The Heart Of The North Country
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99 News for 7/12/12
99 NEWS FOR THURSDAY, DAY 1 OF POTSDAM SUMMER FESTIVAL,7/12/12...The Northern Music and Video Main Stage opens up at 12 Noon!
COST OF COUNTY TRAIL COORDINATOR QUESTIONED—St. Lawrence County Legislators voted 11-4 Monday in favor of hiring Travel Unlimited, owned by county Snowmobile Association official Deb Christy, to be the coordinator for the system until the end of the year at a cost of just over 41-thousand-dollars. Legislators in favor said Christy is uniquely qualified, and the multi-use recreational trail will be an economic development boon. Madrid legislator Kevin Acres said he supports the trail as a wise use of natural resources but the cost is, in his words “largesse on our part,” and that Christy's duties were not clearly spelled out. Fowler legislator Alex Mackinnon says the responsibilities are clearly stated in the statement of need for the position.
CAR DRIVEN BY WATERTOWN PRIEST, 79-YEAR-OLD RICHARD HUBER, TIPPED OVER ON ITS SIDE AFTER STRIKING A CONCRETE BARRIER IN THE CANTON ROUTE 11 CONSTRUCTION AREA ABOUT 4:15PM WEDNESDAY. HUBER WAS NOT HURT
WISCONSIN SEX OFFENDER, 25-YEAR-OLD EDWARD MONROE CONVICTED OF CHILD SEXUAL ASSAULT, FOUND IN THE TOWN OF OSWEGATCHIE ON A FUGITIVE WARRANT AND JAILED WEDNESDAY. MONROE ALLEGEDLY FAILED TO REGISTER
PARISHVILLE MAN TICKETED FOR ALLEGEDLY SHOOTING AND KILLING A DOG, 32-YEAR-OLD LUKE ROSENBARKER CHARGED ON A COMPLAINT FILED FROM THE ALLEN'S FALLS NEIGHBORHOOD
ALEXANDRA COUSTEAU, GRAND-DAUGHTER OF JACQUES COUSTEAU TO SPEAK AT CLARKSON SATURDAY, SAYS “WATERSHEDS FIRST”
Francis Hatch—80--South Colton. Services 11am Friday at St. Patrick's Church, Colton. Calling hours at Buck Funeral Home, Colton today 2-4, 7-9pm