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Remembering the Flood of '06

In August 2005, retired Norwich fireman Richard Utter listened to voices over his short-wave radio describe the devastation as Hurricane Katrina swept through New Orleans and ... read more...


When the waters rose ...

A year of recovery has followed the hundred-year flood that left a torrent of devastation through the heart of the county. Mother Nature surreptitiously moved a combination ... read more...


How much did it cost?

Initial estimates of $6.5 million in damages caused by the record-breaking flood in Chenango County last June were less than half of what was actually received from federal, s... read more...


One family, two floods

It was a typical day in late June for Jamey Supensky and her children as they headed to the frog pond in Bainbridge. Upon arrival, Jamey and her children decided staying was n... read more...


Farmers dealt a blow by Mother Nature

Resilience – it’s what keeps a farmer’s head above water, one local producer says, and it’s what has helped them recover from the flooding that overran the Chenango, Susquehan... read more...


Sports

Litter and all that junk

Lately there's been increased lip-service given to taking steps to clean up the overabundant and illegal junk and litter that is scattered about the county. As the current cha... read more...


Opinion

Flood 2006: Can’t find the words

Heavy subjects aren’t usually my forte. However, I wanted this week’s column to be about the flood, and a mature offering seemed unavoidable. I was hoping my words would roa... read more...


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