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Six more weeks of winter

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) — The world’s most famous groundhog saw his shadow Monday morning, predicting that this already long winter will last for six more weeks. Punxsutawney ... read more...


Ford murder trial begins today

NORWICH – Opening arguments in the bench trial of Accused child murderer George Ford Jr. began this morning. Ford waived his right to a jury trial and has instead elected to ... read more...


Burglar sentenced to prison

NORWICH – A convicted Norwich burglar who stole children’s DVDs was sentenced to eight years in prison Friday. Terry L. Sturdevant Jr., 21, Norwich, was found guilty of unla... read more...


County proceeds with assessment review

NORWICH – The Chenango County Finance Committee unanimously approved a draft study of its current assessment administration system on Thursday, a move that makes way for a sec... read more...


Sports

NHS clinches tie for division title

Boys’ Basketball Norwich 69, Maine-Endwell 38 NORWICH – Maine-Endwell is a pretty fair club in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference. Norwich just made the Spartans look... read more...


Harpursville takes command over B-G in MAC race

Girls’ Basketball Harpursville 62, B-G 41 BAINBRIDGE – Harpursville erupted early in the third quarter, and sealed a season sweep of the Bobcats – and likely secured a di... read more...


Community

Chamber names first Employee of the Month

NORWICH – Christine Howard, Assistant Branch Manager, GHS Federal Credit Union, was recently selected as the recipient of Commerce Chenango’s Employee of the Month Award. “We... read more...


Local seed company returns to its roots with new division

GREENE – Page’s Seed’s newest division will bring the company back to its agricultural roots as well as introduce two programs designed to assist non profit organizations. Th... read more...


Opinion

SELF-Interest

Congress guys remind me of a salesman my father had to contend with in his grocery store. “Should I put you down for ten cases?” Hey, business is slow. Really slow. “Ten ca... read more...


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