The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
Duration: 7:37 m - Filetype: mp3 - Bitrate: 128 KBPS - Frequency: 44100 HZ
99 News for 10/9/12
99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9TH, 2012
20 NEW TREES FOR IVES PARK FROM DONOR—Planning and Development Director Fred Hanss told Village Trustees last week an anonymous giver stipulated the trees be planted in the park; they are expected to be planted in early November. The trees will be tall, to bring back some of the “crown” lost in July's massive thunderstorm. ALSO FROM HANSS—The Raquette River Blueway Corridor was recently named a “priority project” by the North Country Regional Economic Development Council, in the hopes of bringing the river-focused tourism promotion initiative state funding in the latest round this fall.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
POTSDAM WOMAN FREED MONDAY ON BAIL AFTER HER SUNDAY NIGHT ARREST FOLLOWING A KNIFE-RELATED DOMESTIC ON DEBRA DRIVE; 22-YEAR-OLD VALERIE JESSMER CHARGED WITH FELONY CONTEMPT AND OTHER COUNTS
FORMER CANTON MAN RELEASED FROM STATE PRISON AFTER SERVING DRUG TIME, 55-YEAR-OLD RAYMOND LOPEZ ARRESTED IN FRANKLIN COUNTY FOR ALLEGED SEX CRIMES UPON A CHILD. LOPEZ ARRAIGNED AND JAILED ON 15-THOUSAND-DOLLARS BAIL
SPEAKERS IN PUBLIC HEARING LAST WEEK SAY DRAINAGE A SERIOUS CONCERN WITH 88 MARKET STREET PROPOSAL, ONE GARDEN STREET RESIDENT CALLS THE AREA “LAKE GARDENIA” AFTER IT RAINS
CONVERSATIONS WITH POLITICAL CANDIDATES BEGIN, FIRST SET TO BEGIN TONIGHT ON WCKN, TIME WARNER CHANNEL 30 TONIGHT AT 7:30—SESSIONS WILL ALSO BE ON YOUTUBE
HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR EVA KOR SPOKE AT CLARKSON MONDAY, SAYS THE EXPERIMENT TAUGHT HER WHAT LIFE'S PRIORITIES ARE...FOOD FIRST, THEN FREEDOM
Paul Herne--89--Akwesasne. No services or calling hours; arrangements with Donaldson Funeral Home in Massena with ash release gathering 10am Saturday at his home.
Elizabeth Smith Manfred—96--Hannawa Falls. Services 11am Thursday at St. Patrick's Church, Colton with calling hours at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam Wednesday 2-4, 7-9pm.