a Schuyler County Family Court order that found two local children to be neglected and abused.
The invocation and benediction were presented by Father Steve Lape of St. Photos in text: Assemblyman Phil Palmesano was the keynote speaker. Middle: Schuyler County Legislature Chairman Dennis Fagan was among the speakers.
His talk was interrupted by the collapse of two young boys. Bottom: Watkins Glen Mayor Sam Schimizzi addresses the crowd at the Veterans Day service, with emcee Tony Specchio in the background.
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Without skipping a beat, the community stepped in to help ensure there was always food prepared and available. 17, 2017 -- Odessa-Montour 1998 graduate Shane Ricci has authored and published his first book, “A Coach’s Connection.” He will be holding a book-signing event at the Arnot Mall on Saturday, September 30 from p.m. His book will be available for sale at the event, or can be purchased ahead of time on or at Barnes and Noble.
"It's kind of a strange program here today," Specchio said when it resumed after the three patients had been transported from the scene.
Palmesano had the remaining attendees -- many had left during the break -- offer a silent prayer for the three, and commented on the sense of community exhibited by the First Responders in an instant after the collapses occurred. "When something bad happens, friends and family gather to help." He likened that to the way friends embrace the families of servicemen, and said he hopes that in the most dire of circumstances, that Gold Star families realized that "the sacrifices of their loved ones made a tremendous difference in our history." In the speeches leading to the injury break, the sacrifices of servicemen living and dead were extolled, with Schuyler County Legislature Chairman Dennis Fagan reading a fiery letter written to the National Football League by a fan disgusted with players taking a knee during the National Anthem.
The sentencings are the result of an investigation by the New York State Police, Special Investigations Unit, Rochester; the New York State Police, CNET Southern Tier, under the direction of Major Richard Allen; the Schuyler County Sheriff’s Department, under the direction of William Yessman; and the Schuyler County District Attorney’s Office, under the direction of Joseph Fazzary. 20, 2017 -- Scott Kennedy, 40, of Beaver Dams, who was convicted of federal drug charges in connection with a methamphetamine ring operating across Schuyler, Chemung and Steuben Counties, was sentenced in U. A lunch offerng soup, sandwich and dessert proved popular, with available seating filled.
Various crafts were for sale, and a raffle offered prizes including a quilt, themed baskets and a dollhouse kit.
Mendez was sentenced to 46 months in prison, while Champion received a 63-month term. Jared Mendez, 32, of Bradford, NY, who was convicted of theft of anhydrous ammonia with knowledge it would be used to manufacture methamphetamine, was sentenced to 46 months in prison by Chief U. Between January 2016, and May 4, 2016, authorities said, Champion obtained quantities of pseudoephedrine and sold it to Kennedy. Geraci imposed the sentence in a case in which Kennedy was found guilty of conspiracy to manufacture, possess with intent to distribute, and to distribute, 500 grams or more of a mixture or substance containing meth. Jared Mendez, for example, sold stolen anhydrous ammonia to Kennedy, while Terry Champion sold pseudoephedrine to Kennedy." Jared Mendez, Terry Champion and Wendy Kennedy have been convicted of charges stemming from the conspiracy and will be sentenced on December 1, November 30 and December 19, respectively.
20, 2017 -- Wendy Kennedy, 39, of Beaver Dams, NY, who was convicted of conspiracy to manufacture and distribute methamphetamine, was sentenced Tuesday to 24 months in prison by Chief U. Wendy Kennedy permitted her brother to manufacture methamphetamine at this location, and the defendant used that location to sell methamphetamine to others." In addition to Scott and Wendy Kennedy, defendants Jared Mendez and Terry Champion have also been convicted and sentenced. Between July 2015 and October 2015, Jared Mendez stole anhydrous ammonia and sold it to Kennedy. "During that time," a press release noted, "defendant personally manufactured large amounts of methamphetamine at his home at 44 Campground Road in the Town of Catlin and on the property maintained by his sister, Wendy Kennedy, at 2200 County Route 19 in the Town of Dix." Kennedy, the release said, "also received assistance from numerous co-conspirators who provided him with supplies with the intent that he would use those supplies to manufacture methamphetamine.
Other remarks came from Watkins Glen Mayor Sam Schimizzi and the commanders of American Legions Posts 555, Keith Caslin, and 676, Rick Lewis.