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Police looking for hit and run suspect

NORWICH – The Norwich City Police are asking for help finding a hit and run driver who left the scene of an accident along West Main Street Monday. Police responded at 10:41... read more...


Norwich Family YMCA to host 2nd annual Chili Cook-Off

NORWICH – The Norwich Family YMCA will host its second annual Chili Cook-Off from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, with all proceeds to benefit the American Cancer Society and the Boston... read more...


Smithville passes local law concerning dog licensing

SMITHVILLE FLATS – With the passage of local law number one for the year of 2011, the Town of Smithville became the latest municipality to go into the “dog business.” The law... read more...


Sports

Bonney wins 5th rookie honor

GENEVA –After leading the Hobart College basketball team to its first 3-0 start in conference play since 2002-03, senior guard Tim Llewellyn (West York/York, Pa.) and first-y... read more...


Community

Carpenter graduates from Institute for Organization Management

NORWICH – Maureen P. Carpenter, EDP, IOM, President & CEO of Commerce Chenango, has received the designation of IOM (Institute for Organization Management) from the U.S. Chamb... read more...


National Honor Society members inducted at S-E

SHERBURNE – The Sherburne-Earlville High School recently had the privilege of inducting 32 new members (31 juniors and 1 senior) to our local chapter of the National Honor Soc... read more...


Area students named to Morrisville State College dean’s list

MORRISVILLE – Morrisville State College recently announced those students who were named to the dean’s list for the fall 2010 semester. To be named to the dean’s list, a stud... read more...


Walk Healthy Chenango begins second session

NORWICH – The second leg of the “Walk Healthy Chenango” campaign kicked off at the Winter Living Celebration at Rogers Environmental Education Center on Dec. 19. Participants ... read more...


Opinion

Raspberry Finn

You’ve all heard the news that Mark Twain’s classic anti-slavery, anti-racist book has been changed to take out a very offensive word so more teachers would feel comfortable u... read more...


We believe in Progress

I once fell asleep standing up at my post during an overnight double shift. I’ve picked rocks from farmer’s fields, milked cows, shoveled manure. I’ve doled out cigarettes and... read more...


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