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Youth Philanthropy Council awards $10,000 to area organizations

NORWICH – In September, 16 junior and senior high school students at Norwich City Schools set out to learn about non-profit organizations and their effect on the community. La... read more...


Sixth months later, murderer still at large in Lee homicide

NORWICH – After nearly six months since the murder of a Town of Norwich man, investigators have not released any new developments in the case or identified any suspects. Poli... read more...


'Queen of Funk' coming to Norwich

NORWICH – After seven days of music on 12 stages and more than 400 bands, Offbeat magazine, known as the bible of the New Orleans and Louisiana music scene, this week proclaim... read more...


Sports

Oxford twins making names for themselves

In terms of raw athletic talent and potential, Oxford head track and field coach, Irene DeJager likens twin sisters Katie and Emily Woodford to Mike Chrystie. Yes, the same M... read more...


Oxford linksters edge Delhi

Oxford 244, Delhi 247 OXFORD – Oxford beat Delhi by three strokes for the second time this season, Thursday afternoon at Bluestone Golf Club. Cory Seiler had a 42 for the Bl... read more...


Community

“Glitter Queen” presents final lecture in series tonight

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s senior class wanted to leave a lasting gift to the community, one that they could enjoy throughout their last year of high school. With that ... read more...


Opinion

Bought and sold ...

May 2, 1994. I remember it like it was yesterday. First thing in the morning, Sandy Bohn poked her head in the newsroom. “Ted’s coming. He wants everyone in the pressroom righ... read more...


Entertainment

Lost Bayou Ramblers open the EOH main stage season

EARLVILLE – The old meets the new when the musical styling of the Lost Bayou Ramblers comes to the Earlville Opera House on Saturday at 8 p.m.  Traditional Cajun music with a ... read more...


Earlville Opera House presents Mother’s Day tea and fashion show

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House and Black Cat Antiques and Gifts have teamed up to present a unique and fun Mother’s Day weekend event. At 2 p.m. on Saturday, a Mother’s... read more...


Colorscape has scholarships for emerging artists

NORWICH – Colorscape Chenango Arts Festival is pleased to provide for the second time, through Francis K. Wilcox Scholarship Awards for Emerging Young Artists, an opportunity ... read more...


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