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NHS Employee, Teacher of the Year awards

Pictured are Norwich High School’s Employee of the Year Yahna D. Caron and Teacher of the Year Mary Mayo-Williams. Talk about a great way to start of the new school year! Cong... read more...


Bench trial in case of Greene man charged with sex crimes adjourned

NORWICH – Two days into a bench trial in the case of a Greene man charged with sexual crimes, Chenango County Court Judge Frank B. Revoir Jr. adjourned proceedings until Sept.... read more...


County officials warn of West Nile threat

CHENANGO COUNTY – Although no positive tests for the West Nile virus have occurred within the county, local health authorities caution residents to be aware of the potential f... read more...


County’s Republican Committee urges residents to vote

NORWICH – Chenango County Republican Committee Chairman Tom Morrone urges registered Republicans to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming September 10th primary electio... read more...


Chenango United Way taking on new measures to gauge community input

NORWICH – With the updating process of its strategic plan now underway, the United Way of Chenango County is taking on new measures to strengthen the local community and fulfi... read more...


Sports

Outdoorsmen have to take the good with the bad

Expectations run high in the minds of outdoorsmen, especially the day before a season opens. Sometimes these high hopes can be shattered by the following days’ weather conditi... read more...


Greene's Carlin reaches victory milestone

Field Hockey Greene 3, Deposit 0 DEPOSIT - Greene field hockey coach Sue Carlin reached a historic victory milestone in the Trojans’ shutout win over Deposit Saturday. Ca... read more...


Opinion

I am writer. Hear me snore.

My pencils are sharpened. I have a dozen erasable pens at hand—six blue and six red. A stack of legal pads is within an arm’s reach. The first is sitting, blank and invitin... read more...


Don’t turn into a buffalo

They say propaganda is the art of persuasion. During World War II, American propaganda greatly influenced support for the war and the nation's pledge for victory for its all... read more...


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