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Powerlines don’t appear to be nation’s top priority

NORWICH – Based on figures in the U.S. Department of Energy’s federal budget request, creating power lines like the New York Regional Interconnection doesn’t appear to be amon... read more...


Firefighters respond to VCR blaze

NORTH NORWICH – This morning at around 10 a.m., North Norwich, Norwich and New Berlin fire crews were called to respond to a house fire on Guile Road in the Town of North Norw... read more...


Auction goes to the dogs, literally

NORWICH – After volunteering to auction himself off for the SPCA, Norm Nichols might have felt a little nervous, but he shouldn’t have. On Saturday night, a date with Norm was... read more...


Longtime fire investigator retires

NORWICH – The Chenango County Bureau of Fire recently retired one of its most experienced fire investigators. Carl Chawgo served the county for over 26 years. “I really did e... read more...


Sports

UV hosts All-Star Volleyball tourney

NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley hosted the Midstate Athletic Conference’s Volleyball Senior All-Star Classic Monday night. From Chenango County were, front row: Oxford’s Beck Hea... read more...


Community

Chenango Stories: Perfecting the art of family

Pottery – a fine art, a craft, a profession and a way of life for Bill and Diane Troxell of Oxford. Bill, always a craftsman and artist, and his wife Diane, who at first had ... read more...


Opinion

Tarmac timeshare

Big, big decisions. Sue and I don’t get that much time off, so we spend a lot of time planning which tarmac we want to spend our vacation on this year. I like O’Hare, but Sue... read more...


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