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Curtis Lumber warehouse fire caused by recalled light fixture

PITTSFIELD – Fire investigators believe a high-intensity discharge light fixture was the cause of a fire that destroyed a Curtis Lumber warehouse last week. “Basically our h... read more...


Studebaker’s closes its doors; Denny’s soon to open in its place

NORWICH – After seven years serving Norwich and surrounding communities, Studebaker’s Restaurant closed its doors Monday, according to Howard Johnson’s General Manager Dana Me... read more...


Decker challenged, but wins another chairman term

NORWICH – A flurry of phone calls flew over the holidays between Chenango County’s supervisors in preparation for Monday’s appointment of a board chairman for 2010. The seemi... read more...


Alleged rape victim speaks on her attacker’s behalf in reducing his sentence

NORWICH – A Sherburne man was sentenced on a lesser charge in Chenango County Court Monday, after his alleged victim spoke out on his behalf. Twenty-six-year-old Lee Anthony ... read more...


Grande Pizza owners retire

NORWICH – Another downtown Norwich eatery closed its doors with the start of the new year – Grande Pizza on East Main Street. Owners John and Connie Elia decided to retire aft... read more...


Morrisville State College Norwich Campus prepares for spring semester

NORWICH – The Norwich Branch of Morrisville State College will hold its annual Instant Admissions Day from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, in preparation for the spr... read more...


Sports

Unatego rallies in fourth to beat Oxford

Boys’ Basketball Unatego 66, Oxford 60 OXFORD – Unatego held Oxford to just one field goal over the final five minutes and five seconds, and sealed a fourth-quarter comeba... read more...


S-E, B-G win three titles; UV’s Peet named MOW

Wrestling ONEONTA – B-G-Afton and Sherburne-Earlville each crowned three champions, and the two local clubs placed third and fifth respectively at the Ross Cordell Oneonta ... read more...


Community

Order Habitat carnations now for Sweetheart Day

OXFORD – Key volunteer, Sandra Colton is the new leader for Chenango County Habitat for Humanity’s 16th annual Red Carnation Sale. The sale will raise funds to support Chenang... read more...


Opinion

Warning: Column contains 2010 spoilers

I just got my crystal ball back from the cleaners and have looked deep into the coming year. While not every prediction I made last year came true – Tiger Woods did not win th... read more...


Re-Solution

Look far enough into any life and you’ll find room for improvement, but in most cases it only takes half a glance – my own life not being an exception. As I mature, my ways ge... read more...


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