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Opening statements in Ramsaran trial expected today

NORWICH – A jury of nine men and three women was selected for the murder trial of Ganesh R. Ramsaran at the close of court Wednesday. Gilberto Garcia, defense attorney for R... read more...


Lt. Governor candidate makes Chenango County appearance

NORWICH – With general elections only two months away, Republican lieutenant governor hopeful Chris Moss made a campaign stop in Chenango County on Wednesday to discuss concer... read more...


OFD makes case for $850K fire apparatus

OXFORD – At a public information meeting held at the Oxford Fire Department on Wednesday, public officials revealed more details of the tentative purchase of a new firefightin... read more...


Fatal agriculture accident investigated by state police

GREENE – New York State Police investigated the death of a 62-year-old man who was involved in an apparent fatal agricultural accident that occurred on Sept. 1 behind 989 Stat... read more...


Ballad of a not-organ donor

Yes, here I am All body parts Intact, where they should be. My heart to beat My feet to walk Both eyes in orbs to see. I have two lungs If you want one Please put aw... read more...


Sports

Boys' Soccer Preview

AFTON/HARPURSVILLE The biggest change from last year to this year is Afton combining soccer programs with Harpursville, who previously did not field a boys' soccer team in th... read more...


Bainbridge-Guilford Football Preview

BAINBRIDGE – For the first time in eight years, B-G head coach Tim Mattingly is not building off a winning season. Typically in the playoff hunt from his first season on the j... read more...


Volleyball Preview

BAINBRIDGE-GUILFORD Bainbridge-Guilford challenged for a league championship last year, and has perhaps the most dynamic player in the league, senior Morgan Bullis, along wit... read more...


Girls' Soccer Preview

BAINBRIDGE-GUILFORD This year may be the culmination of a four-year process in which B-G has transformed from young and overmatched, to experienced and among the top teams in... read more...


Sherburne-Earlville Football Preview

By Patrick Newell Sun Sports Editor pnewell@evesun.com Once a consistent doormat, cellar-dwelling-bottom-of-the-heap football program, fortunes have changed drastically ove... read more...


Fishing after Labor Day can be less laborious

By the time Labor Day arrives, many fishermen are hanging up their rods. As the leaves start to change and the water begins to cool, we need to recognize the dinner bell is be... read more...


Vestal turns on the jets to beat Greene

Field Hockey Vestal 6, Greene 1 VESTAL – Vestal's high-speed attack had Greene reeling Wednesday night. Nicole Jennings and Amanda Collins had two goals apiece for the Go... read more...


Field Hockey Previews

GREENE For many if not most field hockey schools, an appearance in the sectional championship team would indicate a strong season. For Greene, sectional finals appearances ar... read more...


Greene, Norwich swimming previews

GREENE Greene’s swimming program will again find itself in the David role versus the Goliaths of STAC, but head coach Mike Platta has regularly used that size disadvantage as... read more...


Greene Football Preview

GREENE – You know the injury bug has snagged you when in the course of a nine-game football season, you're down to your sixth-string long snapper for punts and extra points. ... read more...


Norwich Football Preview

If nothing else, Norwich has been a consistent if not exemplary football program the last half decade. In each of the past five seasons, Norwich has won four or five games in... read more...


Unadilla Valley Football Preview

NEW BERLIN – Continuity and consistency within a coaching staff breeds success. It's proven that schools who keep the same coaches in place at the varsity, junior varsity, and... read more...


Girls' tennis: Norwich still team to beat in STAC Central

NORWICH For the majority of last season, Norwich could not have been much more dominant. It rolled to a STAC Central division championship, won the Oneida Tournament finishin... read more...


S-E, Norwich Cross Country Previews

NORWICH Graduation stole two of Norwich’s top boys runners from a year, yet Norwich still has ample back-up for this year, said head coach Shaun Horan. While the Tornado har... read more...


Norwich golf preview

NORWICH – Despite having a starting lineup devoid of a senior or junior, this year's Norwich golf team portends of current and future excellence. "We have young guys, but man... read more...


Andrea Day selected as Player of the Week

ONEONTA – State University of New York Athletic Conference Commissioner, Tom DiCamillo, has announced that SUNY Oneonta senior Andrea Day (Greene, Greene Central School) has b... read more...


Oxford Football Preview

OXFORD – Jeff Newton played his high school football at Norwich, four years of college football at Ithaca, and for the previous nine seasons, served as a head coach or assista... read more...


Community

Arts Council to unveil 'plein aire' exhibit

NORWICH – The Chenango Arts Council will kick off its 2014-2015 season with a showing of art work expressive of the outdoors. The council’s annual exhibit of “plein aire” pai... read more...


Opinion

Murky facts in Ferguson

By Gene Lyons NEA Columnist Almost the only heartening news out of Ferguson, Missouri, came in a Washington Post report headlined "Nearly 6 in 10 African-Americans s... read more...


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