on Tuesday, 11 March 2014.
We spoke with Beaver River Central School Superintendent Leueen Smithling, who discusses APPR.
We will have more with Mrs. Smithling tomorrow.
We spoke with Arlene Hall with Mountainview Prevention Services, who has more on efforts to help combat teen alcoholism.
We will have more with Mrs. Hall tomorrow.
A 29 year old Boonville man is facing a charge of criminal mischief 4th degree. Boonville Police report that Ryan Salmon was charged after police responded to a 911 call for a domestic dispute on February 23rd at a residence on Schuyler Street. An investigation revealed that Salmon allegedly took a cell phone from his estranged wife & threw it down some stairs. Salmon responded to the Boonville Police Station, where he was served with a criminal summons returnable to Village of Boonville Court on March 19th.
2 people were charged stemming from a property damage accident that occurred last week on Main Street in the Village of Boonville. Boonville Police report that 30 year old Daniel Conde of Quantico, Virginia was charged with unlicensed operation & failure to yield right of way at a yield sign after he allegedly failed toyield to a vehicle on Main Street when he made a right turn off the Moose River Road. Following the accident, he allegedly tried to conceal that he was driving by changing drivers with a passenger in the vehicle. A policeinvestigation determined that Conde was the driver & was operating on a suspended driver's license from the State of Virginia. 20 year old Tessa Hoffert of Lyons Falls was also charged at the accident scene with failure to provide a valid insurance card & failure to notify the DMV of an address change. Both were issued tickets returnable to Village of Boonville Court March 19th.
A Rome man was in Oneida County Court to answer charges of sexual assault against a child, rape and other charges. Daniel Tebo Jr. pleaded not guilty before Judge Dwyer to three counts of predatory sexual assault against a child, two counts each of rape 1st degree, attempted rape 1st degree and sexual abuse 1st degree, and one count each of sexual conduct against a child 1st & 2nd degree. His case was adjourned for report to March 17th. Tebo allegedly repeatedly raped and sexually abused a 7-year-old girl in Western between April and August 2009 & allegedly continued to rape the girl in Rome in December 2012 and February 2013. Also in Oneida County Court, 21 year old Ryan Harvey of Remsen pleaded not guilty to one count each of possession of marijuana 3rd degree and possession of a weapon 3rd degree. His case was adjourned forreport to March 14th. Harvey was allegedly found with a quantity of marijuana and a set of metal knuckles inNew Hartford.
A 24 year old Carthage woman was arrested on a bench warrant. Watertown Police report that Jessica Confer was apprehended on the warrant & was turned over to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies for further processing.
The former St. Lawrence County Democratic chairman has announced a run for the 21st Congressional District seat now held by Bill Owens. Stephen Burke, who is now a Macomb town councilman, announced his intentions yesterday morning at his farm to challenge Aaron Woolf in a Democratic primary. Burke has already started circulating nominating petitions. If he collects enough signatures, it would force a primary with Woolf, who was selected last month by the Democratic committee chairs from the district's 12 counties.
Assemblyman Ken Blankenbush joined several Assembly members and Senators in a bi-partisan effort to encourage passage of the 21st Century Education Initiative during this legislative session. Blankenbush is one of the sponsors of the bill, which allows high school students to pursue a Career and Technical Education or CTE Diploma, emphasizing the development of trade skills. New York is ranked sixth nationally in manufacturing. It remains one of the largest industries in the state, but manufacturers have said it is difficult to fill available jobs with the skilled workers needed. As hi-tech manufacturing expands, the demand for middle-skilled workers could grow by as much as 17.5% by 2020. Blankenbush said the initiative will create the CTE Diploma. Students who follow the CTE path will use their elective classes to learn career-marketable trades, which include machining, electrical, plumbing and welding, among others. The goal is for these students to beproficient in their trade skill by graduation to fill available manufacturing and hi-tech jobs. The legislation has over 65 sponsors in the Assembly and Senate.
BRCS Superintendent discusses APPR
Services available to help combat teen alcoholism
Boonville man charged with criminal mischief
2 charged stemming from accident
Rome man pleads not guilty to rape charges
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