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SNAP Food

Attention: if you’re a Lewis County resident and receive SNAP benefits, Department of Social Service officials say you may receive your February benefits through Thursday, January 17, due to the ongoing and partial shutdown of the U.S. Government.

Cat Dog Vaccines

Lowville, NY- The next free rabies clinic has been revealed by Lewis County Public Health.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Beaver River girls lost against South Jefferson 69-19.
-Copenhagen boys fell short against LaFargeville 62-57.
-Holland Patent boys defeated Oriskany 65-55.
-*No score posted for Lowville boys v. Sandy Creek.
-Lowville girls beat Sandy Creek 63-23.
-Poland boys lost to Dolgeville 79-54.
-Remsen boys beat Morrisville-Eaton 55-37.
-South Lewis girls lost to General Brown 73-24.

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Lowville, NY- Village officials are reminding all residents to keep their sidewalks clear of any snow and ice accumulation.

NYS Police 2

Town of Trenton- A 19-year-old Whitesboro, NY man was pulled over for speeding and charged with possessing marijuana Monday afternoon in in the town of Trenton.

NYS Police 2

Town of West Turin- A 38-year-old Lyons Falls, NY man is accused of violating an order of protection in the town of West Turin.

Snowfest II 2019

Boonville, NY- This year's Boonville Snow Festival II is only weeks away and after two back-to-back years of cancelled racing, due to the weather not cooperating, officials say it's do or die for the future of this traditional North Country weekend.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Adirondack girls lost against Cooperstown 62-53.
-Beaver River boys lost to South Jefferson 60-46.
-Carthage boys fell to Ogdensburg Free Academy 56-48.
-Holland Patent girls lost to Little Falls 43-34.
-Poland girls fell against Frankfort-Schuyler 51-40.
-South Lewis boys beat Alexandria Bay 50-41.

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