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McNitt the ‘voice of the sportsmen’

Bob McNitt was known throughout New York State as the “voice of the sportsmen,” someone who was not afraid to speak up for the causes of conservation and outdoor sports. McNi... read more...


BID names new executive director

NORWICH – A new executive director is hoping to bring new leadership and vision to the Norwich Business Improvement District. The organization named Roz DeRensis as the new B... read more...


Norse puts land rights up for sale

NORWICH – First Norse Energy Inc. fell off projections for drilling 30 wells this year, then it canceled it sandstone drilling program in August, and now Chenango County’s onl... read more...


Armed robber sentenced to six years, tests positive for marijuana while on furlough

NORWICH – For the second time in less than two weeks, a convicted felon granted furlough tested positive for an illegal substance, adding another year to an already agreed-upo... read more...


Sports

Norwich falls to CV

CHENANGO BRIDGE – Instead of running into the playoffs with a full head of steam, Norwich will enter Section IV postseason play with a bit of a limp. Norwich dropped its seco... read more...


Loomis, Stewart win third straight Class B title

Girls’ Tennis Section IV Tournament CHENANGO BRIDGE – The delays due to weather and the change of venue for the finals only delayed the inevitable. After starting the week... read more...


Bobcats advance in Class D playoffs

BAINBRIDGE – All the cliches fit for Bainbridge-Guilford like a well-worn hat. The ball bounced favorably and unfavorably, and the decisive play of the game was determined by ... read more...


Greene gridders finish off perfect regular season

Football Greene 22, Sidney 8 GREENE – For the third time in the last month, Greene came from behind to win. The Trojans scored two special teams touchdowns, and went on to... read more...


Community

Purple Tornado field band places second

NORWICH – With a higher attendance than in previous years, Saturday’s Fall Festival of the Bands at the Norwich High School left the Tornado Field Band with a lot to celebrate... read more...


Heading Due North plans self-defense classes

NORWICH – The public is welcome to join as David Francis, local business owner of Heading Due North Guns and Ammo Shop, offers community education and self-defense courses thi... read more...


Opinion

Disappointment

‘Tis disappointing. This habit we have. Of picking apart the details of what candidates promise us during their campaigns.  First, why do we believe them at all? Does any pol... read more...


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