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10th Mountain Soldier Dies In Afghanistan

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A 10th Mountain Division soldier died due to a non-combat related incident in Afghanistan Thursday, according to a statement from the 10th Mountain Division's public affairs office late Friday afternoon. The incident is under investigation.

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2 Arrested After Cocaine Bust

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A cocaine bust in the town of Rutland has ended with two people in jail. 

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Lawsuit Filed Over State Lawmakers' $50K Pay Raise Video included

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A $50,000 pay raise for New York lawmakers is being challenged in court.  

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Woman Arrested In Watertown Drug Bust

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Police expect more arrests in an investigation that resulted in a raid at a Watertown apartment on Thursday. 

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Testimony Continues In Sharlow's Rape Retrial

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Jurors heard from witnesses for a second day in the retrial of a Colton man on rape charges. 

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Salvation Army's Red Kettle Campaign Struggles To Reach Goal Video included

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With just ten days left, the Salvation Army says the Red Kettle Campaign is falling behind statewide.

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Deadlines Loom For State Health Care Plans Video included

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We are coming up on a deadline for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. If you want your insurance to start January 1, your deadline is Saturday.

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North Country Family Health Center Celebrates 25 Years Video included

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For a quarter-century, school-age children in Watertown and beyond have been able to get free health care without leaving the building. 

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Live Report From Carthage Parade Video included

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A weekend full of holiday festivities in Carthage is kicking off with a holiday parade. 7 News anchor Jeff Cole is the emcee of the parade. 

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Students Give Back To School Bus Driver Video included

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A bus driver, who loves giving kids a lift, is now on the receiving end.  

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Blast From The Past: 1992 Copenhagen Holiday Spirit Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to 1992 when, in the spirit of the season, folks in Copenhagen were making sure that all in the community had a happy holiday.

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5 Escape Hopkinton House Fire Video included

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A woman and four children escaped a house fire in the town of Hopkinton Thursday afternoon. 

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Pinning Ceremony Marks Beginning Of Careers For JCC Nursing Students Video included

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With the twist of a pin, weekend nursing students at Jefferson Community College are officially qualified to enter their chosen profession. 

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Highlights & Scores: Boys' NAC Hoops Video included

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The Canton Golden Bears lived up to their name by shooting gold in a boys' Northern Athletic Conference basketball contest against Malone Thursday night. 

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Beaver River Win Marks 600th For Longtime Coach Video included

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It was a special night on Wednesday as a north country volleyball coach reached a milestone in a long career of successes. 

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Former Jail Employee Accused Of Raping Inmates Video included

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The former head cook at the St. Lawrence County Jail faces rape and other charges for allegedly having sex with three inmates who worked in the kitchen. 

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Police: Woman Was Texting Before Crash That Killed Chloe Ann O'Neil

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There has been an arrest in connection with last month's fatal crash that claimed the life of former Assemblywoman Chloe Ann O'Neil. 

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Hammond Student Handcuffed, Hospitalized Over Instagram Post Video included

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Police took a Hammond student away in handcuffs over an Instagram post. The parents say its retaliation. School officials say they're out to protect students.

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National Scam Involving Email Threats Reaches St. Lawrence County

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Law enforcement officials in the north country and around the nation are investigating email bomb threats. 

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Stefanik Wants More Women In Congress Video included

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik says the Republican party needs a wake up call after this past election. 

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Man Pleads To Weapon Sale

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A man indicted on 40 weapons-related charges earlier this year pleaded guilty Thursday in Jefferson County court to one count of criminal sale of a firearm. 

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Harrisville To Soon Dissolve Into Diana Video included

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At the end of the month the Lewis County village of Harrisville won't be a village anymore and officials are getting ready for the big change. 

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Children's Home Looks To Hire Another 20 Workers Video included

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The Children's Home of Jefferson County is hiring for 20 new jobs after just filling another 20 within the last month.

