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Home Engulfed In Flames In Lewis County Video included

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Fire destroyed a home Friday afternoon in the Lewis County town of Watson.

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Taxi Company Pulls Out Of Fort Drum Deal Video included

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Last year, north country cab companies put in bids to become the only cab company to run on Fort Drum. The winner, Classy Taxi, is now pulling out, claiming other cabs are doing business on post despite Classy Taxi having paid $1,500 a month for the contract. 

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Lowville Man Sentenced For Breaking Child's Leg

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A 26 year old Lowville man, who broke a child's leg and assaulted an inmate, is going to prison. 

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Meth Maker Gets 4 Years In Prison

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A 39 year old Lewis County man is going to prison for making methamphetamine. 

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Trial Date Set For Man Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Child

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A trial date has been set for a 35 year old Ellisburg man accused of sexually assaulting a child. 

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Chloe Ann O'Neil Fondly Remembered Video included

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People are recalling a trusted mentor and friend in Chloe Ann O'Neil after death in a crash. 

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Watertown Business Celebrates Opening Of New Office Video included

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A Watertown business is celebrating the opening of its new office. Hearing Solutions of Northern New York recently moved to a new building at 1104 Washington Street. 

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North Country Cleans Up After First Widespread Snow Video included

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Several inches of snow hit the north country overnight, delaying some schools and businesses and closing others Friday. 

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Watertown Man Gets Prison Time For Drugs

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A 27 year old Watertown man is going to prison after admitting to possessing drugs. 

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Keeping Pets Safe In Snow, Cold Video included

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Winter is here and you may be prepared, but are your dogs? We talk to the experts about how to keep your pets warm and safe.

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Blast From The Past: 1995 Thanksgiving Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to 1995. 

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Man Allegedly Threatens Woman With Ax

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A Gouverneur man is accused of threatening someone with an ax during a domestic dispute. 

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Cape Vincent Scrambles To Replace Ambulance Service Video included

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Officials in the town of Cape Vincent are moving quickly to replace their volunteer ambulance squad. 

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Troopers Ask For Help Finding Missing Teen

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State police are asking for help finding a missing Alexandria Bay teenager. 

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Syracuse Woman Allegedly Found Asleep In Car On I-81

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A Syracuse woman was charged with drunk driving and other charges after state police found her asleep behind the wheel of her vehicle in the middle of Interstate 81. 

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Carthage Hospital Unveils New Campus Plans Video included

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People in Carthage learned about the proposed plans for Carthage Area Hospital's new campus. 

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Team Profile: New Look For Lady Lions Video included

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Thanks to the graduation of some key players, the General Brown girls' basketball team will have a different look this season. 

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Blue Devils Seek Trip To Dome For Redemption Video included

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The OFA Blue Devils started the 2018 season at the Carrier Dome with a 55-0 win over Sauquoit Valley. 

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Former Assemblywoman Chloe Ann O'Neil Killed In Crash

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A law enforcement source confirms former state Assemblywoman Chloe Ann O'Neil was killed in a two vehicle crash in Franklin County Thursday morning. 

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Watertown Man Takes Plea Deal Instead Of Being Re-tried On Murder Charge Video included

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A Watertown man convicted by a jury of murder in 2010 has taken a plea deal, meaning there won't be a new trial. 

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Gun Fears Prompt 'Hold-In-Place' At Canton School District

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Canton Central School District sent out an alert to parents Wednesday saying it called for something called a "Hold-In-Place." 

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Wright Says He Doesn't Plan To Leave DANC Post

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The executive director of the Development Authority of the North Country says he plans to stay in his job until his contract is up, and maybe longer if he's asked. 

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Ogdensburg Native Living In California Takes In Fleeing Families Video included

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An Ogdensburg native living in California has taken in her neighbors as they flee deadly wildfires there.

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Potsdam Man Injured When Pickup Truck Overturns

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A 72 year old Potsdam man suffered head and neck injuries in a crash Wednesday. 

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Solar Energy And Farm Protection Video included

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It's a hot-button issue in St. Lawrence County - where to put solar farms and how to protect farmers. 

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Children's Home Looks To Fill 30 New Jobs Video included

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There are 30 new jobs to fill in Watertown. They're at the Children's Home of Jefferson County.  

