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FEMA: Chenango damage estimates top $600,000

CHENANGO COUNTY – Local, state and federal emergency management officials now estimate that more than $600,000 worth of damage was done to local and county roads in the areas ... read more...


Punching the Clock: Pulling weed

So as I sat groggy-eyed at 6 a.m. pondering over what would be appropriate drug-bust attire, I knew that by the end of the day, if nothing else, it was sure to be interesting.... read more...


Landowner coalitions to rally Sunday in Bainbridge

BAINBRIDGE – Come rain or shine, individual landowners and landowner coalitions representing nine surrounding counties plan to rally from noon and 4 p.m. at the General Clinto... read more...


CIT: Fewer 'behavior interventions'

NORWICH – The board of community members who regularly inspect the Valley Ridge Center For Intensive Treatment learned Wednesday that behavior management interventions are dow... read more...


Sports

New Jersey says yes to crossbows, New York stubbornly says no

Come September, hunters in New Jersey will have a new weapon to shoot — one that has been around since the Dark Ages, but is still illegal in New York State. The mechanized ... read more...


Broken Sins maintains lead in SNB Horseshoe League

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – Entering the final weeks of the season, Broken Sins maintained an eight-point lead over Cen-Pe-Co. and L’s Window Cleaning in the South New Berlin Horseshoe... read more...


Community

Guilford hosts Community Fun-Fest Saturday

GUILFORD – Guilford Community Day is back with a new name. Now known as the Guilford Community Fun- Fest, it is hoped that this year is bigger and better than ever before. You... read more...


Opinion

Gnaddie. Gnaddie. Gnaddie.

I remember in the sad and fragile period after Mikey died, when I was so certain that my father’s heart was irreversibly broken, with what surprise and relief I realized that ... read more...


A glimmer in Schlimmer

There is no doubt that the invention of the printing press was a significant event in mankind’s history. Previously manuscripts had been, as the very name implies, copied by h... read more...


Entertainment

Local band leads off fairground festivities on Friday

NORWICH – Search as you might, you’ll be hard pressed to find much information on Thistle Dew, one of the bands featured at this weekend’s Chenango Blues Festival. They’re not... read more...


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