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Lady vets get their due at Oxford tea

OXFORD – Of the New York State Veterans’ Home in Oxford’s 242 residents, only 11 are women veterans. While their number may be small, the contributions made by these remarkabl... read more...


Changes afoot in the DA's office: Larkin out, Ferrarese in

NORWICH – At the start of the year, the Chenango County District Attorney’s Office will say farewell to one of its veteran prosecutors and welcome a new one. For the last 16 ... read more...


Chenango residents speak out at DEC gas hearing

CHENANGO BRIDGE – A Smithville Center woman wore a toxic waste drum and handed out fake one thousand dollar bills. A woman from Marathon helped hold up a sign accusing New Yor... read more...


Sports

Trojans looking to go ‘1-0’ again

For years and years, Greene traveled to Rome Free Academy to play in the Black Knights’ field hockey tournament. Until this season. “Maybe we won too much,” said Greene coach... read more...


Playoff game for Cyclones in Marcellus

MARCELLUS – The unbeaten Norwich Cyclones’ “A team” continue play in the New York State Pop Warner Empire Classic on Sunday against Southwest Rochester at 2 p.m. at the Valle... read more...


Greene tops MAC all-star list

Midstate Athletic Conference boys soccer champions, Greene, placed two members on the 2009 first team all-stars and four more on the second team to lead all league schools. Be... read more...


Community

Project REACH hosts Family Fun Challenge this weekend

NORWICH – Project REACH, a teen pregnancy prevention program of Planned Parenthood of South Central New York, is excited to announce that they will once again be hosting the F... read more...


Public Health warns of rabies dangers

NORWICH – Rabies activity has been reported in the Norwich area. Since September 1, two skunks and one raccoon in the Northwest corner of the city haave been confirmed to be p... read more...


Oxford makes plans for tree lighting ceremony

OXFORD – The Oxford Holiday Committee held their annual meeting Oct. 28 to make arrangements for this year’s Tree Lighting ceremony. The goal of this nonprofit committee is to... read more...


Opinion

The buck stops nowhere

The good news: Both parties finally agree on an important element of public policy. The bad news: What they agree on is doing nothing real about the deficit. True, the coun... read more...


Entertainment

Two new exhibits open at the Earlville Opera House Gallery

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens two new exhibits: “Taut” by Susan McCann and “Recent Paintings by Warren Bunn II” on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. with ref... read more...


DVD Patrol: Ugly Truth, Up, Aliens in the Attic, Nash Bridges, JAG

Time to go on the hunt again, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is on the prowl for those DVDs that are hard to find or are new to the jungle. The Big Safari guy, the Toddster, is le... read more...


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