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Senate majority looks to ease tax burden

ALBANY – New York state’s Senate Majority will introduce separate tax programs when the 2008 legislative session begins in Albany next week that could double and triple rebate... read more...


Norwich undergoes three audits

NORWICH – After a long summer of continuous checks and balances by three separate firms performing audits, local school officials announce “everything looks good.” Norwich Ci... read more...


Emergency Management office adds new weather station

NORWICH – Providing up-to-the-minute, local weather information is one of the main objectives for the Norwich and Chenango County Emergency Management Offices, and with the in... read more...


Decker elected to 11th term as board chairman

NORWICH – The Chenango County Board of Supervisors unanimously re-elected North Norwich Supervisor Richard B. Decker (R) as the board’s chairman at its re-organizational meeti... read more...


Sports

Norwich Bowling team beats CV

Norwich High School’s bowling team beat Chenango Valley 5-2 Thursday at Plaza Lanes. Pictured are co-captains Kyle Ewen and Rick Bonnell, Dustin Jenkins, Chasen Smith and Jame... read more...


OV extends unbeaten record;

Boys’ Basketball Otselic Valley 55 Stockbridge Valley 35 MUNNSVILLE – Otselic Valley overcame a poor shooting night with strong defense and rebounding to carry its unbeate... read more...


Opinion

Measuring Progress

It’s that time of year again. The Christmas tree has been dismantled, the empty champagne bottles from New Year’s Eve are in the trash, and the pages in my day runner are bran... read more...


Entertainment

Arts Council exhibit chronicles last year of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life

NORWICH – On the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination, the Chenango County Council of the Arts in Norwich presents “Countdown to Eternity,” a rare a... read more...


Local painter has exhibition in New Hartford

OXFORD – After teaching music for more than 33 years, Francis Wilcox decided he wanted to seriously pursue one of his other long-time interests: painting. Now with 30 painting... read more...


Bainbridge gallery hosts art teacher exhibit tonight

BAINBRIDGE – The Jericho Arts Council is pleased to welcome two art teachers to the Bainbridge Town Hall Gallery tonight. Tresta Wightman, art teacher in the Unadilla Valley S... read more...


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