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“A Way for Renee” to benefit Oxford woman battling cancer

OXFORD – Renee Horstman has always been a hard worker. As a teenager, she worked alongside her mother Priscilla at her business, Horstman’s Nursery and Landscaping. When her m... read more...


City looking to snare grant money for Kurt Beyer renovations

NORWICH – As part of an effort to obtain grant money for the renovation of Kurt Beyer Pool, city officials are asking for input from residents who use the pool on a regular b... read more...


Drug offender sentenced to 3 1/2 years in state prison

NORWICH – There will be no more ‘get out of jail free’ cards for an Oxford woman who initially skirted prison by entering drug treatment court. Kara L. Conklin, 39, will serv... read more...


Norse Energy announces transition to shale development in New York

OSLO, NORWAY – Norse Energy Corp. has announced that its corporate resources will be reallocated to focus on natural gas production within the Marcellus and Utica shale format... read more...


Sports

Familiar faces lead CCC Member-Guest

PLYMOUTH – A total of 19 teams shot even par or better in the first round of the Canasawacta Country Club Men’s Member-Guest Tournament, and it was a pair of familiar faces wh... read more...


Pigskin Classic begins tonight

NORTH NORWICH – More than 90 players on eight teams in junior high and high school divisions will take the field at Galena Park in North Norwich for this weekend’s inaugural C... read more...


Cwynar wins STLA event

PLYMOUTH – Patti Cwynar of Norwich posted one of the lowest scratch scores in women’s history Monday afternoon at Canasawacta Country Club. Cwynar, playing in a Southern Tier... read more...


Community

At the Fair: Exciting changes in store for Tractors of Yesteryear

NORWICH – Join the Tractors of Yestyear club next Saturday at the Chenango County Fair, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a tractor pull. Grandstand admission is free and the Chenang... read more...


Roving Rabbis: Rabbinic pair brings Judaism to Chenango and Delaware

NORWICH – This summer two young Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis will visit Chenango and Delaware Counties as part of a three week-long outreach project to Chenango and Deleware Count... read more...


Opinion

Time for grownups

Finally, the Responsibility Caucus has spoken. A total of 343 lawmakers, from both chambers and both parties, supported a bill to raise the debt ceiling and avoid financial ca... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

Time to get moving, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol has been on the move even with half the summer already gone. Where does the time go? The Toddster has been on the move trying to... read more...


Music in the Park

J.J. Grey and Mofro performed Thursday night in West Park, Norwich as part of the Chenango Blues Association’s Free Summer Concert Series. Over 1,000 people attended the conce... read more...


EOH Galleries open two new exhibits

EARLVILLE – Meet the unique individuals showing their work at the Earlville Opera House Arts Center on Saturday, from noon to 3 p.m. Come help celebrate their fascinating exhi... read more...


“Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” premieres at Chenango River Theatre

GREENE – In the same vein as last year’s smash hit “The Marvelous Wonderettes,” the new musical “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” (co-produced by NBT Bank and Cool 100), features ma... read more...


Palace Theater presents ‘Aladdin’ tonight

HAMILTON – Magic Carpets….Genis….Adventure, it’s all live in the theater production of “Aladdin.” Aladdin, the magic Geni, and cast perform the live family theater production ... read more...


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