Specialty Paperboard (CSP) officials say they remain optimistic the plant will remain open. That's even though they sent a letter to employees cautioning them the plant could close in mid to late July. 

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Gillibrand Tries To Get Back Money For 'Ripped Off' Farmers

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand says farmers have been "ripped off" by an insurance program.

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Fort Drum Soldier Climbing To New Heights Video included

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A sergeant in the 10th Mountain Division is reaching new heights in the name of community service.

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Assembly Passes Bill On Vehicle Registry Sites Video included

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A bill to protect drivers registering their cars from paying too much has passed in the state Assembly.

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Police Seek Info On Missing Norwood Teen

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State police are asking for help finding a teen missing from Norwood. 

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Opening Statements Heard In Breault Rape Trial

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A jury of 11 women and one man heard opening arguments in the St. Lawrence County Court rape trial of Joseph Breault. 

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No-Bail Bill Passes Assembly, Faces Tough Going In Senate

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The New York state Assembly has voted to eliminate the requirement for cash bail in most criminal cases.

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Bill Would Raise Minimum Tanning Age To 18

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New York is poised to prohibit anyone under the age of 18 from using indoor tanning booths.

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Jefferson County Residents Say Economy's Better, Survey Shows Video included

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The way people look at Jefferson County's economy is steadily improving.

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Tiernan Ends Stellar High School Career With Home Run Video included

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When Madrid-Waddington lost to Fort Plain in the New York State baseball final four, it ended the high school career of an impressive student athlete.

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Rapids Take 2nd Straight Win Over Geneva

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The Watertown Rapids advanced to 8-2 for the season after defeating Geneva on the road in Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League action Tuesday night. 

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'Major Drug Players' Indicted

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Two Watertown men, described as "major drug players" in Jefferson County, are behind bars.

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Empire State Mine Officially Opens In Fowler Video included

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A century old mine in St. Lawrence County is back in operation after years.

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Air Brake President Leaves, Announces Replacement Video included

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New York Air Brake President Michael Hawthorne is leaving his job for a similar post within the same parent company. 

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Clarkson Grad Named New Leader Of Air Brake

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New York Air Brake officially announced its appointment of Ulisses Camilo as president and CEO.

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Opening Statements Expected Wednesday In Rape Trial

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A jury has been seated in the trial of a Massena man accused of raping a 10 year old more than two decades ago and then raping a 34 year old woman 12 years later.

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Canton HS Grad To Take Over As District Superintendent Video included

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Canton schools will get a new superintendent this summer and Edwards-Knox will be looking for one.

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Meet Save The River's Interim Leader Video included

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Save The River has a new interim executive director.

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Youngsters Enjoy Finger Painting At Library Video included

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It's a creative way of keeping the little ones occupied during the summer months.

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Lewis County 'Team' Helps People Deal With Crisis Video included

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It's a new team to help Lewis County residents when they experience a sudden loss. 

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Lake Levels High, But Way Below Last Year, IJC Says

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Water levels on Lake Ontario are higher than average, but nearly two feet below this time last year. 

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St. Lawrence County's Last Adult Home Closing Video included

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St. Lawrence County's last adult home is closing and 28 people will need to find a new place to live. 

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Rapids Up Record To 7-2 With Win At Home Video included

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It was a come-from-behind victory for the Watertown Rapids as they faced the Geneva Red Wings at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds Monday night.

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Canadians React To Trump, Trudeau Comments Video included

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How do Canadians feel about the comments between President Trump and Prime Minster Trudeau?

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9 Candidates Remain In Watertown City Manager Search Video included

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Watertown City Council is in the process of interviewing nine candidates for the position of city manager.

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Petition Circulated To Stop Rezoning In LeRay Video included

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Homeowners in the town of LeRay are fighting plans to rezone their neighborhood.

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Potsdam Sees Flurry Of Development Video included

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The village of Potsdam is seeing a flurry of development activity as the local hospital plans a new outpatient facility and national retail and restaurant chains are moving in.

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Sackets Harbor Tailor Remembers Times With Anthony Bourdain Video included

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A tailor from the north country knew Anthony Bourdain down to the exact measurements.

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Save The River Names Interim Leader

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Save The River announced Monday that John Peach has been appointed to serve as the executive director and Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper in an interim capacity until a new director has been hired. John has resigned from his position on the board of directors to serve in this interim role. The search process for the next executive director has already begun, overseen by a search committee chaired by Diane Leonard, secretary of the board. John joined Save The River’s board in 200... More>>

Your Turn: Feedback On Convention Center, Adoption, Swimsuits & More Video included

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Could a convention center/athletic facility be coming to the town of Watertown? You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Canadian Agency To Investigate Ship Grounding

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A Canadian news service is reporting that a federal agency north of the border is investigating the grounding of a ship in the St. Lawrence Seaway last month. 

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Senator Wants Bus Cameras To Catch Drivers Passing Illegally

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A New York state senator wants to use cameras to catch motorists who illegally pass stopped school buses. 

