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Sherburne students celebrate all things Greek

SHERBURNE – For the second year in a row, Sherburne-Earlville students used the knowledge they learned in class to show the community life in ancient Greece. On Wednesday nig... read more...


Sheriff will discuss plans when he's back in Chenango

NORWICH – Chenango County Undersheriff Ernie Cutting issued a statement on behalf of the Sheriff’s Office this morning regarding news articles yesterday about Sheriff Thomas L... read more...


Punching the Clock: A rising power

One home-grown New Berlin business has been ahead of the curve in saving its customers money – and saving the planet. More than 30 years ago, David Austin was an electrical ... read more...


State legislators try again to help two village police officers

ALBANY – Legislation that would allow the villages of Greene and Oxford to promote two local officers to full-time status has been introduced once more in the state senate and... read more...


Norwich parishes get new priest

SYRACUSE – The Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse has appointed Rev. Ralph A. Bove as administrator for St. Bartholomew’s and St. Paul’s churches in Norwich, effective in July... read more...


Sports

Push for stronger gun laws having opposite effect

We should all realize the common attitudes and views of the various states’ residents and voters can differ, and this is becoming apparent as more states worry over the federa... read more...


Norwich ends winless skein against ‘Jackets

Baseball Norwich 12, Oneonta 9 ONEONTA – Norwich ended a seven-year winless drought against Oneonta Wednesday night as Mike Moon earned a clutch save to support winning pi... read more...


Smith rides to first win of season

ST. JOHN’S, Pa. – Oxford’s Rusty Smith, coming off a track championship at Mountain Speedway and a career year for victories in 2008, won his first race of the season last wee... read more...


Community

Dollars for Scholars Week in Norwich

NORWICH – Fundraising efforts for the Norwich chapter of Dollars for Scholars are in full swing this week. The charitable organization, which raises scholarship money for coll... read more...


Ives Cream “cones and doggie bones”

NORWICH – This week downtown Norwich’s favorite ice cream parlor has gone to the dogs. Literally. Now through Saturday is SPCA Week at Ives Cream, 10 South Broad St. in Norwic... read more...


Opinion

For Sale By Owner

I grew up during the bad years. Urban Renewal had come within block of my father’s buildings. New government-subsidized housing projects were competing with old, store-front ... read more...


50 years and counting

I’ve always loved looking through my parents’ wedding album. I couldn’t even begin to guess how many times I have studied each of the black and white photos of the two of them... read more...


Entertainment

S-E drama club receives state merit awards

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville Drama Club received notification that they are recipients of four Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS) Roving Adjudicator Merit Awards... read more...


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