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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Watertown Daily Times | It’s beginning to look a lot like Snowtown — finally

WATERTOWN — It finally looks like there will be a winter wonderland for the city’s Snowtown USA. Organizers moved the eight-day winter celebration event...

Watertown Daily Times | Lowville Legion’s Queen of Hearts still going; jackpot over $50,000...

LOWVILLE — The American Legion’s Queen of Hearts was at $42,000 at the time of the drawing on Sunday, but that didn’t make...

Police Investigate Possible Meth Lab In Fire That Burned Man

  An Ogdensburg man was hospitalized following a fire Sunday night. City police said they're investigating the possibility that a methamphetamine lab...

How The Tyler Johnson Murder Case Was Prosecuted

The Tyler Johnson murder case was one of the largest cases the Jefferson County district attorney says she has ever prosecuted in terms of...

Watertown Daily Times | Police: Pennsylvania teen runs away to Adirondacks

Police in southeastern Pennsylvania are looking for a 17-year-old who left home and told his parents he is in the Adirondack Mountains to...

Watertown Daily Times | Historic habitation: Holcomb Street apartment building named to National Register

WATERTOWN — Addison F. Lansing left historical footprints all over this city and in other north country communities with the buildings he designed....

Protesters In Watertown Rally Against Government Shutdown

  With the partial government shutdown entering day 22 Saturday, protesters gathered in Watertown's Public Square. Protesters stood outside in the cold to...

Watertown Daily Times | Dock Street restaurant parking issues addressed

WEST CARTHAGE — After hearing from several people at the Jan. 9 public hearing, the River Area Council of Governments Cooperative Zoning Board...

Schools Not Letting Indian River Teacher ‘Fight Cancer Alone’

  Two different schools took the court Friday at Indian River High School, but most people in the gym were wearing green...

Watertown Daily Times | Gillibrand hires new aides, signaling presidential run is imminent

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has hired two senior communications aides for an expected presidential campaign, a sign that she is all...
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