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Tornado track and field set for serious Section IV competition

Norwich track and field will compete in the Section IV Class B championships in Oneonta today at 4:00. Eight schools, including Norwich will compete at the meet. Set to comp... read more...


Obama heads to Cooperstown

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama says he's heading to the Baseball Hall of Fame to stress how tourism can lead to good-paying jobs. In his weekly radio and Internet addre... read more...


Book sale, author reading at New Berlin Library

NEW BERLIN – The New Berlin Library in New Berlin has a variety of upcoming events for the community. Currently the library is holding its annual book sale with a range of wel... read more...


Artists present work at Golden Foundation studios

NEW BERLIN – The Golden Foundation opened its studios on Tuesday so locals could meet the three resident artists who have made the Golden Residency Foundation Barn their tempo... read more...


My imperfect but pro-constitution choice for president

By Nat Hentoff, NEA Columnist Sen. Rand Paul's unexpected March 6-7, 2013, 13-hour filibuster speech against the appointment of John Brennan as head of the CIA was widely s... read more...


County issues rabies clinic schedule

CHENANGO COUNTY – With the summer holidays, the end of the school year, graduation and vacation planning at the fore of most peoples’ minds this time of year, it can be easy t... read more...


A needle in a haystack

Drugs are everywhere, and there is definitely a problem coursing though our quaint sub-new England streets – a problem which everyone seems to have been made well aware of. T... read more...


"3 minuted shopping spree" a huge success

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council and Wilson Ceramics are pleased to offer a 2014 Advanced Art Summer Camp from July 28 through August 15.  The Advanced Art Summer Camp is ... read more...


Pig roast helps boost school arts programs

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council is gearing up for an afternoon to promote cultural programs in schools across the county with its annual pig roast fundraiser for the Grant... read more...


Sports

Norwich JV softball finishes super season strong

Sidney 7, Oxford 2 The Sidney Warriors defeated the Oxford Blackhawks 7-2 in Tuesday’s Section IV Class C playoff. Bill Kozak went 2-3 with a run scored and two RBI. He dre... read more...


Sidney victorious as the Warrior, Blackhawk rivalry rages into sectionals

Sidney 7, Oxford 2 The Sidney Warriors defeated the Oxford Blackhawks 7-2 in Tuesday’s Section IV Class C playoff. Bill Kozak went 2-3 with a run scored and two RBI. He dre... read more...


Community

2014 Prom Court - G-MU

Gilbertsville-Mt.Upton Central School prom night. Back Row (from left to right): Trevor Puerile, Cameron Earl, Joseph Nolan, Nicholas Weidman (king). Front Row (from left to r... read more...


Junior Honor Society Induction

Sherburne-Earlville Central School hosted its National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony on Wednesday. Grade 7 Inductees: Adam Aldrich, Sage Ashton, Anna Frost, Wayne Fu... read more...


Advanced Arts Summer Camp offers creative summer alternatives

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council and Wilson Ceramics are pleased to offer a 2014 Advanced Art Summer Camp from July 28 through August 15.  The Advanced Art Summer Camp is ... read more...


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