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'Socks for Soldiers' stresses the simple things for S-E kids

SHERBURNE – The Memorial Day service at Sherburne-Earlville Elementary School had a big impact on the second grade class. As a result of their interactions with veterans, seco... read more...


Outgoing Arts Council Director honored, the show must go on

NORWICH – It was a bittersweet farewell Wednesday as the Chenango Arts Council bid adieu to longtime CAC Executive Director Victoria Kappel. “You gave my children a community... read more...


Misunderstanding leads to burial mishap in New Berlin

NEW BERLIN – “It was an honest mistake,” said Village of New Berlin Mayor Terry Potter. “It really was. I feel bad about the whole thing.” In the Village of New Berlin, there... read more...


Commerce Chenango announces 2014-2015 Board members

NORWICH – Commerce Chenango has announced that Deb Sylstra, on the management team at Frontier Communications, and Terri Slater, branch manager for M&T Bank, have been elected... read more...


Two men arrested for rape of minors in separate incidents

NORWICH – Lucas A. Wright, 18, Norwich, was arrested on Monday after allegedly having forcible sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old female. He was charged with rape in the fi... read more...


Sports

Barnes breaks record, brings back baseball believers

Shaun Savarese Sun Sports Editor sports@evesun.com The Norwich Purple Tornado varsity baseball team had a season to remember. Finishing 10-9, playing in seven one run ga... read more...


Community

Pomp and circumstance

Ashley Biviano Photo The Gibson Primary School's Morning Pre-K graduation was held early Wednesday morning. Pictured are some of the graduates ready for the next step in t... read more...


Pomp and circumstance

Frank Speziale Photo Holy Family School sent its Pre-K and early childhood graduates to the next level on Monday. To celebrate, students sang songs, read poems, and were aw... read more...


Opinion

Into the morass

By Gene Lyons NEA Columnist Remember the Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President George W. Bush? It happened on Dec. 14, 2008, near the end of the president's se... read more...


Age comes in on little crow's feet

Sue came in complaining about her aching back and about being tired after spending a hot day weeding the garden. I said, "Well, stop acting like you're 50." I'm pretty sure we... read more...


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