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Cider Farms Increase In New York State

Autumn in the North Country is the time of year that provides a sweet & sour treat that can be enjoyed over ice or warmed up with a dash of cinnamon. Now is the time when you’ll find jugs and containers of fresh and crisp apple cider in our local stores.

New York Tourism Campaign

We’re fortunate to live in a state that has such a variety of recreation opportunity. Gov. Cuomo made an announcement this past Tuesday that New York has a tourism campaign plan of $55 million dollars.

Sports Review 10/21/16

Sports Review

High School Varsity Football Section III Playoff’s:
Lowville will be hosting Holland Patent tonight with kickoff scheduled at 7:00pm. You can catch the game live right here on the Moose!

Boonville Resident Arrested

Source: Lowville Village Police 

On October 20th, the Lowville Village Police Department arrested a Boonville resident regarding an alleged incident that occurred on October 11th.

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