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Commerce Chenango recognizes members at annual luncheon

SHERBURNE – Commerce Chenango recognized two community members, a local business owner and a non-profit Wednesday at the organization’s 10th Annual Membership Appreciation Lun... read more...


South Ot hosts Fishing Heritage Day Saturday

SOUTH OTSELIC – The Otselic Valley Fishing & Heritage Association (OVF&HA) is proud to announce that on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the small rural community of South Otse... read more...


Employees at Public Safety Facility regularly eat for free

NORWICH – Rumors have long flown that Chenango County’s public safety employees have been eating meals served in the jail’s kitchen for free, or rather, on the taxpayer’s dime... read more...


Chenango sales tax collections up

NORWICH – Sales tax collections in Chenango County were up nearly 14 percent after the first three months of 2011. Chenango County Treasurer William C. Craine reported that ... read more...


Sports

Spring 2011 on verge of setting all-time precip record

So much for our monsoonal-type weather to suddenly stop. A few dry days, and then it’s back to seemingly an endless string of days with rain, showers or t-storms on every day’... read more...


S-E girls play 'best game of season'

Softball Sauquoit Valley 17, Sherburne-Earlville 12 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville threw a scare at Center State Conference Division II leader Sauquoit Valley Wednesday a... read more...


NHS Hall of Fame profile: Jason Morris

Editor’s note: The profile on Jason Morris was written by Pete Smith, a 1963 Norwich High School graduate. This is a sixth in a series of articles on the inaugural Norwich S... read more...


Community

St. Malachy's hosts spaghetti supper tonight

St. Malachy’s Catholic Church in Sherburne will host a Spaghetti Supper tonight from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Prepping the free will-offering dinner Wednesday night were Florence Symond... read more...


Schools of the Past: Greene Road One, First School (1925-1932) – Part II

This week we will continue with Mrs. Thompson’s documentation as follows. “Learning to write taught us Palmer Method script from the outset. As soon as we could form letter... read more...


Opinion

Pollen count

I love spring, but it doesn’t always love me. Which is why Zyrtec – or more precisely, its generic cousin – is my friend. Without my daily dose of this miracle drug (and the c... read more...


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