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Morrisville students offer helping hand to Roots & Wings

NORWICH – Students in Cynthia Riedi’s Psychology 101 class at the Morrisville State College Norwich Campus are taking on a project that extends a helping hand to Roots and Win... read more...


First natural gas jobs expo held in Binghamton

NORWICH – Shale drilling may still be banned in New York, but the number of vendors and job seekers at the first shale gas jobs expo held in Binghamton Wednesday told a ... read more...


Guilford considers watershed designation

GUILFORD – With gas drilling on many people’s minds, the Guilford Town Board invited Steven Winkley, a water resources specialist from New York Rural Water Association, to spe... read more...


How healthy are we, Chenango?

NORWICH – According a recent study of nationwide county health rankings conducted by the University of Wisconsin, Chenango County ranks as the 33rd healthiest county in New Yo... read more...


Sports

New deer hunting regulations proposed; SCI/Rockdale Youth Day

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has proposed rules affecting deer and bear hunting in New York to implement the state’s five-year Deer Management Plan. DEC... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: Lincklaen District 1: The Pond District, Part I

This writer has been most fortunate to receive a copy of “Elbert Hubbard’s Scrapbook” which was published in 1923 and is a vast collection of assorted articles and phrases tha... read more...


Mt. Upton first to offer Civil War postmark today

MT. UPTON – The U.S. Post Office, in conjunction with the Chenango County Civil War Commemoration Project, will begin offering Pictorial Postmarks today. The Mt. Upton Post ... read more...


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