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Walmart, Target Sued Over Lead-Contaminated Toys

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Walmart, Target and a toy importer are being sued by New York state for selling lead-contaminated toys. 

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Fire Doused At Lowville Bowling Pin Manufacturer

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A small fire was quickly put out at the AMF Qubica bowling pin plant in Lowville Thursday. 

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Beating Holiday Stress and Depression Video included

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While it's thought of as the most wonderful time of year, the holiday season can come with a lot of added pressure, stress and even anger. 

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Man Arrested In Watertown Pleads Guilty To 2014 Kentucky Murder

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A 31-year-old man who was arrested in Watertown as a fugitive from justice several years ago has pleaded guilty to the murder he was wanted for. 

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Volunteer Fire Companies Struggle To Make Ends Meet Video included

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Costs to run a volunteer fire department can add up. 

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Highlights & Scores: Signings, A Milestone & Wrestling Video included

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Wednesday afternoon was busy at South Jefferson as seniors Savannah Fish and Paige Crandall both signed letters of intent to continue their lacrosse careers at Division II Lemoyne College. 

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Traffic Advisory: Stone Street In Watertown

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Part of Watertown's Stone Street will be closed to traffic for much of Thursday. 

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Power Deal 'Keeps The Happiness' Of Arconic Workers Video included

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Ten years of power, ten years of jobs. That's what they are saying about a cut-rate power deal for Arconic in Massena. 

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Hallett Made Homophobic Slurs To Attorney, State Panel Says

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A LeRay town justice is resigning under charges he made homophobic slurs to an attorney last year. 

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Beckstead Sentenced To 15 Years In Johnson Killing Video included

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A fourth person involved in the murder of Tyler Johnson has been sentenced. 

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Scovil Takes Plea Deal In Baseball Bat Beating Case

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A South Colton man, who was accused beating three men with a baseball bat, has taken a plea deal.

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St. Lawrence County Gets $1M To Help Remove Lead From Homes

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More than 200 children in St. Lawrence County have dangerous levels of lead in their systems, according to officials. 

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Farm Bill Approved By Senate And House Video included

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North Country representatives in Washington are applauding a nearly $900 billion Farm Bill that is nearing passage.

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10th Mountain Division Artillery Gets New Leader Video included

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Fort Drum's 10th Mountain Division Artillery has a new leader.

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Sheriff's Office Welcomes New K9 Video included

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The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is welcoming the newest member of its department. 

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Man Pleads Guilty After Watertown Drug Bust

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A 29 year old Bronx man has taken a plea deal in connection with a drug bust in Watertown. 

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Clayton Man Gets Probation In Child Endangerment Case

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A 56 year old Clayton man, who was accused of having sexual contact with a child, has been sentenced to probation.

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Watertown Residents Asked To Clear Snow Around Hydrants Video included

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The Watertown City Fire Department is asking residents to help shovel out fire hydrants on their streets. 

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Viggo Mortensen Nominated For Screen Actors Guild Award

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Watertown High School graduate Viggo Mortensen has been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award.

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Watertown City Council Hopefuls Make Their Case Video included

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With less than a month to make a decision, Watertown lawmakers questioned more than a dozen community members interested in filling a seat that will become vacant when council member Mark Walczyk moves on to the state Assembly next year. 

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Highlights & Scores: Frontier League Hoops Video included

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It was a boys' Frontier League match-up in Dexter Tuesday night as the General Brown Lions hosted the Indian River Warriors. 

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Team Profile: Lowville Red Raiders Volleyball Video included

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The Lowville volleyball team recorded a straight three-game victory over General Brown Monday night.

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Good News For Massena, St. Lawrence County Jobs

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There was good news Tuesday for jobs in Massena and in Oswegatchie, courtesy of the New York Power Authority. The Power Authority's trustees approved a 5,000 kilowatt allocation for Arconic, the Alcoa spin-off company which operates in the old Massena West plant.

