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Man Injured In Armed Robbery In Potsdam

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Suspects are reportedly in custody following an armed robbery in Potsdam Thursday afternoon.

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Owner Of Pete's Trattoria To Open Eatery In Downtown Watertown Video included

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A new place to eat, backed by a well-known restaurateur, is coming to downtown Watertown.

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Habitat For Humanity Looks To Open 'ReStore' Video included

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A ReStore may be coming to Watertown. Never heard of it? Well, ReStores offer bargains on building materials to help Habitat for Humanity.

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Woman Was Allegedly Drunk When She Struck Police Car

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Bail is set at $5,000 for a Watertown woman accused of backing into a police vehicle while drunk.

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What's At Stake In Massena Hospital's Lawsuit With BOCES

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Massena Memorial Hospital has sued BOCES over bill payments for school teachers. It's a dispute pitting two of the region's largest institutions against each other.

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Carthage Expands Its Pre-K Program Video included

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A north country school is expanding its pre-K program with help from the state.

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Dealing With Allergies Video included

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With cooler weather on the way, allergies are starting to kick in.

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Lowville Residents Sound Off About Power Lines Video included

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There's a power line problem in Lewis County. A wind developer wants to put in more than 3 miles of transmission line above ground in the town of Lowville but residents want to bury the idea.

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NY Air Brake Helps Kids Launch Pumpkins Video included

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Clayton is getting ready to launch some pumpkins!

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7 News Hosts Debate of Watertown City Council Candidates

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The four Watertown city council candidates on the November 7 ballot will square off in a debate on 7 News.

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Potsdam Village Offices To Close For Ruth Garner's Funeral

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Village offices at the Potsdam Civic Center will be closed Monday. 

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3 Inmates Accused Of Having Contraband In Jail

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Three St. Lawrence County jail inmates each face a felony charge after allegedly promoting prison contraband. 

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Troopers Ask For Help In Larceny Investigation

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State police are asking for help as they investigate a theft at a Watertown store. 

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Ogdensburg Courts Canadian Businesses Video included

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Ogdensburg is making a renewed push to attract more Canadian business. 

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Will Hancock Improvements Hurt North Country Airports? Video included

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Hancock International Airport in Syracuse will be getting a makeover, making it more modern and spacious for travelers. 

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Tragically Hip Fans Mourn Lead Singer's Death Video included

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Many in Canada and the north country are mourning the loss of a rock music icon.  

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Highlights & Scores: More From Section 3 Soccer Postseason Video included

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It was another day with plenty of action on the soccer pitch Wednesday.

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Clayton Man Dies In Accident

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A man was airlifted to a Syracuse hospital following a serious accident in the town of Alexandria Wednesday.

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Former Potsdam Mayor Ruth Garner Passes Away At 101 Video included

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A woman who served years as the mayor of Potsdam has passed away.

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Man Accused Of Possessing 41 Pounds of Marijuana

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A Hogansburg man pulled over for speeding on Interstate 81 in Jefferson County is accused of having 41 pounds of marijuana in his vehicle.

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4 In Ogdensburg Accused Of Making Meth

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Four Ogdensburg residents are accused of making methamphetamine.

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Ogdensburg Man Arrested On Meth Making Charges

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A domestic incident in Ogdensburg ended with a city man being accused of making methamphetamine.

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Ex Watertown Police Officer Released From Prison

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A former Watertown city police officer is out of state prison after serving most of a 12 to 15 year term for attempted murder and kidnapping.

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Local Jails React To Cuomo's Solitary Confinement Plan Video included

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A new rule proposed by Governor Cuomo is aimed at local jails and inmates who are in solitary confinement.

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Watertown Council Candidate, Mayor Disagree Over Charter Commission

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Watertown City Council candidate Ryan Henry Wilkinson is asking Mayor Joe Butler to establish a charter commission.

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Judge Rules Against Tribe's Deal With Drug Maker Video included

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It's a setback in federal court for a company giving millions of dollars to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe. Dry-eye drug patents sold to the tribe have been ruled invalid.

