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Car drives through front doors of Wilber Bank

NORWICH – At around 10:30 a.m. Friday, a motorist drove their vehicle through the front doors of the Wilber Bank branch located next to the Quickway Store on state Route 23. ... read more...


Program helps kids with jailed parents

NORWICH – Coinciding with the nation’s increasing prison population, one local organization is taking an aggressive approach to helping the littlest victims – the children who... read more...


Work begins on Halfway House Bridge

Chenango County Highway Department crews erected steel “I” beams over concrete supports for the new state Route 32B/Halfway House Bridge yesterday. The $2.9 million span over ... read more...


Blocked culverts could create problems as spring nears

CHENANGO COUNTY - Who’s responsibility is it make sure culvert pipes at the end of driveways are clear to prevent potential road, lawn and basement wash-outs? If a backed-up ... read more...


More details come out in attempted murder case

PITCHER – More details have come to light in an incident involving a Greene man being charged with attempted murder and several other felonies. Shawn A. Vanderbunt, 44, is ac... read more...


Energy department denies rehearing on transmission corridors

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Energy has denied a number of requests asking that it re-examine its decision to create two National Interest Electric Transmission Corrido... read more...


Sports

Baldwin finishes another perfect season

NORWICH – Leigh Baldwin and Associates rode its 6-foot-10 center Eric Poiesz to a first-half lead, and pulled away from Burrell’s/Parker’s in the Norwich Men’s Corporate Baske... read more...


Local wrestlers vie for state titles

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor Thanks to the wild-card system and the emergence of Sherburne-Earlville’s wrestling program, a Chenango County-record 11 grapplers lace u... read more...


Community

Oxford stages “Kiss Me Kate” this weekend

OXFORD – The Oxford High School Drama Club will present Cole Porter’s “Kiss Me Kate” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the Oxford Academy Performing Arts Auditorium. “Another ... read more...


Opinion

For Hillary Clinton, it’s now up to women

“I’m actually questioning my life because of what Hillary’s going through,” tennis icon Billie Jean King recently told Cokie during an interview for USA Weekend magazine. “It’... read more...


Headed in the wrong direction

“If you fail to plan,” goes the old adage, “you can plan to fail.” At the risk of beating the proverbial dead horse, my attention this week once again focuses on the seeming ... read more...


Entertainment

Awake, Dalmations, Lost in the Fire

The Patrol is on, people! The DVD Patrol is about to bring in another train load of fun for another week and the Toddster is playing engineer as only he can. I have been busy ... read more...


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