St Lawrence County Newswire (Page 4)

St Lawrence County Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for St Lawrence County, NY. (Page 4)

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  1. Great American grocery store coming to Star LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    L.K.R. Enterprises Inc., owned by the Lockwood family of Watertown, plans to open a Great American store in the former Padgett's Hometown IGA on State Route 3. The corporation received approval this week for $300,000 in low-interest loans through a financing package provided jointly by the St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency and the Development Authority of the North Country. Randall “Randy” D. Lockwood, said he is looking forward to expanding the family business by opening a third store to serve residents and tourists in southeastern St. Lawrence County.

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  2. The Outdoorsman: E.J. Daileya s life still inspires others in the north countryRead the original story

    Saturday May 21 | Watertown Daily Times

    Forgotten to most, and ravaged by time, the tin-roofed, dilapidated shack in the town of Lisbon near Flackville offers little today about the man who once lived there. To those who drive through this lazy patch of bog-spotted bottom land, the old building resembles anything but a landmark.

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  3. Rochester woman charged with bringing contraband into Ogdensburg prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Watertown Daily Times

    State police on Sunday charged Sulina M. Miller, 42, of Rochester, with two counts of misdemeanor second-degree introduction of prison contraband. She was also cited with unlawful possession of marijuana.

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  4. Ogdensburg woman pleads guilty to meth possessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Watertown Daily Times

    Whitney D. Regan, 29, of 801 Lake St., pleaded guilty to felony third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, the top count of a nine-count indictment as part of a plea deal with the district attorney's office . As part of the plea deal, County Court Judge Derek P. Champagne committed to sentencing Ms.

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  5. Shirley A. RussellRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Watertown Daily Times

    Shirley Ann Russell was born on July 14, 1937, in St. Lawrence County, New York. She was the daughter of Floyd and Anna Dashno.

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  6. Motorist flees scene after crashing into power pole and causing grass fire in PotsdamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Watertown Daily Times

    Village police are on the lookout for a man who crashed his car into a utility pole on Lawrence Avenue Friday morning, causing a grass fire and a brief power outage for about 1,600 local residents. According to a department release, witnesses on the scene reported that a red, two-door vehicle, bearing Georgia plates and driven by a young man, left the road at 9:11 a.m. and struck the pole near A.A. Kingston Middle School.

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  7. Massena man charged with 2010 rape of childRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Watertown Daily Times

    State police on Tuesday charged Stacey J. Laporte Jr., 25, of 52 Maple St., Massena, with first-degree rape and first-degree sexual abuse, both felonies, and two counts of acting in a manner injurious to a child less than 17 years old. Troopers charge that during the month of June 2010 in the town, Laporte had sexual intercourse with a female less than thirteen years old.

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  8. Great American grocery store coming to Star LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Watertown Daily Times

    L.K.R. Enterprises Inc., owned by the Lockwood family of Watertown, plans to open a Great American store in the former Padgett's Hometown IGA on Route 3. The corporation received approval this week for $300,000 in low-interest loans through a financing package provided jointly by the St. Lawrence County Industrial Development Agency and the Development Authority of the North Country. Randall “Randy” D. Lockwood said he is looking forward to expanding the family business by opening a third store to serve residents and tourists in southeastern St. Lawrence County.

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  9. Former SUNY Canton student gets time served for 2014 Yik Yak threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Watertown Daily Times

    A former SUNY Canton student who was federally charged with threatening to kill students at the school in an October 2014 post on social media had his case returned to local court last month. Alex Vazquez, 22, of Brooklyn, pleaded guilty on April 27 in Canton Town Court to misdemeanor third-degree falsely reporting an incident.

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  10. Down two officers and a sergeant, Potsdam police chief urges village...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    Arguing that a prolonged staffing shortage in his department is putting officers and the public at risk, Village Police Chief Kevin A. Bates urged board members this week to wrap up union contract negotiations quickly so he can hire new officers. During a quarterly report presented to the board, Mr. Bates said with former officer Shawn McCargar hired earlier this month by the St. Lawrence County Sheriff's Department, and with another officer expected to be out soon for three weeks due to appendix surgery, the department is having trouble keeping up with duties. 1 comment

  11. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    Friday May 20 | North Country Now

    Legislation sponsored by North Country State Sen. Joseph Griffo that would make an agreement permanent among states to elect the president by national popular vote has passed the state Senate. Sen. Griffo's bill concerning a National Popular Vote Interstate Compact would bolster efforts to make the candidate who wins the majority of the nationwide popular vote president, promoting the idea that every state and every vote is important.

