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Seventy-six dogs seized in Oxford

OXFORD – Seventy-six Pomeranians were rescued from a property in Oxford on Sunday in a coordinated effort by the Chenango County Sheriff’s Department and the Chenango County S... read more...


State legion officials visit Oxford

OXFORD – The American Legion’s top state level officials traveled to Chenango County last week to tour the New York State Veterans’ Home in Oxford as part of their annual visi... read more...


Trial begins for accused driver in Sherburne shootout

NORWICH – An accused getaway driver facing life in prison for his alleged role in a deadly drug robbery will make his case before a jury today after rejecting a plea deal offe... read more...


Supervisors to attend state gas drilling hearing

NORWICH – Chenango County officials may have the opportunity to speak about the environmental impact of natural gas and oil drilling at a public hearing tomorrow morning in Al... read more...


Community

Norwich resident turns 100

NORWICH – Louise Elfeldt celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday, Oct. 13, 2008. A party was given in her honor at the Chenango Valley Home. The celebration was attended by fr... read more...


Hospice Heroes: Chris Jantzen

Hospice & Palliative Care would like to introduce you to a few of the special people we had the privilege to serve in the past year. Our compassionate end-of-life care was tak... read more...


YMCA employee honored at award ceremony

NORWICH – The New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities celebrated a “Works for Me” recognition ceremony on Tuesday, and among those honored w... read more...


Norwich Cyclone Cheerleaders move on to state finals

NORWICH – The Norwich Cyclones cheerleaders’ A Team will move on to the state finals after taking second place at the Tri Valley Cheerleading Competition in Utica. The Cyclo... read more...


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

NORWICH – October will again see the country observing Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many of the organizations and agencies that provide... read more...


Holy Family School dedicates new elevator

NORWICH – On Thursday, Holy Family School celebrated the first ride in their new elevator. The school is now completely accessible to everyone, thanks to the generosity of man... read more...


Opinion

Howie Mandel would liven up a boring presidential debate

The verdict by all the TV pundits about the last presidential debate was unanimous. It was boring. Unlike, say, those riveting post-debate, cable-TV shows. There’s nothing lik... read more...


Entertainment

Plymouth family hosts Rogers’ Haunted Hill this weekend

PLYMOUTH – Hopkins-Crandall Road in the Town of Plymouth will be filled with screams this weekend as the Rogers family holds their fifth annual Haunted Hill event. Beginning... read more...


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