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State reps survey flood, tornado damage

NORWICH – Representatives from the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo joined city, county and state officials on Thursday to assess the damage at several sites across Chenango Co... read more...


Friends of Rogers volunteers ready for Earth Fest

SHERBURNE – This weekend the Rogers Environmental Education Center will celebrate the 10th annual Earth Fest, which has only been made possible by volunteers. The annual even... read more...


Child Advocacy Center finds a new home in downtown Norwich

NORWICH – Last Friday, a new Child Advocacy Center opened in downtown Norwich to serve as a hub for those responding to violence and sex abuse crimes against children. The ce... read more...


National Weather Service confirms third tornado touchdown in Chenango

GILBERTSVILLE – The National Weather Service has so far confirmed that three separate tornadoes plus a macroburst struck in or near Chenango County during last week’s severe s... read more...


McDonough Fire Department holds antique appraisal fundraiser

MCDONOUGH – The McDonough Fire Department is holding an Antique Appraisal Friday night, with funds from the event going to the local station. The event goes from 6 to 8 p.m. ... read more...


Community Expo and Job Fair this weekend

NORWICH – Area businesses, non-profits and other community groups will showcase their products and services this weekend during the 2011 Chenango County Community Expo and Job... read more...


Smyrna post office may consolidate or close

SMYRNA – Residents were alerted Wednesday that the Smyrna Post Office may be closing or consolidated, and a rural route carrier service implemented instead. A letter arrived ... read more...


Sports

Athlete of the Week: Patrick Taylor

Last season, Patrick Taylor, just a sophomore for Norwich, was named the track and field team’s MVP. It was quite an honor for the young man, who was competing with so many ta... read more...


B-G outslugs Greene, 11-7

Baseball Bainbridge-Guilford 11, Greene 7 GREENE – Bainbridge-Guilford picked up its sixth win of the season topping Greene in a back-and-forth contest Thursday. Greene s... read more...


Allegro Run for the Arts steps off Saturday

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts is now accepting registrations for its annual 5K fundraising run, “The Allegro Run for the Arts”. The race begins at the Coun... read more...


Community

S-E Drama Club receives state Merit Awards

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville Drama Club received notification that they are recipients of three Theatre Association of New York State (TANYS) Roving Adjudicator Merit Award... read more...


Opinion

Time for some friendly compromise

“Let us think back to the sense of unity that prevailed on 9/11.” Using his triumphal announcement that Osama bin Laden had been killed, President Obama tried once again to ca... read more...


Entertainment

Annual Fine Arts Show opens on Saturday in Bainbridge

BAINBRIDGE – What if someone told you that the work of the finest artists in the area would all be in one place for one week, and that you could go and see it all for free? We... read more...


McMule: That Americana Sound comes to Earlville

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House welcomes a band that is getting a lot of airplay on the Americana radio stations! Find out more about that Americana sound on Saturday, M... read more...


DVD Patrol

Hello, all you Royal Patrollers! The DVD Patrol hopes everyone is recovering from the big wedding this past week. I know a lot of people were quite choked up at watching such ... read more...


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