The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for Friday, 7/27/12
99 NEWS FOR FRIDAY, 7/27/12
JAPANESE BEETLE “EXPLODING” IN THE NORTH COUNTRY, WREAKING HAVOC ON LAWNS AND GARDENS—Paul Hetzler, an educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension in Canton says although the overall soil profile is dry, the past few summers before this were wetter than usual and that has caused an exponential increase in the population of the damaging insect species. He says there are non-toxic interventions that are promising, such as milky spore culture that lasts more than one season if applied properly, and nematodes—tiny worms that eat the grubs.
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HORSE IN MORRISTOWN TESTS POSITIVE FOR EASTERN EQUINE ENCEPHALITIS, COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS STRESS CONTROLLING MOSQUITOES BY ELIMINATING STANDING WATER TO LIMIT WHERE THEY BREED
ST.LAWRENCE GAS CROSS-COUNTY PIPELINE PROJECT TO START NEXT MONTH, STATE PCS APPROVES AMENDMENT TO CERTIFICATE THAT ALLOWS THE PROJECT TO MOVE FORWARD
ONEIDA COUNTY MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY BACKED INTO A POTSDAM POLICE CRUIISER, 52-YEAR-OLD GARY TAYLOR OF FORESTPORT WAS FOUND TO HAVE AN ALLEGED BAC OF .22 PERCENT AND WAS CHARGED THURSDAY WITH AGGRAVATED DWI, THEN RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
ALEXANDRIA BAY MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY PULLED A SWITCH-BLADE DURING A DOMESTIC INCIDENT IN HAMMOND, 24-YEAR-OLD CHRISTIAN CONTI CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANORS AND RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
POTSDAM MAN WHO FLED FROM STATE POLICE DURING A TRAFFIC STOP IN DEPEYSTER, 28-YEAR-OLD MATTHEW MIRAGLIA TURNED HIMSELF IN TO OGDENSBURG TROOPERS AND CHARGED WITH RESISTING ARREST, THEN RELEASED TO APPEAR IN TOWN COURT
Donald Sonya—74--Hopkinton resident. Memorial gathering Sunday beginning at 1pm at his home, 1135 County Route 56. Arrangements with Seymour Funeral Home in Potsdam.