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Moore Sentenced In Tyler Johnson Murder Video included

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Another of Tyler Johnson's killers has been sentenced. 

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Psych Center Worker Accused Of Stealing From Patients

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An employee at the St. Lawrence Psychiatric Center in Ogdensburg has been arrested.

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Snowmobile Safety Tips In Wake Of Deadly Weekend Video included

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It was a deadly start to the snowmobiling season in the north country. This past weekend three people died in crashes.

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Walters Murder Trial Will Likely Happen In February Or March

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A trial for the man charged in the deaths of his wife and a state trooper will likely happen in February or March. 

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Proposed Law Would Close Limousine Loophole

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North country Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has joined two other New York members of the House of Representatives to introduce legislation to close a loophole in the law governing retrofitted limousines. 

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Watertown's Apollo Restaurant Closing After 30+ Years Video included

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Watertown's Greek restaurant is closing after more than three decades in business. 

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'Heart Of The North Country' Special Celebrates Feel-good Stories Video included

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As 2018 comes to an end, we look back at some of the stories that make us proud to call the north country home. 7 News anchors Makenzie Piatt and Jeff Cole will co-host the upcoming "Heart Of The North Country" special. 

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Toys Collected For Needy Children In Lewis County Video included

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There's a truck full of toys in Lewis County. People have been dropping off hundreds of them at Essenlohr Motors in Lowville.

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Just Face It: Horse Power! Video included

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This week on Just Face It, talk about horsepower!

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Lewis County Home Damaged In Overnight Fire

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A West Turin home was damaged by fire overnight. 

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Watertown Officials Approve Thompson Park Pool Plan Video included

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Watertown's Thompson Park pool project is a go. 

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Alleged Stolen Vehicle Chase Ends In Lewis County

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An 18 year old from Connecticut was charged following a pursuit in an alleged stolen vehicle early Monday morning that started in Oneida County and ended in Lewis County.

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2 Plead Guilty To Transporting Smuggled Immigrants

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Two people drove into the U.S. from Canada near Massena last June and picked up two Dominican Republic citizens who were smuggled by boat across the St. Lawrence River to near Hogansburg.

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Highlights & Scores: South Jeff vs Carthage Video included

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A girls' Frontier League basketball battle was a close one early on as Carthage hosted the Spartans from South Jefferson Monday night. 

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Many Firsts Ahead For Fledgling Panthers Program Video included

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It's been a season of firsts so far for the Belleville Henderson girls' basketball team. 

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Couple Faces Setback In Bid To Battle Galloo Island Project

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There was a small development on Monday in the long-running controversy over whether a wind power farm should be built on Galloo Island. 

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Parishville-Hopkinton 'Parting Ways' With H.S. Principal Video included

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The Parishville-Hopkinton Central School District says it's “parting ways” with a popular high school principal. Hundreds of people have signed an online petition demanding she be brought back.

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Hallett Out As LeRay Town Justice

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Watertown lawyer John W. Hallett has resigned from his post as a Town of LeRay justice. 

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Kulzer Resigns From Lewis Legislature

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Lewis County legislator Greg Kulzer has resigned from the legislature. He hopes it doesn't last long.

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Locals Pleased About Milley's Nomination As Chairman Of The Joint Chiefs of Staff Video included

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Several north country representatives are applauding the nomination of a former 10th Mountain Division Commander for the next Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest ranking military office in the country.

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What To Do About That Watertown Fence & The City Code Video included

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What to do with a fence in Watertown? That's been an ongoing discussion between the city and the homeowner who built the fence.

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Ride-Sharing Services & The Disabled Video included

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For most of us, ride sharing services Uber and Lyft are easy to use. But, if you have a disability, that may not be true.

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Your Turn: Feedback On Pay Raise, Panic Buttons & Airlines Video included

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A $50,000 pay raise is in the works for state lawmakers. It would be the first pay hike in 20 years. You shared your thoughts on that and other stories in the news.

