The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 5/8/12
99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 5/8/12
POTSDAM TUSTEES TO HOLD INPUT SESSION ON POLICE HIRING—The board will take comments May 21st at 6pm to discuss issues related to filling two vacancies—a patrol officer and a sergeant. Former Potsdam Volunteer Fire Chief Joe Gallagher said in public comments Monday a recent incident where a property owner went after firefighters with a gun as they were responding to a blaze on Route 11B is reason enough for complete staffing, police are needed to “literally, watch our backs.”
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MAINSTREAM MEDIA SHOULD AFFORD GOP LEGISLATORS OPPORTUNITIES TO DEFEND THEIR VOTES, ACCORDING TO PUBLIC INPUT LAST WEEK AT A SESSION IN GOUVERNEUR.
TRAFFIC PATTERN ON MAIN STREET AT RIVERSIDE DRIVE IN CANTON TO CHANGE AS UNDERGROUND WORK IS DONE, SHOULD BE DONE IN ABOUT 2 WEEKS
TANYA MENKE OF BRUSHTON, 16, ACCUSED OF DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS IN A CRASH THAT KILLED FELLOW BMCS STUDENT BROOK LYON LAST DECEMBER, TURNED HERSELF IN TO STATE POLICE MONDAY TO FACE FELONY CHARGES OF VEHICULAR ASSAULT AND CRIMINALLY-NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE
FELONY CONTEMPT CHARGES FILED IN SEPARATE CASES AGAINST 31-YEAR-OLD JACINDA BARNEY OF HERMON, AND 35-YEAR-OLD CHRISTOPHER LAROSE OF POTSDAM
STATE GRANTS AWARDED FOR PROJECTS AT NORFOLK, MASSENA, AND OGDENSBURG LIBRARIES
MAYDAY CALL ABOUT 5PM SUNDAY ON THE SEAWAY SPARKS MASSIVE SEARCH THAT TURNED UP DEBRIS ON LAKE ST.FRANCIS, BUT NO HUMAN CASUALTIES