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Theresa woman accused of petit larceny

pWATERTOWN — A Theresa woman was charged with misdemeanor petit larceny by state police at 8:40 p.m. on Sunday./ppAmanda L. Hazelton, 27, was issued an appearance ticket returnable to local court./ppFurther details on the incident were not available./p …read more ...

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Indian River student arrested for drug possession

pPHILADELPHIA — An Indian River High School student was accused of drug possession on March 12 after suspicious behavior was reported to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office./ppAlexander G. Mathieu, 17, was taken out of his health class and was questioned ...

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Tractor Supply stores raising funds for 4-H

pA 4-H paper clover campaign will be held at Tractor Supply Company stores from March 27 to April 7. /ppTSC helps raise money for 4-H programs through the sale of paper clovers in stores. /ppNinety percent of funds raised go ...

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In 24 hours, O’Rourke pulled in $6.1 million

pBeto O’Rourke reported raising more than $6.1 million during the first 24 hours of his presidential campaign, a record-setting haul that narrowly tops the amount announced by Sen. Bernie Sanders and dwarfs everyone else in the 2020 field./ppO’Rourke was a ...

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Sen. Schumer supports new IJC nominees

pU.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., announced his support for three new officials proposed to lead the International Joint Commission on Monday. /ppSen. Schumer said in a statement he would vote to confirm former New York assemblywoman Jane L. Corwin, ...

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Lowville woman accused of stealing MP3 player

pLOWVILLE — A misdemeanor charge was lodged against a village woman for having an allegedly stolen MP3 player./ppTina M. Der, Dayan Street, was charged with fifth-degree criminal possession of stolen property by village police on Tuesday./ppAccording to the police report, ...

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Trump blames union leader for GM job cuts in Ohio

pPresident Donald Trump blamed a small-town union leader Sunday for not doing enough to save a General Motors factory in Lordstown, Ohio, that shuttered on March 6, causing about 5,400 job losses in a struggling part of the country./pp“Democrat UAW ...

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