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50 Children 'Shop With A Cop' Video included

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Shop with a Cop returns to Jefferson County. This past Saturday, about 50 children went on a shopping spree at Walmart in Watertown. 

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18-Year-Old Man Killed in Snowmobile Crash in Lewis County

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State Police say Luke Tyrrell lost control of his snowmobile Sunday on Flat Rock Road in the Town of Montague. 

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Trails Opening, Snowmobilers Back on Tug Hill Video included

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 People from across the state came to the Tug Hill region over the weekend to take advantage of the first trails opening up.

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Potential Future For Closed North Country Landfills Video included

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Closed landfills like can't be used for much of anything. Until now. A solar power company is scouting the north country to put solar arrays on top of them. 

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Flower Memorial Library Turns into Elf Workshop Video included

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Making presents and spreading Christmas cheer as Watertown's Flower Memorial Library transforms into an elf Workshop.

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'Home For Christmas,' Ted Keegan Show Raises Money for Hospice Video included

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Theater star and Watertown native, Ted Keegan made his way back home for the holidays. 

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President Picks Milley As Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman

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President Trump said he is nominating former 10th Mountain Division Commander Mark Milley to be the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

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Saturday Sports: Route 11 Rivalry; Clarkson Women's Hockey Beats St. Lawrence Video included

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It was part 2 of the Route 11 rivalry between the Clarkson and St. Lawrence women's hockey teams taking place Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena. The Lady Saints looking to bounce back from a 4-0 shutout loss Friday at home.

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Watertown Church Holds Christmas Giveaway Video included

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Toys, furniture, clothes and plenty in between. It was all part of the 5th Christmas Giveaway Saturday at New Life Christian Church in Watertown. Members of the church donated thousands of items to help people find the perfect presents this holiday season. 

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Free Christmas Dinner Courtesy West Carthage Fire Dept. Video included

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Making sure there's a meal for anyone in West Carthage.

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Celebrating Christmas in Croghan Video included

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It's Christmas time in Croghan once again. Friday night was the 16th year the holiday festivities took over village.

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COR Executive Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison

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NEW YORK (AP) — A federal judge has sentenced a real estate executive to three years in prison for his role in schemes to bribe a former top aide to New York's governor and to steer projects to his company. 

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Friday Sports: Lowville Boys' Basketball Remains Undefeated; Beats Watertown Video included

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A boys' Frontier League crossover game Friday night at Watertown High School as the Cyclones hosted the undefeated Lowville Red Raiders.

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North Country State Assembly Members Blast Lawmaker Pay Raises Video included

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New York lawmakers are about to become the highest paid in the country. But, one north country Assemblyman wonders if the raises are constitutional.

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Blast From The Past: 2000 Holiday Cheer Video included

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This week on Blast From The Past, we go back to December 2000 to hear some singing students from Clayton's Guardino Elementary School.  

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Watertown Man Recalls Pearl Harbor Bombing Video included

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On the anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, a Watertown man is sharing what it was like to be there. 

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Excitement Builds Over Carthage Property's Future Video included

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Plans continue to rehab a long-vacant Carthage building. Excitement for the project is building.

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Man Gets Prison For Watertown Drug Bust

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A 46 year old Rochester man, who was busted for drugs in Watertown over the summer, is going to prison.

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Watertown Man Sentenced In Robbery Case

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A 22 year old Watertown man, who was arrested in connection with a robbery and shooting that officials described as drug-related, is going to prison. 

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Judge Tosses One Lawsuit Over Golf Club Sale

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One of the lawsuits seeking to block the sale of the Watertown Golf Club has been tossed. 

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Fireplace & Space Heater Safety Tips Video included

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As temperatures get colder this winter you may be using a space heater or fireplace in your home to keep warm. But if you don't, use them properly tragedy can strike. 

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Man Who Faced 28,000+ Criminal Counts Takes Plea Deal

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A Lewis County man, who was charged with more than 28,000 criminal counts, now faces more than a decade in prison.

