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MID Air USA Owes Money

Things don’t seem to be getting better for the  financially troubled Midair USA, an aircraft maintenance and overhaul operation at Griffiss International Airport.

RT 26 Accident

On September 3rd, Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a call of an accident on State Route 26 in the town of West Turin.

Police Blotter 9/4/15

In Our Police Blotter for today

(SOURCE: Lowville Village Police)

A 26 year old Lowville man was arrested yesterday by Lowville Village police for allegedly violating a temporary “Stay Away order of Protection” that was issued on August 31.

Common Core

 Beaver River's new Superintendent gives us a few thoughts on Common Core.

Schools In Session, Remember Saftey First!

As the kids head back to school, Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol reminds parents, commuters, kids and teens to make safety a priority and provides the following safety tips to review and share.

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