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Chenango looks into protecting its valuable farmland

NORWICH – A state program that protects viable agricultural land from future development could be useful in parts of the county reportedly seeing an influx of outsiders moving... read more...


Fire Department, Police Department welcome new members

NORWICH – The swearing-in of a new firefighter at Tuesday night’s meeting of the Norwich Common Council created a father-son firefighting legacy for one family. Daryl R. Prin... read more...


County OKs timber sale

CHENANGO COUNTY – Lawmakers Tuesday tentatively approved the highest bidder for an upcoming timber sale on 10 acres of county-owned property on Ingraham Road in the Town of Pr... read more...


City discusses evaluation system for non-union employees

NORWICH – A resolution authorizing a cost of living increase of three percent for non-unit employees was a stumbling point for the City of Norwich Common Council Tuesday night... read more...


Sports

Norwich tightens up on defense to win sectional opener

Boys’ Basketball Norwich 50, Corning East 44 CONKLIN – Norwich made up a 10-point deficit in the first quarter, then shook off a six-point Trojans lead in the fourth quart... read more...


VHCA and Cortland split championships

On Friday evening, the culmination of the ESCAL regular season tournament saw Valley Heights Christian Academy of Norwich and Cortland Christian Academy both playing in the fi... read more...


Community

Souvenirs of Yesteryear: Stealth Tourists

See all those tourists in the photo? Probably not, because they are invisible. That is why I call them “stealth tourists.” On that table in the center of the photo is a regist... read more...


G-MU superintendent looks forward to retirement

COPES CORNERS – As the school year begins to wind down toward summer vacation, Gilbertsville-Mt. Upton is preparing to say goodbye to a longtime superintendent After 14 years... read more...


Donation to St. Malachy’s food pantry made in honor of Roy Priest

SHERBURNE – Few individuals would take it upon themselves to start a food pantry and help their neighbors, but that is exactly what former Sherburne resident Roy Priest decide... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: Get active and fight depression

Dear Maggie, I have recently retired and had such great plans for getting in shape, but I just can’t seem to get on a schedule.  I just want to sleep all day.  I hate to exer... read more...


Cheaters sometimes win

I’ve been thinking about this for quite a while, and I’ve decided, in my opinion, the only thing worse than watching the Miss USA pageant on television is watching the Best in... read more...


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