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Local producers don’t see solutions in Farm Bill debate

CHENANGO COUNTY – A fair price for milk shouldn’t be regulated by Washington, one local dairy producer says – it should come from the market. “We don’t need to be paid out of... read more...


Schumer: If P&G gives Norwich a chance to compete, we can win

ALBANY –  In a personal letter to A.G. Lafley, CEO of the Procter & Gamble Company, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer Tuesday urged the company to reconsider its plan to close t... read more...


DWI hearing looks for probable cause

NORWICH – A drunk driving court case held a hearing to determine if the arresting officer had just cause Friday. Paul D. Lazzaro, a repeat offender with three prior driving ... read more...


Public officials speak out for, against mental health program

NORWICH – Serendipity Cafe, an employment program for clients of the county’s mental health department, has continued to draw both criticism and support from town supervisors.... read more...


Sports

NBT golf tournament winners

Pictured are members of the NBT Bank Auto Dealers captain and crew tournament held last week at Canasawacta Country Club. From the left are Daryl Forsythe and Martin Dietrich,... read more...


Community

Emerson to head CMH board

NORWICH – J. Peter Chaplin, a long time member of Chenango Memorial Hospital’s Board of Trustees and great supporter of the hospital, has retired from the board as both Board ... read more...


Local philanthropist creates, markets new condiment

NORWICH – Norwich businesswoman Patsy Smith continues to make headlines with the condiments she has created for her own brand, SchoolHouse Kitchen. This time it’s a new salad ... read more...


Opinion

I want to be funny when I grow up

Last night, I was watching The Daily Show on Comedy Central, and I came to an important and life changing realization: I want to be Jon Stewart. Well, not exactly. I want to ... read more...


Entertainment

Wolf Mountain Nature Center opens in Smyrna

SMYRNA – The ancient call of the gray wolf has returned to the rolling hills of Smyrna. A pair of Mackenzie River Valley Alaskan Timber wolves reside at the new Wolf Mountain... read more...


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