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Friday, December 26, 2014

FOR SALE :  jig saw $15, circular saw $35, sabre saw $20,  electric drill $ 15.   call 723-0728 or text

for sale Lane green fabric rocker recliner. Great shape $100.00 - vintage rug beater 20.00. 100% wool black long womens coat Michele stuart size 10 - great shape 30.00 - small 4 drawer wood side dresser 35.00 call 942 6880.

3 Wheel Pride Mobility Sonic Scooter Never used outdoors Used only
3 months by original owner after surgery 36 page Owner's Manual 
7 page Battery Owner's Manual Warning Label Battery Pack Label
Spare Starter Key Cost in 2004 $1275.00 Asking $500.00
Call 376-8564

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Washer and dryer 350$
2 years old 
Washer is top loader
Very good condition 
Moving and must sell

want to buy power ice auger, 8" or smaller. call 376 6249

Wanted, Band-saw mill, portable, with or with out engine.
484-643-3344 Potters Corners

Latest News:

New School Closure Law

A new bill that was recently signed by Governor Cuomo will allow New York State schools to close on days when religious or cultural observations would keep a majority of students home. The Associated Press stated that in order for a closing to occur, boards of education must decide to close schools when “a considerable proportion of the student population is unlikely to attend,” thus makes opening a school a waste of resources. Schools that would see the biggest impact are those in New York City during the Chinese Lunar New Year, when absentee rates are as high as 60 percent.

Town of Martinsburg Firefighter Training Facility Gets Upgrade

Thanks to grant-funding and a Bright-Idea, the Lewis County Firefighter Training Center in the Town of Martinsburg, now has brand new lights and generators. As reported by the Johnson Newspaper Group, The Howard Jantzi Memorial Training Center, off Glendale Road, now has LED lights on both the interior and exterior of the three-story training tower, as well as wiring and outlets for training equipment; such as smoke machines and fans. A majority of the funding came from the Garrett W. Loomis Firefighters Fund.