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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

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

For sale: Reggie Jackson autographed Sports Illustrated cover. PSA Authentic. Asking $50. call 681-1281.

For Sale. Kerosene Heater, excellent working. Self igniter. Like new condition. $40.00. Phone 348-8636 or leave message

Moving - Estate sale at 6927 Number Four Road Lowville
January 1 through January 3 from 9:00 am – 4:00pm
Everything must go
Have 5 dressers, waterbed, futon, recliner, linens, tools and much more……


Latest News:

Post Office Hours

North Country Post Offices will be open today, Christmas Eve. However, most area Post Offices will close at noon today. Revised hours will be posted at each Post Office. Today’s Regular mail delivery remains unaffected. There are two Lewis County Post offices that will open later. They are:

COPENHAGEN closes at 1PM and HARRISVILLE will remain open until 4:45PM today. Post Offices will be closed Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. Only Priority Mail Express will be delivered on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. All Post Offices will be open with regular mail delivery and collections resuming on Dec. 26 and Jan. 2.

President of New York State Sheriff's Letter Endorses Police

Lewis County Sheriff Michael Carpinelli shared a statement to the local media that was issued by Chris Moss, The President of the New York Sheriff’s association regarding the murders of two New York City Police officers.

In the statement, which was forwarded to local media, Mr Moss said

The blood of Officers Ramos and Leu who were assassinated last Saturday afternoon should weigh heavily on the consciences of those who, through their demagoguery and irresponsible statements, have fueled the anti-police sentiment in our cities, states and country.” He went on to say The Sheriff’s of New York State call on Mayor DiBlasio , Attorney General Schneidermann, Governor Cuomo, and President Obama to carefully consider the words they use when discussing the serious criminal justice issues of our day and to be aware that what they say can have serious consequences. Words can kill. “ He then challenged to question community leaders what kind of communities they would have without police officers to serve them. The letter requested the media to be cautioned because their coverage can in turn incite violence. Finally, the daily good police officers do need to be reported as much as much as a rare misdeed. In this holiday season, New York State Sheriff’s ask residents to show gratitude for their police officers by taking the time to wish them a Merry Christmas and to thank them for all they do.