The Heart Of The North Country
Audio Features from 99 Hits FM, Potsdam, NY
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99 News for 10-2-12
99 NEWS FOR 10/2/12
NEW HOUSING ON BRADLEY DRIVE ANTICIPATED --Potsdam Trustees were told Monday by Public Works Director Bruce Henderson to expect the need for infrastructure to be built in the foreseeable future, as three lots at the end of Bradley are prepared for new home construction. The cost of water, sewer, curbing, and asphalt would be about 250 dollars a lineal foot.
SEPTEMBER WARMER, WETTER—Certified Military Storm Spotter Rick O'Hanlon posted an average temperature of 62.7 degrees last month—about 5 degrees above the norm. Total rainfall was 4.86 inches—about a half-inch above normal.
SAT AND ACT SCORES ARE LESS EMPHASIZED, BUT THEY STILL MEAN A LOT IN COLLEGE ADMISSIONS—The main organizers of “Higher Education Day” in St. Lawrence County today told us colleges take a more wholistic approach when looking at students to admit—that includes extra-curricular activities, jobs, and other involvement in addition to standardized test scores. Some colleges have gone “test-optional” in recent years.
INVESTIGATION OF BREAK-INS AND THEFTS IN MORRISTOWN RESULTED IN THE ARREST OF 18-YEAR-OLD ANTHONY DINATALE OF MORRISTOWN ON FELONY BURGLARY AND OTHER COUNTS, 17-YEAR-OLD BRANDON SHAVER OF MORRISTOWN AND 17-YEAR-OLD MATTHEW TUPER OF BRIER HILL ON LESSER CHARGES. DINITALE ARRAIGNED AND JAILED; THE OTHER TWO RELEASED ON COURT TICKETS
NEW E-MAIL SCAM TARGETS BUSINESSES, DISGUISED AS A NOTICE FROM THE IRS
27-YEAR-OLD TRAVIS HOWE OF OGDENSBURG ARRESTED FOR ALLEGED ASSAULT OF ANOTHER INMATE OF THE COUNTY JAIL LAST MONTH
Sylvia Wright—81—Ogdensburg. Services 3:15pm Wednesday at Lawrence Funeral Home in Canton with calling hours Wednesday 11am-3pm