99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR TUESDAY, 9/14/10
ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY TREASURER CANDIDATES BANK ON HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE--GOP primary opponents Kevin Felt and David Button both say their long-term experience with fiscal issues and policy qualify them for the post. Current Deputy Treasurer Felt says the stability of the county is in the Treasurer's Office. Felt's boss, Bob Mc.Neil has been Treasurer 24 years and Felt plans to continue that stability as he has learned much from him. Button says his decades of experience in government as Canton Town Supervisor and former Canton Village Mayor, and running his own businesses make him well-qualified.
DOHENY AND HOFFMAN DUKE IT OUT IN GOP CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY TODAY--Matt Doheny and Doug Hoffman compete today for the GOP line to run against Democrat Bill Owens in the November election for the 23rd District seat. Hoffman said yesterday his experience running successful businesses, hiring people and making payrolls, plus a demonstrated ability to get votes makes him the better candidate. Doheny says his experience with competition, as a student-athlete in his youth and his local roots and success in business give him the better skill set.
MASSENA GOP PICKS HIDY TO RUN FOR MAYOR--The Massena Republican Caucus voted Monday to run James Hidy for the seat to be vacated by Randy Delosh, who is not running again. Massena Democrats pick their candidates next Monday. The GOP caucus also chose incumbent Trustee Patricia Wilson for another bid.
HEAT LAMP IN CHICKEN COOP BLAMED FOR HEUVELTON BARN FIRE--300 chickens, 39 pigs, 20 ducks, six turkeys, and two cows perished Monday in a total-loss fire at the livestock barn of Clifton and Marie Cooke at 251 Mc.Ilwee Road. Nobody was hurt.
no obituaries today