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River Hospital Receives National Award Video included

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River Hospital has received a national award. 

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Libraries Now Offering Internet Kits Video included

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In need of a laptop? Your library card could be the answer. 

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Juul Stops Selling Some E-Cigarette Flavors In Stores Video included

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Soon after a threat by Governor Cuomo to ban flavored e-cigarettes, one major manufacturer has decided to pull the product on its own. 

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NYS Unemployment Rate Ties All-Time Low

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New York state’s unemployment rate fell to 4 percent in October 2018, matching its lowest level on record (last reached in May 1988). 

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Ski Season Starts This Saturday

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Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced the start of the 2018-19 Alpine and Nordic ski seasons. 

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Applications Coming In As Officials Prepare To Replace Walczyk Video included

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The resumes are coming in as Watertown officials prepare to fill city council member Mark Walczyk's seat after his election to the New York State Assembly. 

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Watertown Garage Damaged By Fire Video included

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City fire crews responded to a garage fire on Coleman Avenue off Arsenal Street in Watertown. 

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State Seeks Input On Lewis County Wind Farm Video included

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The state is taking comments from folks who live near a wind farm project that's in the works in Lewis County. 

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Local Athletes Sign To Play College D-I Video included

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A pair of north country high school athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday to attend Division I programs, one at Immaculate Heart, the other at Norwood-Norfolk. 

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Football Postseason Stalls Indian River Hoops Video included

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It's a tale of two teams at Indian River.

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Army Vice Chief Of Staff Visits Fort Drum

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Fort Drum had a visit from the vice chief of staff of the Army Wednesday. 

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Fire Destroys Home In Town Of Antwerp Video included

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Fire destroyed a trailer home in the town of Antwerp.

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Addie Jenne Seeks Top Job At Development Authority Video included

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Assemblywoman Addie Jenne, defeated last week in her bid to win re-election, is now seeking the top job at the Development Authority of The North Country. 

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Watertown Man Wants To Keep His Fence Video included

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A Watertown man says he shouldn't have to take down his fence after officials told him it didn't comply with city rules. But he says he thought he was complying.

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2 Charged In Tuesday Night High Speed Chase & Crash

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Two people from Syracuse face several charges after police chased them in an allegedly stolen vehicle at speeds police say were over 100 miles per hour Tuesday night.

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Winner Unofficially Declared In Ogdensburg Judge Race

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All of the ballots have been counted and it looks like the incumbent Ogdensburg City Court judge will keep his job. 

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Man Escapes Through Bedroom Window During Fire

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A Lewis County man escaped through a bedroom window after being awakened by smoke detectors in his home. 

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Helena Bridge Repair Causes Big Detours Video included

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A bridge repair in Helena is making for big detours. 

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New Hotel Opens At Fort Drum Video included

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There's a new place to stay on Fort Drum and it's certainly not the barracks.

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Watertown Looks At Creating Business Improvement District Video included

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Business owners and city leaders are coming together to work on improving downtown Watertown. It was all part of a small business summit by Watertown and the Downtown Business Association.

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Facing Threat Of Emerald Ash Borer Video included

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Facing the inevitable threat of a tree eating beetle, community leaders met Wednesday to prepare.

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Students Prepare For Future At Workforce 2020 Video included

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High school seniors from Lewis and Jefferson Counties got a chance to prepare for their future Wednesday. 

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New Lawyer & New Trial Date For Accused Murderer

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Accused murderer Christopher Hebert will get a new lawyer and a new trial date after wrangling in court Wednesday with St. Lawrence County Judge Jerome Richards. 

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Hammond Student Asks For Clean Slate Video included

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The parents of a Hammond Central School student suspended for taking an air gun to school hope their son will be given a clean slate. 

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Highlights & Scores: College Basketball Video included

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Tuesday was opening night for the local college basketball season. 

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Definition Of 'Panel' Causes Confusion Over Fence Video included

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There was confusion recently after Watertown city officials cited a man for a fence he built on Franklin Street that doesn't conform to city codes. 

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Next Year's Jefferson County Budget Approved Video included

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Lawmakers approved Jefferson County's 2019 budget Tuesday night.

