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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

For Sale : Girls 24" 21 speed Tiara Pro Bike-very good condition $30.00:also HP Printer $35.00 533-5809

Free to an appropriate home: approximately 3 ½ year old (DOB 3/6/11) purebred male bloodhound. Has papers showing bloodline. This is a very large dog (~150-175 pounds) which has food aggression issues so cannot be given to a home with small or young children. Would be a good dog for an active younger person or couple with a large, well-fenced yard. Not neutered, so potentially could be used for breeding. Call cell phone 585-747-9189 between 8am and 7pm and leave a message.

Monday, October 20, 2014

2001 Polaris Edge 600 CC. Turn key sled, with cover, new battery, electric start, reverse, new track and jack shaft bearings, red with yellow graphics, never wrecked, asking $1800.00. Phone 397-2771.

I have for sale, a 1996 KTM-125 in great condition, new plastics and full FMF exhaust. Call or text Anthony at 486-0977.

Would like to start an old time gospel music quartet. Interested singers/musicians please text or call 723-0728.

Latest News:

2 charged with child endangerment

2 men are facing charges for allegedly tattooing an underage individual. Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that 29 year old Jason Shilling of West Leyden & 25 year old Jack Underwood of Vansant, Virginia were both charged with endangering the welfare of a child & unlawfully dealing with a child 2nd degree stemming from a complaint from a parent, who stated that their 16 year old son had been tattooed without their permission. Both subjects were issued appearance tickets returnable to Town of Lewis Court at a later date. Deputies were assisted by the New York State Police.

Local school districts ranked on socio-economic climate

We continue our report today on the academic performance of local school districts done by the Buffalo Business First Journal based on a survey based on four years of Data from the New York State Education Department. Today we look at academic ratings when the socio-economic climate of the district is considered. The best scores are given to districts that do better academically than their socioeconomic climates would suggest. 4 of our local districts definitely over performed in this category. In fact these four schools scored in the top 50 districts based on academic performance when the socio-economic climate of the area is concerned: The Carthage Central district was rated 21st place out of 432 districts followed by Lowville academy in 23rd place; Beaver River at 26th place; and Copenhagen at 34th place. Holland Patent ranked in 119th place and South Lewis in 170th. The Following Districts underperformed in this category: The Town of Webb ranked 343; Adirondack Central Ranked 362; and Remsen Central at 374. Once again, this is out of 432 upstate districts. Once again, Projects Editor Scott Thomas discusses how the list was compiled.

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We will have more of the survey results tomorrow.