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The Silo stages first snow sculpturing contest this weekend

COVENTRY – Gary Kurz hopes next week he’ll look out his restaurant’s large picture windows and see snow sculptures in all shapes and sizes. “I’m not an artist, but I’ve alway... read more...


Unadilla Valley stares down huge budget gap

NEW BERLIN – Following a year of unprecedented cutbacks to several programs and the elimination of two dozen positions, the Unadilla Valley School District, like many others, ... read more...


Six nabbed in drug bust

NORWICH – Six people allegedly involved in a crack cocaine trafficking ring between Norwich and Syracuse were arrested last week. The bust followed several months of investiga... read more...


Second annual Trailblazers banquet to benefit Friends of the NRA

NORWICH – The local chapter of Friends of the National Rifle Association (NRA) will officially kick-off its 2011 fundraising campaign with the second annual Trailblazers banqu... read more...


Sports

Norwich drops division playoff game

BINGHAMTON – The last time Norwich was held under 40 points was the finals of the Section IV Class B tournament almost a year ago when Seton Catholic Central topped the Purple... read more...


Gormley captures 5th sectional title

BINGHAMTON – B-G/Afton’s Danny Gormley placed himself among the elite wrestlers in Section IV history winning a fifth Section IV championship, while Norwich’s Tristan Rifanbur... read more...


Big second half keys G-MU's win over Vikings

Boys’ Basketball G-MU 54, Otselic Valley 35 COPES CORNERS – G-MU surged in the third period to take control of its game with Otselic Valley Friday night and earn its 13th... read more...


Community

Family Sledding Night a success in Oxford

Olivia Brown, Marianna Spence and Audrey Claire Gregory giggle with delight as they pull themselves to their feet after a sledding run at the Oxford Primary School’s Family Sl... read more...


Jumping for a cause

Joann Stafford’s third graders at Perry Browne Elementary School participated in the American Heart Association’s Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser last week. Through the program... read more...


Opinion

Don’t confuse me with facts

Al Gore is the driver who refuses to stop to ask directions. “Honey, we were supposed to be in Syracuse ten hours ago. The last sign we passed said Cincinnati five miles ahea... read more...


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