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  • BOE tackles post-strike calendar

    The Lewis County Board of Education approved the restructured school calendar for the remainder of the year. March 14 and 16, have been converted to full instructional days. March 26-30 will be Spring Break for students. Staff will work March 26-March 29.

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Frontier workers picket for job security

Frontier workers in Weston continue to picket outside their Main Avenue workplace, asking only that the union provide job security. Their demonstrations began on March 4. “We’re not asking for more money or benefits,” said Erick Decker as he picketed last Wednesday. “It’s all about job security. They’re wanting to eliminate jobs.”

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Jane Lew Elementary School celebrates Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss was celebrated every day last week at Jane Lew Elementary School. Students wore pajamas for “The Sleep Book”, wore mustaches for “The Lorax”, wore mismatched clothes and crazy hair for “Wacky Wednesday”, wore a college or high school shirt for “Oh the Places You’ll Go”, and wore a hat and/or stripes for “The Cat in the Hat.”

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Stonewall Jackson Home Care awarded Gold Seal

Stonewall Jackson Home Care announced it has earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Home Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective care.

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Deerfield Country Club named Business of the Month

The Lewis County Chamber of Commerce has selected Deerfield Country Club as the March 2018 Business of the Month. Deerfield Country Club is a semi private course which is open to the public with no tee times.

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Four punished for alternative sentence violations

Four Lewis Countians on alternative sentences were sanctioned with jail time or additional requirements for violating the terms and conditions of sentencing set in Magistrate Court.

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