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Old Vets' Home slated for demolition in Oxford

OXFORD – The wrecking ball is set to strike the former Oxford Veterans’ Home sometime this spring or summer, according to a Sept. 24 correspondence from the New York State Dep... read more...


Farmers rally for fair milk prices

COVENTRY – Mid-morning on a cold October day, most dairy farmers would be engrossed in their daily farm chores or harvesting acres of corn. But yesterday, more than 100 area f... read more...


South Otselic gets new $248,700 fire engine

SOUTH OTSELIC – Volunteer firefighters in South Otselic gathered at the station Saturday to get a first look at the department’s new $248,679 fire engine as it arrived from El... read more...


Norse Energy’s gas production down over past quarter

NEW YORK – Natural gas production from Norse Energy’s wells in Central New York has declined over the previous quarter due to reduced drilling and the lack of production from ... read more...


Man fails to have confession tossed out, pleads guilty to molestation

NORWICH – After failing to retract a confession he says was obtained through police coercion, a Guilford man ended up pleading guilty to sexually molesting an 11-year-old boy ... read more...


United Methodist Homes to sell Gilmour Nursing Facility

NORWICH – United Methodist Homes is selling the Pearl and Everett Gilmour Nursing Facility in Norwich. This decision was based in part on several years of declining state and ... read more...


Sports

Oxford cruises to 9-1 win over Afton

Boys’ Soccer Oxford 9, Afton 1 OXFORD – Oxford was able to capitalize on Afton’s short-handed lineup to post its third straight win on Tuesday. Taylor Bates and Noah Auwa... read more...


Community

Oxford funeral director celebrates 40th year

OXFORD – Most people would never consider becoming a funeral director, but Steve Behe isn’t like most people. The son of a funeral director, Behe says he never seriously consi... read more...


BOCES presents fifth annual Marshman-Hall Commitment to Education Award

NORWICH – It’s not often that an organization has the privilege of working with the long-standing leadership of individuals so focused on quality, continuous improvement, comm... read more...


Opinion

I’ll see you in the parking lot

We’ve all been to magical places. Lands and times that while we’re in them allow us to deny the urges that make us lame. As a youngster one such place was a hunting cabin in... read more...


Entertainment

‘Ghost Walk’ haunts Pumpkin Festival this year

NORWICH – The 11th Norwich Pumpkin Festival is right around the corner and once again, the Chenango Community Players will be sponsoring the 3rd annual Ghost Walk in conjuncti... read more...


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