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State Warns About Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

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New York state has launched a plan to help boost awareness of mosquito-borne diseases and how to avoid them this summer. 

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Office For The Aging Cancels Advisory Council Meeting

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The St. Lawrence County Office for the Aging has canceled the advisory council meeting scheduled for Monday morning. It was going be held at the Clifton-Fine Community Center.

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Man Charged Following Alleged Potsdam Disturbance

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A Wayne County man faces several charges after he allegedly caused a disturbance at a downtown Potsdam residence. 

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A Celebration of Life for a Man Who "Was Always Willing to Help" Video included

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The sun was shining a light on a crowd people Sunday as they honored the life of a Watertown man, 31 year old Anthony Ubriaco. 

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Sunday Sports: Watertown Rapids Fall To Capital City Video included

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The Watertown Rapids had a Sunday afternoon affair at the Alex Duffy Fairgrounds hosting the Capital City Reds.

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New Bassmaster Contract Could Be Big Catch for Waddington Video included

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Waddington could make history again with its Bassmaster Elite tournament. It's considering a four-year deal to bring it back year after year. Bassmaster confirms that's a bigger deal than they have with any community. “Anglers feel welcomed here. We love it here," Waddington Mayor Janet Otto-Cassada said. "Thank god we've worked with the committee to make it a renowned area to come for fishing.” Waddington already has the record for attendance. This year, it wi...

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More Than 3K People Attend Food & Wine Fest in Clayton Video included

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Food is fine, and plenty of wine... Sunday was the last day of the Great New York State Food and Wine Festival in Clayton. More than 3,000 people came through the doors of Cerow Arena to try out the vendors. Around 20 of the vendors were from the north country Since this festival has been every year for a while now, some people like Keitha Dorr, from Dexter, repeatedly put it on their summer to do list. "A lot of fun the first year we did it. It's our annual kind of thi...

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Boys of Summer: Celebrating Watertown's History of Baseball Video included

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It was a celebration of the history of minor league and collegiate league baseball at the Jefferson County Historical Society Saturday. 

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Section III: Belleville-Henderson, Sandy Creek Advance to Sectional Title Games Video included

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North Country Section III teams hit the Saturday in hopes of leaving Memorial Day weekend with sectional titles.  

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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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Cooler, Less Humid & Sunny Video included

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We have a string of nice days ahead. 

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A Rough Ride Monday, Then Smooth Sailing The Rest Of The Week Video included

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It's going to be hot and humid Monday and when heat and moisture build up, that means thunderstorms are possible. 

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McLeod's Forecast: Showers On The Way Video included

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The  NYS DEC has issued an AIR QUALITY ALERT  for JEFFERSON COUNTY until 11pm.

Those with respiratory and/ or heart problems should be advised to avoid outdoor activity.

Lots of moisture in the air means localized downpours with the upcoming rain.

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Accident Closes Highway In Clayton

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An accident closed down a section of Route 12E in the town of Clayton overnight.

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Thursday Night: One Dead In SLC Accident

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One person was killed Thursday night when a vehicle went off Route 812 in the Town of DeKalb. 

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Scattered Showers, With T-Storms Possible Video included

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We have a day of rain to interrupt our string of sunny days. 

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Sunny Today, Rainy Tomorrow Video included

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Despite the brisk start, Tuesday might be a good day to head to the beach.

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More Summer-Like Weather Ahead Video included

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You might need a light jacket or sweater early Monday, but you'll be able to shed it by afternoon. 

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  • William James Eddy, 79, of Deferiet

    William James Eddy, 79, of Deferiet

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 3:58 PM EDT2018-06-19 19:58:13 GMT

    Deferiet, NY - William James Eddy, 79, of 70 Riverside Drive, died Saturday, June 16, 2018 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse.

    Deferiet, NY - William James Eddy, 79, of 70 Riverside Drive, died Saturday, June 16, 2018 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse.

  • Anita L. Sampier, 80, of Colton

    Anita L. Sampier, 80, of Colton

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 3:55 PM EDT2018-06-19 19:55:25 GMT

    COLTON—Arrangements for 80 year old Anita L. Sampier, a resident of 9 Hull Street, Colton, are incomplete at this time with the Buck Funeral Home in Colton.

    COLTON—Arrangements for 80 year old Anita L. Sampier, a resident of 9 Hull Street, Colton, are incomplete at this time with the Buck Funeral Home in Colton.

  • Rebecca Adeline Gerene Rhodes, 26, of Henderson

    Rebecca Adeline Gerene Rhodes, 26, of Henderson

    Tuesday, June 19 2018 3:29 PM EDT2018-06-19 19:29:56 GMT

    Rebecca Adeline Gerene Rhodes, 26, Henderson, beloved daughter to Gary and Jolene Rhodes and sister to Amanda Bast and Jonathan Rhodes, passed away at home on Sunday, June 17th.

    Rebecca Adeline Gerene Rhodes, 26, Henderson, beloved daughter to Gary and Jolene Rhodes and sister to Amanda Bast and Jonathan Rhodes, passed away at home on Sunday, June 17th.

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