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Today's Top Stories - Saturday December 8, 2018

Daughter Sentenced in Neurauter Murder
Yesterday, Karrie Neurauter was sentenced to serve 1-3 years in state prison for her role in helping her father, Lloyd Neurauter, murder her mother Michele Neurauter back in the summer of 2017. Neurauter pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and waived her right to appeal following her father’s confession to murdering his wife. Karrie will serve her time in Bedford Hills Correctional Facility downstate in Westchester while Lloyd will serve his life without parole sentence at one of the state’s top-security prisons.


CCC To Charge PA Students In-State Tuition
Corning Community College opened up the opportunity for Pennsylvania students seeking associate’s degrees to enjoy the same tuition costs as in-state students. The Keystone Residential Scholarship was approved by CCC’s Regional Board of Trustees to be available to all Pennsylvania students living on campus beginning next semester in Spring 2019 when classes begin January 22, 2019. According to officials, Pennsylvania students will be saving, on average, $5,000 per year.


Bath Man Arrested for Controlled Substance Charges
The Village of Bath Police Department reports the arrest of a 55-year-old Bath man for drug charges. Danny L. Soles was wanted on two Superior Court warrants and arrested for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree, Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Fourth Degree, and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Fifth Degree. Following his arrest, Soles was arraigned in Steuben County Court and sent to Steuben County Jail in lieu of $20,000 cash bail.


Four Men Charged for Cameron Burglary
Criminal charges have now been filed against four men in connection with a residential burglary on October 24 in the town of Cameron. Charged with felony burglary to a dwelling while armed with a deadly weapon: 27-year-old Bryan  Burleson of Avoca; 35-year-old Kyle Krisher of Bath and 28-year-old Christopher Sodeman of Bath. Also charged with criminal possession of a weapon by a convicted felon was 47-year-old Gregory Brown of Campbell.


Art for the Arc Raises $7,218 for Foundation

Arc of Steuben’s Art for the Arc silent auction raised over $7,000 to directly support those with developmental and intellectual disabilities through the Arc’s Foundation. The fundraiser was sponsored by Chemung Canal Trust Company and put over 50 items from local artists and businesses up for auction. The money raised will benefit more than 950 people in Steuben and surrounding counties through community, residential, employment, transportation and job-readiness training services and programs.


NY Farm Bureau Re-elects President at Annual Meeting This Week
New York Farm Bureau members wrapped up their 62nd State Annual Meeting Wednesday with an evening banquet full of awards, state dignitaries and celebration for another successful meeting that sets the organization’s public policy agenda for 2019. The event highlighted this year’s theme, “Believe. Engage. Connect.” Earlier in the day, delegates unanimously re-elected David Fisher, a dairy farmer from Madrid, NY, to his second two-year term as president of the state’s largest farm organization.

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