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Camp Pharsalia gets another reprieve

PHARSALIA – Workers at Camp Pharsalia may be able to breathe another sigh of relief this year, but the question whether that sigh will be heard next year is still unknown. T... read more...

Otselic Valley gears up for winter festival

SOUTH OTSELIC – Students, teachers and community members will be coming out this weekend for Otselic Valley’s annual Winter Fest Celebration. Starting at 6 p.m. on Friday in t... read more...


S-E streak ends; UV advances

Boys’ Basketball Marcellus 72, Sherburne-Earlville 34 SYRACUSE – Sherburne-Earlville’s unbeaten dream season, one in which it strung together 21 straight wins, came to a s... read more...

B-G lone girls team to advance in section playoffs

Girls’ Basketball Chenango Valley 62, Greene 41 CHENANGO BRIDGE – A late third-quarter burst for Chenango Valley, fueled by a technical foul on the Greene bench and some i... read more...


Putting waste to work

PLYMOUTH – Plymouth farmer Giff Foster has no problem visualizing the big picture. He just needs a little help putting the actual puzzle together so everyone can see what a cl... read more...


The hysteria business

Welcome to the National Hysteria Museum here in Washington. Our tour will take only a short time. After that you may wander among the exhibits. Or spend time re-examining one ... read more...


Norwich man wins his own "American Chopper"

NORWICH – January 6, 2007, was Jim McLean’s lucky day. McLean, of Norwich, along with four other finalists, picked a key out of a helmet. Only his key turned the ignition to a... read more...

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