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Catholic Charities receives donation from K of C

NORWICH – While the mild, albeit wet temperatures of summer are a welcomed respite from the inevitable months of snow and cold that lie ahead, a local benevolent association r... read more...

Baby killer, former Sherburne resident, asks to withdraw plea of guilty

UTICA – A former Sherburne resident who pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree for killing who he thought was his 13-month-old son, appeared in Oneida County Court on M... read more...

Tax credit proposal spurs hope for biogas

CHENANGO COUNTY – Efforts to promote an unlikely source of renewable energy are getting a boost in the form of a federal tax credit proposal for construction of biogas facilit... read more...

More appointments at S-E

SHERBURNE – At a meeting of the Sherburne-Earlville School Board on Tuesday, the new middle/high school assistant principal was appointed. Nicholas Colosi will officially begi... read more...


Johnson, Walling back to defend CCC title

PLYMOUTH – Corey Johnson and Eric Walling made one life-long memory a year ago at the Canasawacta Country Club Men's Member-Guest Tournament. They hope to make another togethe... read more...


Local Finger Lakes Trail and the Sidote Hike

CHENANGO COUNTY – Hikers are encouraged to consider the Finger Lakes Trail (FLT). There are 72 miles of the FLT in Chenango County. The main trail consists of a total of about... read more...


Government’s ultimate power:Executing Americans, with atrocities

By Nat Hentoff, NEA Columnist I have been reporting for years on the kinds of executions that led Justice Harry Blackmun to declare in a Feb.22, 1994, dissent (Callins v. C... read more...

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