99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 8/29/11
POTSDAM CENTRAL SCHOOL BEHIND ON MANDATED SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT EVALUATIONS, BOARD MEMBERS UNHAPPY—Special Ed Director Greg Jadlos told the Board of Education last week a quality assurance check by the state revealed 65 overdue evaluations, some over two years outstanding. Jadlos says Special Ed has not been immune to budget cutbacks, and that psychologists have been working more with students, parents, and teachers in an 'open door' policy that will now have to end to the students' detriment. Board members, Wade Davis in particular called for frequent updates and a timetable sped up faster than Jadlos gave the board to have the paperwork done. Jadlos says due diligence has been performed with every student, and then some day-to-day.
LESS THAN 10 CUSTOMERS OF NATIONAL GRID WITHOUT POWER IN OUR LISTENING AREA STEMMING FROM “IRENE,” DAMAGE MOSTLY DOWNED LIMBS AND SMALL TREES
OGDENSBURG JOURNAL: LAWTON MURDER CASE STILL BEING INVESTIGATED, CASE NOT 'COLD' BY ANY STRETCH
FIRE DESTROYS RESIDENCE OF JAMES TESTANI LATE SATURDAY NIGHT AT 991 COUNTY ROUTE 14 NEAR RENSSELAER FALLS, NOBODY HURT
ALLEGATIONS OF OVERBOARD CHILD DISCIPLINE ON A NEIGHBOR'S DAUGHTER BROUGHT MISDEMEANOR ENDANGERING THE WELFARE AND A HARASSMENT VIOLATION FOR 34-YEAR-OLD MARY PIKE OF WATER STREET IN MORRISTOWN LAST WEEK
DEPUTIES ARREST 24-YEAR-OLD PHILLIP NOBLE OF HERMON AND 30-YEAR-OLD ROBERT REED, JR. OF PYRITES AFTER ALLEGED WIRE-BURNING INCIDENT AND THE DISCOVERY OF ALLEGED BURGLAR'S TOOLS. NOBLE CHARGED WITH FELONY BURGLARY FOR AN INCIDENT EARLIER THIS YEAR ON PINCK SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD, PYRITES. BOTH MEN ARRAIGNED, NOBLE JAILED AND REED RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
Steven Simons—68--services 1pm Tuesday at Hammill Funeral Home, Winthrop. Calling hours Tuesday 11am until the service.