Daily Archive for Friday, February 18th, 2011 Back to Archive listing | [ < Previous Day ] [ Next Day > ]

News Stories

Top Stories

Owner wants new chapter for downtown book store

NORWICH – Established in July of 1982, the First Edition Book Store has been a favorite stop for downtown shoppers, and for twenty-plus years – first as an employee and later ... read more...


From ink and paper to laser and glass

NORWICH – In January of 2010, the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued a state-wide mandate saying it would no longer accept classic ink and paper fin... read more...


Norwich must face “new reality,” super says

NORWICH – Faced with more than a $2.8 million gap between revenue and expenses, the Norwich City School District’s top administrator told school leaders this week that failure... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Rifanburg looks to make history again

Tristan Rifanburg made New York State wrestling history last February when he became the first seventh-grader to win a state championship. Rifanburg also became the first Norw... read more...


Oxford holds off Greene, 53-50

Boys’ Basketball Oxford 53, Greene 50 OXFORD – Oxford survived four Greene shot attempts in the last 15 seconds that would have tied the game or given the Trojans the lead... read more...


B-G, G-MU girls playing for league titles

Harpursville, led by Section IV’s all-time leading scorer, Hannah Kimmel, will aim at winning a third straight Midstate Athletic Conference championship Saturday at 6 p.m. at ... read more...


Community

Volunteers needed at Hospice and Palliative Care of Chenango

NORWICH – Hospice and Palliative Care of Chenango County is currently seeking eight to ten people for its patient/family volunteer program, a unique opportunity to receive in-... read more...


6OTS’ “Local Talent Night” Saturday features Jacqui Rayne and Melissa Clark

OXFORD – Each year, 6 On The Square’s (6OTS) “Local Talent Night” features some of the gifted musicians who have appeared at their Open Mic. This year, on Saturday at 7:30 p.m... read more...


Opinion

Goodbye, my friend

I remember the very first thing I ever said to him, staring into those pleading brown puppy-dog eyes: “You’re a beagle.” He knew that, probably, but aside from stating the ob... read more...


Entertainment

Council of the Arts joins in national economic impact study

NORWICH – Chenango County Council of the Arts announced it has joined Arts & Economic Prosperity IV. The research study, which is being conducted by Americans for the Arts, Am... read more...


Back to Archive listing | [ < Previous Day ] [ Next Day > ]
© 2014 Snyder Communications/The Evening Sun
29 Lackawanna Avenue, Norwich, NY 13815 - (607) 334-3276
We're on Facebook