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Legislators hear concerns of Chenango school board members

COVENTRY – The impact of the governor’s proposed state aid cuts, the ever-increasing demands of unfunded mandates and fears of consolidation topped the list of concerns local ... read more...


Norwich resident blamed for Eaton accident

EATON – Four adults and four children were injured in a motor vehicle collision Friday evening after a Norwich man, who was allegedly driving on a suspended license, passed th... read more...


Chenango County Urges Caution Due to Localized Flash Flooding

Multiple roadways are flooded due to snow melt and precipitation moving through the area. Emergency personnel and public works have closed several roadways due to culvert floo... read more...


County plans public road projects for 2010

NORWICH – Chenango County’s contribution from reserves to support the highway department has fallen off over the past five years by $1 million – from $9.6 in 2005 to $8.6 in 2... read more...


Otselic Valley looks at going to single campus

SOUTH OTSELIC – Governor David Paterson’s proposed executive budget, which estimates $4,117,860 in state aid cuts for Chenango County schools, will make for a “tough and painf... read more...


Sports

NHS title hopes still intact

NORWICH – Johnson City may have denied Norwich a Stop-DWI title four weeks ago, but it is the Tornado who will forge ahead with STAC division title hopes still intact. Richie... read more...


G-MU continues its marked late-season improvement with win over Panthers

Evening Sun Report Boys’ Basketball G-MU 60, Edmeston 50 COPES CORNERS – G-MU continued its marked late-season improvement avenging an early-season loss to Edmeston, w... read more...


Norwich’s young wrestlers impress at STAC tourney

Wrestling JOHNSON CITY – Norwich proved it has the best trio of lightweights in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference, and maybe the entire section. Seventh-graders Trista... read more...


Community

Sledding night in Oxford this Friday

Oxford first graders Colby Crandall and Cooper Rice were among the scores of Oxford Primary School students and their families who braved the cold on Friday night to take part... read more...


Businesses, local celebrities, and cookie experts come together to support the Children’s Center

NORWICH – Local celebrities from the Norwich Fire Chief to the Queen of Cookies have come forward this month to support the 2nd Annual Night of Cookies and Cream, the Children... read more...


Pennysaver hosts judging for state awards

NORWICH – For over 30 years, the Free Community Papers of New York Association has rewarded the best graphic designers in the region through its annual awards competition, and... read more...


NBT Bank, Preferred Mutual support 2010 Chenango Lake Perch Derby

OXFORD – The Oxford Lions Club is pleased to announce that NBT Bank is sponsoring the $1000 prize for the first perch caught with a 2010 tag at the Chenango Lake Perch Derby t... read more...


Opinion

What is he made of?

Soon we will learn what Barack Obama is made of. Is he mostly politician? Or is he mostly ideologist, one who clings to an ideology through gravy and gruel. He lost more in M... read more...


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