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Controversial “Option 3” off the table after first capital project meeting

OXFORD – An anticipated lack of community support has led Oxford’s school leaders to cross the controversial unified Pre K-12 campus option off the list of potential choices f... read more...


Man charged with drug possession after fleeing during traffic stop

AFTON – New York State Police say they arrested a man on drug charges early Saturday morning after he ran from his vehicle into the woods during a traffic stop. At around 8:3... read more...


Reform package could make SUNY centers of job creation

ALBANY – Governor David A. Paterson has announced that his 2010-2011 Executive Budget will include the most significant reforms to New York State’s system of higher education ... read more...


Miles joins Guilford town board

GUILFORD – Mt. Upton resident Michael Miles was sworn in as the Town of Guilford’s newest town councilman on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Miles was appointed to fill out the remainder... read more...


Landowners plan Albany rally

OXFORD – Rumors of a local land coalition losing out on a $70 million lease because the natural gas company feared drilling would be banned in New York are prompting land owne... read more...


Community

Leadership participants get inside look at local government

NORWICH – A group of aspiring local leaders had the opportunity to spend the day recently in the Chenango County Board of Supervisors chambers, occupying the very seats the co... read more...


S-E inducts new members into National Honor Society

Sherburne-Earlville High School’s National Honor Society chapter held its Induction ceremony for new members on Jan. 12. Front row: Haley Paul, Victoria Robertson, Ashley Rund... read more...


Commerce Chenango hosts webinar on natural gas development

NORWICH – As development of Marcellus shale natural gas grows in Pennsylvania and New York, business people statewide are being invited to a series of early morning seminars t... read more...


Norwich High School Youth Philanthropy Council seeks proposals for 2010 funding

NORWICH – The Norwich High School Youth Philanthropy Council is a foundation at Norwich High School comprised of 10 upperclassmen. During the fall semester, students complete... read more...


Opinion

Don’t bring food to the dinner table

I don’t know if it’s an ironclad rule, but I’ve always heard it is considered impolite to talk about religion, politics or money at the dinner table. It makes sense, because w... read more...


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