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Special Meeting Today In Lowville

There will be a special joint meeting of the Lewis County Board of Legislators and the Lowville Village Board of Trustees today at 3pm in the 2nd floor legislative chambers in the Lewis County Court House in Lowville.

Missing Teens Found

The four teenagers who were reported missing late last week were located on Saturday safe and sound. Sheriff’s deputies said the youths had been reported missing from their homes early Thursday morning, and were last seen in Onondaga County at about 10:30 a.m. Friday. Deputies said on Saturday that all four were located and returned home safe and sound.

Wait, No Strawberries?!

 Relax, chocolate covered cherries fill the o'l sweet tooth!

Sign Ups For Oneida County Corrections Exam

Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol is reminding anyone who is interested in a career with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office that the Civil Service exam for Correction Officer will be held on April 9th and the deadline to sign up for the exam is February 19th.

Clinton Or Trump?

With the Presidential Election this coming fall, politicians will be “politickin” away. The New Hampshire Primary is today with polls closing at 8pm tonight. Who would win the New York Primary if it was held today?

Old Man Winter Returning?

Cape Cod and New England just received a snow storm that spun up the east coast. What does that mean for the North Country?

Old Forge Single Game Basketball Score Broken!!

We’re lucky to have good sports programs here in Central and Northern New York. As we charge into the playoffs for winter basketball, one area player recently broke a single game record that stood for 20 years!

Sports Review 2/9/16

Sports Review

Varsity Basketball Playoff’s:
Frontier League Class C Division Final
Thousand Islands beat Beaver River 78-53.

Frontier League Class C Consolation
South Lewis girls beat Sandy Creek 58-23.

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