One Malone Central School District student was admitted to the Alice Hyde Medical Center Wednesday afternoon with injuries suffered when a school bus hit a bump, bouncing several students out of their seats.
Eleven students from all grade levels were on the bus when it hit “a pretty substantial bump” on Whitten Road near the intersection with Houndsville Road, district Business Administrator Tim Whipple said Wednesday. The bump, apparently the result of a frost heave, caused several students to be thrown from their seats, he said.
Three students were taken to the hospital by Malone and Constable emergency medical service crews. Two were treated and released, the third was admitted, hospital officials said.The extent and nature of the injuries were not released, but a hospital nursing supervisor said the admitted child was in stable condition Wednesday night.
Four other students on the bus were picked up at the mishap site by parents or guardians, and the remaining four continued on the bus to their homes, Whipple said.
Nine people were found dead overnight in an apparent mass murder in rural southern Missouri, according to local media reports on Friday.
Eight people were thought to be victims of one suspect who was also found dead, according to a report from KSDK television. The nine dead were all found in and near the town of Tyrone, the TV station said. State police were to hold a news conference later in the morning.
MALONE — The Franklin County Department of Social Services appears to have found a way to keep county residents-in-need warm without breaking the bank.
DSS Commissioner Michele Mulverhill met with members of the county Legislature’s Human Resources Committee on Thursday, along with DSS Director of Financial Assistance Janelle Reome. They gave a report on the progress made with the county’s Home Energy Assistance Program.
The HEAP program assists struggling residents with obtaining the energy they need to keep their residences livable. In Franklin County, that means making sure that deliveries of heating oil are made –– particularly when the tank runs dry.
Nearly 900 students from 20 schools participate in Winnipeg racism-awareness march
Hundreds gathered at the Manitoba Legislature as part of a student-led anti-racism march Thursday morning.
Nearly 900 Students from about 20 schools took part in the Students Together Against Racism Today (START) demonstration.
Students looking for a job this summer might consider getting started this winter.
Especially if it's to be part of the "Summer Company" program administered by the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre.
"Summer Company is an exciting opportunity for students to do something they love, learn about the business world first hand, and make money," said Candy Pollard, business consultant with the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre.
Will Assist Elders 70 and Over
Akwesasne, NY – The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribal Council is proud to announce the initiation of a one-time pilot project to provide monetary support assisting Tribal elders with their electricity costs. With rising cost of home heating and electricity in the northeast, Tribal Council has responded to elders’ requests for additional assistance.
In light of several recent tragedies and mourning throughout the community, the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne has decided to postpone the MCA General Meeting that was scheduled for this Thursday, February 26th.
The General Meeting has been rescheduled for March 12, 2015 at the Snye Recreation Centre beginning at 6:30 p.m.
MCA Council and staff extend their deepest sympathies to all grieving families.
It took 12 years and help from Amnesty to get Cree teenager listed as missing
CBC News will continue to investigate missing and murdered indigenous women and girls by exploring the stories of these women, their families and their communities. We begin with the details of one of many unsolved cases.
|Amanda Bartlett was last seen in Winnipeg in July 1996. She was 17 years old. (Project Disappear)|
Janet Lowther wanted to share her sister Amanda Sophia Bartlett's story in Ottawa with other families of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls who are gathered for a national roundtable this week.
"Amanda's memory [and where she could be] torments my family for closure," she said.
"My family and I should be gathering for weddings and special occasions, but we gather to search ditches, fields and bogs."
Instead, Lowther is where she is every day of the week — at work at the University College of the North in The Pas, Man.
Manitoba paid for 10 representatives to attend the gathering in Ottawa. Lowther wasn't chosen but was encouraged to attend on her own.
The New York State Police issued a warning Tuesday about scam callers posing as government officials and other law enforcement personnel in order to extract money and personal information.
In a news release, police said that the scammers will call or email the victims and inform them that enforcement action will be taken against them unless they pay a fine, either through a wire transfer or Green Dot card.
State police said that law enforcement will not contact members of the public by telephone or via email for any form of payment.
The impersonating scammers have reportedly threatened people receiving the calls they could be arrested or have their property searched for refusing.
Some victims who purchased items online also reported fraudulent use of their credit cards.
Information about reporting scam calls can be found at http://wdt.me/Sm8ZQU.
The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne wishes to inform the community of the eligibility guidelines of voters and candidates for all MCA elections. The next General Election for the positions of Grand Chief and District Chiefs is scheduled for June 27, 2015. The following is pursuant to the Akwesasne Election Law 2005/2006-192.