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Longtime musician J. Lee Flynn will be honored by South Jefferson Community Choir at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Adams Village Baptist Church.  (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES 
Soldiers of Delta Company of the 1st Battalion, 10th Aviation Regiment assembled Wednesday at the unit’s activation ceremony at Wheeler Sack Army Airfield.  (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
General Brown Central School District Superintendent Cammy J. Morrison reads to children during the summer literacy program at Dexter Elementary School. The districts are considering having her run both districts for one year. (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Multimillionaire philanthropist Garry T. McGivney, pictured in the lounge of the Watertown American Legion in 2006, died Sunday at 75. (WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES FILE PHOTO
Watertown Fire Department personnel train in high-angle rope rescue techniques on the retaining walls behind Empsall Plaza downtown. Fire crews do periodic training for certification throughout the year at various places in the city. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
The Algoma Harvester, launched Thursday, is among a new wave of energy-efficient ships built to haul cargo through the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway system.
A Water Department of Public Works crew repaired a pothole on West Main Street in February. Five months later, the task continues. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES FILES
Larry F. Stinson, seen at his business Tug Edge Outdoor & More in Adams in 2010, has sold about 1,070 acres of farmland.  (JUSTIN SORENSEN N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES FILES
Examples of Ice Dyed scarves by Virginia Burnett. (PHOTO SUBMITTED 
Mac, a one-year-old, Male Boxer and shelter dog looking for a permanent home, visited T&R Wines & Liquors owners Tracy and Roy Wilson to thank them for their sponsorship.  (PHOTO SUBMITTED 
CPH First in NNY to Add  New Technology for Detecting Cancer in Dense Breast Tissue. (PHOTO SUBMITTED
Lowville resident Michaela Ormsbee being promoted in 2013 as first female commander of the Civil Air Patrol’s Fort Drum-Watertown Composite Squadron, NY-406. As residents of Lewis County, the Ormsbee family and all other active-duty soldiers and their families are asked to attend National Night Out on Sept. 11, where they will be honored. (FILE PHOTO
Assistant Fire Chief Kenneth Stull installs a sign over the Oswegatchie River, warning boaters the area is an official no wake zone. (SUBMITTED PHOTO
Brittany J. Hurburt, 10, pours water with friend Quintin H. Juell, 12, on her niece Melanie D. Beadenkoph, 9, at Taylor Park Beach in Canton. (MELANIE KIMBLER-LAGO N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Jeremy F. Hitsman, Lisbon, an employee of Mud Lake Stalls, DePeyster, constructs a cow barn Tuesday on the Smith farm in Morley.  (JASON HUNTER N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran, left, and John L. Halford Sr.on Friday unveil the plaque on the newly named Halford Hall, the Center for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technologies, on campus. (SUNY CANTON
John Roder collected more than 1,500 pounds of food for the Massena Neighborhood Center during his ‘Christmas in July’ food drive. Pictured are his fiancee, Kelly Stowell, Mr. Roder, Sandy Deshane from the Massena Neighborhood Center and Larry Fountaine. (BOB BECKSTEAD N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS
Sara-Dawn I. Lamica, Louisville, adopted Sir Edward Winston the pig from the Potsdam Humane Society earlier this month. Winston was at the humane society after he was picked up as a stray pig in Raymondville. (JASON HUNTER N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Watertown Rams Drew Hercik is late on the tag as Newark’s Tommy Wagner slides safely into third base Tuesday night at the Fairgrounds.
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