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Diocese Releases List Of Clergy Accused Of Sexual Abuse Video included

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The Diocese of Ogdensburg has released the full list of priests for whom there's "reasonable grounds" of having committed sexual abuse. 

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Accused Murderer Enters Not Guilty Plea

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A 51 year old Ogdensburg man, who was indicted on a second-degree murder charge last month, entered a not guilty plea Tuesday in St. Lawrence County Court. 

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Children's Home Hiring For 'Raise the Age' Treatment Program

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The north country is going to play an important role in implementing the recent "Raise the Age" legislation. There are jobs to be had working with young people accused of crimes.

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Local Company Looks To Switch To 'Microgrid' Video included

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A Jefferson County company is blazing new trails in New York state when it comes to reusable energy.

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Watertown's Square Lion Auctioning Off Contents, Historic Lions Video included

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A part of Watertown history is going up for auction as downtown's Square Lion gets ready to close.

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Simao Files Lawsuit Over Watertown Golf Course Lease Video included

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Golf club owner P.J. Simao has made good on his threat to sue the city of Watertown over a lease it has with a rival golf club. 

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Happy 100th Birthday! Video included

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A resident at Samaritan Keep Home celebrated a very special milestone Tuesday. 

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Just Face It: Cheerleading Squad Wins Contest Video included

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This week on Just Face It - 3 cheers for this team! 

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Pierrepont Man Accused Of Animal Cruelty

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A Pierrepont man is accused of abandoning a 10-year-old dog that was found emaciated and in poor health at a home where the man used to live. 

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North Country Fans Remember Marvel Icon Stan Lee Video included

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Comic book icon Stan Lee died Monday. He was 95. 

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Lady Patriots Hope For More Hardwood Success Video included

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The Sackets Harbor Lady Patriots put together an exceptional basketball campaign last season, ending at 20-2 and making it to the Section 3 Class D semifinals.

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Norwood Lake Residents Left High And Dry Video included

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Low water levels at Norwood Lake are already irking residents and its levels will be going lower still. 

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Salmon Run Mall Works To Fill Voids Video included

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As some department stores leave the Salmon Run Mall in Watertown, more local vendors are moving in, keeping the mall busy for the holiday shopping season. 

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Condemned Hotel Getting New Lease On Life

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The former Hotis Motel off of Route 37 just north of Watertown is getting rehabbed after it was condemned following a bedbug outbreak two years ago. 

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Farmers To Get Chance To Discuss Big Dairy Industry Issues Video included

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This week, dairy farmers will get the chance to discuss big issues within the dairy industry. 

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Picket Held Outside Of Radio Stations Video included

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Picketers wanted to be heard outside of a local radio station Monday. 

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Cavallario's Cucina Becomes BBQ Basket Video included

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From fine Italian dining to ordering at a counter, a Watertown restaurant goes barbecue. 

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Opinions Sought About Local School Districts Video included

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Willing to share your opinion about your local school district? 

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Salvation Army Rings In The Holiday Season Video included

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It's time to ring in the holiday season. It's something the Salvation Army does best.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Air Gun, Protest & Sears Video included

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A Hammond High School student was suspended for bringing an air gun to school, which he says was requested by a teacher for use as a stage prop. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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Clergy Abuse Survivor Says Names To Be Released "Step In The Right Direction" Video included

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 As the Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg plans to release the names of the remaining clergy members accused of being involved in its sex abuse scandal, it's something Jim Cummings, a survivor of clergy abuse, has been waiting for. 

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Sunday Sports: J.C.C. Basketball: Girls Win, Boys Lose at Home Video included

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In women's college basketball from Jefferson Community College's McVean Athletic Center, J.C.C. hosted Hudson Valley.

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Sackets Harbor Parade Honors 102-Year-Old Veteran Video included

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In Sackets Harbor Sunday was a parade down West Main Street honoring and featuring many veterans who served.

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Fire Totals Town of Edwards Home

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A passer-by saw flames at a town of Edwards home early Saturday morning. Fire crews were called to the County Route 24 home around 3 a.m. 

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Barn Destroyed After Fire in Harrisville

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Everyone is safe after a barn goes up in flames in Harrisville. Firefighters were called to a Church Street property around 2:15 a.m. Saturday morning. 

