on Monday, 24 June 2013.
We spoke with Congressman Richard Hanna, who discusses the Farm Bill, which was recently defeated.
Tomorrow, Mr. Hanna has more on the failure to pass the Farm Bill.
Texting was reported to be the cause of accident which caused minor injuries and DWI charges for a New Bremen woman, Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that 21 year old Rachael M. Stelmach became distracted while texting whendriving her car on the Number Three Road Friday evening. Her 2011 Hyundai struck a guardrail then came to rest in a ditch after exiting the roadway. She was transported to Lewis County General Hospital by Lewis County Search and rescue and treated for minor injuries. While deputies were interviewing Stelmach, they detected a strong odor of alcohol and a blood sample was taken to determine her blood alcohol content. She was then issued appearance tickets for Driving while intoxicated, failure to keep right, and operating a vehicle while using a portable electronic devise. All three tickets are returnable to the Town of Denmark Court at a later date.
A 20 year old Natural Bridge man was arrested twice in two days. Logan M. Moore Natural Bridge was arrested Thursday in Syracuse with another Natural Bridge Resident, Jeremiah Markwick for being in a vehicle reported stolen from the Village of Carthage. Markwick was remanded to the Lewis County jail on a felony probation warrant from Lewis County probation. Moore was arraigned in Carthage and charged with possession of stolen property and remanded to the Metro Jeff Public Safety Building without bail. While in the Metro Jeff jail, Mr Moore .was charged by Watertown police on Friday morning with fourth-degree criminal mischief in a June 8th incident in which He is accused of punching the front door of an apartment on Mill St., in Watertown, causing a window to break. He was also charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and second-degree obstruction of government administration. Police allege he possessed cocaine while a passenger in a vehicle during a traffic stop in the 200 block of Mill Street and then ran from the scene jumping off a cliff along the banks of the Black River.
Sen. Charles Schumer said today he plans to introduce legislation for a new federal tax deduction that will help feed the hungry, boost the economy and tackle the growing deer population at the same time. Schumer said his bipartisan bill would offer a tax deduction to hunters who donate their game, such as deer or wild turkey, to anti-hunger programs. The deduction would be for the cost of processing the venison or other game. Venison processors also would benefit from the legislation, which would make all processing income they receive from charities tax-exempt . Schumer said his bill also would help the Upstate economy, noting that New York already ranks fourth among all states for the economic impact of its hunting industry. He wants to introduce his bill before this fall.
on Friday, 14 June 2013.
A Thursday afternoon rollover accident in the Town of Diana resulted in charges for a 73 year old Buffalo man. Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies report that Alan Carmichael was traveling northeast on State Route 3 when he lost control, entered the opposite lane, exited the roadway, & the vehicle rolled onto its side. Carmichael reportedly failed field sobriety tests at the scene & was taken to Lewis County General Hospital, where he was treated for minor lacerations & submitted to a blood test to determine blood/alcohol content. He was charged with felony DWI & failure to keep right. Deputies report that the DWI charge is a felony due to a previous DWI conviction within the last 10 years. Carmichael was arraigned in Town of Diana Court & was released on his own recognizance.
on Thursday, 04 April 2013.
Lewis County will develop procedures on how to handle former employees. The action comes after former trailcoordinator Robert Diehl was given access to his former office & computer. Diehl was fired in February for alleged misconduct, had requested access to the office to retrieve personal items. Legislator Paul Stanford had raised concerns that granting Diehl access could affect the criminal proceedings against him as he faces charges of grand larceny third-degree, offering a false instrument for filing first-degree and official misconduct. Board Chairman Tabolt requested the Human Resources Committee develop specific procedures concerning fired employees in the future.
on Friday, 29 March 2013.
Following the Boonville Fire early yesterday morning, 29 people, 7 families were left homeless and without the necessities. Let's see what the NORTH COUNTRY is made of, and help in anyway we can. We love that we live in a big hearted community where everyone comes together to help when tragedy happens. Let's do it again!!Here is a list of sizes of clothing needed that can be dropped off at Boonville United Methodist Church, Boonville Studio, or Lowville Studio. These items below will be distributed through Red Cross.4 boys-sizes-10-12 shirts, 14-16 shirts, pants 10, 14, 8, boy toddler size 3-4, 1 toddler girl size 2t. Adults female pants size xlrg, 1xshirts, size 10 shoes, size 81/2 wide,size 10, underwear, socks. Mens-30x30, size 54 pants, shirts med, 4x, socks, shoes 13 size, underwear 3-4x. I have two families that requested things directly, you need to call Lindsey if you can pledge these specific items, 376-7500 so that she can give you contact information.....These items will go directly to the families and not through Red Cross to distribute...Furniture (anything) pots, pans, kitchen items, blankets, dishes, lamps, household items, etc., food pantry items, toiletries, hygiene items.Women's 2X-3X shirt, pants, coats....doggie supplies, toiletries, hygiene items. Again, please call Lindsey at 376-7500 and let her know if you can supply anything, monetary donations also accepted and will go directly to the two families that I have direct contact with. 100% of it!!! Thanks everyone!!! Let's do something BIG!!!
on Thursday, 28 March 2013.
Following the fire in Boonville early Thursday morning that left 29 people homeless and without the necessities they need, the Moose WBRV 101.3 WLLG 99.3 would like to find out names of victims of the fire and things they may need like clothes, food, hygiene items etc. We believe as a community that when tragedy happens, we need to rally together and do what we can. If you know someone who was affected by this morning's fire or you are a victim of the fire, please contact us at 376-7500 extension 222 or email us at Note: Personal information will not be shared or broadcast over the air, just used as a point of contact to get the families affected what they need as soon as possible.Chris Flack and Lindsey Dial will be broadcasting LIVE tomorrow morning at 9 AM to collect items for the families. Drop off points will be WLLG Lowville Studio from 9 am to 3 pm and Boonville Chamber of Commerce from 9 am to 2 pm….. We hope to have a pretty substantial list of names, contact numbers, and items that are needed. Please remember to include a list of items needed and a contact number. thank you.
Updates list of road closures and re-openings
Griffo comments on state budget
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Governor declares state of emergency for flooding
Oakfield man charged with DWI
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