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Friday, October 24, 2014

have for sale 4 Cooper mud and snow tires size 195/60R15. Like new - used one winter. Asking $250. Call 771-3679 if interested.

FOR SALE....Enviro kodiak woodstove model 1700. Bought new in 2008 excellent shape asking $900.00 OBO. 
Call mike at 525-0538

For Sale: 8 HP 24 inch MTD snowblower. Runs good, performs good. A little rusty...but trusty $250.00 272-0254

Please put this on your swap shop.
2003 Chevy Trailblazer LT.
Only 75000 Miles.
Call 376-9389 Ask For Chris.

2) Men's Arrow Sweat Shirts Size XL Midnight Blue Pd $50 Take $25.00
(1) Camo Hunting Jacket New Never worn Size Large $25
(2) St. John's Bay Pull-overs $15 each
(1) St. John's Bay Jacket New $20 Call 942-4048

Thursday, October 23, 2014

1967 Chevy impala SS. Frame, doors, all windows, trunk lid, hood and lots of associated parts. 1968. Chevy C-10 pick up. Ready for restoration. No box. Has 6 cyl motor. And tranny. Frame solid. Text or call Scott at 489-1528

Full size brown comforter, 2 shams and bed skirt from JCpenny Great condition! $30
Really nice Vintage 30's china cabinet $150
Call 397-8259

Huge, INDOOR, HEATED Estate Sale
5905 Spencer Road, Boonville
Thurs. 10/23 -Sun. 10/26 9 a.m-5 p.m.
NO Early Birds

Latest News:

Carthage man charged with DWI

A traffic stop led to charges for a 22 year old Carthage man. Carthage Police report that Cody Knotts was charged with DWI, speeding and a license plate violation. His blood/alcohol content was allegedly 0.09%. All charges are returnable November 3rd in Village of Carthage Court.

IBM deal to benefit nanotech site

A major nanotech research facility being built in Marcy should benefit from a pending sale of a semiconductor manufacturing business.
Local officials report that IBM is among several technology companies involved in the Quad-C/ Computer Chip Commercialization Center research site under construction at SUNY Poly. GlobalFoundries is currently in negotiations to purchase IBM's commercial semiconductor technology business. The approximately $1.5 billion deal will enable IBM to further focus on fundamental semiconductor research and the development of related systems. The agreement should strengthen relationships at SUNY Poly as IBM already has announced it still will be involved in research and development efforts including SUNY. The $125 million Quad-C building on the SUNY Poly's Marcy campus is on
target to be mostly completed by the end of this year. The project was one of the presentations at Thursday's Lewis County Economic Development Conference with speakers stating that the project could potentially have a large economic impact on Lewis County as well as the Utica area, stating at every one of the 1,500 jobs that the project creates could potentially create another 2-3 jobs outside the facility.