99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, 5/29/09
FARMERS TELL CONGRESSMAN THERE WILL BE FAMINE WITHOUT MILK PRICE REFORM--23rd Congressional District Representative John Mc.Hugh was told by farmers in Canton this week a long period of low milk prices is forecast; if the trend continues the market will collapse and there will be little to no dairy food within 6 to 12 months. Mc.Hugh says he feels there needs to be a reform of the price structure too, but all the stakeholders will not agree on a solution.
FELONY DWI IN POTSDAM--Village Police pulled over 43-year-old David Prevost of Syracuse early this morning after they spotted a vehicle straddling the center line. Prevost was found to have an alleged BAC of .15% with a previous conviction within 10 years. He was arraigned and released to probation until future court dates.
BIG BUCKS FOR MADRID WATER TREATMENT PLANT--Over 2.6 million dollars in federal stimulus money is headed for the town to refurbish the wastewater plant. Most of the money is a low-interest, long term loan from USDA Rural Development.
GOUVERNEUR POLICE REMINDER: LOCK VEHICLES AT ALL TIMES--Police report numerous thefts from unlocked autos recently, mostly at night.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY...APA PLANS BOATHOUSE RESTRICTIONS...FRANKLIN COUNTY SEX CRIME DEFENSE ATTORNEY ADMITS TO SEX CRIMES HIMSELF...AND MORE..
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