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News Stories

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22nd District candidates differ on gas drilling

BINGHAMTON – Dan Lamb, the Democratic candidate for the U.S. 22nd Congressional District, spoke out against drilling for shale gas yesterday at a gathering in Binghamton. He w... read more...


County’s economic indicators mixed

NORWICH – A brief rundown of some of Chenango County’s economic indicators show mixed results. Overall profit tallied on Monday following this year’s tax sale of 45 delinquen... read more...


What's up with that red light?

NORWICH – The Chenango County Highway Department is assessing damage at the red light where Hale Street runs into CR-32 (East River Rd.). For weeks, the light has not been ch... read more...


Sex abuse trial under way

NORWICH – The trial of a Sherburne man accused of sexually abusing a child in 2008 began yesterday, with jurors seated at approximately 2:30 p.m. to hear opening statements fr... read more...


S-E prepares to implement new teacher evaluation procedure

SHERBURNE – As Sherburne-Earlville students are preparing to return to school, teachers are gearing up for classroom changes to meet new educational standards. Last year, Alba... read more...


Sports

Local Sports Briefs

Extended tryouts for travel softball team NORWICH – The Southern Hills Fury travel softball team has extended its tryouts for those who were unable to attend the initial tryo... read more...


Wilcox becomes Greene’s all-time leading scorer

GIRLS’ SOCCER Greene 6, Walton 1 GREENE - Greene junior Paige Wilcox established a new Greene scoring record netting an incredible six goals in Tuesday’s one-sided victory... read more...


Community

A Rare Look into the Archives: Ted Whitney

By John Antonowicz Correspondent In celebration of the Chenango County Historical Society’s 50th anniversary open to the public, we honor a person who dedicated an endless a... read more...


Church revitalization meeting tonight

PITCHER – Options for revitalizing the unused North Pitcher Church will be reviewed this evening at 6 p.m. at the church building on state Highway 26. A new roof and other re... read more...


Ag board considers new uses for farm plastics

NORWICH – For months, the Chenango County Agriculture and Farmland Protection Board has been exploring new avenues for local farmers to dispose of plastic and new options were... read more...


Local food production the focus of September farm tour and banquet

WEST WINFIELD – Two September events sponsored by the Upper Unadilla Valley Association (UUVA) will offer the public an opportunity to see first-hand how and where... read more...


Opinion

Signs, signs, everywhere the signs

Reading the title of today’s column, some may be inclined to think I’m a big fan of the Five Man Electrical Band (or perhaps Tesla ... that’s a joke) and the group’s 1971 hit ... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Coconut oil and Alzheimer’s Disease

Editor, I gave up my belief in miracles shortly after I began school. Too much evidence led me to my decision. For example, Santa’s handwriting was JUST like my mother’s. Oft... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Crime Victims program thanks D.A.

Editor, On behalf of the Crime Victims Program, I would like to extend my deepest thanks to District Attorney Joe McBride for his thoughtful introductory remarks at our recen... read more...


Entertainment

Denny McCormick performs in Norwich Friday night

By Herb Ryan Correspondent NORWICH – The 60s were a time of social discord. Change was in the air. It was a time of racial, musical and sexual revolution. From the ash... read more...


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