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McBride running for Chenango judge

NORWICH – District Attorney Joseph A. McBride announced his candidacy for Chenango County Judge at a gathering of his supporters Thursday afternoon in downtown Norwich. Spea... read more...


Scouts to honor Emerson as Citizen of the Year

OXFORD – The Baden-Powell Council of the Boy Scouts of America has announced that Thomas C. Emerson is this year’s recipient of the 2012 Distinguished Citizen of the Yea... read more...


Schumer suggests tax incentives for dairy farmers to produce more for yogurt industry

WASHINGTON, D.C. – American’s love for Chobani is not only good news for upstate dairy farmers, but even better news for New York’s stagnant economy. More Greek-style yogurt ... read more...


Kicinski announces run against Hanna for Congress

NORWICH – Earlville’s Michael Kicinski kicked off his nascent Congressional campaign at Howard Johnson’s Thursday night, setting off a Republican primary against Congressman R... read more...


Horse rescue seeks support from local animal lovers

OXFORD – Since 2003, Destiny Equine Rescue Center in Oxford has been sheltering and rehabilitating abused, abandoned and unwanted horses and trying to find each a permanent ho... read more...


Oxford alum offers SAT prep course

OXFORD – Thanks to a generous donation by Christopher and Jennifer Hansen to the Oxford Academy Central School district, 10 students have the chance to participate in a series... read more...


Sports

Vibbard named Section 3 Class B coach of year

SHERBURNE – Sherburne-Earlville’s basketball team received a big boost of recognition earlier this month when head varsity coach, Kevin Vibbard, was named the Section III Clas... read more...


Norwich swimmers hand out awards

The Norwich varsity swimming team held its season-ending banquet and announced the Southern Tier Athletic Conference all-stars. Pictured in the front row from the left are Joe... read more...


Norwich junior wrestlers heading to MAWAs

NORWICH – The Norwich junior wrestling team will send 17 wrestlers to the Middle Atlantic Wrestling Association North Regional Tournament April 6-7 at Shamokin High School in ... read more...


Community

Serving Chenango County since March 16, 1891

The Evening Sun news team – Julian Kappel, Shawn Magrath, Pat Newell, Brian Golden, Melissa deCordova and Jeff Genung – pose in front of the newspaper’s headquarters marking t... read more...


Broad Street Methodist to hold annual healing service

NORWICH – The Broad Street United Methodist Church will hold its yearly Lenten Healing Service during its 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. worship services on Sunday, continuing a traditio... read more...


Opinion

Election outcome is in women’s hands

It’s the women, stupid! Barack Obama cannot win re-election without piling up a sizable majority among female voters. Sorry, fellas, but the ladies will pick the next presiden... read more...


Entertainment

Ronny Cox, a man of many talents, to appear at 6 On The Square

OXFORD – Many people may remember him portraying the villain in films such as “Robocop,” “Total Recall” and television’s “Stargate” series, not to mention his first time on ca... read more...


DVD Patrol

By Todd Campbell Correspondent Hiya, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol has been enjoying the warm weather and it makes it lot easier to get out and about. Lots to tell you about th... read more...


Rory Block opens the spring Arts Café series

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House starts its Spring Series with “One of America’s foremost Country Blues torchbearers; [Rory Block is] a breathtaking slash-’n’-burn guitar... read more...


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