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Despite overhaul, gas wastewater still a problem

NEW YORK (AP) – Pennsylvania’s natural gas drillers are still flushing vast quantities of contaminated wastewater into rivers that supply drinking water, despite major progres... read more...


Sherburne’s St. Paddy’s Day parade celebrates 10th anniversary

SHERBURNE – Representatives from about 50 organizations will march in Sherburne’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, including three bagpipe groups, three Irish dance groups ... read more...


Dr. Seuss Family Fun Night tomorrow at Stanford Gibson Elementary

NORWICH – For over five decades, the works of Theodor Seuss Geisel – better known as the illustrious Dr. Seuss – have thrilled the imaginations of young readers. In celebratio... read more...


Farmers converge on Albany during Farm Bureau Lobby Day

ALBANY – More than 300 farmers from across the state converged on Albany Monday for the New York Farm Bureau’s annual Lobby Day, including a contingent from Chenango. Chenang... read more...


You can’t cap everything, according to county DSS Commissioner

NORWICH – Governor Cuomo’s 2011-2012 executive budget proposal to cap the state’s share of Medicaid, take-over the administration of the medical services program and cut healt... read more...


Sports

Wendt sets school records for RIT

WEBSTER– The RIT men's swimming and diving team placed seventh out of 13 teams at the 2011 UNYSCSA/Empire 8 Championships, held at the Webster Aquatic Center last weekend. RI... read more...


South Kortright too much for G-MU

Girls’ Basketball South Kortright 46, G-MU 20 ONEONTA – South Kortright played to its number one seed in the Section IV Class D Tournament, and eliminated G-MU from the po... read more...


Bonnell places in three events at SUNYAC league championship

GENEVA – SUNY Cortland freshman, Sarah Bonnell (Norwich High School) registered two second-place finishes and one third-place finish to highlight Cortland’s performances at th... read more...


Community

Oxford marks Worl Day of Prayer Friday

OXFORD – The Church Women United (CWU) of Oxford and the World Day of Prayer USA Committee have collaborated to present a World Day of Prayer, at the New York State Veterans’ ... read more...


Benefit for Jim Wright this weekend

SHERBURNE – The friends and family of Jim and Maureen Wright will be sponsoring an All Day Benefit for Jim on Saturday at the Sherburne American Legion, Jim suffered a stroke ... read more...


Opinion

Going up?

There’s a serious lack of balance when it comes to consumerism these days, and that’s putting it mildly. From milk to bread, gasoline, cable television to the occasional cinem... read more...


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