99 NEWS FOR TUESDAY, 6/5/12
OWENS WANTS TO KNOW SOURCE OF FUNDING FOR CAMERAS, AND WHERE DATA IS GOING—Congressman Bill Owens told reporters in Canton Monday he is still trying to get more information about the license plate-reading devices that have cropped up all over St. Lawrence County. He says he wants to know exactly where the money for them is coming from, and whether the data collection is just that, general data collection or if there's a purpose behind it. Owens says it is his understanding that the use of the cameras is legal.
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TWO ALLEGED DRUIG-RUNNERS CAUGHT IN POTSDAM LATE LAST WEEK...POTSDAM POLICE STOPPED A VEHICLE; A STATE POLICE CANINE TURNED UP OVER 250 ECSTASY PILLS AND A SMALL AMOUNT OF POT. 20-YEAR-OLD ZACH LINSKY OF NORWOOD AND 19-YEAR-OLD LAMARION BLANKS OF BROOKLYN BOTH CHARGED WITH FELONY AND VIOLATION COUNTS, ARRAIGNED AND JAILED WITHOUT BAIL
MATT DOHENY ACCEPTS DEBATE CHALLENGE FROM GOP CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY OPPONENT KELLIE GREENE; TIME, DATE AND PLACE TO BE ANNOUNCED
POTSDAM AND CANTON SUNY CAMPUSES MAKE SECOND JOINT HIRE, C-F-O NATALIE HIGLEY WILL START JULY 1ST
IJC ADVISOR TOLD LOUISVILLE AUDIENCE LAST WEEK PLAN BV-7 WAS NOT CREATED IN A VACUUM
SUSAN KOULMAN, 56 OF POTSDAM ARRESTED MONDAY FOR ALLEGEDLY GIVING CANTON-POTSDAM HOSPITAL STAFF DIFFICULTY; KOULMAN HAS A LONG HISTORY OF HARASSMENT AND SIMILAR BEHAVIORS THROUGHOUT THE COMMUNITY
Selma Reed—84—Hewittville. Services 11am Thursday at Seymour Funeral Home, Potsdam. Calling hours this evening 7-9, and Wednesday afternoon and evening 2-4, 7-9pm
Ellen Simmons—65--Norwood resident. Graveside services to be held at a later date at Hale Cemetery, Norfolk. Arrangements are with Buck Funeral Home, Norwood