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Wlasiuk trial date rescheduled; new judge named

NORWICH – The trial of twice-convicted murderer Peter Wlasiuk has been rescheduled from April 30 to June 4 and a new judge has been named as the one-time Guilford resident pre... read more...


March comes in like a lion ...

Yesterday’s snowfall, heavy at times, forced several school districts to dismiss students early – including those in Greene, Oxford, Otselic Valley and Gilbertsville-Mount Upt... read more...


Village ambulance ‘Friends’ to hold fundraiser Saturday

NEW BERLIN – The Friends of the New Berlin Ambulance Service will hold a fundraiser on Saturday at the New Berlin Fire House. The fundraiser will include a pancake breakfast ... read more...


County makes steps toward consolidation of small departments

NORWICH – It has been three years in the making, but an effort to consolidate two county government departments appears well on its way despite continuing opposition. The Ch... read more...


Music In Our Schools concert to be rescheduled

NORWICH – Norwich City School’s district-wide Music In Our Schools concert will be rescheduled due to today’s school cancellation and will be held at at a later date, to be an... read more...


Sports

What does NYSCC stand for?

I conducted an unsolicited, unscientific survey of 100 outdoorsmen and women. The two questions asked were: “What does NYSCC stand for?” and “What do they do?” I found it dis... read more...


Community

Valley View celebrates 'Art from our Heart'

NORWICH – Residents at Valley View Manor brought their artistic talents into the spotlight during an art exhibition and champagne reception titled “Art From Our Heart,” held i... read more...


Schools of the Past: Guilford: The Village Schools, District #14 – The Return

Written in the numerous assorted articles over the past few years, is the statement the pages of the book remain open for new insertions. This article is one of those times! ... read more...


Sherburne food distributor serves local produce to college

PAUL SMITH’S – It’s no surprise that the local-food movement is on a roll: It’s good for the economy and good for the environment. But providing a steady flow of locally grown... read more...


Opinion

A race of Gods

Last week, I was driving in the rain from Oregon into Washington State along a road that I’ll call the “Terror Mountain Pass.” Trailing in the wake of water-spitting eighte... read more...


Celebritate mortem

I have never really understood this whole fixation people have with celebrities, especially when they die. First of all, you weren’t related to them, didn’t know them persona... read more...


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