99 NEWS FOR 11/5/11...Route 310 in the Village of Canton will be blocked off from the 11-68 intersection to Judson Street for much of the day today for a water main break repair...a boil water order will be in effect after the repair...the break affects the Stiles Ave. neighborhood all the way to the Comfort Inn
ALMOST HALF OF ALL BUSINESSES IN THE NORTH COUNTRY HAVE 10 EMPLOYEES OR LESS--Kate Fish, Executive Director of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council told an audience at SUNY Potsdam Friday the "pioneering, entrepreneurial spirit" will be promoted heavily in the plan being submitted to the state. Lieutenant Governor Robert Duffy says decision on what regions will share in millions of dollars in tax breaks and other incentives for business growth will be made before the holidays in December
ACCUSED CANTON DRUG DEALER BRANDON BAXTER JAILED WITHOUT BAIL AFTER FRIDAY NIGHT TRAFFIC STOP--The 20-year-old Fayetteville man (a SUNY Canton student) was picked up on felony sale and possession charges after he was found to allegedly possess LSD during a pullover on Gouverneur Street late last night. He was arrested in late October on felony marijuana and misdemeanor drug possession counts stemming from a county drug task force raid of a West Main Street apartment that netted almost 13 ounces of pot, and sizable amounts of hashish, LSD, ecstasy, and prescription medication. Village Justice Greg Storie released Baxter to probation in October, but sent him to the St.Lawrence Correctional facility Friday.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
OGDENSBURG WEAPON FELON JOHN RUMBLE SENTENCED TO OVER 10 YEARS FEDERAL TIME
ACCUSED RAPIST JOSHUA LAKE OF CANTON ARRESTED ON NEW CHARGES ALLEGING HE SENT LETTERS TO A FEMALE VICTIM FROM COUNTY JAIL
27-YEAR-OLD MICHAEL PRATT OF OGDENSBURG RECENTLY FINED 600 DOLLARS IN STOCKHOLM DOE-JACKING CASE
Myrtle Graves--86--Hannawa Falls. Services 11am Tuesday at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours at Garner Funeral Home Monday 6-8pm, and Tuesday 10-11am.