The Heart Of The North Country
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99 News for 8/17/12
99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, 8/17/12
POTSDAM ACCIDENT VICTIM WAS STILL IN OPERATING ROOM THIS MORNING—Fletcher-Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont told us 50-year-old Ronald Swinyer of Newton Falls, who received severe trauma when his motorcycle was struck by a tractor-trailer on Route 72 Thursday afternoon, was still in the OR as of 5am today. Sheriff's Deputies and Detectives say the cycle was struck by the rig as driver 28-year-old Jesse Ferguson was avoiding a partially-parked car on the pavement about 3:45pm. Ferguson, of Potsdam was not hurt.
FELONY ASSAULT IN BOMBAY SENDS FORT COVINGTON MAN TO JAIL—Malone-based State Police say 52-year-old William Rambo allegedly sliced another man's wrists and forehead with a small pocket-knife he wielded in an argument that started when he was asked to leave a residence because he was allegedly drunk and combative Monday. Rambo was arraigned and jailed on 5000 dollars cash bail.
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CLARKSON SENIOR SCHOLAR EGON MATIJEVIC, WHO TURNED 90 IN APRIL, TO BE HONORED NEXT WEEK BY THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WITH A SYMPOSIUM
SUNY CANTON GIVEN THREE NEW CARS FOR AUTO TECH STUDENTS TO LEARN FROM, IN A NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH A MAJOR MANUFACTUER TO BE DESCRIBED MORE NEXT WEEK
STATE DOT TO CLOSE COURT STREET AT MAIN IN CANTON NEXT MONDAY, THE 20TH AS WORK CONTINUES ON THE ROUTE 11 PROJECT, CLOSURE EXPECTED TO LAST ABOUT 2 WEEKS
POTSDAM TOWN COUNCIL WANTS THE OPTION OF EXCEEDING THE STATE TAX CAP NEXT BUDGET YEAR; SUPERVISIOR MARIE REGAN SAYS THE MAIN REASON IS CHALLENGES ON PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS. PUBLIC HEARING SEPTEMBER 15TH AT 6:15PM
POTSDAM SCHOOL BOARD WHITTLING DOWN VERY PRELIMINARY SCOPE-OF-WORK ON PROPOSED CAPITAL PROJECT