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Village voters head to polls Tuesday

EARLVILLE – Earlville residents go to the voting booth Tuesday to select among candidates for mayor, three trustees and a justice. Village voters will also determine the fate ... read more...


Tuesday is Ag Day in Chenango County

COVENTRY – Agriculture’s role in American life will be the focus of activities on Tuesday, as the country celebrates National Agriculture Day. This year marks the 38th annual ... read more...


Flooding closes Rt. 12 in Sherburne, East Main in Norwich

About three-quarters of a mile of North Main Street (State Route 12) in Sherburne was shut down to all traffic except tractor trailers and emergency vehicles due to flooding... read more...


Perry Browne to host first-ever Spring Technology Fling

NORWICH – Norwich City School District parents and the community at large will have an opportunity to experience the many ways in which modern technology is being utilized at ... read more...


Oxford teen charged with arson after he calls police to report fire

OXFORD – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office charged a 16-year-old Oxford resident with felony arson Friday after he allegedly told officers he was the victim of the crime. ... read more...


Community

Museum hosts first Maple Festival

Reed Baker of Baker’s Maple in Bainbridge shows off his process to Jeff Webster and Museum Director Alan Estus at the Chenango County Historical Society’s first-ever Maple Fes... read more...


Opinion

Training budgets

Suppose your job is to train people. To do certain work at your company. And suppose you use various exams. To find out how well they are trained. Your company puts $200,000 ... read more...


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