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North Country Donations Continue To Go To Puerto Rico Video included

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A month after Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico, donations from the north country continue to pour in. We checked back in with an Evans Mills pastor and restaurant owner who has been collecting donations.

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Fort Drum Soldiers Welcomed Home Video included

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Fort Drum soldiers are home after a deployment. We follow one woman, who was waiting to see her husband.

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Artist Features Old Woodruff Hotel On Annual Christmas Ornament Video included

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The old Woodruff Hotel was once a landmark in downtown Watertown, but was demolished decades ago. Now, it lives on in the art of Thelma Hamilton.

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Passing Stopped School Buses Is Dangerous -- And Costly Video included

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Motorists who don't stop for stopped school buses is a problem plaguing many north country school districts -- and it happens as often as seven to eight times a week.

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Dissolving Harrisville Could Save Village Taxpayers More Than 50% Video included

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Harrisville residents have learned they could save a lot of money in taxes if the village dissolves into the town of Diana. 

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Fort Drum To Welcome Home Aviation Brigade Video included

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A ceremony Wednesday morning will welcome back Fort Drum soldiers. 

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Power Outage Causes 2-Hour Delay In Carthage

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Power is out for about 50 electric customers in the town of Champion, including Carthage Central School District buildings. 

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Highlights & Scores: Section 3 Soccer Postseason Kicks Off Video included

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The Section 3 soccer postseason got underway Tuesday as both boys' and girls' high school teams hit the pitch.

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Career Fair Draws Recruiters To Campus Video included

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Unemployment is low nationwide, but interest in career fairs is high. 

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Just Face It: A Heart Attack Survival Story Video included

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On August 28, Kevin Ardison of Croghan suffered cardiac arrest. 

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Stefanik Likely to Support Healthcare Deal Reached By Senators

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North country congresswoman Elise Stefanik will likely back a bipartisan deal struck Tuesday to extend the subsidies which are critical to the survival of Obamacare.  

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Council Candidates Differ on Firefighter Pay Pitch Video included

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The candidates for Watertown city council had a variety of reactions Tuesday to news that the firefighters union sought substantial raises for the last three years - and a provision to be paid $500 for each quarter of the year a union member doesn't call in sick.

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Casino Island, Off A. Bay, Closed, Damaged By High Water Video included

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Add a popular tourist spot in Alexandria Bay to the list of casualties from this year;'s high water. Casino Island, which is just offshore adjacent to River Hospital, has been closed since May and has remained closed even as the water has receded. 

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Bed Bug Problem Forces Salvation Army to Close Bins Video included

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Ogdensburg's bed bug problem has forced the Salvation Army to temporarily close its overnight donation bins. Five bags left in an overnight bin outside the State Street thrift store earlier this month contained clothes infested with bed bugs. 

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SUNY Canton Debuts Video Game Design Lab Video included

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SUNY Canton is opening its brand new video game design lab to the public later this week.

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Canton School District Saves Money, Thanks to Ritchie

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The Canton Central school district will spend less of its own money on a new concession stand and restrooms at the school district's athletic fields. That's thanks to  a $200,000 grant from New York state, secured by state senator Patty Ritchie.  

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Fort Drum Employee Injured In Accident

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A  Fort Drum employee was injured after an electrical panel apparently caught fire. 

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2nd Meeting Tonight On Study To Dissolve Harrisville

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Residents in the village of Harrisville and the town of Diana are invited to a public meeting Tuesday night to talk about a study to dissolve the village. 

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Breast Cancer Survivors Share Their Stories Video included

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and there is a dinner in Lowville Tuesday night that celebrates survivors and those battling breast cancer -- and remembers the ones who lost the fight.

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Lawmakers At Work Tweaking Ogdensburg City Charter Video included

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Officials in Ogdensburg are changing the city's charter.  

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Community Meets & Assesses GB Superintendent Candidates

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Community members had an opportunity to learn more about three candidates vying for the job of General Brown school superintendent.

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Clements Captures FL Diving Title (Plus Scores) Video included

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Talented diver Audrey Clements of Lowville captured the Frontier League championship this past weekend. 

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Price Tag To Fix Stone Wall Just Shy Of $100K

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Fixing a washed-out stone wall in Watertown's Thompson Park will cost the city just under $100,000. 

