99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR FRIDAY, 8/14/09
OWENS HITS CAMPAIGN TRAIL--23rd Congressional District Candidate William Owens made a campaign stop in Watertown Thursday, hoping to gain name recognition in the western portion of the district. The Democratically-registered former lifelong Independent says Independent principles jive nicely with those of the party. He says he is 'in the job creation business.'
SKETCH RELEASED OF MASSENA HOME INVASION-ELDER ASSAULT SUSPECT--Village Police have released a drawing of what they have gathered from their investigation of a burglary and assault of an elderly resident at her Beach Street home late last week. The suspect is described as a white male about 30 years of age, between 5'6" and 5'8" and about 160 pounds, with hair believed to be gelled or matted down and a pudgy face. He was wearing round glasses too small for his face and a bandana from the nose down. Any information is appreciated at 769-7194.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....Drug dealer Louis Thomassini, Jr. to get 10-life in prison...late blight appears first as greenish-gray spots that turn brown and leave cottony-white patches on fruit....US Army Corps tours Black Lake....and more....
Charles Lumley--49--Fairbanks, AK; formerly of Potsdam area. Memorial Service Saturday, August 29th at 1pm at West Potsdam Fire Hall.
Ralph Goodrich--61--Madrid. Services private at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are with Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop.