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Investigation continues for possible Arson in Alabama barn fire.
A Barn Fire on Judge Road remains under investigation after initial reports said the fire was suspicious in nature.
The fire was reported at a Judge Road residence in Alabama between Crosby and Alleghany roads in which the caller believed was intentionally set.
According to Sheriff's Deputy Richard Schildwaster they are talking with several individuals attempting to trace the origin of the fire.
"We have several people that we're talking to, including people my knowledge most of the people here are family.  So we've talked to several individuals in relation to this”
There were two horses that escaped from the flames and nothing more than a possible minor injury reported, however there was one of the resident’s livestock that died in the blaze.

Alleged child abuse leads to felony charge for a Bergen man.
An investigation by Genesee County Youth Officers has resulted in the arrest of a Bergen resident for allegedly having sexual contact with a 6 year old victim.
24 year old Colin Wickings of Clinton Street Road was arrested and charged with Sex Abuse in the first degree.
The alleged incident occurred at Godfrey’s Pond in Stafford last September.
Wickings was arraigned in Stafford Town Court yesterday.
An order of protection was issued barring Wickings contact with the victim and he was ultimately released under supervision of Genesee Justice.

Corfu soldier receives a hero’s welcome following eight month deployment.
Elba native Sgt. Christopher Green just completed an eight-month deployment in Afghanistan and returned home after being away for a year.
Thursday he was escorted by fire and police all the way from the Buffalo Airport to the Corfu Fire Hall.
“This is a great homecoming.  I was not expecting this, especially this magnitude.  Got great community, great family and friends, you couldn’t ask for more.”
Green was a member of the National Guard Bravo Company 3126 out of Rochester and was a door gunner on a Chinook helicopter.

Today is Veterans Day, a day set aside to honor the patriotism of the armed services past and present. 
National Veterans Day ceremonies take place at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia today, just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC.  Wreath-laying ceremonies will take place at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and World War Two Memorial in DC. 
Thousands are expected to line the streets of New York City for the nation's biggest Veterans' Day Parade.   Similar celebrations of America's heroes will take place all around the country.  
Veterans Day became a legal holiday in 1938.
It was originally known as Armistice Day, and was meant to commemorate the day in 1918 when an armistice went into effect near the end of World War One. 
That armistice went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of that year.  

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