on Friday, 28 June 2013.
Three Lowville Teens were charged yesterday in the damage of two picnic tables located on the bandstand at Veteran’s Memorial Park in the Village of Lowville during the evening hours of June 18th. Lowville Village Police arrested 18 year old Kyle W. Smith and charged him with two counts of criminal mischief in the fourth degree. They also charged a 15 year old juvenile with criminal mischief in the fourth degree. It is alleged that the 15 year old contributed to the damage of one of the picnic tables.
17 year old Ricky A. Smith was also charged with making a false written statement. It is alleged that Ricky Smith signed a deposition in regards to the damaged picnic tables which was not true. Both Smiths were issued appearance tickets returnable to Lowville Village Court at a later date. The juvenile was issued an appearance ticket returnable to the Lewis County Probation Department.
The search for a Rome man missing from Lake Delta has turned from rescue to recovery mode according to the Oneida Country Sheriff’s deputies. Lt. James McCarthy told reporters yesterday that the grim truth is that 62-year-old Arthur Carney will most likely not be found alive. A helicopter searched the entire surface of the lake yesterday with negative results.
Mr. Carney was last seen by his family at about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when he went out on Lake Delta on his 20-foot pontoon boat. Authorities believe he was spotted a few times on the lake. The last possible sighting was at about 4:30 p.m. in the middle of several storms and downpours Tuesday afternoon. Authorities said Carney’s boat washed ashore shortly before 8 p.m., prompting the search.
Divers are on standby to resume the search today. The department will be using four sonar devices to search the bottom of the lake, one of which was loaned by the Oswego Sheriff’s Office, and two of which came from private owners.
Residents living along the shore of Lake Delta have also been asked to be on the lookout for any evidence that may wash ashore.
A child attending Camp YMCA in Big Moose was airlifted to a Syracuse Hospital following an accident with a horse.
Town of Webb Police say that several children were hurt, but that one girl's injuries were severe enough that she had to be flown to a Syracuse hospital. The girl's name, age and where she is from is not being released by authorities.
Police say a group of 11 horses were taking the children on a tour just before 10 a.m. yesterday when one of the horses got spooked and caused a chain reaction with the rest.
Spontaneous Combustion is said to be the cause of three fires which started in three tractors within a period of 8 hours last weekend at the Demko farm in the Town of Martinsburg. Lewis County fire coordinator Jim Martin said he is 99 percent sure that it appears chaff and dust on the engines caused the fires.
The large dual-wheeled tractors were being used to pack down piles of hay and silage and push them into storage containers. Mr Martin went on to say that he sees no reason to suspect foul play in the fires that were called in at roughly midnight, 3, and 8 AM on Sunday.
Ground has been broken this week on the multi-million dollar Nano-Technology Complex at the SUNY Institute of Technology in Marcy. The much anticipated Computer Chip Commercialization Center will cost $125 million dollars and is expected to be completed by the end of next year. It will be called the QUAD-C. The SUNY Institute of Technology is partnering up with The Albany Collage of Nano-scale Science and Technology in the venture. The annual budget is expected to be over 500 Million Dollars. Allen Kaloyeros, CEO of the Albany school said that local residents will see new opportunities to build high tech careers right in their own back yard. QUAD-C is funded through a public-private partnership and is linked to the Albany College. The chips that will be researched and designed at SUNY- IT will be used in everything from phones to medical devices.
We continue with Congressman Richard Hanna, who discusses the recent announcement that there will be no round of base closures scheduled in Washington.
Tomorrow, Mr. Hanna discusses issues to be debated in Washington.
We continue with Dr. Manoj Vora, who discusses the differences between his successful trip to Everest & his 2010 attempt.
Tomorrow, Dr. Vora discusses the process to climb Mount Everest.
The North Country continued to have some of the highest unemployment rates in New York in May, according to the state Labor Department. For the second month in a row, Lewis County had the state's second highest jobless rate - 9.3 percent. St. Lawrence County had the fourth highest rate at 9.2 percent, while Jefferson County rounded out the top five with 9 percent.
There is some good news in the unemployment numbers. Oneida County’s Unemployment rate is at 7.7%, a three tenths of a percent lower than last year while the rate in Herkimer County Stood at 7.5%. The jobless numbers did drop across the North Country between April and May.
Lewis County saw its rate decrease by more than 1 percent and Jefferson County's unemployment rate dropped by .6 percent.
Griffo comments on state budget
Lowville mayor discusses how residents can contact her
Governor declares state of emergency for flooding
Oakfield man charged with DWI
Mannsville man charged with DWI
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