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Matt Burr, left, drummer for Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, signs a drum set he recently commissioned for and donated to St. Lawrence University’s Java Barn for student use.


The Canadian Cost Guard ice-breaker Griffon clears ice Tuesday from the channel between Cape Vincent and Wolfe Island. Accumulated ice is making St. Lawrence Seaway traffic difficult for ships two weeks into the season. (PERRY WHITE N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Employees run the operation at the Gold Star Feed plant in Adams Center. The plant recently was purchased by J.D. Heiskell & Co. from Kent Nutrition Group. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Broker Lory Cobb, of the newly merged Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, looks for a client number in the office of the former Peebles Realty in Adams. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Still dressed for winter weather, a man and his dog take a stroll Tuesday in freezing rain along Emerson Street in the city of Watertown. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES )

Merz Road in Castorland is inundated by water Monday evening. (STEVE VIRKLER N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS)

With flooding throughout the region, Richard L. Dana, Canton, left, helps Ian P. Hayes set up a sump pump Tuesday outside his house along the St. Regis River in Winthrop. (JASON HUNTER N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

A boat owned by TIMIS Inc. Drilling and Marine Construction, Alexandria Bay, sank in Morristown Bay after being left in the water through the winter. (SEAN EWART N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS)
Three Brasher men have obtained this plane for display across from the Brasher Municipal Building. It is now in Pensacola, Fla., and must be transported to the north country.

Twin sisters Kylee, left, and Michaela Martin will lead Sandy Creek’s softball team as catcher and pitcher, respectively.  (AAMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Massena’s Matt Hatch hoists the NCAA Division I Men’s Hockey Championship Trophy after Union College’s 7-4 win over the University of Minnesota at Philadelphia last Saturday. (DANIEL JANKOWSKI N SPECIAL TO THE TIMES)
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