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Small store plays big role in North Norwich

NORTH NORWICH – When Chris and Wendy Dowdall first opened the doors of Dowdall’s General Store on West Cayuga Street in North Norwich – where traffic is light and only locals ... read more...


Investigation continues into Wednesday afternoon accident

NORWICH – City Police are continuing to investigate a Wednesday afternoon car accident that sent two people to Chenango Memorial Hospital with undisclosed injuries and involve... read more...


22nd Air Show promises piloting opportunities, aerobatic show at the airport Saturday

NORWICH – The clouds are expected to clear out on Saturday just in time for the 22nd annual Chenango County Airport Day at the Lt. Warren E. Eaton Airport. The free-admission... read more...


Cornell Cooperative Extension offers landowner property issues workshops

NORWICH – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County is taking a new approach in educating rural landowners who have questions about their rights and liabilities when lo... read more...


Opening statements in Wlasiuk trial to begin today

NORWICH – Following three days of jury selection, opening statements in the third trial of accused murderer Peter Wlasiuk were scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. today in the Chenan... read more...


Sports

What does SCI stand for, anyway?

A gal asked me while on a hike, “what does SCI on your shirt stand for?” Well, two weeks ago, I reported to you on the National Archery in the Schools Program coming to the Mi... read more...


First career hole-in-one for Chirlin

PLYMOUTH – Retired Norwich High School Social Studies teacher Don Chirlin understands the significance of the date June 6 better than most – the Allied troops’ landings on Nor... read more...


Community

Howard Johnson’s shows off renovations at Business After Hours

NORWICH – Members of Commerce Chenango gathered at the Howard Johnson Hotel on North Broad Street last Wednesday for an evening of business networking, as the agency, in conju... read more...


Schools of the Past: Lincklaen: Lane District #6 and Lincklaen Center #12 (8)

Once again this writer must rely on the writings of Marion Poole as research has not revealed a great deal of scholastic history regarding the district schools in the above to... read more...


Oxford native returns – on bike

OXFORD – Since 1975, Ron Winner has lived in Cape Cod, Mass., but he still thinks of Oxford as “home.” Following his 60th birthday, Winner decided to make a special tri... read more...


Opinion

9/11 Memorial – A befitting salute

The 9/11 Memorial is sad. It is solemn. It is beautiful, perhaps in the way that dark clouds on a stormy day are beautiful. It is brilliantly conceived. And looming above it, ... read more...


Rise and shine!

Is there anyone else out there who just isn’t a morning person? I’ve been at The Evening Sun for almost a year now, and that means waking up around 6 a.m. Monday-Friday every... read more...


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