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Agriculture, family and community still the best part of the fair for Proskine family

NORWICH – Four generations of the Proskine family have made their way to the Chenango County Fair once again this year, continuing a tradition that began more than six decades... read more...


McDonald's holds ribbon cutting ceremony

McDonald’s of Norwich, rebuilt from the ground up, reopened its doors Thursday, Aug. 8., and held a ribbon cutting to commemorate the occasion. Standing from the left are Bern... read more...


Fair weekend ahead: 165th Chenango County Fair continues Friday, Saturday, Sunday

NORWICH – With much of the fair gone by already, there’s still plenty to do and see at the fairgrounds as the 165th Chenango County Fair continues to dazzle thousands througho... read more...


Some Southern Chenango municipalities have yet to weigh in on drilling

NORWICH - Three of the 11 townships where the subsurface Marcellus Shale formation is deep enough to safely drill in Chenango County have yet to signal whether or not they are... read more...


Two square off in primary for Ward 6 seat

NORWICH – Two candidates have thrown their hat in the ring in the race for Ward Six Alderman, both appearing as Republican candidates on the primary election ballot in Septemb... read more...


Sports

Cwynar, Osgood blister CCC back nine to win member-guest title

PLYMOUTH – Canasawacta Country Club was no match for the two Pats – Patty Cwynar and Pat Osgood – in the women’s member-guest tournament Thursday afternoon. After an even-par... read more...


Opinion

Letter to the Editor: Don’t demolish Bainbridge parsonage

Editor, I am a 21-year-old Historic Preservation student at University at Albany. I grew up in Bainbridge. One of the things I love about my hometown is the history that surr... read more...


Letter to the Editor: I’m just saying ...

Editor, Thanks to Alanis Morrisette’s song, “Ironic,” I’m no longer so sure I know what irony means. But it’s got to be ironic, or moronic, or something that the Republican T... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Forensic consultant to speak at Plymouth board meeting Monday

Editor: Plymouth Friends of Clean Water has asked William C. Fischer, a Forensic Consultant, formerly with the New York State Police, to present comments to the August 13t... read more...


Entertainment

DVD Patrol

It’s time again, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol has been busy the last few weeks putting some special columns together and the Toddster hopes you’ve enjoyed them. Back to business... read more...


Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience at EOH this weekend

EARLVILLE – The Earlville Opera House welcomes Gilbert and Sullivan’s “Patience” for an EOH Benefit on Friday or Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. and for a Sunday matinee at ... read more...


Cosy Sheridan at 6OTS this Sunday

OXFORD – Sunday, at 4 p.m., 6 On The Square (6OTS) is presenting a special early performance by “one of the era’s finest and most thoughtful singer/songwriters,” the award win... read more...


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