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New deputy clerk, assessor in Guilford; justice resigns

GUILFORD – The Guilford Town Council appointed a new deputy town clerk and its first sole appointed assessor Wednesday night. They also announced the planned departures of bot... read more...


Fire destroys Southtown barn

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – A volunteer firefighter on his way to work late Tuesday spotted a strange glow on the horizon and discovered a barn fire in the Town of South New Berlin. S... read more...


New Berlin fires police chief charged in assault case

NEW BERLIN – The New Berlin Town Board dismissed Police Chief Richard P. Kellar following a unanimous vote in executive session Monday night. “His termination is effective to... read more...


Smyrna holds final bicentennial event

SMYRNA – In celebration of their bicentennial, the Town of Smyrna has held an event every month of 2008, and as the year draws to a close, the town is hoping everyone will com... read more...


Sports

New York’s pheasant program gets the ax

Although rumors of this have been circulating for some time, they were put to rest this past week when the DEC announced it had verbally been told by the State administration ... read more...


Greene romps in season opener at Hancock

Boys’ Basketball Greene 73, Hancock 46 HANCOCK – Greene, the last Chenango County basketball team to take the floor, was impressive in its debut routing Hancock by 27 poin... read more...


Greene romps in season opener at Hancock

Boys’ Basketball Greene 73, Hancock 46 HANCOCK – Greene, the last Chenango County basketball team to take the floor, was impressive in its debut routing Hancock by 27 poin... read more...


Community

Delivering Christmas – Reading to Gibson

Santa is outsourcing this year. With the high cost of gas and reindeer feed, he had decided to contract with The Evening Sun to help spread good will and wishes here in Chenan... read more...


A tragedy remembered

GUILFORD – In the course of human events, one story sticks out above all others, Although not directly connected to Christmas it can be correlated to the Spirit of Christmas. ... read more...


Opinion

Convex mirrors and Yerbamata tea

My father’s inventions were not restricted to spools, batteries, metal clasps, and burglar alarms. Oh, no. I can still remember the stash of convex mirrors under the sturdy... read more...


A bunch of bull(s)

I’d like to file a complaint with Mother Nature. This is winter, is it not? What the heck is with the 50 degree rain? I felt very prepared going into December. I dusted off m... read more...


Entertainment

From the Big Easy to Norwich

NORWICH – You’d think that after surviving the ravages of Hurricane Katrina, a little upstate New York wintry weather would be a piece of cake. Even so, Irvin Mayfield’s not s... read more...


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