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Singing Through History
September 9, 7-8pm An entertaining and interactive sing-along program introduces audiences to American folk songs and folklore. It also helps develop active listening skills and foster a lifelong love of literature, reading and listening to stories. Peop Read on...
19th St E and 1st Ave N
The Watertown Street Department will have the intersection of 19th Street East and 1st Avenue North closed on Thursday, September 3rd, from 8 a.m. to early evening due to paving. Please find alternate routes. Read on...
North Sale Barn Fire
Watertown Fire Rescue was called to the 925 10th St NW, at 1:36 a.m. for a fire. Upon arrival at the north sale barn fire was extending though the roof of the sale ring and through approximately 80% of the sale barn main alley. Read on...
Watertown Fire Rescue Responds to Western Area Power Administration for Transformer Fire
WFR was called to Western Area Power Administration for a transformer fire at approx. 12:30. Upon arrival crews were met by a salvage company who were in the process of removing components from an transformer that was no longer in service. Read on...
Construction Project Update
Public construction projects are progressing as expected throughout town. The projects near the schools have top priority for paving, and contractors are doing their best to prepare the streets to be open for traffic before school starts next week. Read on...
Residential and Vehicle Burglaries
Since June 2015, Watertown Police Department has taken over 30 reports of motor vehicle burglaries in the Watertown area. Read on...
Fall Story Time and Tween Book Club Registration is Open! - Watertown Regional Library
Visit our Children's Programming page for Fall programming information and to register for programs. Just a reminder, the registration form must be completed for each child Read on...
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