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The city of Watertown is warning the public to be cautious in certain buildings in light of a nightclub fire in Brazil. Meanwhile, the fire department no longer has the authority to do inspections:

 

The city of Watertown has a moral and legal obligation to keep the citizens of Watertown and its employees safe. They now want you the citizen to keep yourself safe. Good luck.

J. Compo
from email

The city's new procedure puts the firefighters and the building's occupants in unnecessary danger. The first time firefighters will now enter these buildings will be during an emergency situation.

Edward M. Brown
Retired Watertown Battalion Chief



The Canton and Potsdam School districts may be looking towards merging or sharing services:

 

This is a great solution. More school districts need to be doing this.

Matt Dailey
from Facebook

Like heck! The kids would kill each other! No way!

Phoebe Kay Macintosh
from Facebook


No one seems to know when the north country will have access to 4G LTE wireless technology:

 

We shouldn't be charged for 4G when we don't and can't get it. We have been charged $10 every month for the last 2 years for 4G.

Lori Parks
from Facebook

An honest sales rep once explained it to me: "There aren't enough people and the cows don't care."

Romeyn Prescott
from Facebook

Until we get plain old cell service here in Star Lake, I don't feel sorry for you.

Hope Dolan
from Facebook


We're marking the 36th anniversary of the Blizzard of '77. Many of you shared your memories:

 

I was 4 years old.  My dad had to dig a tunnel through the snow to get out the door.

Susan Parish Cardosa
from Facebook


We were on the family farm in Burrville. My siblings and I had to get hay to the heifers across the road and we tied ourselves together so we wouldn't lose each other!

Marcy Teal
from Facebook

Thursday, September 18, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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