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S-E finishes in the top ten at international competition

SHERBURNE – Solving problems in creative and different ways is a skill that is difficult to teach in the classroom, but after sending three teams to the Odyssey of the Mind Wo... read more...


DEC: NYRI unresponsive to requests

ALBANY – State officials claim New York Regional Interconnect has been “unresponsive” to numerous requests for information on the power line’s environmental impact, according ... read more...


Senate passes Libous-sponsored bills to make roads safer, easier to travel

ALBANY – The New York State Senate passed two bills sponsored by Senator Tom Libous, R-Binghamton, this week that are designed to make the state’s roads and bridges safer and ... read more...


Chenango spared Tuesday’s deadly upstate thunderstorms

CHENANGO COUNTY – Severe thunderstorms that knocked out power to thousands and caused at least one death Tuesday in northern upstate New York bypassed most of Chenango County.... read more...


New Berlin supervisor questions new food vendor approved for jail

NORWICH – Only one of 32 resolutions presented before the Chenango County Board of Supervisors on Monday was pulled for further discussion by a town supervisor. Town of New ... read more...


Sports

Utica’s recruiting push yields three local stars

UTICA – First-year Utica College football coach Blaise Faggiano recruited in the Central New York region for nine years when he was on staff at St. John Fisher. He is tapped i... read more...


Four Norwich athletes named track all-stars

BINGHAMTON – Norwich received four selections to the STAC Central Division all-star team including the 400-meter relay team of Katie Benenati, Cleo Daoud, Sarah Bonnell, and E... read more...


Local pickleball contingent brings home medals at ES Senior Games

CORTLAND – The local pickleball contingent that plays regularly at the Norwich YMCA picked up numerous medals at the Empire State Senior Games last week in Cortland. The foll... read more...


Community

Visit to Italy

Twenty students from Norwich took a trip to the Aeolian Island in Sicily this spring. The trip was organized by Tom LoPiccolo with the Explorica travel agency. The focus of t... read more...


Sisters seek answers about McDonough murder of 1903

McDONOUGH – The year is 1903, and as the wedding bells ring for Tracy Barrows’ daughter and her groom, so does gunfire on his farmstead in the “Village of McDonough.” Tracy... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: Get cookin'

Dear Maggie, I hope my problem doesn’t seem too trivial for your column. It really isn’t that big a deal. But the thing is, I can’t cook. I can’t cook. I can’t cook. I try, I... read more...


Kids will be kids

I’ve heard it a million times. When a kid does something so stupid and asinine that you can’t imagine how they could possibly survive to reach adulthood, someone will start ma... read more...


Entertainment

Mid-York Shining Brass plans Saturday concert

SHERBURNE – The Mid-York Shining Brass Band will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the United Church of Christ in Sherburne. This unique organization of brass instru... read more...


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