Hunters may have to abide by a new proposed piece of legislation starting this fall season.
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Source: Lewis County Sheriff’s Department
Town of West Turin, March 16th: A 20 year old Glenfield man was charged after a traffic stop on Thursday, March 16.
Source: Lewis County Emergency Management
Town of Denmark, March 16th: A Town of Denmark home sustained damage last evening (Thursday, March 16) after a reported fire. Firefighters from West Carthage were the primary responders as the alarm time was 6:31pm, March 16th.
Syracuse Orange Basketball:
The Cuse will take on the Ole Mississippi Rebels in NIT action. Tipoff is scheduled for tomorrow morning at 11:00am. Check your local listings.
The Knicks lost to the Nets 121-110.
The Cavaliers beat the Jazz 91-83.
The Sabres lost to the Kings 2-0.
The Bruins lost to the Oilers 7-4.
The House of Representatives will soon be voting on proposed healthcare legislation. This is also known as the plan to replace Obamacare, or better known as the Affordable Care Act.
Source: NYS Police Lee
Rome, March 15th: A 25 year old Rome woman was arrested by the New York State Police yesterday afternoon (March 15, at 2:28pm) regarding a possession of controlled substance incident.
Source: Lowville Village Police Department
Lowville, March 13th: A 41 year old Lowville resident was arrested by village patrols on March 13.
Source: Oneida County Sheriff’s Department
Town of Marcy, March 14th: A Marcy man was injured following a snowmobile accident in the Town of Marcy.
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