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Kitten Survives Disturbing Case Of Animal Cruelty Video included

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It was a disturbing discovery on the porch of a Watertown home. Someone left 4 dead kittens there. Another one survived.

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Firefighters Union Turns Up Heat On Council Member Video included

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A spat is heating up between Watertown city firefighters and City Council Member Teresa Macaluso, who is in favor of reining in firefighting costs.

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Kids Get Moving With 'Club Vortex' Video included

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Club Vortex is a city of Watertown program designed to get kids moving.

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$2,000 To Not Call In Sick? Video included

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Despite losing the primary, Watertown City Council Member Steve Jennings is back in the race as a write-in. As he does so, Jennings is taking on the fire department, releasing figures about its contract demands.

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Watertown Woman Accused Of Stabbing Boyfriend

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A 35 year old Watertown woman faces assault charges after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in their apartment.

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Potsdam Man Now Faces Attempted Murder Charge

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A Potsdam man now faces attempted murder charges in connection with the April stabbing of a man under a bridge.

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Grand Jury Indicts Man On Child Rape Charges

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A 30 year old town of Oswegatchie man has been indicted on child rape charges.

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Massena Man Indicted On Child Pornography Charges

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A St. Lawrence County grand jury has indicted Massena man in connection with child pornography.

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Massena Teen Accused Of Forcibly Touching Girls

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A Massena teenager is accused of forcibly touching two girls throughout the summer.

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Rally Raises Awareness Of Domestic Violence Video included

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On Monday, you may have seen the hashtag on social media, "me too," giving victims of sexual harassment and assault a chance to speak. 

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Resort Planned Along St. Lawrence River Video included

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A new resort center is planned along the St. Lawrence River in St. Lawrence County.

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Victims Assistance Center Moving To New Building

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Needing more space, the Victims Assistance Center of Jefferson County has bought a new building.

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Jefferson County Sees Jump In Sales Tax Video included

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It's a sign this summer's high waters may not have hurt Jefferson County's economy as much as feared.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Scouts, AG & Grocery Store Video included

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In a historic change, the Boy Scouts will admit girls into the Cub Scouts starting next year. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Colton Man Accused Of Fleeing Police

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A Colton man faces a list of charges after he allegedly fled from police.

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1st Openly Gay NFL Player Headlines JCC Leadership Day

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The keynote speaker at this week's Leadership Day at Jefferson Community College is former NFL player Michael Sam. 

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BOCES Hosts Blood Drive Video included

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Classes at BOCES in Watertown are sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive Monday. 

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After Losing Home to Wildfire in 2015, Former Watertown Resident Watches Wildfires in California Video included

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As the wildfires started to blaze through northern California, last Sunday, former Watertown resident Al Young could see the smoke from his home on clear lake in Lake County, one of the areas fighting off the flames.

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March for Babies at Jefferson Community College Video included

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That's why about 100 people walked at the Annual 3 MILE march for babies walk at Jefferson Community College Sunday morning.

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Sunday Sports: Football and Girls' Soccer Sectionals Pairings Video included

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The Section 3 Football seedings for the post season were announced Sunday with the AA, B, C and D playoffs pairings out.

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Weather Far from the Name for First Frost Walk & Run in Watertown Video included

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The weather Sunday afternoon was far from a frost as walkers and runners were treated with good weather for the 18th annual First Frost Walk and Run at Watertown's Thompson Park Zoo.

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One Woman Dead After Fire in Town of Diana Video included

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One person is dead after a house fire at 7864 Marshey Road in the town of Diana Friday night.

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$66K Raised By Breast Cancer Walk Video included

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Over $66,000 was raised to battle breast cancer at the 10th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Watertown Saturday.

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North Country Chorus Competing for International Title Video included

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A north country chorus is hoping to be an international champ once again.

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Fort Drum Soldiers Honor Vets By Cleaning Gravesites Video included

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Saturday morning, Fort Drum soldiers volunteered their time to clean up gravestones at the Military Cemetery in Sackets Harbor.

