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Bears men's lacrosse slays Red Dragons on Senior Day, ascend into second place

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Rep. Owens returns campaign cash

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Canton photographer taking aerial photos with ‘drone’

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Gouverneur VFW Ladies Auxiliary to hold rummage sale April 22, 23

Wagner’s Whistle Stop in Norfolk to hold sale April 22, 24, 26

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St. Regis Mohawk Tribe clarifies non-member fishing restrictions

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U program taking food orders for May; orders to be placed by May 8

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