99 NEWS FOR SATURDAY, 3/2/13
CLARKSON PROVOST SAYS MADE IN AMERICA IS “CLARKSON'S PLAN ON STEROIDS”--Chuck Thorpe told an audience at Alcoa East in Massena last month as US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand unveiled her high-tech industry-boosting initiative that the legislation is in line with efforts going on in Potsdam to take high-tech developments to the manufacturing stage, and encouraging students and faculty to start small businesses. Thorpe said Clarkson's latest major hire is that of Marilyn Freeman, Deputy Assistant Secretary of The Army for Research and Technology, whose job it will be to boost innovation on the campus.
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NO BAIL FOR 29-YEAR-OLD ROBERT DEACON OF HERKIMER COUNTY, CAUGHT IN EDWARDS FRIDAY WITH AN ALLEGED 190 PACKETS OF HEROIN
Mollie Johnson—87—Canton, formerly of South Colton. Services in the spring at Stark Cemetery; arrangements are with Buck Funeral Home in Colton.
Allen Jones—99—Potsdam. No services or calling hours; arrangements are with Seymour Funeral Home in Potsdam.
Velma Mc. Donald—92—Potsdam. Services Monday at 4pm at Seymour Funeral Home in Potsdam with calling hours Monday from 1-4pm