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Saturday Sports: Gouverneur Running Back Breaks Section 10 Record Video included

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Two Section 10 Football games took place up Route 11 Saturday afternoon, one of those in Canton, where the Golden Bears hosted the Gouverneur Wildcats in a contest that would see a long standing record fall.

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Friday Night Football: Sandy Creek's Big Night Video included

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Sandy Creek rolled over IHC 46-6 Friday night, as the regular season of high school football winds down. We have video highlights from the game, as well as video from Carthage's 34-20 win over Watertown; Thousand Islands' 42-14 victory over Lowville; South Jefferson's 30-6 win over Phoenix; Potsdam's 22-6 win over St. Lawrence Central.  

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Athlete Of The Week: Connor Fenlong Video included

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Gouverneur quarterback Connor Fenlong is the 7 News - Watertown Savings Bank North Country Athlete of The Week for October 13.  

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Blast From The Past: 1997 Autumn Festival Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to 1997. We take a look at the Wellesley Island autumn festival.  

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Remembering Dick MacSherry Video included

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We're remembering a north country man who didn't let his wealth go to waste. We look back on the life of Dick MacSherry.

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Repairing Thompson Park Wall To Cost $80K To $100K

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Putting back what Mother Nature washed away will cost Watertown $100,000.

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Carthage Specialty Agrees To Pay $50K - $80K Monthly On Sewer Bill Video included

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There are new terms between Carthage Specialty Paperboard and the village of West Carthage. The paper mill will pay its overdue sewer bill and the village won't shut off the service.

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NY Battles Washington Over Healthcare Decisions Video included

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Recent decisions in Washington about healthcare in America has New York state fighting back.

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Reaction Mixed Over Girls Joining Boy Scouts Video included

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The Boy Scouts made a controversial decision this week to include girls starting next year.

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Fighting Teen Smoking Video included

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In Potsdam, it was a day meant to shock. Young anti-tobacco crusaders fanned out across downtown to fight teen smoking.

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Part Of Route 3 In St. Lawrence County Reduced To One Lane

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A portion of Route 3 in St. Lawrence County is down to one lane.

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Grand Jury Indicts Lyons Falls Man On Meth Making Charge

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A Lewis County grand jury has indicted a 35 year old Lyons Falls man for allegedly making meth.

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Students Tour Businesses As Part Of Manufacturing Day Video included

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Seeing how things are made is part of Manufacturing Day in the north country.

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St. Lawrence NYSARC's Leader Retires

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St. Lawrence NYSARC has announced the retirement of its CEO and Executive Director.

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Watertown May Offer To Buy Land From SPCA

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Watertown may soon make an offer to buy 5 acres of land from the Jefferson County SPCA.

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Rocks Spread Kindness & Help Soothe The Painters Video included

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It's a way to leave a positive message for whoever is looking. 

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Fire Sweeps Through Watertown Apartment House Video included

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Four Watertown families are without homes after fire broke out in an apartment building

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3 Charged In Potsdam Meth Bust

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Three people from Ogdensburg were charged in connection with a meth-making operation in the town of Potsdam. 

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Troopers Ask For Help In Larceny Investigation

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State police are asking for help identifying the person in the surveillance photo shown here. 

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Man Helps People With Disabilities Achieve Dreams

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A man born without arms or legs is helping people with disabilities find jobs. 

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Highlights & Scores: Watertown & LaFargeville Take FL Titles Video included

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Watertown squeaked by in overtime and LaFargeville came out on top in a pair of boys' Frontier League championship games Thursday. 

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How To Spend $10M? Watertown Begins Planning Video included

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Officials met for the first time Thursday to start planning how to spend $10 million in downtown Watertown.

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Grocery Store Could Open In Downtown Watertown Video included

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One thing missing for decades in downtown Watertown is a grocery store. That may be about to change.

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Grand Jury Indicts Watertown Man On Murder Charges

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A Jefferson County grand jury has indicted a 34 year old Watertown man on second-degree murder charges.

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Man Indicted In Watertown Stabbing Case

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A 17 year old Utah man has been indicted in connection with a Watertown stabbing.

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Man Indicted In Wake Of Cocaine & Heroin Bust

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A 52 year old Watertown man, who was arrested following a raid in May, has been indicted on drug charges.

