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POTSDAM — Paige Fayette won a draw and then scored her fifth goal of the game with 28 seconds left to lead the Clarkson University women’s lacrosse team to a 13-12 win over St. Lawrence University in a Liberty League game Wednesday.
OGDENSBURG — The director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum is planning to reach out to officials at the Birmingham Museum of Art in Alabama to share information about a forgotten 120-year-old Remington portrait appraised for as much as $800,000 at a recent taping of the popular PBS series “Antiques Roadshow.”
WATERTOWN — Christine M. Watkins, a Lewis County native and the executive director of the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District, was given the Willard F. Croney Distinguished Service Award by the New York State Conservation District Employees Association in March.
CANTON — Author and environmentalist Bill McKibben visited SUNY Canton Wednesday to issue a call to action to fight climate change and to discuss the consequences of global warming with students, professors, and community members.
WATERTOWN — The Jefferson County Planning Board gave the proposed Dairy Queen in the town of LeRay its seal of approval Tuesday, recommending it as a project of “local concern,” which means it will go back to the town planning board for final approval later this week.