The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 9/26/12
99 NEWS FOR 9/26/12
AUDITOR SAYS POTSDAM CENTRAL SCHOOL IS FISCALLY-CLEAN, BUT MUST CONTROL SPENDING—Roy “Chip” Clark of D'Arcangelo and Company told the Board of Education last night it used almost 39 percent more fund balance to balance the budget this year—a trend he sees in many schools coping with state and federal aid losses. He says that is not sustainable over time. ALSO—The Board voted Tuesday to give Superintendent Pat Brady a 2.5-percent raise this year bringing the salary up to $128,152. There have been several years in Brady's tenure when he has not taken a raise because of tight fiscal times. He pays 10 percent toward health insurance. The contract is a 3-year deal with annual review.
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CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE DONALD HASSIG SAYS ALL THE MAINSTREAM THINKERS HAVE IT WRONG ON SCHOOL FOOD, SAYS JUST ABOUT ALL OF IT IS SUSPECT BECAUSE OF PROCESSING AND CONTAMINATION
UNEMPLOYMENT DOWN IN ST.LAWRENCE COUNTY FOR AUGUST WAS 10.8 PERCENT...SECOND-HIGHEST OUTSIDE OF METRO-NEW YORK
30-YEAR-OLD ROBERT DONNELLY OF MASSENA AND 31-YEAR-OLD TERRY POWER OF OGDENSBURG—BOTH COUNTY JAIL INMATES--ARRESTED ON FELONY CHARGES FOR ALLEGEDLY ASSAULTING A FELLOW INMATE LAST WEEK. THEY WERE ARRAIGNED AND SENT BACK TO JAIL WITHOUT BAIL
DALTON LAFLAIR OF LISBON, 17, CHARGED WITH FELONY RELATED TO DEPEYSTER-HEUVELTON-LISBON AREA THEFT SPREE
DEPUTIES SAY 31-YEAR-OLD JEFFREY WEAVER ALLEGEDLY TOOK THEM ON A HIGH-SPEED CHASE SEPTEMBER 16TH IN EDWARDS REACHING 105 MPH
Blanche Paquin—85—Norfolk. Services 11am Thursday, October 4th at Donaldson Funeral Home in Massena with calling hours Wednesday, October 3rd from 2-4, 7-9pm