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Two car accidents early this morning lead to injuries

NORWICH – Throughout the night, a small amount of snow fell and black ice accumulated leaving road conditions slippery and wet this morning. Two main roads experienced delays ... read more...


Congressman Arcuri reconnects with locals; shares stance on farm bill, NYRI

NORWICH - U.S. Representative Michael A. Arcuri was humored Wednesday when told a New York Regional Interconnect, Inc. one-year anniversary cake would be featured on this news... read more...


No Child Left Behind measures could be loosened

NORWICH – In a report released Wednesday, President Bush says he wants to loosen the rules of his signature No Child Left Behind law so that more disabled children can take ea... read more...


Sen. Libous visits CMH

NORWICH – New York Senator Thomas Libous made a stop at Chenango Memorial Hospital on Wednesday to talk to employees about what the recently passed state budget could mean for... read more...


Repeat child rapist arrested by police

un Staff Writer NORWICH – The Norwich Police Department arrested a man for six separate counts of rape for repeatedly forcing a girl under the age of 13 to have sex with him... read more...


Sports

Sherburne Earville girl's bowling

Pictured are members of the S-E girls’ bowling team that won 89 out of a possible 90 team points to capture the Center State Conference title. The team set records for individ... read more...


Oxford track competes in opener

WALTON – B-G/Afton, bolstering an 85-person contingent of boys and girls, swept a three-way meet with Oxford and Walton Tuesday afternoon. B-GA polled 60 points in the girls ... read more...


Community

We are the "Nothings" of Central New York

CHENANGO COUNTY – New York Regional Interconnect refers to the path along the Marcy railroad track as a no-man’s land, but a closer look reveals that vast expanses of land are... read more...


Opinion

Bush should push Musharraf on elections this year in Pakistan

As a matter of hardheaded realism, not just pro-democratic ideology, President Bush should pressure Pakistan's military ruler, Pervez Musharraf, to hold free elections this ye... read more...


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