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  12. Top five things to do in St. Lawrence County on SundayRead the original story

    Friday May 20 | North Country Now

    Here are the top five things happening in St. Lawrence County on Sunday, as chosen by the North CountryNow.com editorial staff:

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  13. St. Lawrence County preps to repave 26 highway milesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    Working with an outside contractor, crews from St. Lawrence County's Highway Department are scheduled to repave 26 miles of county roads this season in several different towns. County Highway Superintendent Donald R. Chambers said in preparation for upcoming paving projects, his crews have started replacing culverts and have been mowing and grading the roadway shoulders.

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  14. Brasher trail not open yetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    St. Lawrence County's multi-use trail coordinator is reminding people that the newest section of trail through the Brasher State Forest should not be used until it's officially opened. “We are urging all trail users to please stay out of the Brasher State Forest with ATVs until that time,” said Deb Christy.

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  15. Gouverneur woman accused of shoplifting at Walmart in PotsdamRead the original story

    Friday May 20 | North Country Now

    A Gouverneur woman was charged Thursday with shoplifting from Walmart, 7494 U.S. Highway 11, according to St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies. Sara Hutton, 26, was charged with petit larceny for allegedly putting items into her purse and leaving the store without paying for them.

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  16. Nearly 100 St. Lawrence County residents to graduate from SUNY PotsdamRead the original story

    Friday May 20 | North Country Now

    Several St. Lawrence County residents were among the more than 1,000 students who are expected to graduate from SUNY Potsdam May 21. a Jacob Beaulieu of Norwood graduated magna cum laude and with distinction with both a bachelor of arts and a master of arts degree in mathematics a Michael Chartrand of Massena graduated with distinction with a master of science in education degree in social studies education a Jessielee Cole of Massena graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in literature/writing and speech communication a Emily Cunningham of Ogdensburg graduated summa cum laude with both a bachelor of arts and a master of arts degree in mathematics a Conner Eldridge of Winthrop graduated with distinction with a master of science in education degree in curriculum and instruction a Gisele El-Khoury of Potsdam graduated with distinction with a master of science in education ... (more)

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  17. Artists gather in Waddington to create new art co-opRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 20 | North County Public Radio

    Artists Susan Riley and Mary Holland arrange one of Susan's wall hangings at the Lake Saint Lawrence Arts Gallery and Co-op in Waddington. Photo: Todd Moe New art has been hung, the floors vacuumed and a group of six St. Lawrence County artists is ready to unveil a new art gallery/cooperative in downtown Waddington.

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  18. North Country Civil War Round Table set for May 22 in CantonRead the original story

    Thursday May 19 | North Country Now

    Four million men enlisted to fight in the American Civil War, and left many more millions of women behind. Most of these women continued to fulfill their traditional duties, as well as taking on those tasks previously done by the men in their lives.

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  19. End era of lost confidence in St. Lawrence County legal system, says Heuvelton manRead the original story

    Thursday May 19 | North Country Now

    I would like to see a campaign to talk her into stepping down immediately and get her out of that office. Plans should be started, if not already done, to find a replacement for her and whatever it takes to find competent, professional ADA's with backgrounds for the job.

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  20. Waddington man accused of child malnourishment released from jailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    The former Waddington man charged with depriving his child of adequate food for nearly two years was released from jail after the St. Lawrence County District Attorney's office failed to indict him. Anthony J. Gladle, 32, of 300 Ellis Road, was released on his own recognizance by acting St. Lawrence County Court Judge Derek P. Champagne after Gladle's attorney, Bradford C. Riendeau, filed a motion with the court charging the district attorney's office failed to present a felony charge to a grand jury within 45 days.

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