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Frontier CEO visits expanding Sherburne center

SHERBURNE – One day the White House, the next ... Sherburne, NY? Might seem like a bit of a stretch for some, but not for Frontier Communications CEO Maggie Wilderotter. “I l... read more...


Hanging out in the teacher’s lounge

When Melissa Stagnaro and I walked into the Oxford Retired Teachers Association luncheon on Tuesday, we were buck naked. Worse, they started to give us a test for which we had... read more...


Time for goodbye again

I’m hesitant to eulogize Tyler Murphy yet again as it’s been done in each successive column this week, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t mark the auspicious occasion in some way. ... read more...


Norwich budget passes; Morrone, McBride win board seats

NORWICH – Voters in the Norwich City School District have passed the 2011-12 spending plan by a vote of 670 to 366. In a five-way race for two school board seats, voters elec... read more...


Goin' to the Candidates' Debate

As tempted as I was to sing Simon & Garfunkel lyrics all the way, Wednesday’s Norwich PTSA event was not a debate in the traditional sense. “Meet the Candidates” was, however,... read more...


CMH to close school-based health centers

NORWICH – Faced with a projected annual loss of half a million dollars, Chenango Memorial Hospital made the decision late last week to close all four of its school-based healt... read more...


Much ado about rotten scoundrels

In this age of video games, reality TV and oh, Sarah Palin, it’s refreshing to see that a high school drama club still has the gumption to stage Shakespeare. I’m not in the ... read more...


A night at the Opera ...

When I walked out of “Les Miserables” last year, I thought to myself, “That’s it. They’ve reached the pinnacle. It’s got to be downhill from here.” Wrong again, Jeff. I shoul... read more...


Norwich stages 'Phantom' this weekend

NORWICH – When Mark Sands saw “The Phantom of the Opera” at the Pantages Theater in Toronto a decade ago, he made a mental note to himself: “Someday, I’m going to do this.” T... read more...


Oklahoma! The classics never go out of style

Earlier this week, when I reported during our morning meeting here in the ES newsroom that I’d be attending a dress rehearsal of Sherburne-Earlville’s “Oklahoma!,” I did so wi... read more...


McDonough writer goes Hollywood with “Spiders 3D”

GREENE – Smalltown McDonough couldn’t contain the likes of Dustin Warburton for long – after a string of horror-themed literary successes, he’s set his sights on Hollywood. W... read more...


Goodbye, my friend

I remember the very first thing I ever said to him, staring into those pleading brown puppy-dog eyes: “You’re a beagle.” He knew that, probably, but aside from stating the ob... read more...


Have I touched the future?

I have not only seen the future, I think I’ve touched it. On Wednesday, media mogul Rupert Murdoch (the guy behind the New York Post, Wall Street Journal and, err, Fox News) ... read more...


Cleanliness is next to Progressliness

With Progress Chenango 2011, inarguably our most expansive project of the year, squarely behind us with the final installments in today’s edition, it’s time to turn our attent... read more...


I have an announcement to make ...

I wanted to take this opportunity today to make sure you know that The Evening Sun still takes part in the ancient newspaper custom of social announcements – you know, births,... read more...



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