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New look, new events at Smyrna Country Store & Deli

SMYRNA – This Sunday, May 4, CNYJeep.org, one of the biggest jeep forums in Central New York, will stop for lunch at 1 p.m. at the Smyrna Country Store & Deli. The stop is par... read more...


Impact of June flash flood persists

SHERBURNE – This week is Severe Weather Awareness week for New York State and as spring rains fall, many are reflecting on the deluge that caused so many problems last June. ... read more...


Commerce Chenango spotlights the positive

GREENE – The local business community gathered at the Silo Restaurant in Greene on Wednesday to laud hand-picked businesses and individuals that have been influential in shapi... read more...


Preferred, Red Cross aid in disaster readiness

NEW BERLIN – Preferred Mutual Insurance Company in conjunction with the American Red Cross of the Southern Tier have teamed up to institute a program dubbed "Preparing for the... read more...


Community

Many shades of purple

On a grey day, Snyder's Striders shows its support for Chenango County's Relay for Life with its many shades of purple. Below is a Letter to the Editor from Marie DeSarro,... read more...


Opinion

Sterling reminds us that race is still an issue

Every so often, The Evening Sun's online '30 Seconds' tab is inundated with comments concerning what I think is a tabloid-ish kind of story. This week's hot topic by far has ... read more...


The cow who thought she was a horse

Had she been given a choice, Mabel the Cow would have preferred a different name. In her heart of hearts, she knew that she was really a “Thunderbolt,” or a “Midnight,” or a ... read more...


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