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Norwich woman killed in trailer fire

NORWICH – The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office – partnered with the Chenango County Bureau of Fire Cause and Origin Team – is continuing its investigation into a residential t... read more...


Flood-disaster relief for farms offered at meeting tomorrow

MOUNT UPTON – Farmers who have experienced flood-related losses to their farm businesses or homes are encouraged to attend an agricultural disaster information meeting at 1 p.... read more...


Local 'Hay for Texas' relief efforts continue

NORWICH – Even though September’s record-breaking storms and subsequent floods took out a great deal of Chenango County’s crops, local farmers are supporting the philanthropic... read more...


DA offers Aikins deal in surveillance case

NORWICH – The District Attorney’s office has offered former Norwich City School District employee Jonathan L. Aikins a deal that would send him to state prison for the next on... read more...


Sports

Greene tops Oxford in title game

Boys’ Soccer Greene 4, Oxford 3 G-MU 2, Norwich 1 OXFORD – Greene’s relentless offensive pressure paid off in the final 10 minutes as 6-foot-4 senior Sam Adams converted ... read more...


Norwich halts Forks' dominance

NORWICH – Chenango Forks’ long reign of dominance over the Norwich football program ended Friday night on rain-soaked Ulrichs Field. The Purple Tornado forced four turnovers ... read more...


Off the Map: Week 13 - Pass or fail

As a plan, it seemed reasonable on its surface. Over two days I would hike upstream along Convict Creek to its icy headwaters, find some way to cross over into the nearby McGe... read more...


Football Roundup: S-E creeps closer to playoff berth

Football Sherburne-Earlville 28, Morrisville-Eaton/Hamilton 0 SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville won its third straight game – all in division play – and crept a step closer ... read more...


Community

Greene's 25th annual Apple Fest

The First United Methodist Church sponsored Greene’s 25th annual Appel Fest over the weekend at Lion’s Field. Evening Sun subscribers can see more photos by clicking on the ca... read more...


Opinion

Promising to create jobs

Can you think of any politician who is not promising he or she will create jobs? The President promises to create them if we slip him another half a billion to spend. All the... read more...


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