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Brisben FD purchases O2 Fur Life Kit, artificial breathing equipment for pets

BRISBEN – “Many people consider their pets as a close and integral part of their family,” said Wayne Criddle, President and First Assistant Chief of the Brisben Fire Departmen... read more...


The Chenango River Theatre presents “The Outgoing Tide,” final show of its 2013 season

GREENE – The Chenango River Theatre’s final production of the season – “The Outgoing Tide” – is set to hit the stage Sept. 27 and run through Oct. 13. According to Bill Lelb... read more...


Incarceration isn’t a win for the “war on drugs”

There are drugs in Chenango County. That’s no mystery to anyone, and it’s nothing new. There were drugs here decades ago and drugs will never leave the area. It’s a supply and... read more...


Cast of “All Shook Up” earns awards

Norwich Theater Company’s recent production of “All Shook Up” earned three awards from the Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS). The musical was built around songs ... read more...


Lack of attendance at town council meeting dissuades public comment

OXFORD – Wednesday evening’s Town of Oxford board meeting brought approximately seven residents to town hall, a number those at the meeting found surprisingly small as compare... read more...


Seasonal Oxford residents to represent USA in international shuffleboard competition

SAINT PETERSBURG, FLA – Bob and Linda Marshman have spent the past decade or so wintering in sunny Florida, where they have honed their skills in the popular game of shu... read more...


Local author’s new novel addresses addiction, mental illness and incarceration

NEW BERLIN – Local author Ginnah Howard has written and released her latest work of literary fiction which deals with an upstate New York family’s struggle with addictio... read more...


Three vie for two spots on Republican ticket in Oxford primary

OXFORD – Registered Republican voters will have an opportunity to weigh in on who will earn two spots on the Republican ticket in November’s general election when they vote in... read more...


19th annual Colorscape Chenango draws thousands

Sara Milonovich and Daisycutter wowed the crowd at Colorscape Chenango once again on Sunday (the group has performed several times over the years), joining a number of other t... read more...


Earn what you’re worth, don’t ask the government

I don't cut hair. I offer a person who has that skill something in exchange for keeping my hair however I decide I'd like it cut. I don't know how to put new rotors on my car,... read more...


19th annual Colorscape kicks off

The 19th annual Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival kicks off at 10 a.m. Saturday in downtown Norwich and is expected to draw more than 10,000 people throughout the weekend. ... read more...


Bench trial in case of Greene man charged with sex crimes adjourned

NORWICH – Two days into a bench trial in the case of a Greene man charged with sexual crimes, Chenango County Court Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr. adjourned proceedings until Sept.... read more...


Weight Watchers at the Workplace starts up again

OXFORD – Another series of “Weight Watchers at the Workplace” is slated to jump start at 3:30 p.m. on Sept. 11 at the Oxford Academy Central School. According to Oxford Acade... read more...


LaBoca Farmhouse, organic eatery, set for Sept. 22 opening

NORWICH – The first original creators, owners, and operators of the Bohemian Moon in Norwich - Brenda Gibbon and Robert Haltner - are returning to the area with a new business... read more...


To Syria, with love

To the people of any country or territory occupied by the United States military whose lives have been affected because of the involvement of this nation I was born in, I woul... read more...



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