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Wreath Laying In Watertown To Honor Veterans Video included

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Honoring our veterans and marking 100 years since the end of World War I. A group gathered at the Watertown VFW for a wreath laying ceremony Sunday morning.

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Monument for WWI Vet from Watertown Cleaned Up Video included

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The firing of volleys and the playing of tap for Private Harold Wright, a Watertown man who was one of the many soldiers who fought in World War I but didn't make it home. 

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Saturday Sports: Beaver River Boys' Cross Country Wins 17th State Title Video included

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The Beaver River Boys' Cross Country team has been the most dominant program in New York State cross country history, winning 16 state titles.

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Community Helps Gouverneur Man with Cancer Treatment Video included

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The Gouverneur Community Center was packed today to give support to a neighbor battling multiple forms of cancer. 

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Carthage VFW Auxiliary Gets Crafty for Hospice Video included

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The Carthage VFW auxiliary hosted its 11th annual craft fair Saturday.

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O'burg Diocese To Release Priest Names In Sex Abuse Scandal

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The Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg has decided to release the names of the remaining priests implicated in the long-running sex abuse scandal by members of the Catholic clergy. 

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Friday Sports: Indian River and O.F.A. Football Continue In State Finals Video included

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The high school football season continued Friday night with State Quarterfinal action involving a couple of north country teams.

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Man Charged In Early Morning Shooting

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State police charged a Watertown man with assault, 1st degree, Friday after he allegedly shot and wounded another man.

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Airline Looks To Fly From North Country To Chicago, Washington Video included

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United Express wants to come to St. Lawrence County. It wants to fly to major airports from Massena and Ogdensburg. 

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Denmark Apparently Elects First Democrat EVER To Town Council Video included

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It was a historic election year in one Lewis County town. The town of Denmark just elected a Democrat to its town council possibly for the first time ever.

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Flavored E-Cigarettes Could Be Banned In NY Video included

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Flavored e-cigarettes are growing in popularity among teenagers. The Cuomo administration is looking to ban their sale statewide.

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8 Escape Watertown House Fire Thanks To Smoke Detector Video included

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A mother and her seven children escaped their Watertown home safely after it caught fire early Friday morning. 

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JCC, SUNY Potsdam Offer Master's Program Video included

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A new program at SUNY Potsdam means students can get a masters degree in management in classrooms at both SUNY Potsdam and Jefferson Community College. 

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Deputies Identify Victim Of Fatal Crash

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A 25 year old Norwood man is dead following an early morning crash in southern St. Lawrence County.

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Blast From The Past: 1986 Sears Opens At Mall Video included

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The announcement that Watertown's Sears store will close at the Salmon Run Mall ends the store's 83 year presence in our community, according to the Watertown Daily Times. 

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Former Watertown City Council Member Kris Marsala Passes Away

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Kris Marsala, former North Country Arts Council president and member of Watertown City Council, has passed away. 

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Grand Jury To Hear Case Of Nightclub Shooting Suspect

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A Jefferson County grand jury will hear the case of a 31 year old man accused in the shooting at Watertown's Rio Nightclub. 

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Winter Weather Advisories Issued For Much Of North Country

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The National Weather Service has issued winter weather advisories for Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties.  

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Protesters Call For Continuing Mueller Investigation Video included

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People were protesting in Canton Thursday night, saying they want to make sure special counsel Robert Mueller keeps investigating, 

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8th Graders Discover Designing Playgrounds Isn't Child's Play Video included

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Students in Watertown have been combining math, computer skills, and research to bring a team project to life.

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Building Bridges - & Skills - With Spaghetti Video included

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Spaghetti isn't just for dinner. It can be a way to build bridges and engineering skills.

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Watertown's Sears Store To Close In February

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One of the anchor stores at Watertown's Salmon Run Mall is closing. 

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Potsdam Man Allegedly Embezzled $17K From Tavern

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A Potsdam man is accused of embezzling $17,500 from the bar he once managed. 

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Watertown Building Could Become Brewery Or Event Center Video included

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Restoration is underway at the old Severance Photo store at 170 Court Street in Watertown.

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3 Arrested, Cocaine, Oxycodone & Pot Seized

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Three people face charges after a drug raid that turned up marijuana, cocaine and oxycodone in St. Lawrence County. 

