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Maple producers lament short sap season

BAINBRIDGE – Reed Baker has plenty of descriptives to refer to this year’s lackluster maple season; none of them, however, are fit to print. “It was less than half a crop,” s... read more...


Crouch announces run for re-election

GUILFORD – Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R,I-Guilford) has announced his intention to run for re-election in the State Assembly for the 107th Assembly District. With his ann... read more...


NBT Bank, Frontier sponsor Commerce Chenango’s 51st annual dinner

NORWICH – Commerce Chenango has announced the recipients of the 2010 awards to be presented at the 51st Annual Dinner on April 14 at the Canasawacta Country Club. The Raymond ... read more...


Chenango United Way completes needs assessment

NORWICH – The Chenango United Way announced this week the completion of its Community Needs Assessment study, and has made the information available to those interested on its... read more...


Sports

Norwich boys win; Woodford sets MAC record

Track and Field Norwich 79, Cazenovia 62 (boys) Cazenovia 102, Norwich 39 (girls) CAZENOVIA – Norwich won 12 of 17 events, and beat Cazenovia in a non-league meet Thursda... read more...


Oxford bats come to life against Unatego

Softball Oxford 14, Unatego 4 OXFORD – Oxford rebounded from its second loss of the season with its third double-digit scoring performance of the season on Thursday aftern... read more...


Community

Chenango United Way holds Miniature Golf Tournament

NORWICH – The Chenango United Way will hold its annual Miniature Golf Tournament with party day (18 and over only) beginning at 3 p.m. Friday and family fun day (open to the p... read more...


Opinion

Nothing miserable about Les Misérables

I knew if I waited long enough, Mark Sands and his band of thespians at Norwich High School would do my favorite musical. Lord knows I’ve sat through enough shows that definit... read more...


Entertainment

UV, G-MU host theater performances this weekend

NEW BERLIN – This weekend two area schools will be inviting the local community to see the high school students put on their annual play. • The Unadilla Valley High School w... read more...


Otselic Valley Drama Club to present Aida, School Edition

OTSELIC – The Otselic Valley Drama Club will present Aida, School Edition at 7:30 p.m. tonight and Saturday in the high school multi-purpose room. Expect the unexpected as thi... read more...


Three new exhibits at Earlville Opera House Gallery

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House Arts Center opens a new exhibit “Parting of the Ways” by Sethsasek Boonchai in the East Gallery on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. with refr... read more...


Cui’s work featured in Bainbridge

aBAINBRIDGE – In celebration of the Town Hall Theater’s 100th Anniversary, The Jericho Arts Council invites the public to a special gallery show. Jian Cui (pronounced “swee”)... read more...


DVD Patrol: The Toddster’s take on some great TV shows

Let’s see what’s good, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is always looking for good TV shows so we thought we would take a look at some shows that have been breakout hits and some ot... read more...


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