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Despite Saturday’s downpour, the show goes on at 18th annual Colorscape

NORWICH – Despite Mother Nature’s attempt to confound festival goers with Saturday’s midday downpour, patrons and vendors alike left the 18th annual Colorscape Chenango happy.... read more...


Emergency personnel respond to multiple calls over the weekend

CHENANGO COUNTY – County law enforcement, fire crews and emergency personnel were kept busy over the weekend, responding to a number of motor vehicle accidents – including two... read more...


Motorcyclist killed following head-on collision

NORTH NORWICH – A Sherburne man was killed Saturday night while traveling north on state Route 12 when the motorcycle he was operating struck a passing car in the Town of Nort... read more...


Statewide legislation takes C-CARE in new direction

NORWICH – New legislation signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo that makes solar energy more affordable for businesses and residents statewide has rejuvenated the Chenango Community Act... read more...


Sports

Oxford turns it up a notch in second half

OXFORD – It wasn’t until getting hit in the mouth a couple of times by an upstart Unadilla Valley squad that Oxford picked itself up and hit back. Using running back Paul Won... read more...


Marauders second at Hamilton tourney

BOYS’ SOCCER Cincinnatus 4, Sherburne-Earlville 0 HAMILTON – Sherburne-Earlville suffered its first loss of the season losing to Cincinnatus in the finals of the Hamilton ... read more...


Norwich holds on with late defensive stand

Football Norwich 14, Owego 7 OWEGO – A last-second defensive stand allowed Norwich to preserve its first win of the season, Friday night at Owego. Norwich’s second touchd... read more...


Community

Community hopes to refurbish North Pitcher church

PITCHER – A second organizational meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Wednesday at the North Pitcher Church for those interested in refurbishing the early 19th Century building... read more...


Opinion

We want more

As I watched the convention this week a sobering thought slapped me in the face: If John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address was screened for them, the delegates would probably pr... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Call for a public vote on fracking

Editor, Gas fracking is not being handled well by our representative government. Our officials were not elected on this single issue alone. Consequently, no matter how hard t... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Joe McBride, a man of integrity

Editor, I am actually one of those rare individuals who researched the position of Chenango County Court Judge in depth. Believing the position of Chenango County Court Judge... read more...


Letter to the Editor: DiStefano supported for Independence line

Editor, Independence Party Members: This year you have the opportunity to vote in a primary for Chenango County Court Judge. It is very important that you take the time to vo... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Parry supported for Smyrna Supervisor

Editor, Mr. Gerald Parry is the right man to be elected this year for the position of the Town of Smyrna Supervisor. He has the knowledge and experience, the integrity and d... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Sherburne mayor supports McBride for judge

Editor, The primary election is almost here and both candidates have shown much in the way of enthusiasm and the Republican, Conservative and Independence Parties can be prou... read more...


Letter to the Editor: Revoir is the people’s choice for judge

Editor, The term “People’s Candidate,” or “The People’s Choice” is always heard during election campaigns. Traveling around Chenango County and seeing so many signs supportin... read more...


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