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It's Old Newsboys Day Video included

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Volunteers were busy Friday hawking newspapers to raise money for the Salvation Army. 

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Watertown Digs Out After Heavy Snowfall Video included

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Road crews were hard at work Friday morning cleaning up after 18 inches of snow fell in Watertown last night, blanketing the area.  

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Friday Weather: The Big Dig Video included

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We will spend Friday digging out from Thursday's lake effect snowfall in Watertown and the surrounding area. 

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Thursday Night: 'Absolutely Abysmal' As Snow Kept Coming Video included

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As Thursday's lake effect snow stalled and settled over the Watertown area Thursday afternoon and evening, people found it difficult to impossible to keep up with the mess. Traffic slowed, and while there were no serious accidents reported, there were plenty of scares. 

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Morning Sports: Lowville Looks For Big Year Video included

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The Lowville Red Raiders boys varsity basketball team is off to a fast start, and looking for a big year.

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Fort Drum Salutes President George H.W. Bush Video included

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Soldiers on Fort Drum performed a 21-gun salute to honor the former President George H.W. Bush on Thursday. 

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Watertown Continues To Consider Business Improvement District Video included

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Could Watertown businesses start paying taxes in order to fund private services? The Downtown Business Association is interested in creating a district that would make that reality. 

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Gouverneur Students Learn To Code Video included

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They're doing an Hour of Code at Gouverneur schools. It's about learning to program computers. 

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Cookbooks Help Buy Food For Needy Students Video included

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Backpacks are usually filled with books, but now a book will help fill up a backpack with food. 

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After Fire, Snow Is Welcome Sight For Dry Hill Ski Area Video included

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One man is singing the praises of Mother Nature. The owner of Dry Hill Ski Area says Thursday's snow makes all the difference for a solid start to his season after a fire earlier this week. 

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Lewis County Man Charged With Rape, Incest

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Lewis County sheriff's deputies have lodged rape and incest charges against a 45 year old town of Martinsburg man. 

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Norfolk Man Allegedly Held Knife, Grabbed Woman

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A 28 year old Norfolk man is accused of grabbing a woman, while holding a knife in his hand. 

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Viggo Mortensen Receives Golden Globe Nomination

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The Watertown Native's Fourth Golden Globe Nomination

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Fate of Bus Garage Argued Video included

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The argument over whether a new school bus garage should be allowed in the Town of Watertown continued Wednesday night, with no resolution. 

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Sports: Lowville, N-N, Potsdam, Beaver River Win Video included

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Lowville beat General Brown 58-52 Wednesday night in boys high school basketball. 

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Fort Drum Tests New Robotic Technology Video included

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Fort Drum soldiers are testing out some of the newest robotic technology the Army has to offer.

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Faster Internet Coming To St. Lawrence County Video included

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Broadband service now a reality for some in rural parts of the region as people are brought up to speed on the internet in St. Lawrence County. 

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Helping The Homeless This Holiday Season Video included

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Gifts are starting to pile up under the Christmas tree at the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce. 

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Church To Give Away Gifts To Needy Video included

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A Watertown church is getting ready to give away gifts to hundreds of people in need this Saturday. 

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New Russell Bridge Reopens Video included

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There's relief after months of long detours in the heart of St. Lawrence County as the Russell bridge reopens in style. 

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Local Man Discusses Campaign Button Collection Video included

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As the nation mourns the death of former President George H.W. Bush, a local man honored him by wearing a 1988 Bush campaign button. 

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Jenne Looks Back At Assembly Career Video included

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After nearly a decade in the state Assembly, Addie Jenne will leave office.  We sat down with Jenne to talk about her career in Albany.

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4 Arrested On Burglary Charges

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Four St. Lawrence County residents face burglary charges in connection with an alleged incident in Norfolk over the weekend. 

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Man Allegedly Tried To Break Into Catholic School

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A Norfolk man is accused trying to break into a Catholic school in the town of Massena. 

