99 NEWS FOR MONDAY, 2/27/12
MASSENA BURGLARY BRINGS JAIL FOR LISBON TEEN—Massena Police arrested 17-year-old Andrew Jensen of Harper Road, Lisbon after he allegedly entered a residence on Brighton Street and got into an altercation with another male Saturday afternoon. Jensen was charged with a felony count of second degree burglary and lesser counts of criminal mischief, petit larceny, and attempted assault plus a marijuana violation. He was arraigned before Village Justice Eric Gustafson and committed in lieu of 10-thousand-dollars cash bail or 20-thousand-dollars bail bond.
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MAPLEVIEW DAIRY CO-OWNER, NYFB DISTRICT 7 DIRECTOR DAVID FISHER ASKS CONGRESSMAN BILL OWENS TO KEEP PUSHING AGAINST MORE STRINGENT AG YOUTH LABOR REGULATION PROPOSALS
DENNIS MITCHELL OF BRASHER, 32, CHARGED WITH FELONY CONTEMPT RELATED TO SATURDAY DOMESTIC DISPUTE AND JAILED IN LIEU OF 5-THOUSAND-DOLLARS CASH BAIL OR 10-THOUSAND-DOLLARS BAIL BOND
SLU COMPREHENSIVE FEE FOR ON-CAMPUS UNDERGRADS GOES UP NEXT YEAR BY 3.9 PERCENT, TO $55,835. SLU TRUSTEES ALSO VOTE TO INVEST OVER A MILLION DOLLARS INTO ON-CAMPUS STUDENT RESIDENCE IMPROVEMENTS AND RENOVATIONS
Philomena “Mae” Thompson—69—St. Regis. Services 2pm Wednesday at St. Regis Catholic Church, Akwesasne 2pm Wednesday. Calling at Akwesasne Homemakers 2pm Thursday until Wednesday at 12:30pm. Arrangements are with Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena.
Becky Thompson—61—Canton. No services. Calling at Lawrence Funeral Home, Canton Thursday, March 1st from 6-8pm