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New work by local horror author

NORWICH – It just wouldn’t be Halloween in Chenango County if we didn’t have a new release from our own master of horror ... and true to form, local author Dustin Warburton is... read more...


How much did Wlasiuk's second defense cost?

NORWICH – The final cost of the public defense in the Peter M. Wlasiuk murder trial has been submitted to the Chenango County Public Defender’s Office and totals over a quarte... read more...


Coates running unopposed for Columbus supervisor

COLUMBUS – The Town of Columbus is a small country community and its supervisor says the only way to promote the area is to increase public awareness and government transparen... read more...


Schlag seeks 8th term in German

GERMAN – The Town of German is facing its toughest fiscal year in recent memory, says Supervisor Richard Schlag. Schlag is running unopposed for his 8th term as supervisor. ... read more...


Four candidates vie for two town council spots in Greene

GREENE – In the Town of Greene, residents will be casting their ballots to fill the position of supervisor as well as two town council seats. For the town’s top spot, Supervi... read more...


Oxford “holding steady” with few changes on the ballot

OXFORD – Oxford residents will see plenty of familiar names on the ballot next week, as the town’s supervisor, clerk and one councilman seek reelection unopposed. The only exc... read more...


Pitcher propositions would lengthen town terms

PITCHER – Pitcher voters have three propositions on the ballot this election year. All would, if passed, increase the term of office from two years to four years for the follo... read more...


Sports

Norwich golfers honored at awards banquet

The Norwich golf team handed out its awards at a season-ending banquet earlier this month. From the left are Jacob Kelly, most valuable; head coach Bob Branham; and Gabe Leibu... read more...


Oxford advances in soccer playoffs

Girls’ Soccer Oxford 4, Odessa-Montour 1 ODESSA – Oxford matched its team record for wins in a season, and advanced to the second round of the Section IV, Class C playoffs... read more...


Cyclones’ A, C team reach league title games

NORWICH – The Norwich Cyclones’ “C” team earned a spot in the Tri-Valley League championship game by defeating Marcy/Deerfield 27-20 in a hard-fought contest last weekend at A... read more...


Foote to captain OCC

SYRACUSE – Onondaga Community College has announced its 2009-2010 Men’s Basketball roster.  The Lazers return eight players, seven of them on the perimeter, from last year’s 1... read more...


Community

Trick-or-Treat time Saturday

The National Safety Council urges motorists to be especially alert on Halloween by watching for children darting out from between parked cars and walking on the roadways, medi... read more...


Opinion

Shayne on You: Happiness is your job

Dear Maggie, I try to stay positive, and to keep an upbeat approach to life. I don’t love my job, but I’m determined to make the best of it until something better comes along... read more...


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