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Oxford Middle School roof repair scheduled for spring

OXFORD – After leaking for at least a year, the Oxford Middle School gymnasium will finally get a new roof. The work, however, will not begin until spring. The district’s boa... read more...


From Afton to Afghanistan, with love

While most teenagers are busy thinking about what they want for Christmas, a group of students from Afton High School are focusing their efforts on giving this year. For the ... read more...


Earlville holds annual Winterfest this weekend

EARLVILLE – The streets of Earlville will be filled with holiday cheer this weekend as the village hosts its annual Winterfest. The Winterfest has been a tradition to the hol... read more...


Supervisors debate use of recycling revenues

NORWICH – With prices for recyclables down, and the overall economy nosediving, meeting the Chenango County Department of Public Works’ budget obligations next year could be d... read more...


Pre-trial conference postponed in dog case

OXFORD – A pre-trial conference in the criminal proceedings against Steven W. Fong of Brooklyn has been postponed. Assistant District Attorney Stephen Dunshee and Fong’s atto... read more...


Sports

S-E uses fast start for opening win; Bobcats ward off Sidney

Girls’ Basketball Sherburne-Earlville 51, Madison 31 MADISON – A fast start propelled Sherburne-Earlville to an opening-game win at Madison Monday night. Sophomore Caitly... read more...


Community

Music Square opens in Norwich

NORWICH – A new music store recently opened its doors to the community this holiday season. Music Square welcomed musicians and gift seekers to the former Sears buiding locat... read more...


101st Airborne Flag donated to Oxford museum

OXFORD – In a special ceremony last month at the Oxford Historical Society (OHS) meeting, Jeanette Biermann and Linda Fowlston presented the OHS with a special American flag, ... read more...


Greene Boy Scouts learn about local government

GREENE – Members of Boy Scout Troop #55 had a chance to see their local elected officials at work earlier this month. In order to earn a badge for “Citizenship in the Communit... read more...


BOCES LPN program graduates 22

NORWICH –  The DCMO BOCES Adult Education Department held its Licensed Practical Nursing class graduation on Oct. 9 at the Oxford Academy and Central School high school, prese... read more...


Opinion

What times we live in

The world has become a very fascinating place in the dawn of the 21st century. It seems that every few weeks there’s a new great crisis or historic event. In the last few wee... read more...


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