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This ecclectic load of vehicles was headed for the cars for sale corral at the 2013 Syracuse Nationals show at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse. (PHOTO PROVIDED BY SYRACUSE NATIONALS
The view of the river side of the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel from a room balcony on Wednesday, as the doors opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.   (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Joseph Petrus, 10, uses his teeth in an attempt to untangle a frozen T-shirt during a competition at the Jefferson County Fair. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
NORM JOHNSTON n WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES  U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer speaks about the importance of Fort Drum and the 10th Mountain Division during an appearance in Watertown in March
Lisa Dufresne performs during the ‘Horses, Horses Horses!’ show at the Jefferson County Fair. The show runs at 3, 5 and 8 p.m. through Saturday and at 1, 3 and 5 p.m. Sunday. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Ken Tabor of Winthrop was the winner of Triple “A” Building Center’s Spring Catalog $1000 Shopping Spree at their Massena store. 
Ken Tabor with store manager Warren LaValley (SUBMITTED PHOTO
Kierstin French has been chosen as Outstanding Employee at the St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union. 
Kierstin French, Head Teller, Donna Hammond, Branch Operations Manager and Todd Mashaw, President/CEO of St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union. (SUBMITTED PHOTO
St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union donated $400 to be used as prizes for the Oswegatchie Golf Challenge. 
Doug Duprey, co-chairman of the Oswegatchie Golf Challenge Committee and 2nd vice president of the Ogdensburg Lions Club; Patrice Lemieux, loan clerk at the Commerce Park Drive branch; and Todd Mashaw, President/CEO of St. Lawrence Federal Credit Union. (SUBMITTED PHOTO
Hollywood actor and Ogdensburg native Mark Valley, center, is flanked by French and Indian War re-enactors Tom Nesbitt, left, and George Bray. Mr. Valley will be dressed in period clothes at Founder’s Weekend, July 19-20, on Van Rensselaer (Lighthouse) Point.
William J. Burke points out damage to this house he owns on Gardner Road, Lowville, to people who came to see the wreckage caused by Tuesday’s tornado. The house, rented to Maple Ridge Wind Farm workers, was empty when the storm struck. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Yevonne Cantwell filmed what National Weather Service officials say could have been a funnel cloud during Tuesday night’s storm.
Crews from Northern Tier Contracting Inc., Gouverneur, work on the facade of North Country Freedom Homes’ halfway house at 23 Dies St., Canton. (SUSAN MENDE N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS
William W. Carlisle, left, has joined the Carlisle Law Firm, 602 State St., Ogdensburg, founded by his father, Preston C. Former St. Lawrence County District Attorney Nicole M. Duve is also a partner. (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES 
Sandra R. ‘Sandy’ Maine, founder of SunFeather Natural Soap, has started a new business, Adirondack Fragrance & Flavor Farm, Parishville. (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES 
The Red and Black’s George Ashcraft is entering his 25th season as a coach with the organization. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
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