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Friday, December 19, Last minute Christmas gifts! One man's Patagonia vest size medium.$100. Two ladies size small ski or snowboard helmets. Smith is the brand. White "allure"is $80. Green color "valence" is $100. Call 525-3479 For Sale: 1986 Ford L8000

Last minute Christmas gifts! One man's Patagonia vest size medium.$100.
Two ladies size small ski or snowboard helmets. Smith is the brand. White "allure"is $80. Green color "valence" is $100. Call 525-3479

For Sale: 1986 Ford L8000 3208 Cat 12 Foot Box in good shape. All tires are new. New clutch and new 3030 packs on rear. Asking $5,500. 
20 foot 9 ton trailer tandem bogie wheels has electric brakes and new deck and paint asking $2,000. Please call or text 525-8960 ask for Josh

For Sale: Beautiful King size Victorian Tapestry bed spread, Burgundy, Gold and Cream colors all in a beautiful design. Bought from Seventh Avenue for $235.00. Selling for $150.
Bedspread is brand new..it is too big and heavy for my bed.. would cost $30.00 to send back because it's weight... anyone interested call 348-6201.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

For Sale-13" Emerson TV with controller-cable & game ready $20.00; David Carter Brown apple plate collection with 4 plates and wall rack (new) $20.00; women's sz. 8 winter boots by Sorel with removable inserts $20.00; Girl's 24" '21 speed bike $20.00 ( all items in nice shape) phone 533-5809

Office chair; light weight; gray color; good for a child. $5. 376-3734

Latest News:

Police Blotter 12/20

Jeremy Kampneym, age 22 of Croghan, was arrested by Lowville Police yesterday with aggravated harassment and criminal contempt. Kampney is accused of violating an order of protection. He repeatedly called and texted a protected person. Kampney was taken into custody without incident and was arraigned in the Village of Lowville court. He was remanded to the Lewis County Jail on a One Thousand Dollar cash bail.

Lowville Cream Cheese Festival to Remain Downtown

Despite urges from the Lowville Fire Department, the annual Lowville Cream Cheese Festival will remain downtown. The Lowville Fire Department made the request because it was hard for emergency vehicles to get out of the department due to the abundance of people and cars lined on the streets. The Johnson Newspaper Group reported that Mayor Donna Smith said that most of the committee agreed that part of the festival’s attraction is the ambience of downtown. The committee added that they will work with village police to address these safety concerns for the late September festival.