Six Clarkson athletes honored with Liberty League awards in past week
POTSDAM -- In the past seven days, the Clarkson University Athletic Department performed incredibly well in several sports, posting a 7-0-1 record, and the Golden Knights were justifiably rewarded with six Liberty League Weekly awards on Monday.
Lisbon native in ABC-tv pilot 'Final Witness' airing Tuesday
A new program airing nationally Tuesday includes a cast member, Marc Isaacs, who is originally from Lisbon.
Isaacs has a part of the first episode of "Final Witness" on ABC. The new hour-long program dramatizes true life crimes, with the story told from the perspective of one of the deceased victims. The initial episode recounts the murder of a Texas family in 2008. Isaacs plays the father of that family in reenactment scenes throughout the show.
Ogdensburg teen charged with grand larceny in auto theft
OGDENSBURG – State police charged Ronald B. Redmond, 18, of Ogdensburg with fourth degree grand larceny, auto over $100, a class E felony, and second degree harassment, physical contact, following a domestic dispute Sunday evening.
He was released on his own recognizance to appear in court at a later date.
Potsdam Central class of '61 to plan 50-year reunion Sept. 14
POTSDAM – The graduating class of '61 will meet at the Sergi’s Restaurant Tuesday, Sept. 14 at noon to eat lunch and plan for our 50 year reunion for June 8 and 9, 2011.
For more information, call Lorna Wagner 265-4073.
Final registration for Tri-Town Minor Hockey Sept. 14
BRASHER FALLS – The final registration for Tri-Town Minor Hockey will be held Tuesday, Sept. 14 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Tri-Town Arena.
For more information, contact Sara Lynch at 384-4597.
You should refocus
While I see the point of proper clothing for your work setting (“No Workers With Tattoos,” Sept. 8-14), I fail to see how being tattooed or pierced affects a person’s ability to do their job properly. Maybe if this individual has so much free time on their hands they could take a moment to ask the person if their tattoo signifies something special instead of using it to label the person as unworthy of employment. I am a college educated person, I work full time and part time, I raised a child by myself and am currently co-parenting two others.
Burglary means no work or new clothes for school
To the Editor:
Between Monday evening on Aug. 30 and Wednesday morning on Sept. 1 our family home at 471 Eels Rd. in Canton. was burglarized,
Not only did they steal everything worth money, they stole tools handed down to me from my father.
Not only that, they also took tools I had put aside that I use to make a living, being that I’m self employed as a handyman.
Hermon woman arrested for allegedly allowing two juveniles to fight; one injured
RUSSELL – St. Lawrence County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a Hermon woman after she allegedly allowed two juveniles to fight, resulting in injury to one on Aug. 14.
Kristen N. Daniels, 26, of 19 Town Line Rd., Hermon, was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of criminal facilitation, fourth degree for permitting a physical altercation between the two on County Rt. 25 in the town of Russell, according to deputies.
They also report two other juveniles were present during the incident.
Ogdensburg City Court candidate Judge Bill Small is going door-to-door meeting with the people of Ogdensburg. Here he is joined on the campaign trail by Patrick, Reagan, and Laken Kelly. Voters head to the polls Tuesday for primary day.
Angel Food Ministries in Madrid accepting orders for low-priced food through Sept. 14
MADRID – Those wishing to place orders for food plans offered at reduced prices from Angel Food Ministries have until Tuesday, Sept. 14.
Ordering may be done online at angelfoodministries.com or by contacting [email protected] or 322-4089.
Food pickup will take place Saturday, Sept. 18 from noon to 2 p.m. at the United Church of Madrid.
Hamburgers and hot dogs will be served.