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Counties Already Spending Big Bucks To Fix Bridges

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Following this week's critical report from the state Comptroller's Office on the shape of many of New York's bridges, some north country officials say they're already investing in repairs.

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Philanthropist Richard MacSherry Dies At 99

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Philanthropist Richard MacSherry has died at the age of 99. He gave millions of dollars to hospitals, libraries and other causes here in the north country.

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Rusted Russell Bridge Will Be Replaced Sooner Than Expected

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A bridge closed to school buses and heavy trucks will be replaced sooner than expected.

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Village To Decide Friday If CSP's Offer Is Enough

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The West Carthage Village Board meets Friday to decide whether or not a paper mill's offer is enough.

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Lawyer Challenges Search Warrant In Animal Cruelty Case Video included

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The lawyer for two people charged with dozens of counts of animal cruelty is challenging the search warrant used when the two were arrested.

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Walk Promotes Awareness Of Canine Cancer Video included

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People get cancer, but so do animals. One local veterinarian is addressing the disease in dogs.

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Deadline Is Friday To Register To Vote In November

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If you're not registered to vote and want to cast a ballot on November 7, your deadline is Friday.

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Ogdensburg Gets Ice Rink Ready Video included

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Start lacing up your skates. The ice is almost ready at the Lockwood Civic Center in Ogdensburg.

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Watertown Man Indicted On Robbery Charge

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A Jefferson County grand jury has indicted a 22 year old Watertown man on robbery and other charges.

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Stefanik Applauds Trump Action On Health Care

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik says she supports "President Trump’s effort to expand choice in healthcare for families and businesses." Trump has signed an executive order that aims to make lower-premium health care plans available to more Americans.

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Troopers Seek Info On Found Boat

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State police in St. Lawrence County are asking for help finding the owner of a small boat. 

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Firefighters Have Tips On How To Prevent - And Survive - Fires Video included

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The Watertown Fire Department wants residents to know what to do if there's a fire and how to avoid one. 

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Controversy Continues For Canton Town Supervisor Video included

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The controversies won't go away for Canton Town Supervisor David Button.

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Canton Voters Approve Athletic Field Improvements

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Canton Central School District residents voted Wednesday to make improvements to the school's athletic fields.

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Highlights & Scores: Frontier League Girls' Playoffs Video included

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Immaculate Heart will face Carthage in the girls' Frontier League A Division soccer finals. 

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Carthage Specialty Paper Agrees To Pay Its Sewer Bill After Getting Notice Video included

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West Carthage has issued a 15-day notification to a village paper mill to pay its overdue sewer bill or have the service shut off.

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Alleged Choke-Hold Coach Faces New Charge

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A baseball coach accused of using a choke hold on one of his players now faces a new charge. State police charged LLoyd Kevin Smith with second degree criminal contempt Monday evening.  

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North Country Getting Millions Of Dollars For Water Projects

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The north country is getting more than $30 million from the state to support drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects.

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Fort Drum's Fire Department Holds Open House Video included

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Fort Drum's fire department wants to make sure people know what to do in an emergency. That's why the department is holding its annual open house.

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Report: Replacing All Watertown Sidewalks Would Take 100+ Years Video included

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How long would it take to replace all the sidewalks in the city of Watertown? At the current rate, the answer is more than 100 years.

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Local Hospitals Deal With IV Saline Shortage Video included

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One local hospital will run out of a popular saline product by Friday. That sounds alarming, but local officials say don't worry - it's under control.

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Boy Scouts To Welcome Girls Into Cub Scouts

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In a historic change, the Boy Scouts have announced plans to admit girls into the Cub Scouts starting next year and to establish a new program for older girls using the same curriculum as the Boy Scouts.

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Work Underway For Clayton's New Riverwalk Video included

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Construction projects are usually wrapping up this time of year. But in Clayton, one is just beginning. 

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Canton School Voters Decide On Restroom, Concession Stand Project

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Canton Central School District residents are at the polls Wednesday, voting on building restrooms and a concession stand at its ball fields.

