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ACES aims to keep kids healthy

SHERBURNE – Kids at Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School participated in a yearly event on Wednesday that encouraged them to get fit, stay active, and live a healthy lifestyl... read more...


Senator Schumer addresses threat to local lakes

CHENANGO COUNTY – Those looking to swim or drink from lakes in New York State this spring and summer should beware of algae blooms that are present in almost 100 bodies of wat... read more...


BOCES students earn credits, help elderly

NORWICH – A group of students from the DCMO-BOCES Norwich Campus have recently lent a hand in a series of projects spanning more than two weeks that will prove to help both th... read more...


Obama's foreign policy critics miss drama

By Gene Lyons, NEA Columnist "Some of you may feel that the cormorant does not play an important part in the life of the school, but I would remind you that it was presente... read more...


Town of New Berlin Police Chief resigns

NEW BERLIN – It was announced at the Town of New Berlin board meeting Monday night that the Police Chief, Dominck Commesso, had submitted his letter of resignation which was a... read more...


Several appear in county court

NORWICH - A number of people appeared in Chenango County Court on Monday, May 12 for sex offender risk level determination, arraignments and sentencing. • Robert E. Baker, 58... read more...


Sports

Norwich boys finished second in the STAC East

Evening Sun Report Baseball Windsor 7, Norwich 4 Norwich stranded 16 on base in Tuesday’s loss to the Windsor Black Knights. The Tornado left the bases loaded in t... read more...


Proper preparation prevents port proliferation

In the eyes of sportsmen, New York State DEC has made another blunder. The choice to wild boar hunt and trap has become illegal to the public as of April 23, 2014. In October ... read more...


Community

Sing it out

Sami Gillette Photo The sixth grade chorus performing at the Spring Choral Concert at the Sherburne-Earlville middle/high school auditorium on Wednesday evening. The event ... read more...


Law sisters honored

Last October The Law Sisters were honored and inducted into the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame in Cortland, NY. The following is a walk down memory lane as presente... read more...


Opinion

Don't worry, we're soldiers

By Donna Brazile, NEA Columnist The terrorist told the schoolgirls, "Don't worry -- we're soldiers. Nothing is going to happen to you." The man gathered the girls in the sc... read more...


Entertainment

Nicks gets BMI honor, talks Fleetwood Mac reunion

By Mike Cidoni Lennox, AP Entertainment Writer BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Stevie Nicks thought former bandmate Christine McVie was joking when she told her that she wante... read more...


Warhol self-portraits hit New York auction block

NEW YORK (AP) - A group of six Andy Warhol self-portraits from 1986 is expected to bring $25 million to $35 million at an auction at Sotheby’s in New York. The identical silk... read more...


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