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State police zone commander recalls Great Ice Storm of 1998; vol. 3

WATERTOWN — With his nearly 30 years in the New York state police, David J. Peters could tell you scores of stories involving that service.

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Watertown’s park circle closed to traffic to prepare for SnowTown USA

WATERTOWN — SnowTown USA is back, evident by Watertown’s park circle being closed to traffic.

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Higher support needs students get to hit the hardwood with the Copenhagen Girls’ Basketball Team

A group of higher support needs students got an opportunity to hit the court Saturday with a local state championship girls basketball team.

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A moving memoir: An epic ‘Journey to Daybreak’ enlightens Canton man

CANTON — John A. Clark had a dream — a “Journey to Daybreak.” On bike, in boat and on foot, he arrived there, with a concluding vision of a new day ascending — a gift that matched his newfound sense…

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Hochul’s proposals target firefighter recruitment. NNY responders are ‘cautiously optimistic’

Proposals aimed at boosting recruitment and retaining volunteer firefighters across the state by Gov. Kathleen A. Hochul are being lauded as good first steps by fire chiefs and emergency services officials across the north country.

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‘Multiple fatalities’ in St. Lawrence County collision

Multiple adults have died after a head-on crash in State Route 37 in the Town of Louisville.

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Congresswoman Tenney says NY’s energy policy will be ‘catastrophic’

North country Congresswoman Claudia Tenney is not in support of New York state’s energy policy.

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‘I want to serve the people,’ says Ogdensburg’s new city manager

Mohideen Buharie is Ogdensburg's new city manager. We spoke with him about the challenges he'll face.

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Nursing shortage to be focus of hospital picket

An informational picket is planned next week at Watertown’s Samaritan Medical Center to bring awareness to what nurses say is a much larger, national problem.

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Attendant treated, released after laundromat dryer fire in city

WATERTOWN — One person was treated and released after a dryer fire at Colonial Laundromat on State Street near North and South Pearl avenues Friday night.

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