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Milford Academy, New Berlin have yet to reach land agreement

NEW BERLIN – The Village of New Berlin Board voted this month to modify a two-year-old land offer to Milford Academy after both were unable to come to an agreement. The land ... read more...


Flying 101: Oxford middle schoolers learn about aviation

OXFORD – For private pilot Dave Dibbell, one of life’s greatest joys is flying the private plane he keeps hangared at Norwich’s Lt. Warren E. Eaton Airport. Another, is spark... read more...


Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser this weekend

NORWICH – The Norwich High School Junior Varsity and Varsity Boys Basketball teams won’t be the only ones pitching in for the American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer fun... read more...


Local law prohibits even trace amounts of radiation in landfill

PHARSALIA – A local law barring any radioactive materials from disposal at the Pharsalia Landfill would have to be changed if Chenango County decides to go into the business o... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Haley Witchella, Oxford

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor pnewell@evesun.com At any time in a game, Oxford senior Haley Witchella could be a one-person fast break where she leaps for a defensive... read more...


Greene races to impressive road victory

Boys’ Basketball Greene 58, Windsor 44 WINDSOR – Coming off one of its more flat performances at Delhi last week, Greene returned to the hardwood floor with one of its bes... read more...


Friday sports schedule

Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 Girls’ Basketball (5:30 p.m. JV unless noted) Delhi at Bainbridge-Guilford Unadilla Valley at Unatego Owego at Norwich, 6 p.m. JV G-MU at Franklin... read more...


Pigskin Classic hopes to become 'Macker of football'

NORTH NORWICH – Tournament organizers are calling the Chenango County Pigskin Classic, presented by Pride of the Paw, the football version of Gus Macker. Aug. 5-7 this year, t... read more...


Community

Salanger joins NBT board

NORWICH – NBT Bank President and Chief Executive Officer Martin Dietrich announced that United Health Services President and CEO Matthew Salanger has been appointed to the ban... read more...


Opinion

Cleanliness is next to Progressliness

With Progress Chenango 2011, inarguably our most expansive project of the year, squarely behind us with the final installments in today’s edition, it’s time to turn our attent... read more...


Entertainment

Mad Agnes’ farewell tour stops at 6OTS Saturday

OXFORD – Mad Agnes, the trio internationally famous for their fusion of pop, folk, and exquisite, classical contrapuntal harmonies, is returning to the 6 On The Square (6OTS) ... read more...


DVD Patrol

We’re heating things up, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is keeping its’ promises and the Toddster does his best to deliver. Not only so we have some new movies on DVD but also som... read more...


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