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FEMA brings mobile recovery center to Oxford

OXFORD – A mobile Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster recovery unit will be stationed on Rt. 12 in downtown Oxford through Thursday. According to Public Information... read more...


McDonough voters have familiar choice for supervisor

MCDONOUGH – Once again, it will be up to voters on Nov. 8 whether to chose Arrington J. Canor or Homer D. Smith to supervise McDonough for the next two years. Neither candida... read more...


Sabines expected to take the stand as burglary trial continues

NORWICH – The felony trial of 24-year-old Daniel Sabines of Oxford will continue today as the prosecution wraps up its case against the accused burglar. On Tuesday, Judge W. H... read more...


YMCA scholarships help out in a down economy

NORWICH – The Norwich Family YMCA still offers many of its scholarships and assistance programs even as it prepares for its upcoming annual support campaign. The Unemploymen... read more...


Sports

OV girls qualify for Section III playoffs

Girls’ Soccer Otselic Valley 3, Brookfield 2 SOUTH OTSELIC – A flurry of goals were scored in the final 21 minutes, the last and decisive goal coming from Nikki Olin to gi... read more...


LoPiccolo selected to Cortland Hall of Fame

CORTLAND – Eight new members will be inducted into the SUNY Cortland C-Club Hall of Fame during its 43rd annual banquet and ceremonies on Saturday, Oct. 29, in the school’s Co... read more...


Milford Academy extends unbeaten mark

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. – Milford Academy remained unbeaten at 8-0, and won for the 19th time in 20 games blanking Delaware Valley College Monday afternoon, 44-0. University of Conne... read more...


Community

Register your float for the Halloween parade

NORWICH – Anyone who wishes to enter a float in the annual YMCA Halloween Parade must sign up by Monday, Oct. 24. There is no fee to enter. The parade will be held at 2 p.m. ... read more...


Opinion

Who’s really to blame?

Well, it seems that crazy old coot Harold Camping is at it once again. You know, the guy who predicted the end of the world – a.k.a. the Rapture – back in May. This time aroun... read more...


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