99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR MONDAY, 10/26/09
POTSDAM MAN SHOT IN HUNTING ACCIDENT CONTINUES TO BE IN CRITICAL CONDITION--A check on the condition of 38-year-old Bernard Sharlow at Fletcher-Allen Health Care in Burlington, Vermont found him to still be critical. He was shot in the abdomen with a 50-caliber slug fired from a muzzle-loading rifle by 43-year-old Ricky Brunelle of Ellenburg Depot at a location Brunelle was renting off County Route 35 in the Town of Potsdam early Thursday morning. Brunelle is charged with Felony, Second Degree Assault; he has also been suspended without pay from his job as a state corrections officer.
NORWOOD POLICE ADVISE LOCKING VEHICLES, SECURING ATV'S--Police warn Village residents to take necessary security measures, in light of recent thefts from vehicles and ATV thefts. Anyone with information is asked to call 353-2131
SLU A "VERY HAPPY PLACE," PRESIDENT SAYS--Insuguration ceremonies were held Saturday for St.Lawrence University President Dr.William Fox. A 1975 SLU classmate, US Senator Susan Collins of Maine was on hand and gave remarks. Fox says a liberal arts education provides the path to happiness, through the knowledge of more than one thing, more than one culture, and more than one discipline.
Beverly Corbett--Potsdam, longtime local schoolteacher. Services 10am Tuesday at St.Mary's Church, Potsdam. Calling hours today 2-4, 7-9pm at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam.
Kenneth Brown--41--Pyrites. Services 11am today at O'Leary Funeral Home, Canton.