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Village of Sherburne sees some not-so-minor flooding following Thursday’s deluge ... more rain in the forecast

CHENANGO COUNTY – Flash flooding following heavy rains Thursday closed roads throughout the county, prompted voluntary evacuations and necessitated several water rescues in th... read more...

DVD Patrol: The Call, Burt Wonderstone, 21 and Over, Burn Notice

There we go again, Patrollers! The DVD Patrol is on in the midst of all these great summer movies and it's really heated up outside and I do mean heated up. The Toddster is th... read more...


Yes, I am writing another column about golf

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a piece that had a golfing theme. I mentioned to a friend of mine that I had written a column, and it would appear the following day. That ... read more...

Khoury sparks Sherburne in season debut

Baseball Sherburne 12, Sidney 2 SIDNEY – Buoyed by the first appearance of Ben Khoury, Sherburne rolled to an Otsenango Pony League victory over previously-unbeaten Sidney... read more...


Lunchtime at Garf's

Garf’s employee Amanda Stiles serves up a tasty lunch outside the downtown Norwich deli as Tom Davis, Stu Spence and Garry Burke smile for the camera. Photo by Frank Speziale.... read more...


The virtues of diversity

It was graduation weekend at George Washington University, where Steve has taught for the last 23 years. At a brunch for students and their families, one group stood out: a ha... read more...

Taking no position in Syria

Sometimes it appears that everybody in Washington yearns for an action-hero president to make them feel important. That's never more apparent than during a crisis like the Syr... read more...

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