Fort Drum soldiers, spouses and veterans consider next steps at job fair

Looking around the crowded walkways of the Magrath Sports Complex on Thursday, Staff Sgt. Ladiedre V. Benjamin weighed her options. She had freshened her resume and set up an account on resume posting site LinkedIn. The question on her mind was what she wanted to do, and where she wanted to go. In about six… [Continue Reading]

Soldiers listen to the positions available at a trucking company during a job fair Thursday at Fort Drum. Photo by Amanda Morrison, Watertown Daily Times.

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Dr. Katie M. Clough-Perin in an exam room of her Watertown dental practice at 1340 Washington St. The Watertown native opened her own practice May 5. Photo by Justin Sorensen, NNY Business.

August 2015 Feature Story: Health Care

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August 2015 Feature Story: Health Care

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August 2015 Feature Story: Health Care

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Samaritan Medical Center Hospitalist Program director Dr. David J. Flint cares for a patient at Samaritan Medical Center. The Watertown hospital has 10 such medial professionals on staff who care for the most critically ill while giving primary care physicians a break from being on call. Photo special to NNY Business.

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Soldiers listen to the positions available at a trucking company during a job fair Thursday at Fort Drum. Photo by Amanda Morrison, Watertown Daily Times.

Fort Drum soldiers, spouses and veterans consider next steps at job fair

Looking around the crowded walkways of the Magrath Sports Complex on Thursday, Staff Sgt. Ladiedre V. Benjamin weighed her options. She had … [Read More...]

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