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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

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

2003 Polaris Edge X 800 Snowmobile For Sale. Well maintained, registered and used last season. M-10 suspension. Runs and rides great. $1,650 OBO. 796-1285. Lyons Falls .

I am looking for a 2001 Lewis County ornament. I have one for the year that my other children were born, but am missing a 2001. If you have one, I would be willing to purchase it from you! Please call Donna at 376-7588. Thank you!

Free to a good home a young female long-haired calico cat. She was dropped off at my neighbors and was starving so I brought her home to rehabilitate her. I cant keep her but she is a really nice cat. She isn't fond of dogs but tolerates them and would probably do best in a home with older children. If you are interested call 804-0654

Fisher plow for sale, 400.00 obo call 348-4453, if no answer leave a message.

1967 Chevy impala SS. Frame, doors, all windows, trunk lid, hood and lots of associated parts.
1968. Chevy C-10 pick up. Ready for restoration. No box. Has 6 cyl motor. And tranny. Frame solid
Text or call Scott at 489-1528

FOR SALE- Black&Decker 2 speed jig saw- $15-- SkilShop 7 1/4" circular saw- $35--- SkilSaw 7 1/4" circular saw $ 35.   Call 723-0728 or text.

Swap shop. - For Sale. Kerosene Heater, Excellent working, self igniter. Like new condition. Phone 348-8636 or leave message

Latest News:

The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society receives state funding

The Adirondack Railway Preservation Society, the nonprofit operator of the Adirondack Scenic Railroad, will receive seven hundred and ninety one thousand dollars in state funding. Governor Cuomo’s office made it official yesterday saying that the money will come from the Governor’s Aviation Capital Grants Program. Since the Adirondack Scenic Railroad lost its lease agreement at the repair facility on the Griffiths Business and Development Park, it has been maintaining their fleet of 21 passenger cars and 8 locomotives outside in the rail yard at Utica, as well as in a small one-stall shop in Thendara . The facility will allow the Railroad to better maintain equipment in order to support the growing tourism attraction. This will also begin a contract work program, repairing rail equipment for other operators, thus providing a secondary revenue source which is not tourism dependent, while creating local jobs.

Year old DWI case reaches verdict

After 4 hours of deliberation at Lewis County Court, a year old DWI case has come to an end with 37 year old Shane Hayes, being found not guilty. As reported by the Johnson Newspaper Group, Hayes was acquitted because eyewitnesses said he went into the car to gather his keys after another man stalled the car in a ditch while trying to get Hayes home. Questions were raised as to whether Hayes was actually driving, or only drove a few feet to get his car out the ditch.