NNY native places third in ‘Jeopardy!’ appearance


North country native Deanna L. Bolio placed third on her Wednesday “Jeopardy!” game show appearance.

Ms. Bolio, who moved to California from Clayton when she was a young girl, earned $1,000 for her efforts. Returning champion Andy Wood of Ann Arbor, Mich., won the episode. Mr. Wood would go on to become a four-day winner. He was dethroned as champion on Friday with total winnings of about $90,000. Kevin Karp, a screenwriter from Scottsdale, Ariz., took second place on Wednesday, winning $2,000.

Ms. Bolio is the granddaughter of Helen L. Coney, 90, of LaFargeville. An uncle, Jerry Coney, lives in Brownville. A grandfather, Bennie Coney Sr., LaFargeville, husband of Helen, died in 2002 at age 91.

Ms. Bolio, who was born in Watertown, lives in Campbell, Calif., and works in community outreach for a public transportation system.

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Hmm, 3rd place out of 3? That means you lost and this is news how?

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