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  • Sackets Harbor seniors donated over $3,700 to school clubs, community groups June 24, 2018
    pSACKETS HARBOR — The Sackets Harbor Central School District’s Class of 2018 is using its leftover funds to give back and pay forward./ppClass advisors Chelsea L. Nohle and Lindsey C. Allen said the 38 seniors had $3,741.20 left over following their whitewater rafting trip on May 31. /ppTheir choice of the local rafting trip, as […]
    Watertown Daily Times
  • NY21 candidates say some issues addressed insufficently June 24, 2018
    pWith 14 months of campaigning, around 12 forums and debates and 10 candidates, the Democratic primary has covered a lot of ground — both literally and metaphorically, across the massive 21st Congressional District./ppDuring this wide-ranging conversation, some issues — like health care — have been discussed extensively. Others have fallen by the wayside. Each of […]
    Watertown Daily Times
  • Nature Up North offers free fishing clinic during Free Fishing Weekend in New York June 24, 2018
    pPOTSDAM — Nature Up North used the Department of Environmental Conservation’s Free Fishing Weekend to offer a free fishing clinic Saturday along the Raquette River at Ives Park in Potsdam./pp“That means anyone can fish for free this weekend,” said Nature Up North Project Manager Emlyn Crocker, who was joined by summer intern Maggie Jensen./ppMs. Crocker […]
    Watertown Daily Times
  • Close to the river bank June 24, 2018
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  • Fifth annual Juneteenth brings people from all over to celebrate history, artistry June 24, 2018
    pThe more than 80 people who crowded into the conference room of the Ramada Inn for the fifth annual Watertown Juneteenth celebration came from all over: from Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Chicago and Detroit. /ppThey brought food, printed clothes, James Baldwin novels and jewelry to sell. There was music — Trumptight315 bringing old school R&B funk, […]
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  • Dig it: Archaeologists scour Woodstock '69 concert field June 21, 2018
    (Jun 21, 2018) BETHEL, N.Y. (AP) This is the digging of the Age of Aquarius. [full story]
  • North Country at Work: mail boat memories on Cranberry Lake and Long Lake June 20, 2018
    (Jun 20, 2018) For many watery North Country locales, mail boat service was (and in some places, still is) the difference between life as a hermit and enjoying contact with the outside world. Operating a mail boat is a particularly rare (and enviable) job, but was common across the region by the late 1800s and […]
  • New book delves into archaeology in the Adirondack Park June 4, 2018
    (Jun 4, 2018) LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (AP) A new book published this month chronicles the wide array of archaeological sites in New York's Adirondack Park. [full story]
  • Books: "One Rough Life - Ted Ashlaw" June 1, 2018
    (Jun 1, 2018) Traditonal Arts in Upstate New York, TAUNY, will release its latest book project, "One Rough Life - Ted Ashlaw: Adirondack Lumber Camp and Barroom Singer" by Robert Bethke, next week. [full story]
  • Merrickville commemorates 225 years along the Rideau Canal May 23, 2018
    (May 23, 2018) A mosaic of Merrickville, Ontario's history will be presented during 15 events this summer. Founded by William Merrick in 1793, the village sits along the Rideau Canal, southwest of Ottawa. This year marks its 225th anniversary.Merrickville has a history that included mills and manufacturing. Today it's best-known as a tourist destination. Much […]