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Feds say most power line reviews will continue to be handled by state

CHENANGO COUNTY – Although the federal government has given itself the right to overtake a state’s power line review authority, a spokeswoman for the Federal Energy Regulatory... read more...


Fire Prevention Week starts Sunday

CHENANGO COUNTY – The public is encouraged to attend two open house events this Sunday at both the Smithville and Preston Fire Departments. The open houses are part of Fire P... read more...


City review Youth Bureau budget

NORWICH – Despite more than $11,000 in budget cuts last year, on Tuesday night, the City of Norwich Youth Bureau Director presented a proposed budget asking for $600 over the ... read more...


United Way addresses poverty in Chenango County

NORWICH – Over 13 percent of families in Chenango County are living below the poverty level. Some have hard times meeting their most basic needs, but thanks to programs funded... read more...


Sports

Oxford now playing to maintain tradition

What to do when your playoff aspirations vanish? Win the rest of your games, said Oxford coach Mike Chrystie. “The games now are the ones that build character,” Chrystie sai... read more...


Greene impressive in avenging only league loss

Field Hockey Greene 3, Whitney Point 1 GREENE – Greene thrust itself into the division one title chase in Section IV field hockey avenging its only division loss of the se... read more...


Bowling scores

The following are bowling scores reported from Plaza Lanes in Norwich: Golden 20s 9-19-07 S&H, 12; On “D” Ball, 10; “La” Ham, 9; Alley Cats, 9; The Angels, 8; Guilford K... read more...


Opinion

Getting tough with China

It’s time to get tough with China. On issue after issue – human rights, trade, Darfur, Iran – the leaders in Beijing have been playing a destructive role. And now, in Burma, t... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council concert has an African flair

NORWICH – Burkina Electric, the first electronica band of the West African country of Burkina Faso, presents its American debut in a month-long performance and residency tour.... read more...


New exhibit at Earlville Opera House

EARLVILLE –  Russian-born painter, Mikhail Gubin, opens his exhibit of oil paintings in the East Gallery at the Earlville Opera House Art Center this Saturday.  The exhibit ti... read more...


Great weekend of music at 6 On The Square

 OXFORD – 6 On The Square invites you to spend the weekend with them being entertained by a broad range of musicians! On Friday, Pat Wictor and Joe Crookston will join forces... read more...


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