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Flood gates held back the waters at Oxford Middle School

OXFORD – Due to the good foresight and the efforts of various members of the community, the Oxford Middle School weathered the flooding caused by Tropical Storm Lee with relat... read more...


Window smashing at Y leads to arrest

NORWICH – A 22-year-old Norwich man has been charged with one count of second degree criminal mischief following a window-smashing spree that occurred early Sunday morning. C... read more...


Friday morning fire lays waste to camper, addition in Plymouth

PLYMOUTH – A small camper and addition located northwest of the Town of Plymouth were completely burned to the ground Friday morning as a result of fire and an impromptu firew... read more...


Natoli challenged, Norwich Alderman Jeffrey in race for county supervisor

NORWICH – Nine-term City of Norwich Supervisor Linda E. Natoli has competition this election year. Under the independent platform title, “Time For A Change,” City of Norwich ... read more...


Sports

S-E records fourth shutout; Norwich wins first

Boys’ Soccer Sherburne-Earlville 1, Canastota 0 SHERBURNE – Sherburne improved to 5-1-1 on the season picking up its fourth shutout in a victory over Canastota Saturday. ... read more...


Sidney doubles up Norwich, 12-6

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor pnewell@evesun.com SIDNEY – The town of Sidney, like many other area communities, was wracked by the devastating flood of last week. As ... read more...


Off the Map Week 12: Spring cleaning

My performance on the slopes of Sonora Peak was underwhelming. I was breathing hard and felt sapped of vitality, which did not bode well for the more ambitious hikes I’d plann... read more...


Bobcats buoyed by passing game

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor BAINBRIDGE – Bainbridge-Guilford run-first offense now has a worthy complement: An effective passing game. Not since Brendan Baldwin th... read more...


Football Roundup: Greene wins in OT

Football Greene 25, Unatego 19 (OT) OTEGO – Facing its stiffest test to date, Greene passed with flying colors Saturday night beating Unatego in overtime. Getting the ba... read more...


NHS girls fall to CV, G-MU

Girls’ Soccer Chenango Valley 2, Norwich 1 G-MU 4, Norwich 1 NORWICH – After trading goals with Norwich early in the second half, Chenango Valley’s Ashley Lawrence knocke... read more...


Community

Once Upon a Dance – At the Grove

Editor’s Note: The Norwich Dance Club is celebrating the history of ballroom dancing in Chenango County this week with a number of events, including an exhibit at Guernsey Mem... read more...


Opinion

A major game changer?

This may be a major game changer. Why does Al Gore rant? To make money, for sure. But also to warn us of global warming. Sorry, he changed that to “climate change”. Caused by... read more...


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