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Potsdam Man Accused Of Rape

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A 58 year old Potsdam man faces rape charges. 

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Fowler Woman Killed In Weekend Crash

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A 95 year old Fowler woman was killed in a crash over the weekend in St. Lawrence County. 

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President George H.W. Bush Funeral Today

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The nation says goodbye to former President George H.W. Bush later today. Tuesday was another day of public mourning for the 41st president, who died late Friday night at the age of 94. 

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Morning Checkup: How to Spot and Beat Holiday Depression Video included

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The holidays are a time of joy and celebration for many, but there's also added stress.

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Sports: Multiple Games in Watertown, New SLC Swim Team Competes Video included

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A big Frontier League volleyball battle Tuesday night as Watertown hosted Carthage. The A Division match came down to five games as Watertown beat Carthage 3-2.  

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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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Warmer & Maybe A Little Rain Video included

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The north country will have a bit of a warmup for the next couple of days.

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Getting Warmer For A Few Days Video included

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After few morning flurries, the rest of Thursday should be dry, but cloudy. 

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Chilly With Clearing Skies By Afternoon Video included

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You might see a few flurries Wednesday morning, but it should clear off by afternoon. 

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Mostly Cloudy With Snow Here & There Video included

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The north country could see a little snow from time to time Tuesday. 

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Sunny & Unseasonably Cool Video included

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The week starts out calm weather-wise, but it will be chilly for this time of year. 

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McLeod's Forecast: Mostly Dry and Cold Video included

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A weak cold front could present some light flurries overnight with chances for freezing drizzle more toward the lakeshore.

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Morning Interview: Dinner & A Movie Video included

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Looking for something different to do this weekend? Here's an idea: how about dinner and a movie, with the food from some of Clayton's finest restaurants. It's a night of charity at Cerow arena, with the proceeds going to the Sons of The American Legion, and the price of admission $10 for adults, $5 for children.

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Wake-Up Weather: Dry Today, Some Snow Tomorrow Video included

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Rather dry today, but lake effect snow in the forecast for tomorrow.  We start out our Wednesday with temperatures in the 20s. That will warm up a bit in to the 30s, with partly sunny skies. 

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  • Julia E. Burns, 98, formerly of Wellesley Island

    Julia E. Burns, 98, formerly of Wellesley Island

    Friday, December 14 2018 2:37 PM EST2018-12-14 19:37:44 GMT

    Julia E. Burns, 98, formerly of Wellesley Island, NY, died Wednesday afternoon, December 12, 2018 at the Seneca Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Waterloo, NY.  

    Julia E. Burns, 98, formerly of Wellesley Island, NY, died Wednesday afternoon, December 12, 2018 at the Seneca Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Waterloo, NY.  

  • Paul J. Caster, 86, of Colton

    Paul J. Caster, 86, of Colton

    Friday, December 14 2018 2:35 PM EST2018-12-14 19:35:30 GMT

    COLTON - Funeral services for 86 year old Paul J. Caster, a resident of 100 County Route 58, Colton, will be held Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at 10 a.m. at the Colton United Methodist Church Colton with Rev. Brooke Newell presiding. 

    COLTON - Funeral services for 86 year old Paul J. Caster, a resident of 100 County Route 58, Colton, will be held Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at 10 a.m. at the Colton United Methodist Church Colton with Rev. Brooke Newell presiding. 

  • Diana L. Howie, 67, Norwood & Hammond

    Diana L. Howie, 67, Norwood & Hammond

    Friday, December 14 2018 2:31 PM EST2018-12-14 19:31:01 GMT

    HAMMOND – Diana L. Howie, 67, of Norwood, formerly of Hammond, passed away on Wednesday, December 13, 2018 at Canton-Potsdam Hospital. 

    HAMMOND – Diana L. Howie, 67, of Norwood, formerly of Hammond, passed away on Wednesday, December 13, 2018 at Canton-Potsdam Hospital. 

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