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TOWN OF WILNA-December 9, 2018.  A Lowville man is facing D.W.I. charges as well as numerous traffic infractions following an investigation into an accident that occurred in the Town of Wilna on October 31.

TOWN OF HARRISBURG-December 9, 2018.  A 30 year old Lowville man was arrested for Aggravated D.W.I. Saturday night following a vehicle stop on the Vary Road in the Town of Harrisburg.

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Lowville, NY- Lewis County Hospice and the Friends of Lewis County Hospice will host their annual ‘Light Up A Life’ Memorial Tree Lighting Ceremony on Wednesday, December 19, 2018.

Sports Review

High School Varsity Basketball:
-Adirondack boys lost against Sherburne-Earlville 78-51.
-Beaver River girls lost a heart-breaker to Lyme; final score 43-41.
-Carthage boys lost against General Brown 70-61.
-Carthage girls edged General Brown 36-33.
-Copenhagen boys defeated Thousand Islands 43-32.
-*No scores posted for Copenhagen girls v. Thousand Islands.
-Lowville boys beat Watertown 68-28.
-*No scores posted for Lowville girls v. Watertown.
-Old Forge boys beat Keene Valley 53-45.
-Poland boys defeated Otselic Valley 53-44.
-South Lewis boys beat Belleville Henderson 55-49.
-South Lewis girls lost to Belleville Henderson 37-34.

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Lowville, NY- The 40-year-old Lyons Falls, NY man who was charged with over 28,000 criminal counts this year accepted a plea deal Friday in Lewis County Court and now faces 13 years in prison.

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The New York State Police is warning the general public of the “Grandparent Scam” after a few senior citizens in the Central New York area were gypped of a combined total of over $56,000.

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