99 NEWS FOR THURSDAY, 7/19/12
POTSDAM CROSSWALK SAFETY ENFORCEMENT TO BE STEPPED UP—Village Administrator David Fenton told Trustees Monday the State DOT has told the Village that it must try education and enforcement first, before it takes steps to narrow trouble spots like the notoriously-difficult crossing between the Roxy and the municipal parking on Main Street.
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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RULES TUESDAY STORM WAS NO TORNADO, NO MICRO-BURST--Meteorologist-In-Charge Andrew Nash in Burlington, VT told us yesterday the tell-tale sign the system that caused hundreds of thousands of dollars damage Tuesday was not a tornado, is the fact that rain came BEFORE the high winds, although the pattern of damage was, at first deceivingly like a tornado.
“SUNDAY ROCK” 20TH ANNIVERSARY REVIVAL PRODUCTION OPENED LAST NIGHT TO A CROWD OF ABOUT 300; SHOWS CONTINUE TONIGHT AND FRIDAY AT 7, AND SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2. ALL PROCEEDS GO TOWARD A “LEGACY FUND” FOR THE ARTS AT COLTON-PIERREPONT SCHOOL
POTSDAM PUBLIC MUSEUM TO GIVE 500 POTSDAM HIGH SCHOOL MEGA-REUNION PRE-REGISTRANTS THEIR INFORMATION PACKETS THE WEEKEND OF AUGUST 10TH, A “POTSDAM IN THE 1960'S” EXHIBIT OPENS AUGUST 1ST