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Gunshots fired at Norwich apartment complex

NORWICH – Gunshots rang out early Sunday morning in the City of Norwich. At least two rounds of an unidentified firearm were fired into the Plank Road Manor Apartments on Plym... read more...


Public health nurses closer to contract

NORWICH – Chenango County’s public health nurses recently voted to accept a contract agreement reached between their union and local negotiators, officials say. It is to be p... read more...


Building codes change will require pre-inspection

NORWICH – NYCOM, the New York State Conference of Mayors and Municipal Officials, has announced new requirements for code enforcement that must be implemented before January o... read more...


Sports

Warriors end long drought, beat NHS 24-14

NORWICH – It’s been 10 years since Chenango Valley has had a winning season, and much, much longer since the Warriors beat Norwich. “They haven’t been all of my years,” joked... read more...


Blackhawks shutout Bobcats

Boys’ Soccer Oxford 3, B-G 0 BAINBRIDGE – Oxford failed to hold a two-goal lead against B-G in the first meeting and settled for one of its four ties. It did no such thing... read more...


Greene rallies from early deficit

Football Greene 35, Moravia 12 MORAVIA – Moravia stunned Greene’s defense early, then the Trojans quelled that sting with a pounding running game and 421 yards of total of... read more...


Week 16: Jackson to Santa Barbara

Sometime, while kicking up plumes of dust on the empty dirt roads of southeast Oregon, my Jeep rattled through its 200,000th mile. I glanced down below the rim of the steering... read more...


Community

Norwich names 2006 Homecoming Court

Norwich High School crowned its 2006 Homecoming Court Friday night. Kneeling are Ethan Hitchcock, Craig Berg, 2nd Princess Logan Beckwith and Bryant O’Donnell. Standing are 1s... read more...


Opinion

There’s a pattern Mrs. Shook!

People who lay awake with worries about running out of oil, or gas at $5 a gallon or somesuch bring Mrs. Shook to mind. She was our neighbor when I was a kid. She had no tele... read more...


Entertainment

First victory of the season for Norwich field band

NORWICH – Norwich’s Purple Tornado Field Band took home its first victory of the season Saturday, at the New Hartford Spartan Spectacular. In small school division three, th... read more...


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