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Source: NYS Police Carthage

Harrisville- An 18 year old Natural Bridge man is facing several misdemeanor charges after police responded to a domestic dispute in the Village of Harrisville.

Halloween 2017

Next Tuesday, kids all over the county will dress up as their favorite super hero, sports athlete, or maybe something really scary.

Source: Lewis County Sheriff’s Office

Turin- A 16 year old Turin teenager is facing a petit larceny charge after police received reports of a stolen Apple Watch on October 12.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer Playoff’s:
-Tonight will be a Lewis County showdown for the Section III, Class C Semifinals as Beaver River is set to take on South Lewis to advance to the championship game. The contest will be held at RFA with a 7:30pm start time.

New York- October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Our State Senator, Joe Griffo, announced funding for several programs and training for several organizations associated with domestic violence and local law enforcement.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Soccer Playoff’s:
-Lowville girls stunned Clinton 1-0 and advance to the Section III, Class B championship game against Westhill. The matchup is scheduled at SUNY Cortland this Friday, October 27.

 

Lowville- News broke at the end of last week that Jim Monnat is no longer the Undersheriff for Lewis County. Yesterday afternoon, officials announced the position has been filled.

State Police K9

Press Release: The New York State Police announce the death of State Police K9 Will, who was killed on October 23, 2017,  in the performance of his duties.

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