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USDA ups price support for struggling dairy farmers

WASHINGTON, DC – The USDA announced Friday that it would temporarily raise prices paid for cheese and nonfat dry milk through the Dairy Product Price Support Program, an actio... read more...


Chenango Lake residents victims in rash of thefts

NEW BERLIN – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office and the Town of New Berlin Police Department have been investigating a rash of thefts centered around the Chenango Lake commu... read more...


District names new Perry Browne principal

NORWICH – The Norwich City School District has selected long-time district educator Jennifer Post to fill the top leadership position at Perry Browne Intermediate School. Po... read more...


Sports

Blackhawks host wrestling camp

OXFORD – Oxford Academy’s head varsity wrestling coach, Craig Tefft, gives instruction to dozens of young wrestlers at the Oxford Wrestling Camp Tuesday at Oxford High School.... read more...


Norwich pair winners at Keystone Games

Rick Marchant and his son Ryan Marchant display their medals after competing in masters swimming at the Keystone Games in York, Pa. last month. As New York did not offer its E... read more...


Community

Concert, ice cream social in Oxford Thursday

OXFORD – It’s time again for one of Oxford’s great annual summer traditions, the Oxford Historical Society’s (OHS) Ice Cream Social and Concert! The Oxford Community Band’s Su... read more...


Summer FLT hike honors Ed Sidote

NORWICH – A whopping number of people, somehwere between 45 and 50, showed up to honor the FLT’s end-to-end coordinator Ed Sidote on the annual ‘Summer Ed Sidote Hike’ sponsor... read more...


Hospice plans a camp to help kids cope with loss

NORWICH – Hospice Bereavement Coordinator Brenda Birdsall is busying planning the first ever ‘Camp 4 Seasons.’ The free, day long camp will take place Thursday, Aug. 27 and is... read more...


Opinion

A parable for the ‘ages’

“Baby boomers,” old man Barker said at the weekly canasta game. “Me, me, me. My, my, my. They all act like they’ll never get old. They think 60 is the new 16. Always running, ... read more...


The sitcom of our office lives

Congratulations to Jessica Lewis who gave birth yesterday to a healthy baby boy. Unfortunately in moving forward with her own life, the most senior full-time Evening Sun repor... read more...


Entertainment

Smyrna band entertains for 91 years

SMYRNA – For 91 years, the Smyrna Citizens Band has entertained audiences with a series of summertime concerts. The band performs on the upper porch of the Smyrna Library on M... read more...


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