99 NEWS FOR THURSDAY, 4/26/12
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ISSUES INVOLVING POLICE OFFICERS POSES SPECIAL PROBLEMS, CANTON CHIEF SAYS--The Canton Police Department is hosting about 30 supervisory-level officers from all over St.Lawrence County today to train them in dealing with domestic violence issues involving their own. Mulkin says the effort shows police are serious about combating domestic violence at all levels, and whether the police officer is the perpetrator or victim training is necessary to help higher-level officers handle the difficulties.
1100 STUDENTS ATTEND "GATEWAYS TO CAREERS"--Every school district in St.Lawrence County, Harrisville in Lewis County, and St.Regis Falls in Franklin County participated this year in the annual BOCES event, that gives juniors and seniors the opportunity to have simulated job inteviwews from area employers. 53 employers participated this year.
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COLTON WOMAN ARRESTED PREVIOUSLY FOR ASSAULTING THE TOWN DOG CONTROL OFFICER, 25-YEAR-OLD ELIZABETH REMINGTON ARRESTED WEDNESDAY FOR ALLEGEDLY TRYING TO RUN DOWN THE DCO ON HIS TRACTOR. REMINGTON RELEASED ON A COURT TICKET WITH A PROTECTION ORDER
FIREFIGHTERS SAVE A HOUSE FROM BEING SET ABLAZE BY A BURNING HAY BARN AND LEAN-TO AT THE HENRY AND JEAN LAUGHING FARM ON JOCK ROAD IN HOGANSBURG YESTERDAY
SIX OUT OF 10 BUSINESSES IN THE 118TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT RECEIVING "RECHARGE NEW YORK" ALLOCATIONS ARE IN ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY
Jane Barney--77--Massena. Services were held yesterday; arrangements are with Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena
Florence Yaddow--86--Massena. Mass Monday at 12 Noon at Sacred Heart Church, Massena. No calling hours; arrangements are with Donaldson Funeral Home, Massena.
Mary Stevens--83--Potsdam. Services today at 2pm at Garner Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours today Noon-2pm