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Chenango snowmobilers gather for Snowblast Saturday

McDONOUGH – The Chenango County Snowmobile Federation sponsors the third annual Snowblast and first-ever breast cancer awareness destination ride from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday ... read more...


New online magazine offers inspiration for dance families

NORWICH – A new, locally published online magazine is proving a valuable resource for dance families the world over. The quarterly periodical, titled Dance Family Magazine, ma... read more...


Schumer: Schools can soon say they’ve ‘Got NY Greek Yogurt’

ALBANY – U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced Wednesday that he successfully petitioned the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to increase the availability of Ne... read more...


Auwarter appointed to state advisory council

NORWICH – The New York State Office of Victim Services has announced the appointment of Daniel Auwarter, director of Catholic Charities of Chenango County’s Crime Victims Prog... read more...


Sports

Norwich clinches STAC division title

Evening Sun Report Boys’ Basketball Norwich 59, Chenango Valley 37 NORWICH – Norwich started fast and and finished just as fast in a STAC division-clinching win over th... read more...


UV ends B-G’s eight-game winning streak

Evening Sun Report Girls’ Basketball Unadilla Valley 48, Bainbridge-Guilford 39 NEW BERLIN – Unadilla Valley moved one victory from clinching the top seed in the Midst... read more...


Go big or go home with trophy fish

Whether open or hard water fishing, try upsizing your bait to catch the big ones. Depending on the time of year you happen to be fishing, what is considered large as bait can ... read more...


Community

Schools of the Past: New Berlin: District #5, White Store

This week we are still traveling down N.Y.S. Route 8 to a little hamlet known as White Store which is actually located in the Town of Norwich, however the school districts wer... read more...


Southern Tier Path Through History Committee holds public hearing

BINGHAMTON – The Southern Tier Regional Path Through History Committee will hold a public meeting to generate input for the development of its $100,000 marketing plan to... read more...


Cowboy action shooting coming to Oxford

OXFORD – The Oxford Rod & Gun Club is pleased to announce the addition of three new shooting programs. Cowboy action shooting, traditional black powder rifle shooting an... read more...


Opinion

Reporting all the news that isn’t news

If you have cable television, chances are you’re well aware of your choices of news coverage – everything from the ultra conservative Fox News to its adversary, MSNBC, and eve... read more...


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