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Seeds of spring

Perhaps my favorite part of my job is getting a sneak peek at what others do for a living in our Punching the Clock series. I am always amazed by the business and industry tha... read more...


Local kids enjoy snow day

Local kids enjoy a tumble down one of the many mountains of snow accumulating through downtown Norwich Wednesday.... read more...


Highway Department prepares for snowy day

When the weather turns bad, the Chenango County Highway Department has 20 snowplows clearing the roads and two heavy loaders that keep the sand and salt moving. Crews began at... read more...


McDonough Library receives gift for large print books

McDONOUGH – The McDonough Branch Library has received a $500 donation from Jim and Marilyn Palik of Paris, France. According to Oxford Memorial Library Director Nancy Wilcox, ... read more...


DWI arrest ends with the suspect and deputy taking a cold swim

OTSELIC – A man pulled over for a traffic violation Monday fled his vehicle on foot, leading a Chenango County Sheriff’s deputy on a chase that eventually ended up with both i... read more...


S-E hosts color guard competition Saturday

SHERBURNE – Local residents don’t get many opportunities to watch the Sherburne-Earlville Winter Guard in action, but on Saturday, the squad will compete with 11 others at the... read more...


S-E moves ahead with building project

SHERBURNE – The first phase of Sherburne-Earlville’s $25 million capital improvement project was approved by the State Education Department, clearing the way for construction ... read more...


Sherburne holds first ambulance committee meeting

SHERBURNE – The Village of Sherburne took a step toward finding a solution to its ambulance coverage issue Tuesday night in the first in a series of committee meetings. An 11... read more...


Sports

Governor discovers ‘there’s life north of Westchester’

As a follow-up to last week’s column on the quick turnabout by Governor Paterson and the DEC on the proposed closing of the State’s pheasant program, the appointment of upstat... read more...


VHCA boys and girls sweep hoops contests

VHCA 41, Baldwinsville 26 VHCA overcame a nine-point deficit at the end of the first quarter by holding Baldwinsville Christian Academy to 12 points over the final three quar... read more...


Community

Lions Club prepares for Perch Derby

NEW BERLIN – The Oxford Lions Club is busy preparing for this season’s Chenango Lake Perch Derby to be held on Feb. 7, with a postponement date of Feb. 21. This is the eleven... read more...


Arts Council presents singing sensation Stig Rossen in concert Feb. 15

NORWICH – International singing sensation Stig Rossen and his ensemble will warm up a cold February night when the Chenango County Council of the Arts brings “Brilliantly Broa... read more...


Opinion

Making progress this time of year

While our current Evening Sun reporters are working to bring you our Progress Chenango 2009 special sections this week, I’ve asked five of my favorite ES alumni to fill in as ... read more...


My Father’s Koochen – Setting the Stage

Two or three times a year, at no particular day, month or season, my father would get an irresistible urge to bake koochen. This need was akin to salmon swimming upstream or g... read more...


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