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Cutting to run for sheriff

NORWICH – On the steps of the Chenango County Courthouse, with the support of his family, the Republican party and three former Chenango County sheriffs, Undersheriff Ernest R... read more...


Norwich students get a reality check with mock crash demonstration

Norwich High School’s juniors and seniors witnessed the aftermath of a horrific collision between a car and a motorcycle which left one of their classmates dead, four more fig... read more...


Guilford building project nears completion

GUILFORD – Less than nine months after construction started on Guilford’s town hall and highway garage project, town officials are just weeks away from moving into their new f... read more...


Police looking for person of interest in Edmeston bank robbery

EDMESTON – The New York State Police have identified a man they believe was involved in an Edmeston bank robbery and are asking the public’s help in apprehending the suspect.... read more...


Norwich Salvation Army to close its doors

NORWICH – Norwich’s Salvation Army Thrift Store, which has been a fixture on South Broad Street for three decades, will be closing its doors on June 24. The store’s three ful... read more...


Sports

Flurry of runs lifts G-MU to playoff win

Evening Sun Report Baseball G-MU 13, Hunter-Tannersville 1 COPES CORNERS – G-MU won its Section IV, Class D opening game with a flurry of runs in the middle innings, Th... read more...


Community

Voices of Tabernacle go “Back to Broadway”

EARLVILLE – The Voices of Tabernacle have once again been invited to perform at the Earlville Opera House, and at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 31, the group will perform a show full ... read more...


Local youth teaches history classes at Morrisville State

NORWICH – Students at Morrisville State received a surprise recently when they showed up for history class. In place of their instructor was an eighth grade student from Norwi... read more...


Opinion

Opposing Sotomayor is the right’s thing to do

By Diane West Frank Ricci is “just” a fireman, and not, like Supreme Court Justice nominee Sonia Sotomayor, a federal judge. He is “only” a white male, and not, like Sotomay... read more...


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