Your Turn: Feedback On Animal Cruelty Plea, Bon-Ton & Bitcoin

Your Turn: Feedback On Animal Cruelty Plea, Bon-Ton & Bitcoin

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In return for their guilty plea on animal cruelty charges, Leroy Burnham and Joanne Armstrong are prevented for a year from owning more than 20 animals at a time with the conditions that they care for them properly and allow a veterinarian to make periodic inspections:

They shouldn't be allowed to any animals, not even a mouse.

Dale A. Mainville


What a joke. They should go to jail.

Rae Onyon


They are good, caring, loving people of all animals who...took animals in that owners were going to have killed and no longer wanted to care for themselves, but took in too many and got in over their heads.

Nancy Measheaw


A Bitcoin miner may locate in Massena where the attraction is "cheap reliable power."  The company plans to invest $165 million and employ 150 people:

Where did they find cheap energy? Not around the Watertown area!

Larry Zegarelli


Crypto is killing energy usage. It really needs to be addressed on the large scale.

Shawn Bookout

A department store in Watertown will be closing its doors for good. Bon-Ton says it's closing its location at the Salmon Run Mall along with 41 other locations throughout the country:

Disappointing news. Bon-Ton was one of a few stores in Watertown that offered a nice variety of clothing.

Debbie Smith


I'm sorry for the people who will lose their jobs.

Brandi Kimmett

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