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Relay for Life wants you to paint the town purple

CHENANGO COUNTY – The Chenango Relay for Life Committee is stepping up preparations for the 2009 Relay, to be held July 17 and 18 at the Chenango County Fairgrounds. To get ev... read more...


Police: Canadian pilot flew ultralight plane

EATON, N.Y. (AP) — The owner of a Canadian aircraft company was returning from marketing his new lightweight sport plane in Florida when he crashed and died in rural upstate N... read more...


Guernsey welcomes new director

NORWICH – After five months with no official director, the Guernsey Memorial Library has filled the position vacated by the resignation of former director Melanie Battoe. On M... read more...


First Transit to get new buses, advertising

NORWICH – An opportunity to generate some revenue for Chenango County presented itself this month as First Transit’s Jeff Thornton suggested soliciting companies to advertise ... read more...


Anti-drilling group to participate in Roger’s Earthfest on Saturday

SHERBURNE – A map of where natural gas companies have leased land for drilling and transmission purposes will be presented as part of the Rogers Environmental Education Center... read more...


Sports

The Cornucopian month of May

Although April ushers in the initial year’s first open-water fishing via the trout season, May is generally seen as the hardcore beginning for fishing in our region. With wall... read more...


Greene senior signs with Stroudsburg

Greene senior, Barb Borst, signed a national letter of intent to play Division II college basketball at East Stroudsburg University. Borst finished with over 1,000 career poin... read more...


S-E bats erupt in rout of Mount Markham

Baseball S-E 20, Mount Markham 4 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s bats picked up where it left off the night before cranking out 20 hits to blast visiting Mount Markham W... read more...


Hurricanes blow through Rochester tourney

ROCHESTER – The Norwich Hurricanes won all four games at the Rochester Rumble AAU boys’ basketball tourney last weekend, and claimed a second team championship this season. J... read more...


Community

April is Child Abuse Awareness Month

Throughout the county, the grueling economy dominates daily political discussions, but less talked about are social effects being seen by local advocacy groups and law enforce... read more...


Opinion

Coming to America

Samuel Reuben loved Chicago. When my mother made him leave the gray stucco house at 4907 North Bernard Street, where I was born, and move to the brick Tudor house in Glencoe, ... read more...


Switch hitting

I guess I was supposed to be surprised by Arlen Specter’s announcement earlier this week that he was eschewing the political party he’d called home for his five terms in the U... read more...


Entertainment

S-E stages 'Our Town' this weekend

SHERBURNE – Don’t miss the Sherburne Earlville High School drama club production of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.” This weekend, the group will be performing the classic three-... read more...


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