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Sports Review 7/31/15

Sports Review:


The Yankees lost a close one with the Rangers 7-6.
The Mets lost 8-7 against the Padres.

Deerfield Crash

A crash involving a tractor-trailer took place yesterday morning on route 8 in Deerfield.  Oneida County Sheriff deputies report 68 year old Vivian Sparks of Richfield Springs, was traveling westbound in a 2005 Chevy on Route 8 in the driving lane.

South Lewis Increases Substitute Teacher Pay

The South Lewis Central School District has increased its substitute teacher pay rates beginning in the upcoming school year. The rates will vary depending on degree, experience and number of days worked.

Police Blotter 7/30/15

In our police blotter:


A 26-year-old man is accused of kicking another man in the face during a brawl outside a FasTrac convenience store in Old Forge.

River Fest!

The 26th annual Lewis County RiverFest is scheduled for this Saturday, Aug. 1.  Registration will be held from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. with an assisted canoe/kayak launch.

Sports Review 7/30/15

Sports Review:


The Yankees lost to the Rangers 5-2.
The Mets lost to the Padres 7-3.
The Red Sox lost 9-2 against the White Sox.

Neenah Paper to Purchase Fiber Mark Plants

Georgia-based Neenah (NEE nah)  Paper has announced it plans to purchase the FiberMark plants in Lowville and Brownville as part of a $120 million dollar takeover of the specialty materials company.

Chip Fab Plant In Our Area?

We have been hearing about it for years… the area has been counting on it for years… The Big question is….will a chip fab plant locate in the Utica Area creating thousands of jobs??

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