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Lowville Police Arrest Watertown Man

On January 26th, the Lowville Village Police arrested a 22 year old Watertown man. Reports indicate that Randy Harten Jr. was charged with three counts of burglary in the third degree, a class D felony.

Teenagers Name Released

We reported yesterday an arrest of a Lyons Falls teenager that was arrested for the criminal sale of marijuana in the 2nd degree. New information has been received according to a recent report in the name of the teenager was released.

Sports Review 1/29/16

Sports Review

Syracuse Orange Basketball:
The Cuse overwhelm Notre Dame with a 81-66 win! The next game is tomorrow at the dome against Georgia Tech.

New Bremen Garage Damaged in Fire

A garage in the Town of New Bremen was damaged in a fire this afternoon. The garage, on Route 812, sustained heavy fire and structural damage despite a quick response by the Croghan and New Bremen Volunteer fire fighters.

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