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Trump, Trudeau Talk NAFTA

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President Donald Trump says he'd be willing to negotiate a free trade deal directly with Canada in the event NAFTA talks fail.

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Contents From Partridge Berry Inn Auctioned Off

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It was the final goodbye to a popular restaurant in the town of LeRay The contents from the Partridge Berry Inn were auctioned off Wednesday.

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Couple Accused Of Stealing From Boy Scout Troop

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A St. Regis Falls couple faces charges after they allegedly stole money from a fund set up for a Boy Scout troop. 

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Heuvelton Woman Charged In Car-Buggy Accident

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St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies are crediting the public for its help tracking down the car and driver involved in a hit-and-run accident with an Amish buggy Monday.

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A Live Sneak Peek At Upcoming Historical Society Fashion Show Video included

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An upcoming fashion show combines the trends of today with styles from the past.  

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Plan 2014 Comes Under Scrutiny At Flooding Hearing Video included

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Questions about a plan in place to regulate water levels on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River were at the forefront during a public hearing about this year's flooding. 

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Highlights & Scores: Boys' Soccer Semifinals Video included

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The boys' Frontier League soccer playoffs got underway Tuesday with the A and D Division semifinals.

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City Council Backs Bradley Projects For Grant Video included

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Watertown city council members decided to back a project to restore the Dr. Guitar and former Smith Restaurant Supply buildings on Court Street.

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Tuesday Night: Watertown Walmart Evacuated

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The Watertown Walmart on outer Arsenal Street was evacuated Tuesday night, as police responded to a bomb threat.  

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At $477K, Is Watertown's Firefighter Dispute Worth It? Video included

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The city of Watertown's long-running contract dispute with its firefighters is getting more and more expensive. Will it be worth it?

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Assessing The Damage After Monday's Storm Video included

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In Watertown more than 3.5 inches of fell between Sunday and Monday. Now, the damage all that water caused is being assessed.

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Governor Wants Extra $35M To Help Lake & River Flood Victims

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Governor Andrew Cuomo is calling for a special session of the state Legislature to get more money for victims of flooding along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.

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'Scuttlebutt' Campaign Ad Pulled

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The "scuttlebutt" campaign commercial for Watertown City Judge Cathy Palermo has been pulled.

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SLU Professor From Spain Discusses Catalonia Crisis Video included

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The independence movement in the region of Catalonia in Spain is reaching the north country. A professor from Spain gave us her perspective on Catalonia's independence movement.

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Man Accused Of Burglarizing 2 Business

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Bail is set at $30,000 for a Glen Park man accused of burglarizing two businesses in Jefferson County.

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Watertown Lawmakers To Consider 3 Downtown Projects For Grant

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Three projects in downtown Watertown are up for what's called a Restore NY grant.   City council can choose one project for up to $1 million, as long as there's a 10 percent commitment of funding locally.

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Massena Wants To Increase Number Of Fishing Tournaments Video included

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Massena officials are angling for a better economy. They think fishing tournaments might be one way to do it.

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The Breakdown Of Structurally Deficient Bridges In The North Country Video included

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One out of every 10 bridges in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties are structurally deficient. In Lewis County, it's one out of every 5.

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Just Face It: Making The Most Of The Water Video included

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This week on Just Face It, we have a picture of people who made the most of Monday's heavy rain.

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Pumpkin Sale Helps Needy Video included

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Pick a pumpkin and help someone in need. The Church of the Nazarene in Watertown is hosting its sixth pumpkin patch for the entire month of October.

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After 4 Disasters, Organization That Helps Others Needs Help Video included

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After three hurricanes and the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the Red Cross needs help. 

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Public Asked For Help To Find Car That Hit Buggy

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Sheriff's deputies in St. Lawrence County are asking for help finding a vehicle that rear-ended an Amish buggy.

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Hearing Tonight On Spring & Summer Flooding Video included

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State lawmakers are holding a hearing Tuesday night on flooding this spring and summer along Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River.

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3 Troopers With North Country Ties Promoted

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Three state troopers who were stationed in the Watertown area now have new jobs. 

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Highlights & Scores: JCC Soccer In The Rain Video included

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Monday's rains didn't stop college soccer from being played locally. 

