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Soil & Water Conservation District honors Rogers staff, Ives farm

NORWICH – The Chenango County Soil and Water Conservation District held its annual luncheon Wednesday, presenting awards for farm of the year and forestry conservation achieve... read more...


Sen. Libous showcases state’s budgeting success

NORWICH – The greater Norwich region’s business and government sectors were well represented at a discussion of New York’s economic climate hosted by New York State Senator To... read more...


Pierce found guilty of second degree burglary

NORWICH – A second man accused in an attempted Beebe Avenue robbery that occurred in August of 2010 has been found guilty by a Chenango County jury. The verdict – passed down ... read more...


Libous weighs in on possible gas permitting delay

NORWICH – Senator Tom Libous, R-52nd District, said he expected shale gas drilling permits will be issued in New York sometime next year despite an extension granted Tuesday t... read more...


Mt. Upton man named as suspect in felony robbery, assault

SOUTH NEW BERLIN – A 29-year-old Mt. Upton man is facing multiple felony and misdemeanor charges after an alleged robbery and assault Monday in South New Berlin. Steven R. Ba... read more...


Sports

Past and present collide on NHS field

In a clash of past and present Norwich soccer players, an exhibition game was held last week at Alumni Field in Norwich as the current varsity squad squared off against the To... read more...


Greene advances in soccer playoffs

Boys’ Soccer Greene 5, Odessa-Montour 3 GREENE – Greene was deadly accurate with its shots on goal Wednesday afternoon in the first round of the Section IV playoffs. The ... read more...


Cyclones 'C' team reaches league title game

NORWICH – The undefeated Norwich Cyclones “C” team will play in the Tri-Valley League championship game Saturday in Waterville at 4 p.m. versus Rome. The Cyclones downed On... read more...


Community

Chenango 4-H lists achievement awards

By Janet Pfromm 4-H Coordinator Achievement Day didn’t start out too promising but as time drew near, the clouds parted and the sunshine came out! Thank you to all who atten... read more...


Greene Drift Riders get ready to kick off season

GREENE – The Greene Drift Riders snowmobiling club will hold its second annual season kick off dinner starting at 5 p.m. on Nov. 5 at the Silo Restaurant. The event is held t... read more...


Guilford District 10: Guilford Center – The Academy, Part III

In the continuing historical documentation of the Guilford Center Academy this writer was most fortunate to have forwarded to her a copy of the following which I am sure will ... read more...


Opinion

Not a goodbye

Over the last 10 years, I have known many people who have served in the United States military. Some I met after they had already served, some were friends from high school wh... read more...


Entertainment

New Berlin marks its first Harvest fest this weekend

NEW BERLIN – The Village of New Berlin will hold its first Harvestfest celebration from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. this Saturday on the front lawn of Milford Academy in downtown New Berli... read more...


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