Your Turn: feedback on gun permits, helping homeless & ghost story

Published: Oct. 10, 2022 at 2:32 PM EDT
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WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - People in St. Lawrence County who want a gun permit will have to wait. The county has stopped issuing the permits because officials want a clear path forward:

Oh. Is that why I haven’t heard anything for a full year? Glad they got my fingerprints before freezing the system.

Kirk Jones

Stripping U.S. citizens of their Second Amendment rights.

Nicole Montrois

The owner of a vacant building on Arsenal Street is willing to work with a local group to help the homeless find a warm place to stay this winter:

This is a great location! Close to DSS and a central location that’s easy to get to!

Katy McNitt

This makes the most logical sense. I hope it works out for all concerned.

Debbie Smith

For decades, people have reported seeing a ghost along Sears Pond Road and Route 177. Historians say the legendary Tug Hill Annie is based on a real woman who died in a crash in the 1950s:

I live off 177 and am out driving around a lot at night but so far haven’t seen anything but I’ll keep watching.

Lawrence Hoffert

Literally “drove thru” her this summer while driving...Coolest, yet spookiest thing I’ve encountered yet.

Karmen Scofield