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Chobani’s Olympics commercial to feature Chenango residents

COLUMBUS – Chobani, an official sponsor of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team, announced yesterday that a commercial campaign to be shown nationwide during the summer games will be fi... read more...


Unadilla Valley crowns 2012 prom court

The Unadilla Valley Prom Court was crowned Saturday: Fourth runner up Kelsey King, third runner up Lauren Sohne, second runner up Morgan Weidman, first runner up Amanda Off, P... read more...


UV budget fails; all others pass

NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley Board of Education will meet tomorrow night to discuss options following the failure of the 2012-13 budget to pass by a 60 percent... read more...


Main Street bridge in Oxford on schedule

OXFORD – Five months into the reconstruction of the Main Street Bridge in Oxford, Economy Paving Co. has completed the center pedestal of the bridge, a major milestone in the ... read more...


Emerson honored with boy scouts’ distinguished citizen award

NORTH NORWICH – Thomas Emerson received the 27th annual Distinguished Citizen Award at the Canasawacta Country Club last night. The mood was light, and laughter filled ... read more...


Guilford Lake swimming area to remain open

GUILFORD – The Guilford Town Board announced last night that the public swimming area on Guilford Lake will remain open during the summer of 2012. The beach front area is par... read more...


Crouch announces local library construction grants

OXFORD – Assemblyman Clifford Crouch announced that three Chenango County libraries – Oxford, Greene and New Berlin – will receive construction grants in 2012. Each yea... read more...


Hansen Foundation interviews scholarship applicants

OXFORD – With graduation fast approaching, Oxford seniors continue to fill out applications in the hopes of securing scholarships for college. Last weekend, Oxford alum Chris... read more...


UV proposes $20M spending plan

NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley Central School held its annual budget review Monday night. The proposed 2012-13 budget is just over $20.1 million and calls for a 4 percent ... read more...


Oxford Academy looks at $16M school spending plan

OXFORD – The Oxford Academy and Central School District Board of Education presented the 2012-13 budget at a hearing Thursday. The budget vote will take place on May 15 ... read more...


Only shooting stars break the mold

I sat down Wednesday afternoon to write my weekly column and finished it in record time. I have to say it was pretty good, too. It contained an interesting anecdote, plenty o... read more...


Raymond Corporation wins engineering award

GREENE – The Raymond Corporation’s Model 9300 and 9400 Sideloaders have received Plant Engineering magazine’s Product of the Year bronze award. This is the second engineering... read more...


Support group extends helping hand to women facing challenges

NORWICH – May is Mental Health Month and the WHEELS support group is taking the opportunity to invite Chenango County women to learn more about how they can help. WHEELS, or ... read more...


First United Methodist to hold community clean-up day

NEW BERLIN – The First United Methodist Church in New Berlin will hold its first “In the Community” outreach day at 1 p.m. on Sunday. Anyone is welcome to join members... read more...


B-G scout collects flags in tri-town area

BAINBRIDGE – Jared Barnhart decided he wanted to center his Eagle Scout project, the final step in attaining scouting’s highest rank, around Flag Day. “My dad and I were thro... read more...



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