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For Friday, August 7

For the newest and most complete list of swap shop items, listen to The Swap Shop program on The MOOSE at 7:25 AM Monday through Saturday. Remember, lists only items that are submitted digitally. Click here to submit your swap shop. The items listed below have already been aired.


For Sale: GE top load washer, 3.8 cubic feet stainless tub. Brand new. $350. Call or text 315-796-2373.


For Sale: farmhouse dining table, beautiful hand made hard wood with natural wood surface and blue painted trim and legs, 3x5 feet with 2 drawers and 4 retro style metal chairs. Perfect condition. $225. Call or text 315-796-0907.

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Latest News:

Back to class: Governor gives green light for in-person learning to resume this fall

ALBANY, NY- Every region’s infection rate here in New York is below the threshold necessary for schools to open, meaning kids will be going back to class this fall, the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo reports.

Daily COVID-19 Report: Numbers from Friday, August 7, 2020

Lewis County recorded no new positives Friday and with another recovery, the public health office claims 3 cases are active.

Power lines scattered on Route 12 in Trenton after tractor trailer breaks pole

ONEIDA COUNTY- A portion of State Route 12 was shut down for a while late Friday morning in the town of Trenton after a tractor trailer damaged a utility pole.

Lewis County employee at local Developmental Disabilities Residential facility arrested on assault charges

LOWVILLE- A Lewis County employee from a local developmental disabilities residential facility is accused of pushing an elderly man, which resulted in reported injuries that sent him to a local hospital.

Lewis County man accused of DWI with child in vehicle, Troopers say

Town of Harrisburg- Police say a Thursday night traffic stop in the town of Harrisburg resulted in a DWI arrest for a Lowville man.