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Sports: First Class Inducted in the North Country Sports Hall of Fame Video included

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It was a who's who of inductees in the first class of the North Country Sports Hall of Fame.

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Saturday Sports: Gouverneur Clinches NAC Regular Season Title Video included

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High school football once again topping the local sports schedule this Saturday with a big Section 3 Class D showdown in Beaver Falls as the Beaver River Beavers hosted the Sandy Creek Comets.

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Sports: OFA Takes Down St. Lawrence Central on the Road Video included

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Section 10 football topped a busy Saturday on the local high school sports scene with a pair of football games on tap.

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Saturday Sports: Sports & Scores from Around the North Country Video included

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Another busy Saturday afternoon on the high school football field with a pair of afternoon contests taking place up north. 

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Sports Scores and Highlights From Thursday Night Video included

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Boys and girls soccer kept north country fields busy Thursday night.

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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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Sunshine & Unseasonably Warm Temps. Again Video included

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Typical fall weather has been teasing us from time to time this month, but for the most part it's been warmer than usual. And that's going to continue at least through the start of next week. 

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Sunny & Warm The Rest Of The Week Video included

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It's going to be a warm day for October, with much of the same for the next several days. 

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Chilly Morning, But Warming Through The Week Video included

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Tuesday starts out frosty, but gets warmer.

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Chilly Monday, Warmer As Week Goes On Video included

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Early morning temperatures Monday were about normal for this time of year. What's not normal is that afternoon highs will only be a few degrees warmer. 

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Cloudy By Afternoon Video included

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Friday will be partly sunny to start, but it will be mostly cloudy by afternoon.

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Seasonal Temps & Sunshine Video included

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We have a nice October day in the forecast. 

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A Little More Fall-Like Video included

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Wednesday will be cooler than Tuesday, plus there's a chance of rain later. 

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Foggy Start, Sunny Finish Video included

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Now that the remnants of Hurricane Nate are gone, it looks as if we'll have a pleasant day -- especially for October. 

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Football Friday: Week 4 Scores and Highlights Video included

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Week 4 of high school football filled with plenty of action.. The Carthage Comets took down Indian River in a big section 3 Class A battle of north country teams.

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TV Dinner: Gaucho Steak Video included

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With the first big warm weather holiday of the year upon us, our favorite chef is turning south of the border for a delicious steak recipe. Chef Chris Manning made Argentine gaucho steak with chimichuri sauce Friday morning, aided and abetted by 7 News anchors Les Shockley and Beth Hall 

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  • ObituariesMore>>

  • Jason C. More, 30 of Clayton

    Jason C. More, 30 of Clayton

    Thursday, October 19 2017 4:29 PM EDT2017-10-19 20:29:28 GMT

    Jason C. More, 30 of Clayton, passed away Wednesday October 18, 2017 at Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse following an automobile accident.  

    Jason C. More, 30 of Clayton, passed away Wednesday October 18, 2017 at Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse following an automobile accident.  

  • Laura M. Baxter, 80, formerly of Massena

    Laura M. Baxter, 80, formerly of Massena

    Thursday, October 19 2017 4:25 PM EDT2017-10-19 20:25:33 GMT

    Massena - Laura M. Baxter, age 80, formerly of Massena, NY, passed away peacefully on October 16, 2017 in Chico California, where she has been lovingly cared for by her daughter, Pennie, daughter-in-law Teresa, and the staff of Amber Grove Memory Care Home.  

    Massena - Laura M. Baxter, age 80, formerly of Massena, NY, passed away peacefully on October 16, 2017 in Chico California, where she has been lovingly cared for by her daughter, Pennie, daughter-in-law Teresa, and the staff of Amber Grove Memory Care Home.  

  • Ruth F. Garner, 101, of Potsdam

    Ruth F. Garner, 101, of Potsdam

    Thursday, October 19 2017 4:10 PM EDT2017-10-19 20:10:46 GMT

    Ruth F. Garner died peacefully on October 18, 2017 surrounded by her family, at her home, in Potsdam. 

    Ruth F. Garner died peacefully on October 18, 2017 surrounded by her family, at her home, in Potsdam. 

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