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Economic Forecast: More cold ahead

NORWICH – What’s the economic forecast? Cold with a chance of snow for the foreseeable future, according to Tulsa entrepreneur Clayton Clark. “We can’t change the weather. Wh... read more...


Relay For Life ... The Greatest Cause on Earth

NORWICH – Relay For Life of Chenango officially unveiled its event goal for 2011 – $155,000 – and introduced this year’s theme as “Circus: Relay For Life ... The Greatest Caus... read more...


Boon or Bust Part VII: Regulations, taxation differ in New York and Pa., but economic benefits prevail from developing n

Editor’s Note: This is the last in a seven-part series on natural gas drilling gleaned from a staff outing to Pennsylvania last December. DIMOCK – After publishing more th... read more...


Jury finds man not guilty in sex crimes trial

NORWICH – Following a two-day sex crime trial at the Chenango County Courthouse, a jury returned after two hours of deliberations and declared the defendant not guilty. Clare... read more...


Sports

‘The perfect’ place to live is largely a pipedream

It’s getting pretty close to that annual time of the year (actually winter) when many of our area residents begin to suffer the earliest symptoms of that dreaded North Country... read more...


Five local wrestlers receive at-large bids to state tourney

ALBANY – The New York State Wrestling Tournament announced its at-large wild-card selections Wednesday morning. At-large selections will join sectional champions to complete b... read more...


Dye named to Section IV HOF

BINGHAMTON – New Berlin graduate, Thomas Dye, was named earlier this week to the Section IV Athletics Hall of Fame. In his nomination, Dye was described as “the consummate a... read more...


Norwich gets back on track

Boys’ Basketball Norwich 56, Horseheads 42 HORSEHEADS – As it did in the first meeting this season four weeks ago, Norwich established the bulk of its advantage in the sec... read more...


Community

Mill Artisans offers local artisans a chance to display their wares

SHERBURNE – With its wide variety of locally made decorative gift items – as well as needle-felting and knitting supplies – the recently opened and completely renovated Mill A... read more...


Greene District 15: Coventry Road, Part III

Again we return to the Coventry Road School to relate verbatim the speech that Mildred Folsom Cochrane gave to the fourth grade students at the request of her daughter-in-law ... read more...


Opinion

The celebrity cookie showdown

One day it just appeared on my desk, as if by magic. I returned from a meeting and there it sat, an unassuming glass jar with a translucent label, bearing the words “Stagnaro’... read more...


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