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New Music Monday Spotlight Artist Jason Allen

Jason Allen

Tony Levesque presents this weeks New Music Monday Spotlight Artist Jason Allen. Take a listen to a candid conversation with a rising star in the Country Music scene. The interview airs this afternoon (02/13/17) at 3:35pm on Tony's afternoon show or you can listen to the whole extended interview with one click right below! Be sure to listen for Jason Allen's new song right here on The Moose or download "Here's to you" on his website.  www.reverbnation.com/jasonallencountry 


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Three Jailed on Meth Manufacturing Charges

LOWVILLE,, NY- February 19, 2017. Three Lowville residents were jailed Saturday for on methamphetamine manufacturing charges following a traffic stop on Shady Avenue in the village.

Two Dead in Snowmobile Accident

TOWN OF WEST TURIN-February 19, 2017. Two people are dead following a double fatal snowmobile accident that occurred at about 10:30 Sunday morning on the Glenfield and Western railroad bed in the Town of West Turin-Trail C4F.

Friday's Lewis County Court Arraignments

LOWVILLE, NY.-February 17, 2017. The Following were arraigned in Lewis County Court on Friday as reported by the Watertown Daily Times.

Julie A. Greene, 33, of Lowville, was arraigned on charges of second-degree criminal contempt and second-degree harassment and pleaded guilty to the charges. Sentencing was set for March 31. He was accused of grabbing the arm of David Larkins, violating an order of protection on Dec. 4 in the town of Watson.

39 year old Jeffrey F. Jantzi of Lowville, was arraigned on charges of driving while ability impaired by drugs and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and pleaded guilty to the charges. Sentencing was set for April 7. He was stopped in September on Brantingham Road in the town of Greig.

Drew A. Makuch, 18, of Lowville, was arraigned on a charge of third-degree burglary and pleaded guilty. He was then placed on one-year interim conditions of probation. He was accused of unlawfully entering a building owned by Michael Birchenough in the town of Greig on Feb. 1, 2016.

Friday's Lewis County Court Pleas

LOWVILLE, NY.-February 17, 2017. The Following people entered pleas in Lewis County Court on Friday as reported by the Watertown Daily Times.

34 year old Jessie J. Bourgeois of Port Leyden pleaded guilty to amended charges of third-degree attempted criminal mischief and second-degree attempted menacing. Sentencing was set for March 3. Mr. Bourgeois had been accused of, on Nov. 9 in the town of Lyonsdale, threatening Donna Bourgeois with an ax and damaging cupboard doors, window panes and a refrigerator door belonging to her.

32 year old Joshua S. Alexander of Copenhagen, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, also satisfying several other charges. Sentencing was set for March 31. Mr. Alexander was accused of selling methadone and alprazolam on separate occasions over the summer in the village of Lowville.

Lewis County Court Sentence

LOWVILLE, NY.-February 17, 2017. Here are the results of Friday’s session of Lewis County Court as reported in the Watertown Daily Times:

23 year old Joshua D. Ortlieb of Beaver Falls, was sentenced to six months in county jail, 10 years’ probation and $1,425 in court fees on a charge of third-degree rape, to which he pleaded guilty Jan. 20. Judge King also issued an eight-year order of protection, and Mr. Ortlieb was certified as a Level 2 sex offender. He was accused of in May having sexual relations with a girl under age 17 in Lowville.


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