The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 2/7/12
99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 2/7/12
MOHAWK ACTIVIST LARRY THOMPSON SAYS HE WAS OBLIGATED BY “NATURAL LAW” TO EXCAVATE FORMER GM LAND—The Akwesasne man was indicted by a St. Lawrence County Grand Jury last week on felony criminal mischief and lesser charges alleging he turned up contaminated soil at the former Massena foundry, and dropped it at the feet of security staff and police last year. In an interview late last month during a Cancer Action-New York teleconference, Thompson told 99 News his Earth Mother commands he speak up and take action, to ensure the unborn enter into a pollution-free world. The former GM site is tainted with PCB's and other allegedly cancer-causing chemicals.
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MURDER SUSPECT DUSTIN TRIMM WAIVES PRELIMINARY HEAING, WWNY-TV 7 NEWS CITES SOURCES THAT SAY JASON WING WAS SHOT THREE TIMES WITH A SHORT RIFLE
POTSDAM MAYOR STEVE YURGARTIS SAYS THE VILLAGE MUST WAIT FOR LEGAL ADVICE BEFORE PURSUING REPLACEMENT OF POLICE CHIEF ED TISCHLER, TO CLEAR UP LABOR LAW AND CIVIL SERVICE QUESTIONS
TERRY MOUTHORP OF MADRID AND WILLIAM CARR OF HERMON INVOLVED IN MULTI-VEHICLE CRASH IN PHILADELPHIA, JEFFERSON COUNTY YESTERDAY WHERE AN ADAMS CENTER MAN WAS KILLED. MOUTHORP, CARR NOT HURT SERIOUSLY
MASSENA ASSAULT SUSPECT MATTHEW ABRANTES FREE ON 1000 DOLLARS BAIL
SPRUCE GROUSE, THE BIRD THAT BLOCKED THE CARRY FALLS BRIDGE PROJECT THE SUBJECT OF A DEC REVITALIZATION PLAN
99 News has learned of the passing of Hannawa Falls resident Marlyn “Marty” Sears, a retired well-known physical education teacher-coach at schools in the North Country and a member of the Potsdam Central School Hall of Fame. Services will be private; arrangements are with Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam.