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Local leaders respond to ambulance shortage

CHENANGO COUNTY – Following an announcement that the only private ambulance service in the area is pulling out for good – nearly a year after the company told area leaders it ... read more...


G-MU gives update on capital project

COPES CORNERS – In a recent newsletter issued by Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton school, updated information for an expected building project was released. At the end of last year, ... read more...


Coventry looks at DEC Trail Unit Management Plan

COVENTRY – Over the last decade, the New York state Department of Environmental Conservation has been grouping DEC-controlled state lands into units and looking at ways to man... read more...


Animal abuser sent back to jail

NORWICH – A man who was found guilty of starving a dog to death was brought back to court for violating his probation Friday. The Chenango County Court was forced to issue it... read more...


City receives $6,000 for Preserve NY Grant

NORWICH – Tonight, representatives from the Preservation League of New York State in conjunction with the State Council on the Arts will be presenting the City of Norwich with... read more...


Sports

Week 12: Engine Failures

It was a cold night on San Joaquin Ridge. I sat behind the wheel, staying warm and killing time until I grew tired enough to inflate the mattress and try to get some sleep. ... read more...


Greene swimmers stay perfect

Girls’ Swimming Greene 99, Delhi 81 GREENE – What once was a goal to aspire to – beating Delhi – has now become commonplace for the Trojans. Greene made it 19 straight me... read more...


Norwich makes right adjustments

CONKLIN – A bending Norwich defense stiffened at the right time, and a persistent Tornado offense that stuck to what it does best wore down and broke down a game Sus Valley cl... read more...


Oxford playoff hopes extinguished

OXFORD – Any slim chance Oxford had at making the playoffs was erased by a Deposit club that dominated Oxford for all but a brief sequence of the first half Scoring 20 unansw... read more...


Storm offense comes to life

UV-Edmeston 47, Livingston Manor-Roscoe 8 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley-Edmeston came out of its season-long offensive funk in a big way winning its second game of the seaso... read more...


Community

Oxford names 2007 Homecoming Court

OXFORD – Oxford Academy named its 2007 Homecoming Court over the weekend. Pictured are the honored couples, from left: Christi Baker and Kyle Smith; 2nd Princess Erica LaToure... read more...


Oxford Rod & Gun Club hosts Sportsman’s Weekend

OXFORD – The Oxford Rod & Gun Club hosted the 2nd Annual Sportsman’s Weekend Sept. 22-23. Sports enthusiasts came to the Ingraham Road Club for the 3-D archery shoot, an all-y... read more...


Norwich grad finds calling in the Peace Corps

NORWICH – After graduating from Norwich High School in 1998 and studying psychology and computers at SUNY Oswego, John Kolb knew he didn’t want to enter life’s normal rat race... read more...


Opinion

Experienced, gutsy Americans

Did you read Jesse Jackson’s accusation that Barack Obama is “acting white”? He made this slur while championing the cause of some black kids accused of assaulting a white kid... read more...


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