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Fire Police honor one of their own

NORWICH – The Chenango County Fire Police Association held its annual banquet Saturday evening at Fred’s Inn. Many of the volunteers who make up the association’s 65 members... read more...


Chenango United Way needs record amount to meet community needs

CHENANGO COUNTY – In recent years, the Chenango United Way has changed they way they run a campaign. One of the most pronounced changes has been doing away with the tradition ... read more...


County lawmakers want policy for natural gas exploration along right-of-ways

NORWICH – Seemingly non-stop natural gas exploration along highways in the northern towns of Chenango County have prompted lawmakers to begin developing a policy for seismic t... read more...


Downed limb blocks Rt. 12 traffic, knocks out power Sunday

NORWICH – Traffic was backed up for hours Sunday afternoon after an apparent freak accident that caused a main transmission power line to fall across State Highway 12. A tree... read more...


Power Grid: Are more lines needed?

PRINCETON, NJ – The organization that sets the standards for the nation’s power grid released a report last week stating that more transmission lines will be needed if the cou... read more...


Sports

Greene fights back; Storm win on last-minute field goal

GREENE – Greene took an early punch in the mouth, and came back fighting even harder. After giving up a 34-yard TD run to Tioga’s Eric Wiseman on the first play of the second... read more...


Greene repeats as MAC titlists

Girls’ Swimming Greene retains MAC title DELHI – Delhi provided more of a test than maybe Greene expected, but the Trojans used superior depth and won seven of 12 events t... read more...


Second straight shutout win for Norwich

Norwich 28, Windsor 0 NORWICH – For the third straight season, the Norwich-Windsor matchup ended in a shutout, and this time it was the young men clad in purple and white t... read more...


Community

Y Giants 6: Second successful season ends with banquet

By Jim Dunne A tenth game in the 1948 season was scheduled to be played against the semi-pro team in Sayre, Pa. When it was cancelled because the Sayre team folded, the Gia... read more...


Opinion

You can bet on China’s future

The Chinese are coming! The Chinese are coming! How many more articles will we see with the theme that the Chinese are gobbling our lunch? How many more breathless reports on... read more...


Entertainment

Purple Tornado hosts Fall Festival of Bands

NORWICH – Performing at their home show, The Fall Festival of Bands Saturday, Norwich Purple Tornado field band students say they had a great time. Director Gretchen Shyne sai... read more...


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