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on Tuesday, 20 November 2012.
A 17 year old Glenfield man is facing a charge of criminal contempt 2nd degree. Lowville Police report thatKenneth Juby was charged after he allegedly entered the Lowville McDonald's on Thursday, where the protected person in an order of protection is employed & Juby reportedly remained there to eat his dinner. He was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Village of Lowville Court at a later date.
on Friday, 16 November 2012.
We spoke with Beaver River Central School Superintendent Lueen Smithling, who has more on the recent high ranking the district had in a statewide publication.Audio Interview
We will have more on the rankings tomorrow.
on Wednesday, 10 October 2012.
We wrap up with Boonville Mayor Michael Kramer, who discusses the latest on a proposed bypass road.
We will have more with Mayor Kramer next month.
DavidGerdon 35 of Shady Ave in Croghan was charged by state Police at 6:38pm Sundayon Route 12 in the Town of Denmark, with driving while ability impaired bydrugs, seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and havingprescription drugs not in their original labeled containers. Troopers state that the vehicle was checkedafter being observed parking along the shoulder of the highway.
HouseMajority Leader Eric Cantor was in Watertown, supporting the republican nomineefor the North Country Congressional seat Matt Doheny. While Doheny supports the passage of the FarmBill that has yet to make it to the floor of the house, which is in-line withDoheny's opponent Owens, it differs from that of Majority Leader Cantor. Cantor believes that there needs to bechanges to the Non-Farming aspects of the bill, like the Food Stamp and SNAPprovisions in the bill. Cantor went onto state that 85% of the bill is not necessarily what a lot of farmers anddairymen are looking for and that's why they are looking to get reforms inplace so that they can have a bill that addresses the needs of people in thefarm industry. Doheny acknowledged thatthe bill will have to change before it can be brought to a vote and also statedthat both parties are going to have to work together to get this done.
The Lewis County Sheriff'sDepartment is reporting the arrest of a 25 year old Port Leyden women after aninvestigation into a domestic incident.Melissa Dailey was arrested for harassment in the second degree, aviolation, after a report that she allegedly slapped Zachary Wimer across theface during an altercation in September.Dailey is summoned to appear in Port Leyden court at a later date.
The Lowville PoliceDepartment reports that yesterday at about 10:42 PM the village PoliceDepartment arrested 46 year old Caroline J Farr charging her with disorderlyconduct. Patrols were called to the residencefor a domestic dispute between her and another subject. The two were arguing loudly outside theresidence in the presence of Police.After being told to keep their voices down several times, Farr allegedlyrefused to quiet down which lead to her arrest.Farr was issued an appearance ticket returnable to Lowville VillageCourt at a later date.
Healthcare forum to cover several topics
Toys being collected for Christmas sharing
Governor activates Emergency Operations Center for storm
Taberg man charged in fatal accident
Lowville woman charged with petit larceny
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