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Selling the Farm: Tough times call for tough decisions

SHERBURNE – After 45 years in the business, dairy farmers Robert and Susan Patt have decided that all signs are pointing toward a change. The couple is hoping to sell the far... read more...


Guilford goes back to the drawing board on building plan

GUILFORD – On Nov. 7, the citizens of the town of Guilford and Mt. Upton voted against the town’s building proposition, 364 to 280. This was the second revision of an original... read more...


Norwich High tracks at-risk teens

NORWICH – Behavioral and academically “at-risk” teens don’t become that way overnight. At Norwich High School, these issues are being identified as a continuous concern, offic... read more...


Supervisors show support for increasing Extension budget

NORWICH – Behavioral and academically “at-risk” teens don’t become that way overnight. At Norwich High School, these issues are being identified as a continuous concern, offic... read more...


United Way tailors fund drive to meet needs of community

NORWICH – The Chenango County United Way Campaign is in full swing. So far, it has raised $168,354, but more work still needs to be done. Last year the United Way allocated $4... read more...


Sports

Like it or not, deer need to be managed

With the regular deer season just a week of so away (opening day is Nov. 18), there will be those who welcome it and also those who distain it. I hesitate to label the latter ... read more...


Community

Trip to Italy Part IV: The Rhythm of the Day

By Mary Musson Correspondent It wakes me up every morning at six-thirty, that clip clop of horses. At first, I think I am in Amish country, a favorite vacation spot of mine ... read more...


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