99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH 2010
WORLD AQUATIC SNOWMOBILE SPEED RECORD MAY BE BE BROKEN TODAY IN NORWOOD--Norwood Lake Regatta Chair and Village Mayor Jim Mc.Faddin told us last night a participant in this weekend's races is going to try to beat the record; organizers will be briefed this morning about whom it might be. The nationally-sanctioned races draw hundreds of spectators and water-snowmobile racers from throughout the northeast and Canada. Racing starts 11am today and Sunday. This marks the third year of the snowmobiles on the pond.
CANTON TRAFFIC STOP NETS DRUG ARRESTS--Sheriff's deputies with the assistance of the US Border Patrol turned up five ecstasy pills, a small amount of marijuana, and alleged smoking devices from a vehicle they pulled over on East Main St. early this morning. 20-year-old Cody Potter of Barnard, VT and 21-year-old Zachary Waterman of Claremont, NH were charged with misdemeanor and violation counts and released on tickets for Village Court.
OGDENSBURG DRUG STORE BURGLARY PROBED--City Police say Kimro's Medicine Shoppe was broken into over Labor Day weekend through a back window pried open. Police say pharmacists went to fill prescriptions Tuesday, and found the drugs they needed missing. Thousands of dollars worth of prescription medications was discovered missing. Anyone with information call 393-1555.
Donald Spiridakis--73--Stockholm. Services 10am Monday at St.Patrick's Church in Brasher. Calling hours at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop Sunday 2-4, 6-8pm.
Elizabeth Parow--94--Norfolk. Services 2pm Monday at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk. Calling hours Sunday 2-4, 7-9pm.