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Oxford board extends Squier’s contract

OXFORD – The contract of Oxford Superintendent Randall Squier has been extended again. Monday night, the Oxford Academy and Central School District’s board of education voted... read more...


Frech dancers celebrate 35 years at recital this weekend

NORWICH – Teaching the art of dance is still gratifying for studio owner and principal choreographer/teacher Donna Frech, even after 35 years. “To think back to all of the ki... read more...


State court bans police from K-9 searches without suspicion

NORWICH – Last week the New York Court of Appeals ruled that police can not subject a person or their vehicle to a canine drug search unless the officer develops a “founded su... read more...


Sports

Burnett redefines the word tough

Robb Munro is a middle school history teacher by day at Bainbridge-Guilford. During his off school hours, he is one of the most respected track and field coaches in Central Ne... read more...


Norwich tennis players honored

Norwich’s varsity tennis team handed out its season-ending awards at a recent banquet. In the front from the left are Shames Harper, most improved; Colin Stewart, STAC All-Div... read more...


Commerce Chenango 2010 summer golf event planned

GREENE – Commerce Chenango and title sponsor New York Central Mutual are pleased to announce that the 24th Annual Summer Golf Event will be held on Friday at the Genegantslet ... read more...


Community

Science Fairs, Police Dogs, and Butterflies ... Oh My!

NORWICH – At Holy Family School, learning is synonymous with fun! As the year comes to a close, we help students focus on learning about the world around them, their peers, an... read more...


CMH Foundation tourney raises nearly $33,000

NORWICH – A full flight of 36 teams participated in Chenango Memorial Hospital Foundation’s 13th annual golf tournament and picnic held May 28 at the Canasawacta Country Club.... read more...


Smith’s condiments making headlines as gift for Father’s Day

NORWICH – Local entrepreneur and philanthropist Patsy Smith keeps making national headlines with her mustards, chutneys, vinaigrettes and fruit spreads, many of which were ori... read more...


Opinion

A man’s car is his castle

My car is my office, my filing cabinet, my spare bedroom, my art collection, my summer home, my beach cabana, my sauna, my think tank, my den, my gym locker, my golf locker, m... read more...


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