The Heart Of The North Country
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99 News for 9/6/12
99 NEWS FOR THURSDAY, 9/6/12
RAINFALL FROM TUESDAY NIGHT ABOUT 3 INCHES; GOOD FOR SOME CROPS BUT NOT ENOUGH FOR OTHERS—Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator Paul Hetzler told us yesterday maple trees will benefit the most from the rainfall, the leftovers of Hurricane Isaac. He says there's no way of telling just how much rainfall the region is short, however he can say reports have come in that ground has become “hydrophobic”--that means it's so dry that rain just runs off and does not absorb.
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WEDNESDAY'S COSTA RICAN EARTHQUAKE REGISTERS ON SUNY POTSDAM SEISMOGRAPHS
23-YEAR-OLD SHANE BURNETT OF MASSENA CHARGED WITH FELONY COUNTS OF FORGERY FOR ALLEGEDLY USING STOLEN CHECKS ON AKWESASNE, BURNETT ARRAIGNED AND RELEASED TO PROBATION
OGDENSBURG POLICE INVESTIGATING LABOR DAY WEEKEND BURGLARY SPREE
FORMER GOUVERNEUR MAYOR CHRISTOPHER MILLER JAILED WITHOUT BAIL, HE ALLEGEDLY VIOLATED JEFFERSON COUNTY PROBATION BY BEING ARRESTED IN ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY ON A FELONY CHARGE ALLEGING REAL ESTATE FRAUD
SENATOR PATTY RITCHIE RELEASED WEDNESDAY HER ANNUAL “SPORTSMEN'S SURVEY,” HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE SUPPORT FOR MOTORIZED RECREATION ON STATE LAND IN THE ADIRONDACK PARK, AND SUPPORT FOR MORE DOE PERMITS
Ethel Rolfe—75—Canton. Services at O'Leary Funeral Home on Route 11 in Canton Friday at 10am, calling hours today 2-4, 7-9pm.