99 NEWS FOR 1/21/12
PCS MEGA-REUNION PLANNERS ASK FOR MEGA-PARTY SPACE—The committee working on the massive gathering of Potsdam Central School alumni spanning 50 class years—1960 to 2010--has a formal request in to Village Trustees to have a portion of Market Street blocked off for a night of festivities August 10th. At least 600 people are expected to be in town for the reunion; Mayor Steve Yurgartis says the Village is thankful for the request made well in advance, and is optimistic permission can be granted after future discussions involving Police and other agencies.
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20-YEAR-OLD TYLER SOPER OF EDWARDS ARRESTED ON A FELONY MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE FRIDAY AND JAILED WITHOUT BAIL IN CONNECTION WITH THE HUNTING ACCIDENT DEATH LAST MONTH OF 49-YEAR-OLD PAUL HATCH
CLARKSON AWARDED 440-THOUSAND-DOLLAR FEDERAL GRANT TO PARTNER WITH DARTMOUTH MEDICAL SCHOOL ON STROKE PREVENTION RESEARCH; THE COLLABORATION WILL FOCUS ON REAL-TIME TRACKING OF NEUROTRANSMITTERS RELEASED IN OXYGEN DEPRIVATION TO THE BRAIN
ADIRONDACK PARK AGENCY COMMISSIONERS VOTE 10-1 FRIDAY IN FAVOR OF ADIRONDACK CLUB AND RESORT PROJECT IN TUPPER, REVIEW PROCESS TOWARD THE VOTE TOOK OVER 7 YEARS
BOMBAY TEEN ACCUSED OF TRYING TO FLOAT A BOGUS 50-DOLLAR BILL AT A FORT COVINGTON STORE, 17-YEAR-OLD PHILLIP BARBOUR ARRESTED THIS WEEK ON A FELONY CHARGE AND JAILED
22-YEAR-OLD CORY KULHANEK ARRESTED FOR AGGRAVATED DWI AFTER A VEHICLE-UTILITY POLE COLLISION ON RIVERSIDE DRIVE IN COLTON EARLY FRIDAY, HE WAS RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
NEW POTSDAM VILLAGE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN WILL HAVE POINT TO CONSIDER RENOVATION OR REPLACEMENT OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
William Clark, Jr.--90--Canton. Services today 10am at St.Mary's Church, Canton. Arrangements are with O'Leary Funeral Home, Canton.