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One of the scores of artists at the third annual Lougheed Festival of the Arts at SUNY Potsdam will be Lars-Erik Fisk. He will talk about the future of sculpture at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Kellas Hall Room 101, and will unveil a permanent outdoor campus sculpture on Friday, May 2, near the Performing Arts Center.  (COURTESY SUNY POTSDAM)

The Whimsical Pig Custom Services, owned by Shannon Allen, Danielle Carman and Kira Cody, took the final vacancy in the Franklin Building on March 3. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Interviews take place during an open recruitment fair to fill more than 130 job openings at the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel Tuesday at O’Brien’s Restaurant, 226 Webb St., Clayton. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Tenne’h Okafor, a foreign exchange student from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, who is staying in Watertown, is helping to raise funds to donate to Project Rhino KZN, which raises awareness of rhinoceros poaching in her home country. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES )
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Caver Benjamin D. Brown checks the depth of an opening during a recent visit to the area of Hough’s Cave in the town of Martinsburg, while his daughter, Catherine, looks on. (STEVE VIRKLER N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS)

The state Department of Transportation plans to rehabilitate the William Street bridge in the village of Gouverneur, which spans over the Oswegatchie River, currently at a high level due to spring thaw. (DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION)

SUNY Potsdam freshmen Samantha P. Forbes, from Manlius, left, and Ashley C. Delgado, from Queens, collect a water sample in the Raquette River in Potsdam while looking for aquatic invertebrates to gauge water quality for a science class project. (JASON HUNTER N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Ogdensburg’s Maple City Trail was seriously damaged when the Oswegatchie River flowed over its banks earlier this month. (SEAN EWART N JOHNSON NEWSPAPERS)

Firefighters patrol the front yard of the scene of a meth lab investigation at 200 William St. in Watertown on Tuesday afternoon. (AMANDA MORRISON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)

Firefighters call for water while fighting a blaze at a house on Bonney Road in Brownville on Tuesday morning. Several area fire departments were called in for mutual aid. (NORM JOHNSTON N WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES)
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Salmon River goalie Tazz Oakes plows over Colton-Pierrepont’s Preston Frank on Tuesday as Oakes ran the length of the field to attempt a goal during a game at Colton-Pierrepont Central School.
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Olympic legend Carl Lewis and Pulitzer Prize winning author Jeffrey Marx speak at JCC, Tuesday evening, on the need for more organ and tissue donors as part of the non-profit Wendy Marx Foundation for Organ Donor Awareness.
JUSTIN SORENSEN/WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
Lowville track and field athlete Ellory Roberts excels in the shot put, sprints, and discus.
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