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Some contest in November’s city elections

NORWICH – Although elections are still four months away, the Republican and Democratic candidates for city offices have officially thrown their hats into the ring, and this ye... read more...


Dairy leaders hold emergency meeting

MORRISVILLE – With fluid milk prices less than half of what they were a year ago, our nation’s dairy farmers are in crisis. “These are serious times,” said David Rama, one of... read more...


Lawmakers adopt economic development measures

NORWICH – County lawmakers adopted resolutions this month aimed at spurring on the economy. The Planning and Economic Development Committee requested and received approval fo... read more...


New technology improves mapping system

NORWICH – Just four years ago, the Chenango County Planning and Development Department used colored pens and pencils to customize a variety of geological maps for inter-depart... read more...


Top county spots unopposed in November

NORWICH – Last Thursday was the final day for candidates to file a designated petition on behalf of the five major parties in the upcoming Chenango County elections. There is... read more...


Oxford awards bids for flood mitigation

OXFORD – Fifteen flood gates will be installed at the Oxford Middle School later this year to help keep rising waters from causing further damage to the historic structure. Ac... read more...


Sports

Good turnout at Red Bulls’ soccer clinic

OXFORD – The Red Bulls MLS soccer organization, in cooperation with the Chenango Soccer Club, held a free soccer skills clinic at Emerson Soccer Farm on Wednesday, July 1. Ov... read more...


Oxford's Rusty Smith takes second ROC win

LANCASTER – For nearly half of last Saturday’s 75-lap Race of Champions (ROC) Series event at Dunn Tire Raceway Park, Oxford’s Rusty Smith was languishing in the middle of th... read more...


Broken Sins expands lead in horseshoe league

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – Broken Sins expanded its lead in the South New Berlin Horseshoe League to four points over Kelly’s Flowers following July 1 pitching action. Allen Bush fir... read more...


Microd Club completes week five of season

TRIANGLE – The Tri-County Microd Club completed week five of this season’s racing schedule. Below are July 12 results by division. The weekly event was sponsored by Tri-County... read more...


Community

Sherburne celebrates Heritage Day

The Sherburne Historic Park Society celebrated the town’s heritage during their annual Heritage Day event Saturday. Above, Civil War reenactors from the 61st Infantry Regiment... read more...


Otselic holds Arts in the Valley event

On Sunday, the Otselic Valley Improvement and Preservation Association presented an Arts in the Valley event in the Town Park. The event included a meet and greet with local a... read more...


Aim Fitness holds first Family Fitness Day for charity

NORWICH – Since Aim Fitness opened in December of 2007, owner Eric Montalvo said the community has been extremely supportive, and on Sunday, the business wants to do something... read more...


Opinion

Welfare prejudice

Often I’m told that the paper should do some kind of story about how our tax dollars are being wasted on social welfare. I hear of how people exploit the system to buy lottery... read more...


Entertainment

Drexler’s work featured at NBT

NORWICH – NBT Bank’s Wall of Art is featuring the artwork of Henry J. Drexler at the bank’s Norwich Office on South Broad Street. His work will be on display until late August... read more...


Norwich Dance Club entertains at Veterans’ Home

NORWICH – Members of the Norwich Dance Club, a local community group, entertained residents of the New York State Veterans’ Home this month. Dance Club members performed clas... read more...


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