A 42 year old Lee Center man was killed in an accident at a campground in the Northern Adirondacks. State police say Donald Morczek Sr. was driving a pickup truck late Wednesday morning at the St. Regis Falls Campgrounds in the Franklin County town of Waverly.
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SOURCE: Gouverneur Police
An 18 year old Harrisville man was arrested by Gouverneur police following a trespass investigation, Logan Thomas was Arrested Thursday morning at the Gouverneur Police Department for Petit Larceny and Criminal Trespass 3rd following a police investigation of a July 28, 2015 incident.
The New York Canal Corporation announced yesterday that it has reduced discharges from Hinckley Reservoir in order to preserve recreational opportunities and ecological advantages in the area.
Lewis County Public Health has been notified by the New York State Department of Health that a rabies bait drop will occur the county during the week of August 10.
After nearly 100 years as a camp for local boy scouts, Camp Russell in Woodgate is closing. And for scouts and counselors, the last campfire will be an emotional goodbye.
The Yankees smoked the White Sox 13-6.
The Mets edged the Nationals 2-1.
Source: Lewis County Sheriff's Dept.
Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies arrested a husband and wife last evening after an investigation into an incident that took place on May 17th. Deputies say 28 year old Shannon Ball and 26 year old Michael Ball, both of Castorland, entered a residence on the George Hill Road in the town of Watson on May 17th, and stole a firearm and a diamond ring from the owner of the residence. Mr. &Mrs. Ball were both arrested and charged with burglary in the 2nd degree, a class "C" felony and grand larceny in the 4th degree a class "E" felony. The pair was arrained in the Village of Lowville Court by Justice Yarina and remanded to the Lewis County Jail on $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.
The nasty campaign against incumbent Forestport town supervisor, Parker Snead, has taken another nasty turn. The two election signs which we replaced, after they had been stolen last week, have been stolen again along with 6 other signs.
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