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Children's Writers and Illustrators Plan Watertown Conference

Writing and illustrating books for kids--its not as easy as you might think. We'll have a preview of a conference this spring in Watertown for writers and illustrators of children's literature. Todd Moe talks with Hope Irvin Marston of North Country Children's Writers and Illustrators.

For more information about the 2002 North Country Children's Writers and Illustrators conference on Saturday, April 27 at Immaculate Heart Central School in Watertown, call 315-773-5847, email: amarston@twcny.rr.com, or write: Writer's Conference, PO Box 710, Black River, NY 13612.  Go to full article

On Patrol With Tenth Mountain Division Peacekeepers

David Sommerstein is in the Serbian province of Kosovo this week, visiting soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division from Fort Drum. Since arriving at Camp Bondsteel, the U.S. peacekeeping base, he's been out on patrols.  Go to full article

With the Tenth Mountain Division Peacekeepers in Kosovo

This week David Sommerstein is overseas with the U.S. Army. He's in the Serbian province of Kosovo, visiting with soldiers of the Tenth Mountain Division from Fort Drum near Watertown. Over 3000 Fort Drum soldiers have been there since November as a part of a multinational peacekeeping force that includes Italian, German, French, and British troops. David arrived at Camp Bondsteel, a U.S. peacekeeping base in Kosovo, Wednesday morning.  Go to full article

Stream International Job Fair Draws Huge Crowd to Watertown

State economic developers are thrilled with the turnout at the Stream International job fair held this week. They say Watertown is one step closer to landing a customer service center that promises up to 900 jobs. David Sommerstein has more.  Go to full article

Stream International Job Fair Opens Today in Watertown

North Country officials are betting on a strong showing at a Watertown job fair that opens today. Stream International wants proof of an ample work force before it builds a customer service center in Watertown that would create up to 900 new jobs. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Watertown Developers Court Stream International Customer Service Center

The economic development engines of the western half of the North Country are at full throttle to convince Stream International to locate a customer service center in Watertown. The company says it would create up to 900 new jobs--a major investment in a recessed economy. David Sommerstein reports the opportunity hinges largely on how many qualified people show up at next week's job fair.  Go to full article

Job Fair Key to Business Relocation

Stream International has been looking to locate in New York for almost two years has plans to move into the City Center Plaza in Watertown. But negotiations depend on local response to an upcoming job fair. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Tenth Mountain Division Troops Posted in Northern Afghanistan

Infantry from the Army's Tenth Mountain Division crossed from Uzbekistan into northern Afghanistan yesterday to serve as a quick reaction force in case of renewed Taliban resistance around the city of Mazar-i-Sharif.  Go to full article

Strategist Explains Tenth Mountain Division's Role in Uzbekistan

About a thousand soldiers from Fort Drum's 10th Mountain Division are just north of Afghanistan in the former soviet state of Uzbekistan. David Sommerstein spoke with Michael O'Hanlon, a specialist in military strategy and senior fellow at the Brookings Institute in Washington DC, to learn more about the troops' possible role. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Watertown EDZ Expands to Include Paper Mill Renovator Newstech

The boundaries of the Empire State Development Zone in Watertown have been expanded to include a new paper manufacturing company that will renovate and expand the former mill in the village of Deferiet. Newstech New York Incorporated is expected to be up and running by February and if the company meets its commitments on hiring and investment, it could see millions of dollars in tax incentives. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

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