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Uncertainty plagues Empire Zone program

NORWICH – Uncertainty surrounding New York’s Empire Development Zone program is damaging its reputation with site selectors and companies that might otherwise look favorably u... read more...


Man changes mind on plea deal after being thrown in jail

NORWICH – A man pleaded guilty last week to having sex with a minor after he was thrown in jail for threatening the victim at his last court appearance. On Feb. 8, Michael A... read more...


United Way campaign falls just short of goal, but will maintain last year’s funding levels

NORWICH – The Chenango United Way raised $423,032 during its 2009 campaign, 91 percent of its $465,000 goal, Executive Director Elizabeth Monaco announced Thursday. “The dow... read more...


Oxford’s capital project planning process “plodding along”

OXFORD – Oxford leaders are pushing forward with the planning process for a large-scale Phase II building project, even while they struggle with developing next year’s budget ... read more...


Sports

Norwich takes division tiebreaker

BINGHAMTON – It wasn’t a LeBron James chase-down blocked shot, but Andrew Austin’s hustle play at the end of the first half was just as effective as James’ defensive calling c... read more...


Number four in Section IV for Greene’s Beckwith

BINGHAMTON – It was number four in Section IV for the 2010 Section IV Small School Division’s most outstanding wrestler, Tyler Beckwith of Greene. Beckwith won his fourth str... read more...


Oxford completes fourth straight perfect run through division play

Boys’ Basketball Oxford 60, Bainbridge-Guilford 43 BAINBRIDGE – Oxford completed its fourth straight perfect run through MAC Division II play, and extended its division wi... read more...


Oxford sets up one-game playoff

Girls’ Basketball Oxford 45, B-G 27 BAINBRIDGE – Oxford clinched a share of the MAC Division II title Friday – along with Harpursville – its first piece of a divisional c... read more...


NHS’s Ostrom captures two section titles

OWEGO – Norwich senior swimmer Trey Ostrom became the first Norwich swimmer in eight years to sweep the 50- and 100-yard freestyles, and was the Class B and overall Section IV... read more...


Community

Sherburne-Earlville kids raise relief aid for Haiti

SHERBURNE – The idea began with a bake sale initiated by Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School fourth-grader Madeleine Mood and later turned into a school-wide read-a-thon t... read more...


Golden expands heavy body acrylic product offerings

COLUMBUS – Golden Artist Colors is expanding its most popular paint line, the Heavy Body Acrylics. Building on the strength of this category, Golden is adding five new colors:... read more...


Nominations now being accepted for 2010 Dan Marshman Ag Leadership Award

CHENANGO COUNTY – In life, Dan Marshman exemplified leadership in the local agricultural community. For him, the saying, “Being a leader is not what they call you, it’s what t... read more...


Opinion

Not listening

Politicians are not listening. And that is probably a good thing for the country. Of course, I will explain.  A recent poll found a lot of disgruntled Americans. About 63 pe... read more...


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