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The Place students salute MLK Jr.

NORWICH – Children from the After School Program at The Place hosted a free lunch to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monday at the United Methodist Church in Norwich. This lu... read more...


CASAs say experience is invaluable

NORWICH – After five months on the job, a special group of volunteers with the county’s Dispute Resolution Center say their new roles in the community have paid them an invalu... read more...


Save-a-Lot cornerstone of South Plaza resurgence

NORWICH – Complete with a new look, the owners of the Save-a-Lot grocery store in Norwich say the identity and image of their business is still ultimately defined by two thing... read more...


Knights of Columbus plan “March for Life” bus trip

NORWICH – The local chapter of the Knights of Columbus, Council 211 will once again be sponsoring a bus trip to the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. The bus will depa... read more...


Sherburne names its Citizens of the Year

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne Historic Park Society has announced its choices for the 2006 Citizen of the Year Award. According to Sherburne Town Historian Rose Wellman, “This p... read more...


Community

Chenango Stories: The true meaning of team work

Living with a disability not only changes one’s life, but it also may change one’s dreams. This often unexpected change may lead one’s life down a path of healing and awarenes... read more...


Opinion

Life’s a gamble

I just got back from a long weekend in Las Vegas. Everybody says one of two things. First, “You didn’t gamble, did you?” The second is, “You’re kidding, it’s sooo tacky.” Did... read more...


Entertainment

A half century of local archaeology

We are aware that the Native Americans lived here before the Euro-Americans invaded and displaced them. But what do we really know about them? They did not leave any written r... read more...


A half century of local archaeology

We are aware that the Native Americans lived here before the Euro-Americans invaded and displaced them. But what do we really know about them? They did not leave any written r... read more...


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