99 NEWS FOR SATURDAY, 11/22/08
HOBBLE GOBBLE TOPS 500 PARTICIPANTS, OVER 10-THOUSAND DOLLARS RAISED--Organizer Derry Loucks told 99 News Friday the 11th annual walk-run for the Potsdam Holiday Fund will beat all records this year, good news because the number of needy families is up, and overall giving to the fund has been down.
POTSDAM COMPUTER GAME MAKER, ACTIVIST GETS INTERNATIONAL PUBLICITY--Jason Rohrer is featured in an article published Thursday on esquire.com. The story covers a game Rohrer has recently uploaded to the internet, and also the local story about the natural landscaping of his property, over which he won a court case.
TWO MORE ARRESTS MADE IN OGDENSBURG QUARRY CASE--City Police Detectives arrested 21-year-old Donald Dobbs III Thursday on felony and misdemeanor counts alleging he worked with a relative to break into Hanson Aggregates and make off with hundreds of feet of copper wire. 59-year-old Theodore Harper was arrested on a misdemeanor count alleging he bought the copper knowing it was stolen.
Joseph Goliber, Jr.--76--Hannawa Falls. Services 1:30pm Tuesday at St.Mary's Church in Potsdam; calling hours at Seymour Funeral Home in Potsdam Monday 2-4, 7-9pm. Elks service Monday night at 7.