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Stores Offer New Ways Of Grocery Shopping Video included

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A giant retailer is offering to get your groceries and bring the bags right to your car. 

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Company Secures Lease To Operate In Old James River Mill Video included

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A data company has secured a lease to start up in the old James River Mill in Carthage. 

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Local Habitat for Humanity Has New Leader Video included

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The Thousand Islands Area Habitat for Humanity has a new leader. Amanda LeDesma took over as executive director Wednesday.  

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Fort Drum Honors Veterans During Ceremony Video included

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Past and present veterans were honored Thursday in a ceremony on Fort Drum. 

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Special Report: Winning The Peace, Part 2 Video included

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Pockets of peace exist in Iraq.

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St. Lawrence County's Largest Food Pantry Marks 25 Years Video included

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The largest food pantry in St. Lawrence County is 25 years old. But Grace Food Pantry in Gouverneur is not feeling its age a bit. 

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Volunteers Needed To Take Veterans To Medical Appointments Video included

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The Disabled American Veterans Volunteer Transportation Network is looking for drivers in the Watertown area. 

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Veterans Day Observed Early For Watertown Students Video included

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Bagpipe music filled the air at Wiley Intermediate School in Watertown Thursday. 

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Watertown Keeps Its Lease With Golf Club, Simao To Sue Video included

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The city of Watertown will not break its lease with the Watertown Golf Club, despite a threat to sue the owner of another city golf course. 

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Children's Concert Honors Service Members & Veterans Video included

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A chorus of first and second graders put on a show for family, soldiers and veterans at Indian River High School Wednesday evening as a way to celebrate Veterans Day. 

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JCC Students Learn Etiquette To Help Them Get Ahead Video included

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Students at Jefferson Community college were upping their social game with a crash course on advanced etiquette Wednesday night. 

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Warriors Ready For State Title Quest Video included

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The road to the state Class A championship for the Indian River football team begins Friday night. 

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Traffic Advisory: Watertown's Gaffney Drive

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If the weather cooperates, a portion of Gaffney Drive in Watertown will be paved Thursday. 

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Stage Prop Or Gun? Student's Suspension Prompts Protest Video included

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Was it a stage prop or a gun? A student has been suspended and now there are protests in the Hammond Central School District.

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Work Underway For Orleans' New Water Line Video included

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Construction crews are digging in the town of Orleans and making way for the new water line for residents who have dealt with contaminated water. 

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What's Next For Walczyk After Big Win? Video included

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Coming off a big win, Mark Walczyk is gearing up for his role as the next assemblyman in the 116th Assembly District.

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What Happens To Walczyk's City Council Seat? Video included

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While Mark Walczyk prepares to start his new Assembly term, there's one position he won't see through - his term on Watertown City Council.

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New Welcome Center To Open Later This Month Video included

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Finishing touches are being made to the New York State North Country Welcome Center. 

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Special Report: Winning The Peace Video included

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Recently back from deployment to Iraq, the 10th Mountain Division's commanding general wants people to know the country is on the right path to freedom.

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Just How Heavy Was Voter Turnout Tuesday? Video included

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Everyone thinks the turnout for Tuesday's midterm election was heavy in the north country. Was it really?

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Banners Helps Community Remember Those Who Made Ultimate Sacrifice Video included

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A north country American Legion has created a special way to honor fallen veterans.

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'Voters Have Spoken,' Jenne Says

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Decrying what she calls "character assassination and a wanton disregard for the truth," Assemblywoman Addie Jenne has conceded to Republican challenger Mark Walczyk.

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19 Votes Separate Ogdensburg Judge Hopefuls

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There's a north country judge race that's too close to call. 

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Walczyk Is Unofficial Winner Over Jenne In Assembly Race Video included

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In the hotly contested race for the 116th Assembly District, Republican challenger Mark Walczyk is the unofficial winner over the incumbent.

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Stefanik Wins 3rd Term In Congress, Cobb To Run Again In 2020 Video included

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Republican Elise Stefanik held on to her seat representing the 21st Congressional District over her challengers, Democrat Tedra Cobb and Green Party candidate Lynn Kahn.

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Fledgling Falcons Soar To School Firsts Video included

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The South Lewis Falcons certainly soared this season. 

