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Bush back in court this morning

NORWICH– Lee M. Bush, accused of shooting at two men in the City of Norwich, will appear in Chenango County Court at the request of the District Attorney’s Office this morning... read more...


Politicians attempt to address landowners’ leasing, environmental concerns about drilling

NORWICH – On Wednesday, a crowd of about 100 landowners asked a forum of state legislators multiple questions regarding leasing practices and environmental threats posed by th... read more...


Elderly man waits in limbo at county jail

NORWICH – An 85-year-old nursing home resident who has been in the county jail since his arrest was diagnosed with frontal lobe dementia about a year and a half before his in... read more...


State proposes eliminating position in Oxford Veterans Affairs office

OXFORD – Recent government cut backs have placed a full-time position at the Department of Veterans Affairs on the chopping block, and state and local officials have said the ... read more...


Oxford cemetery desecrated

OXFORD – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office reports that between 20 and 30 headstones were destroyed at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in the Village of Oxford. Police said the crim... read more...


Thieves abscond with library wishing well

OXFORD – Thieves who broke into the Oxford Memorial Library Wednesday night got very little for their troubles. Bypassing expensive computer equipment, the thieves removed th... read more...


Sherburne’s last lecture series begins tonight

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne-Earlville school district will hold the first part of their Last Lecture series, at 7 tonight in the high school auditorium. Kicking off the lecture... read more...


Sports

Oxford drops final to Candor

OXFORD – Candor stopped Oxford's fourth-and-goal from the two on the first drive of the game, and scored on its second offensive play en route to a 27-8 victory at Oxford on h... read more...


Norwich has opportunity to regroup against Oneida

For one week, Norwich steps out of Section IV division play and has a golden opportunity to not only regroup, but take down one of the top-rated Class B teams in the state. T... read more...


Oxford’s 4-game winning streak snapped

Field Hockey Moravia 2, Oxford 1 (OT) MORAVIA – Oxford saw its four-game winning streak snapped Thursday afternoon in a non-division game at Moravia. Although thoroughly ... read more...


Opinion

Dysfunction Junction

The Chenango River Theatre is doing a great job of helping me relive some of my favorite ‘80s movies, live and on stage. First, it was “Other People’s Money” last month; now, ... read more...


Entertainment

Norwich's Field Band show this weekend

NORWICH – Fans of the Norwich Purple Tornado Marching Band will have one final chance to see the band perform at Ulrich Stadium this season. The school will host its annual Fa... read more...


Bainbridge stages ‘A Fine Monster You Are’ this weekend

BAINBRIDGE – Take a touch of “Arsenic and Old Lace” antics. Mix in “Munsters” memories with some “Addams Family” abnormalities. Simmer slowly with ‘Scooby” silliness and you’r... read more...


Underground Railroad scholar to speak at CCHS

NORWICH – Underground Railroad scholar Dr. Milton C. Sernett will appear in the Assembly Room of the Chenango County Historical Society (CCHS) at 2 p.m. Sunday. His lecture wi... read more...


EOH galleries host two new exhibits

 EARLVILLE – Fall is a great time to visit the Earlville Opera House galleries.  Visit the Earlville Opera House East Gallery for a new exhibit “The Red Cross Series” by Lynet... read more...


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