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Chobani to invest over $100M to open new facility in Idaho

NORWICH – Agro Farma, makers of Chobani, America’s #1 selling yogurt brand, announced plans Thursday to open a second domestic manufacturing plant as part of the company’s co... read more...


Two board seats open in Afton

AFTON – This year voters in the Town of Afton will have four choices for the two open spots on the town council. Abram S. Loeb and Alan M. Steinberg will be running on the D... read more...


Two councilman seats to be decided in German

GERMAN – A pair of town council seats are up for grabs on Nov. 8, when German voters will decide between a trio of candidates vying for the positions, when incumbents Stella P... read more...


IDA grant application seeks to revitalize Chenango railroad

NORWICH – The County of Chenango Industrial Development Agency has submitted an application to the New York State Department of Transportation for $4.7 million to revitalize t... read more...


Four seek spots on Pharsalia board

PHARSALIA – There are four candidates running for two open seats on the Pharsalia town council and two candidates running to complete the late Pharsalia Councilman Clayton Alg... read more...


Smyrna elections deep in natural gas issues

SMYRNA – Smyrna is Chenango County’s epicenter for natural gas drilling so it’s no surprise that the three candidates running for two open seats on the town council have opini... read more...


Sports

Four Norwich cross country runners earn state meet berths

Cross Country CHENANGO FORKS – At the Section IV Class B Cross Country Championships, Norwich’s boys team placed second out of four teams, and seniors John Mooney, Nate As... read more...


Can Norwich do it again?

Can Norwich do it again? The Tornado avenged one of their 2011 losses last week blasting Johnson City in the Section IV Class B semifinals. Next up is Chenango Valley tonig... read more...


Greene uses 'TNT' to blow up offenses

Tim Paske often refers to his interior defensive linemen as his “TNT.” In a five-man defensive front, the left defensive tackle, nose tackle, and right defensive tackle are a... read more...


Community

Local woman pens piece for ‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’

NEW BERLIN – Readers who find encouragement in the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series will be proud to hear of local writer and inspirationalist Danielle Cattanach, who has be... read more...


Telephone scam first reported in 2009 making its rounds once again

NORWICH – An over-the-phone money scam that first appeared in the area in 2009 has resurfaced once again and the Norwich City Police Department is urging anyone who receives a... read more...


NBT makes donation to PAL Center

NORWICH – NBT recently donated $1,000 to the Parents as Leaders Family Resource Center in Norwich. Regional Manager Tom Sutton presented Sharon Chesna, executive director of ... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

Hope we can warm up a bit, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is in and we’ve come back with some movies to get us going for the Fall. Where does the warm weather go? Anyway, The Todd... read more...


‘Master Thieves’ nominated for Blues award; play at Blarney Stone Saturday

NORWICH – Master Thieves, a Syracuse-based band that includes two Norwich High School alumni, has been nominated for a Syracuse Area Music Award for Best Original Blues Album ... read more...


Arts Council debuts Members Exhibit tonight

NORWICH – The Chenango County Council of the Arts, Norwich, announces the opening of its annual Members Exhibit tonight with a reception from 5-7 p.m. at the Mariea Brown and ... read more...


Bua brings traditional Irish music to 6OTS

OXFORD – Saturday, Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m., award-winning traditional Irish music ensemble, Bua, will be performing at 6 On The Square (6OTS) as a fundraiser for PEO!  It’s no su... read more...


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