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Looking around the crowded walkways of the Magrath Sports Complex on Thursday, Staff Sgt. Ladiedre V. Benjamin weighed her options. She had freshened her resume and set up an account on resume posting site LinkedIn. The question on her mind was what she wanted to do, and where she wanted to go. In about six months, her Army career will be over, and a job fair on post gave her a chance to see what was out there.
RODMAN — After conducting business during a meeting Thursday morning, board members of the Development Authority of the North Country spent the afternoon celebrating the organization’s 30th birthday with employees and the public.
CARTHAGE — While most members of the Carthage football team were gearing up for the start of the season, senior lineman Conner Gibbons took a brief detour in order to win a North American Grappling Association title.
WATERTOWN — The city’s Factory Street reconstruction project is expected to make it challenging to access Northern Credit Union, but changes have been made to keep members happy at the branch office on the street.
POTSDAM — Frederick J. “Hank” Robar Sr. didn’t attend last week’s village Democratic caucus when two candidates were selected to run on the party’s line for trustee in the November election. But his art displays once again took center stage when talk turned to the major issues facing the community.