99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR THURSDAY, 12/9/10
BE PREPARED FOR POSSIBLE SECOND STORM IN A WEEK--The National Weather Service in Burlington, Vermont is following a possible convergence of air masses brewing in the Midwest that could bring a major storm, with mixed precipitation to start with followed by snow. If the storm tracks as predicted, it could reach St.Lawrence County late Sunday and last through Monday.
LOTTERY WINNER FLOYD HARVEY:"IT'S GOOD TO BE ALIVE"--The New York Lottery held a celebration at Fefee's Market in Norfolk Wednesday for the jackpot win by Harvey Thanksgiving Day on a scratch-off 'Win For Life Spectacular" ticket that will net him at least 10 million dollars. Harvey says what he really wants is a Mustang Shelby.
AGGRAVATED DWI FOR EDWARDS MAN PICKED UP IN CANTON--Sheriff's Deputies say 38-year-old Phillip Parker of Route 58 was found in a running pickup, asleep behind the wheel in the driveway of a residence on the Potsdam-Canton Road Wednesday. His alleged BAC was nearly three times the legal limit. Parker was released on a court appearance ticket.
D. Jack Morgan--71--Norwood. Services at a future date in Riverside Cemetery, Norwood. No Calling hours, arrangements with Buck Funeral Home, Norwood.
Kathryn Paul--78--Colton. Services 11am Saturday at Colton United Methodist Church. Calling hours Friday 4-8pm.