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Swap Shop for Friday July 29

For sale:
2004 ski doo rev 500ss with 2 up seat $2400 OBO
2004 ski doo rev 600 ho SDI $2500 OBO
2003 renegade 14' enclosed trailer $2600 OBO
yamaha pw50 dirtbike with training wheels $750
286-2061

 

For sale: Onkyo DT 6.3 Stereo receiver. Work great just upgraded. Call Bob for details 886-3179 $125.

 

I have a electric organ for sale. Excellent condition! $50.00 call  955 9801

 

Wood Dining Room table and. 4 chairs. Chairs need to be reupholstered. Rough but a good set. $25. Antique Pump organ, needs bellows..,.FREE. Call or text 527-1984

 

YARD AND GARAGE SALES

Yard sale Friday, 7/29 and Saturday 7/30, 1 1/2 miles on River Road, Low vile. Girls and boys clothes, tricycle, scooter, 50cc 4 wheeler, etc

Garage sale Friday the 29th of July. Books, Precious Moments, household goods, oak shelves and spindles and more.

Latest News:

Lewis County Man Dies In MVA

A Lewis County man was killed yesterday morning after a one car MVA in the Town of Rodman.

Town Of Webb Police Blotter 7/30/16

Source: Town of Webb Police

A 30 year old Joshua Pacheco of Utica was arrested by the Town of Webb Police earlier this week regarding a traffic stop that was conducted on State Route 28.

Event To Be Held At West Leyden Park

Gov. Cuomo Speaks At Democratic National Convention

Our own State Senator Joe Griffo had the chance to attend the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last week. Now, our own State Governor Andrew Cuomo had the chance to speak at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Today's Events At The Boonville Oneida County Fair

Events

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