on Thursday, 16 May 2013.
We spoke with Kyle Zehr, who has more on summer job opportunities for area youth.Audio InterviewOnce again, for more information, call Lewis County One-Stop at 376-5800.
New York State Police in Lowville are investigating a fatal ATV accident. Troopers report that they were called out at around 2:58 p.m. yesterday afternoon for a reported unconscious, unresponsive male on Cobb Road in the Town of Harrisburg. The investigation reveals that, at an unknown time yesterday morning the operator, identified as 75 year old William Snyder of Copenhagen, was backing his ATV southwesterly on sloped private land when the machine tipped over & ejected the operator. Snyder was found by a family friend & was pronounced dead at the scene by Lewis County Coroner Leanne Moser, who ordered the body removed to Lewis County General Hospital.
A farm accident in Jefferson County injured a 33 year old Lowville man. Officials report that Ryan Nortz was working on the Robbins Farm on Field Road in the Town of Hounsfield yesterday morning when he got caught in a power take-off. Nortz was airlifted to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, where he was listed in fair condition & is expected to make a full recovery.
A domestic dispute led to charges for a 50 year old Rome man. New York State Police out of Remsen report that Lawrence Mazza was charged with Menacing 2nd Degree, Criminal Mischief 4th Degree, and Harassment2nd Degree stemming from a complaint of a domestic dispute in the Town of Floyd. Mazza was arraigned inthe Town of Floyd Court and was remanded to the Oneida County Jail on $3,000 cash bail or $6,000 bond.
A 22 year old Carthage man was in Jefferson County Court for sentencing on charges of sexually abusing a child. Corey Passage was sentenced to nine years in state prison & seven years of parole supervision following his release after pleading guilty to criminal sex act 1st degree. Passage was accused of having repeated sexual contact with a then-8-year-old girl in 2008 in Carthage.
A domestic dispute led to charges for a 28 year old Carthage man. State Police report that Aaron Cronk was charged with criminal mischief 4th degree and harassment 2nd degree after he allegedly grabbed a cell phone from a woman's hand, which caused it to break. Cronk will answer the charges in Town of Champion Court at a later date.
A 37 year old Lowville man was charged with criminal contempt 2nd degree. Lowville Police report thatShawn Garrison was charged with allegedly violating an order of protection issued by Lewis County Family Court Judge Daniel King. He was arraigned in Village of Lowville Court & was released to return at a later date.
Governor Cuomo announced $260,000 in funding for the third year of the Fresh Connect farmers' market program, which brings fresh food from New York farms to underserved communities throughout the state.This year, the Fresh Connect program will help increase locally-grown food products throughout the state through projects such as youth markets, delivery of products to low-income housing facilities and new initiatives at traditional farmers' markets. Funding was awarded by way of a competitive process. In total, 23 projects totaling $260,000 received funding under this request for proposals. Locally, the Lewis County General HospitalFarmers' Market received $10,000.
BRCS may add positions
3 sentenced on marijuana charges
Earthquake in Canada felt locally
Town Council working on commercial digester law
Route 26 to be repaved next week
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