99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 1/17/12....dicey driving conditions today with temperatures hovering at or just below freezing, wet precipitation can turn icy any second, drive with care.
DAMON FIELD SHOULD BE OPENED BACK UP TODAY, DPW DIRECTOR SAYS--Bruce Henderson told Village Trustees Monday the Potsdam Municipal Airport had to be shut down Friday because of heavy icing, crews have been scraping in an effort to get the runway safe for traffic. Henderson said Monday night vey little progess was made up to that point, but temperatures should be warm enough today to get it clear
BULLYING IS NOT A CHARACTER-BUILDER, SPEAKER SAYS--Brian Johnson of Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania told an audience at Clarkson University in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day contrary to what films portray, bullying does not serve to make a person stronger, nor is it an acceptable 'rite of passage.' Johnson says King's work calls people today to a world where nobody should be demeaned by another person for any reason.
ALSO ONLINE TODAY....
PITCAIRN TOWN OFFICIALS PLAN TO GO TO THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE IF THEY DO NOT GET RESULTS FROM LOCAL PROSECUTORS IN AN EMBEZZLEMENT CASE INVOLVING COUNTY DISTRICT 6 LEGISLATOR FRED MORRILL'S DAUGHTER, THE FORMER TOWN SUPERVISOR
POTSDAM SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT PAT BRADY GAVE THE BOARD OF EDUCATION A SET OF POSSIBLE QUESTIONS LAST WEEK TO BE PREPARED FOR IN AN UPCOMING SERIES OF PUBLIC FORUMS, AMONG THEM HOW THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS POISED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR COLLEGE AND WORK IN LIGHT OF LESS MONEY AND HIGHER EXPENSES
SUNY CANTON HAS A NEW DEGREE PROGRAM IN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY; EMPLOYMENT FORECAST IS STRONG WITH LOCAL MENTAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCIES
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