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Cash for Clunkers: Chenango auto dealers still waiting for payment

CHENANGO COUNTY – As Cash for Clunkers winds down, area dealers are still waiting to receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments from the federal government for vehic... read more...


2009 Fire Convention honors community contribution, personal sacrifice

NEW BERLIN – Firefighters from all across Chenango County came together in the Village of New Berlin Friday night to honor past members and the achievements of those still inv... read more...


Revenues from farming in prisoners lower than expected

NORWICH – Revenues anticipated from boarding out-of-county prisoners at the Chenango County Public Safety Facility are considerably down. Sheriff Ernest Cutting told members... read more...


Otselic mother looking for help in hit and run incident

SOUTH OTSELIC – The mother of a 13-year-old boy who was struck by an elderly woman driving a dark blue car is seeking the public’s help in apprehending the suspect. The Chena... read more...


Sports

Tornado coaches groom younger players

Norwich head varsity football coach, John Martinson (far right), and the Norwich football coaching staff, spoke to the Norwich Cyclones’ Pop Warner teams Monday evening. Marti... read more...


Branham, Spittler add to record C.C.C. totals

PLYMOUTH – Bob Branham and Amy Spittler retained their longtime hold on the Canasawacta Country Club scratch championships winning titles Sunday afternoon. Branham won the me... read more...


First career ace for Crandall

PLYMOUTH – Norwich resident, Brett Crandall, picked up his first career hole-in-one, Sunday, Aug. 23 at Canasawacta Country Club. Playing with Mark Hesse and Fred Rivenburg, ... read more...


Community

New machines make debut in September GOP primary

NORWICH – Voters in Chenango County will be casting their ballots through a new electronic system being implemented across the nation as federal mandates compel state and coun... read more...


Historical Society program looks at Chenango’s industrial heritage

NORWICH – One hundred years ago this month, on Aug. 28, 1909, the Ireland Machine & Foundry Company located on State St. in Norwich filed for their first U.S. Patent. Titled s... read more...


Opinion

Woodstock: Peace, love and rich college kids

If you haven’t overdosed on Woodstock memories these past few weeks, you’re lucky. Everyone makes a big deal about the three days of peace and love and harmony and how that, i... read more...


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