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THERESA — Calling it a safety hazard that will disrupt their lifestyle, seasonal cottage owners near Moon Lake contend that a couple is irresponsibly building an electrical fence on property that closely borders a single-lane gravel road to the neighborhood.
CANTON — Lesson-giving speeches by Rob Powers and Greg Carvel highlighted the first banquet for Northern Athletic Conference athletes who named to the Watertown Daily Times All-North first teams during the past school year.
MALONE — Approximately 16 miles from where his partner was killed, with 1½ miles before making it across the Canadian border, escaped killer David Sweat was subdued Sunday afternoon by state police after taking two bullets that brought him down, leaving him in critical condition.
CAPE VINCENT — Bringing history alive, blasts of cannon fire resounded throughout the village Saturday afternoon during the re-enactment of a War of 1812 skirmish between British and American soldiers.
WATERTOWN — Watertown City School District’s administrative offices will have familiar faces in new offices as Sherman Elementary Principal Margaret M. “Peg” Drappo will take over a new position as principal of the district’s expanding prekindergarten program and Assistant High School Principal Thomas S. Nabringer will become the new principal at Sherman.
OGDENSBURG — During the winter season, Ogdensburg Free Academy senior Kinnon LaRose established himself as one of the greatest basketball players in the history of Section 10. He enjoyed a record-setting senior campaign where he led the Blue Devils to a second straight appearance in the state Class B Final Four and later accepted an NCAA Division I scholarship to Siena College.