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Oxford hears concerns on gas drilling moratorium

OXFORD ­– Around 120 concerned citizens, both for and against the enactment of a nine-month moratorium on hydraulic fracturing, poured into Oxford’s American Legion Tuesday ni... read more...


Fire at Dan Wesson Firearms

The Norwich and Oxford Fire Departments, assisted by the Chenango County Sheriff’s Office and New York State Police, responded to a working structure fire at 5169 State Highwa... read more...


Bullying dominates city school board meeting

NORWICH ­ – The spotlight clearly showed on growing concerns over safety and bullying at the Norwich City School District Tuesday night during the school board meeting at the ... read more...


Norwich High School principal removed

NORWICH – On top of what has already been an intense week for the Norwich City School District, the district has now taken action to remove Lisa Schuchman from her role as hig... read more...


Chenango FSA urges farmers to vote for county committee

NORWICH – The Chenango County Farm Service Agency is currently soliciting ballots for the 2012 FSA county committee elections for representatives in the townships of Guildford... read more...


Mayor: Oxford’s moratorium differs from Binghamton’s failed effort

OXFORD – The Village of Oxford board believes its proposed moratorium on natural gas drilling, which is now in the 60-day comment period, would hold up in court because it fol... read more...


Sports

Cyclones’ C team advances to Empire Classic finals

CAMDEN – The Norwich Cyclones C team improved to 11-0, and advanced to the Empire State Classic Pop Warner football finals blanking the Southside Cyclones of Rochester, 13-0, ... read more...


Clyde Cole Tournament to mark 50th year

OXFORD – The second-longest-running high school wrestling tournament in New York State will mark its golden anniversary Nov. 30-Dec. 1. The Clyde Cole Wrestling Tournament, c... read more...


Community

Punching the Clock: Muzzle-punched

By Brian Golden Sun Staff Writer bgolden@evesun.com Five days gone by, and I’m still nursing a set of bruised ribs and a strange, purplish-yellow bruise on my right arm, on... read more...


Oxford says ‘thank you’ to its veterans

OXFORD – “Sometimes all that is needed is a simple ‘thank you’ directed at the veteran or the family member for his or her sacrifice.” stated Dale Dewey, Second Vice-Commander... read more...


Craine’s work featured on NBT Wall of Art

NORWICH – NBT Bank’s Wall of Art is featuring the artwork of Jackie Gimson Craine at the bank’s Norwich Office on South Broad Street. Her work will be on display through the e... read more...


Holy Family does its part for holiday food drive

In conjunction with the organizational efforts headed by Chobani, Holy Family School collected food recently for the local pantry at the Episcopal Church. This collection incl... read more...


Opinion

Insolent, abusive and cowardly ... bullying in the 21st century

There’s been an inordinate amount of time spent discussing and relating the concept – and practice – of bullying in the news lately, from a recent local episode of what some c... read more...


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