99 NEWS HEADLINES FOR MONDAY, 10/17/11
FAMED INDY CAR DRIVER DAN WHELDON HAD SEVERAL RELATIVES IN THE NORTH COUNTRY--Wheldon is remembered by great-uncle Kenneth Janes of Colton as a "very competitive person from an early age." Wheldon's great-aunt is a World War II "GI Bride" who emigrated to the US in 1946, settling in the Adirondacks. Wheldon perished in a pile-up in Las Vegas over the weekend.
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STATE SENATOR PATTY RITCHIE SAYS PROGRESS WAS MADE IN AN OSWEGO ROUNDTABLE ABOUT EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS
COUNTY CONSERVATIVE PARTY CHAIRMAN HANK FORD DENIES ALLEGATIONS OF HOCKEY-PAL CRONYISM IN ENDORSEMENT OF FAMILY COURT JUDGE CANDIDATE CECILY MORRIS, WIFE OF FAMED COACH MARK MORRIS
RENOVATED-EXPANDED POTSDAM HUMANE SOCIETY ANIMAL SHELTER OPENED SATURDAY TO GREAT FANFARE; SHELTER HAS A LARGE MORTGAGE TO PAY OFF USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT LOAN SO MORE FUNDS ARE NEEDED
Linda "Kay" Popiel--68--Potsdam. Services today at 10am at New Hope Community Church, Potsdam. Arrangements with Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam
Charles Powell--70--Potsdam. Services 3pm Friday at Norwood United Methodist Church. Calling hours at the church Friday 1-3pm. Arrangements with Buck Funeral Home, Norwood
Alice Jarrell--91--Massena, former Norwood resident. Services 2pm Tuesday at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk. Calling hours 11am-2pm Tuesday