99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 1/24/12
THE CONCEPT OF “ADDRESSING” NEEDS TO COME BACK, COACH SAYS—Rich Johns, a multiple state champion basketball and tennis coach told students at Potsdam Central School last week one important lesson to be learned is for a student to address the teacher or coach in a respectful manner immediately upon entering a room. Johns says the lesson about respect trickles down into other positive behaviors, such as helping others and teamwork.
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FORT COVINGTON FIRE VICTIM DORIS BARLOW PERISHED FROM SEVERE BURNS AT FLETCHER-ALLEN HEALTH CARE IN BURLINGTON, VT SUNDAY EVENING. CAUSE OF THE FIRE AT HER CHATEAUGAY STREET HOME STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION
GOUVERNEUR TRUSTEES PROPOSE LOCAL LAW TO CONTROL AMISH MANURE AND REQUIRE BUGGIES HAVE SIGNS AND LIGHTS; CONSTITUTIONALITY QUESTIONS ARISE.
POTSDAM MAYOR YURGARTIS PROPOSES TOWN PAY INTO FIRE DEPARTMENT PAID DRIVERS COST
SAM LAMACCIA ELECTED OBPA BOARD CHAIR
SEACOMM DONATES 25-THOUSAND DOLLARS TO SUNY POTSDAM FOR SCHOLARSHIPS
CLAKSON YOUNG INNOVATORS PROGRAM TAKING APPLICATIONS UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH
MASSENA BAIL-JUMPING SUSPECT 30-YEAR-OLD JOHN COLBY PICKED UP ON STEARNS STREET SUNDAY, COMMITTED THEN BAILED OUT OF COUNTY JAIL. TROOPERS SAY 4-YEAR-OLD BLURTED OUT HE WAS HIDING IN THE ATTIC
Lillian Loffler—71-Vero Beach, FL; formerly of Massena. Mass 10am Saturday at Sacred Heart Church, Massena. Calling hours at Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena Friday 2-4, 7-9pm
Peggy Jenner—63—Norfolk, well-known local educator. Services 11am Friday at Massena United Methodist Church. Calling hours at Buck Funeral Home, Norfolk Wednesday and Thursday 2-4 and 7-7pm both days.