Your Turn: Your Feedback On Justice, Layoffs, Ammo & Snow

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A Watertown woman was killed in a head-on crash a year ago.  According to her parents, justice was never done because the other driver got traffic tickets, but no criminal charges:

 

My brother was killed in 2004 by a man who was driving on a suspended license and he only got a ticket for driving with a suspended license. There is no justice.

Laurie Thomas
from email


I would at least file a civil case against this man.  If he isn't going to jail, break him!

Nanette Lawrence
from email



We learned last week that 36 positions are getting the axe in the General Brown School District:

 

I hope all extracurricular activities were cut first before the teachers.

AJ Garza
from Facebook


The bad part about all of this is that the kids are the ones that have to deal with the effects of this.

Tissy Adams
from Facebook


But they have a nice new football field with astro turf.

Jeff Clarke
from Facebook

Gun owners are having a tough time finding ammunition due to a shortage:

 

The ammo shortage has spilled over into cartridge reloading components. Cannot find any brass, primers, or bullets even for 357 mag., 45 long colt, or 38 special.

Robert Batten
from email

We have been selling a lot of our ammo too from our business. Can't hardly order anything in either due to shortage.

Lisa Lehman- Steiner
from Facebook


On the first day of spring, Mother Nature decided the north country wasn't finished with winter.  The Tug Hill plateau was measuring snow not in inches, but in feet:

 

Come on. It is only March in the north country. You can love it, get along with it or you can leave it.

Fred Goslin
from email

If I had the money, I would go somewhere hot.

Maria Schatz
from Facebook
 

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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