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Who's competing at this year's Sherburne Pageant of Bands?

By Jon Armstrong The 2010 Sherburne Pageant of Bands, beginning today and culminating with the Grand Parade at 1 p.m. Saturday, is marked with a few changes that will make ... read more...


New Berlin looking for park land to complete Milford deal

NEW BERLIN – The Village is searching for a new area to designate as a public park to replace recreational area lost after the municipality sold a parcel of land to Milford Ac... read more...


Concerns raised over placing welfare recipients at work sites

NORWICH – About 40 percent of the cash assistance recipients in Chenango County who are employable have criminal backgrounds, and because the state welfare program requires a ... read more...


Oxford’s first Community Flea Market this Sunday

OXFORD – Antiques, collectibles and other assorted treasures will be among the offerings at Oxford’s first Community Flea Market, scheduled to take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m... read more...


Sports

Even turkey hunters can start thinking about fishing this month

With Monday’s closing of this year’s spring turkey hunting season, many sportsmen and women’s lives can return to a semblance of normalcy or at least about as close as any avi... read more...


G-MU knocked out of playoffs

Baseball Hancock 12, G-MU 6 HANCOCK – Cody Wellman blasted a grand slam in the second inning as Hancock shot past G-MU, and eliminated the Raiders from the Section IV, Cla... read more...


Local athletes garner top seeds at state qualifier

VESTAL – Vestal High School will host the 2010 Section IV state qualifier beginning today at 3 p.m. Juniors Chad Noelle of Greene and Katie Woodford of Oxford enter the quali... read more...


Community

Local author challenges educational system in latest offering

NORWICH – Local author and speaker John Taylor Gatto, a self-described “freelance, unaffiliated critic of institutional schooling worldwide,” will speak from 5 to 8 p.m. on Ju... read more...


Schools of the Past: Columbus – District #5 Bingham District

The first order of business with this article is an apology to the Warren Johnson family for the error in the April 13 article relevant to District #3 - Columbus Center. At th... read more...


Oxford Garden Club plans annual plant sale

OXFORD – The Oxford Garden Club (OGC) members have been very busy planting and making the Village beautiful. Recently you may have seen the wonderful landscaping volunteers di... read more...


Weight Watchers meeting at Norwich Family YMCA

NORWICH – The Norwich Family YMCA began hosting a Weight Watchers meeting on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. beginning Mid-April. Both organizations aim to create a long-term, healthy lif... read more...


Opinion

I will pack and take a train

Editor’s note: This is the first half of a two-part column. The second will appear in Friday’s edition. “God! I will pack, and take a train, and get me to England once aga... read more...


Decisions, Decisions

I guess you could say I’m indecisive. I have no problem making snap decisions about things I feel strongly about. No, those I can handle. It’s the small, seemingly inconsequen... read more...


Entertainment

Cook Park open for the season in Greene

GREENE – Cook Park, located off of 189 Parks St. in Greene, opened for the 2010 season this past weekend. Chenango County’s largest public recreational facility offers 180 a... read more...


Pageant of Bands Jazz Competition to stream live on Internet

SHERBURNE – From 3:15 to 8:45 p.m. today and 3:15 to 9:30 p.m. tomorrow, the Sherburne Pageant of Bands Jazz Competition will stream live on the Internet, a first for the annu... read more...


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