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Flamenco Comes To Sackets Harbor Video included

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More than 600 north country students got to enjoy singing and dancing at Sackets Harbor Central Tuesday. 

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Republicans Keep Control Of St. Lawrence Legislature

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Republicans will continue to control the St. Lawrence County Board of Legislators, but with a slightly smaller majority. 

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Voters Choose 4 State Supreme Court Judges

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Voters also went to the polls to select Supreme Court judges in the state's 5th Judicial District. 

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Handy Links To Local, State Election Results

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Here are some links to unofficial election results.

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Republicans Win 118th Assembly, 45th Senate Districts

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There are a couple other state races of note.

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Watertown Native Wins Congressional Seat In PA

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A Watertown native, who now lives just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, has won a seat in Congress. 

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Governor Cuomo Wins 3rd Term

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The Associated Press reports New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has won a third term by beating Republican Marc Molinaro. 

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Gillibrand Wins Re-Election To Senate

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The Associated Press is reporting that Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has defeated Republican challenger Chele Farley to win re-election to the U.S. Senate. 

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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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Snow Causes Delays & Closings; Alerts In Effect Video included

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Overnight snowfall will taper off as the day goes on, but earlier for some than for others.

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Warnings & Advisories Posted For First Storm Of Season

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The first widespread snow storm of the season is on its way. Weather alerts from the National Weather Service kick in at 7 p.m. Thursday. 

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First Wide-Spread Snow Storm On The Way Video included

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It's another cold morning -- even colder than yesterday. And there's a winter storm on the way.

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High Speed Chase Ends in Watertown Crash Video included

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A high speed police chase on Interstate 81 ended in a crash on Watertown's Washington Street Tuesday night. 

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Cold, Sunny Day Ahead Video included

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Wednesday will be unseasonably cold. 

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Snow Mainly In Higher Elevations Video included

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Depending on where you are, you could be seeing rain or snow Tuesday morning. 

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Fairly Calm Today, Advisory For Tuesday Video included

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There could be a little snow and rain in the north country Monday, but there's a lot more on the way for Tuesday. 

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McLeod's Forecast: Light Snow Showers Video included

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The snow is back. It won't be snowing for everyone all the time, however.

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A Taste Of Winter On The Way Video included

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We're going to have some winter-like weather for the next several days. In fact, there are winter weather advisories for parts of the north country starting this afternoon.

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Rain Later Today, Maybe Snow This Weekend Video included

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We're on a downward temperature slide starting today.

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Windy, Rainy & Warm Video included

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Strong winds will continue into the afternoon Wednesday.

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  • Bonnie C. Hamilton, 75, Formerly of Pyrites and Canton

    Bonnie C. Hamilton, 75, Formerly of Pyrites and Canton

    Friday, November 16 2018 5:40 PM EST2018-11-16 22:40:10 GMT

    Formerly of Pyrites and Canton - Bonnie C. Hamilton, 75, formerly of Pyrites and Canton, died Friday, November 16, 2018, at St. Regis Nursing Home in Massena.

    Formerly of Pyrites and Canton - Bonnie C. Hamilton, 75, formerly of Pyrites and Canton, died Friday, November 16, 2018, at St. Regis Nursing Home in Massena.

  • Mrs. Chloe Ann R. O’Neil, 75,of Parishville

    Mrs. Chloe Ann R. O’Neil, 75,of Parishville

    Friday, November 16 2018 4:51 PM EST2018-11-16 21:51:29 GMT

    Mrs. Chloe Ann R. O’Neil, age 75, of Parishville, NY passed away on November 15th in a tragic motor vehicle accident.

    Mrs. Chloe Ann R. O’Neil, age 75, of Parishville, NY passed away on November 15th in a tragic motor vehicle accident.

  • Suzanne H. Cobb, 84, Glenfield

    Suzanne H. Cobb, 84, Glenfield

    Friday, November 16 2018 4:46 PM EST2018-11-16 21:46:39 GMT

    GLENFIELD - Suzanne H. Cobb, 84, died Friday morning, November 16, 2018 at Lewis County Residential Health Care Facility with her family by her side.

    GLENFIELD - Suzanne H. Cobb, 84, died Friday morning, November 16, 2018 at Lewis County Residential Health Care Facility with her family by her side.

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