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All about "Project Lifesaver"

According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol, the Sheriff’s Office recently took delivery on a new, state of the art, hand held receiver used to locate missing or lost people who are participants in Project Lifesaver. The newly designed receiver cost One thousand and twenty five dollars and was purchased with donated funds from individuals who support Project LifeSaver.

 Project Lifesaver is for persons with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia & related disorders, and children with Down Syndrome or Autism Spectrum Disorder who may wander and become lost. The program is designed to provide security and comfort for the family while safeguarding the memory-impaired and those who are least able to help themselves. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office has nearly 40 participants in Project Lifesaver. 

Education and Community Awareness continues to be the cornerstone of Project Lifesaver’s Success. If you would like more information on Project Lifesaver, if you would like a presentation on it, or if you know of someone who would benefit from Project Lifesaver, please contact Deputy Lomanto of the Community Affairs Unit at 315-765-2220 or online at Oneida County Sheriff.us

Veolia Energy plant in works

Did you ever think that food waste, biological waste and animal waste could be turned into energy? The Johnson Newspaper Group is reporting that Lewis County Legislator, Craig Brennan, told the Industrial Development Agency that Veolia, an international company that deals with renewable energy and waste management, is interested in building a facility in the county. Waste from Kraft, Fort Drum, schools, and farms could not only produce energy, but also steam heat and a high-grade fertilizer. Brennan went on to say that Veolia has done some preliminary research and found that Lewis County has enough convertible aggregate to make at least a megawatt of energy to make the system sustainable.

Police Blotter 12 - 9

Lewis County Sheriff’s Office charged 19 year old Peter Smith last Friday with Falsely Reporting an Incident. While Smith was incarcerated in a Lewis County Jail, he reported he was having a medical condition and needed physicians. Examination revealed that no such medical condition existed. Smith is scheduled to appear in Lowville Village Court at a later date.

Fire at Carthage High School

Fire officials contained a blaze at Carthage High School yesterday. 
Volunteers from several departments were called to the school at 3:30 p.m. as after-school activities were underway.
West Carthage Fire Department Lieutenant William Lip czynski (LIP chin ski) said that all students were sent home as The district cancelled all after-school activities.
Volunteers from West Carthage, Carthage, Natural Bridge, Champion, Great Bend and Fort Drum responded to the scene.

Fire officials said a piece of equipment that protects other electrical systems from power surges malfunctioned, causing the fire.

Nor'Easter making headlines

Apparently, the weather channel believes Central New York is in the eye of the upcoming snowstorm. Jim Cantore is scheduled to be in Syracuse to cover the major nor'easter heading up the East Coast. Although areas south of The New York Thruway could get up to 2 feet of snow, the North County could get somewhere around a foot from today through Thursday.The Weather Channel has named the nor’easter, Damon. I plan to talk to meteorologists at The National Weather Service later on today. Dana will have more details about the snowfall, after the news.

Sports Report 12 - 9

On Monday Night Football, the Packers continue to show their dominance against the Falcons, 43 – 37.
Next in Hockey, Rangers beat the Pens in overtime 4 – 3.
Devils and Cans had all their scoring done in the second, by a score of 2 -1.
And the Blue held their own at home against Florida, 4 – 2.

In local Girls Varsity Basketball

The Beaver River Beavers beat Alex-Bay 41 – 31.

Tonight at 7:30 on The Moose, the Adirondack boys host West Canada.

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Police Blotter Dec 8

Matthew Ortlieb, age 32, of Lowville was charged yesterday with assault, criminal mischief, and criminal respassing. The charges stem from complaints police recieved that Ortlieb punched a man several times in the face and kicked him numerous times in his leg causing open wounds.,Refusing to leave his residence, and breaking a window and a chair. He was issued appearance tickets returnable to lowville court at a later date.

 

Michael A. Cornell, of Lowville, was charged by state police at 12:50 a.m. Sunday WITH D.W.I., speeding, unsafe lane change, leaving the scene of a property damage accident, AND failure to notify DMV of an address change. The 48 year old is summoned to appear in Lowville Town Court.

A Carthage man was arrested Saturday evening as a result of a domestic incident that took place late Friday night. When patrol units arrived, the Ricky Intorcia had already fled the residence. Deputies located the 51 year old the next day and charged him with criminal mischief, assault, and criminal obstruction. He received appearance tickets to be returnable at a later date.

Carthage Area Hospital Auxiliary Memory Angel Tree

This holiday season, a Memory Angel Tree is being sponsored by the Carthage Area Hospital Auxiliary. Loved ones can be remembered and their names inscribed on an angel ornament to be on a tree at the main lobby entrance. Memory Angels are two dollars each and can be purchased at the lobby switchboard desk or at the gift shop. The funds will be used by the auxiliary towards the purchase of hospital equipment. After the holidays, the angel ornaments can be returned to the buyer.

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