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The American Cancer Society’s 11th ‘Relay for Life’ raises over $127,000 in Chenango

CHENANGO COUNTY – The 2007 Relay for Life was held Friday and Saturday at the Chenango County Fairgrounds. After 16 hours of walking, and a lot of fun, the results were announ... read more...


DOT to announce funding for route 12 upgrade project

NORWICH - County highway officials should learn sometime this week how much money the state’s transportation department will set aside for upgrading state Route 12 to a four l... read more...


Man found innocent of DWI brought back for trial

NORWICH – The District Attorney’s Office has brought additional felony charges against a man found innocent of related charges earlier this year. Mark Dexter, whose trail be... read more...


Weekend accident

Yesterday afternoon at around 12:15 p.m. a New Berlin woman suddenly lost control of her car while attempting to avoid striking a deer. Tina L. Smith, 24, Hawks Rd., New Berl... read more...


Sports

Top Teacher

Duane Ritter, far left, head wrestling coach at Oneonta State, demonstrates a technique for a aspiring wrestlers last Thursday at the Chenango County Championship Wrestling Cl... read more...


Windham wins first AMA Toyota Motocross in two years

COLUMBUS – Honda's Kevin Windham, of Centreville, Ms., picked up his first win in over two years at the Monster Energy Nice N Easy Pro Nationals Presented by Renegade Haulers,... read more...


Week 1: Too hot to handle

First gear. I pull away from the gas station, praying that the extra coolant won’t come hissing and steaming out of cracks in the radiator before I can make it to Vegas. Seco... read more...


Community

Bricks and Mortar report

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bricks & Mortar Report will provide updates every Monday on major construction projects in Chenango County. AIM Fitness: • The new 18,000 square foot ... read more...


Opinion

Sleep on it!

Help me out here. I am having trouble following the various solutions. The solutions to our "energy crisis". We’re burning too much oil and gasoline, critics tell us. Soon we... read more...


Entertainment

Guernsey Library sponsors summer reading activities for children

NORWICH – Once children are out of school for the summer, educating them throughout their time off is an important goal to keep children learning all year long. The New Yor... read more...


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