The Heart Of The North Country
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99 News for 3/20/12
99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 3/20/12
MORE WEST DAM HYDRO PARTS EXPECTED THIS WEEK—Potsdam Village Administrator David Fenton told Trustees Monday a set of cones is expected to be trucked in from Canada on Thursday or Friday. The project is about 3 years overdue, because of delays in contractor Canadian Turbine getting parts because of its financial woes. Fenton was asked when the hydro plant would be done, all he could say is he is confident sometime this year before the next snow season
RECORD HIGHS EXPECTED THIRD DAY IN A ROW TODAY—Rick O'Hanlon of Potsdam, a certified military storm spotter, recorded a high of 77 on Sisson Street Monday, breaking the 1986 record for the date--60--that was tied in 2010. Sunday saw a record high of 77. Today's record for Potsdam is 60, also set in 1986. The Vernal Equinox, the official start of Spring was during the 1:00 hour this morning.
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SEARCH FOR COLIN GILLIS SCALED BACK, BUT CONTINUES TODAY
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT LINES CHANGE, ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY IS NOW IN DISTRICT 21
CANTON POLICE CHIEF ALAN MULKIN TO RETIRE APRIL 27TH
POTSDAM CHAMBER MAKES FORMAL REQUEST TO TOWN OF POTSDAM FOR HELP WITH NEW “WECOME TO POTSDAM” SIGNAGE
SIX CHARGES FOR RICHVILLE MAN FOLLOWING DOMESTIC DISPUTE SUNDAY—32-YEAR-OLD FREDERICK DAVIS CHARGED WITH ASSAULT, MENACING, CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, AND OTHER COUNTS INCLUDING ALLEGED POT-GROWING. DAVIS POSTED 2500 DOLLARS BAIL AND WAS RELEASED FROM COUNTY JAIL MONDAY
MARTIN SERVISS OF MASSENA, ARREATED LAST WEEK ON A FELONY POSSESSION CHARGE ALLEGING HE HAD A STOLEN SNOWPLOW, ARRESTED MONDAY ON A MISDEMEANOR FOR ALLEGEDLY LYING TO DEPUTIES ABOUT HOW HE GOT IT
JESSE PEARCE OF MASSENA, 24, ARRESTED ON A FELONY STOLEN PROPERTY CHARGE AND OTHER COUNTS TO INCLUDE DWI, THEN RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS AFTER A TRAFFIC STOP ON THE NICHOLVILLE-HELENA ROAD; HE ALLEGEDLY HAD A GUN REPORTED STOLEN IN 1997.
Pearl Puterbaugh—101—Norwood. Graveside services later this spring in Brookdale Cemetery; arrangements are with Buck Funeral Home, Norwood.