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Artisans’ Corner is an artist co-op

4 days ago

CLINTON — Artisans’ Corner Gifts (pronounced ART-TI-SANS) on the corner of College and Williams Streets in Clinton is not your average gift shop. First of all, the age-old building served as …

Local political science professor releases book exploring capital punishment in film

4 days ago

CLINTON — Clinton resident and professor of political science at SUNY Oswego, Dr. Helen J. Knowles, has just released her third book. Knowles served as the lead co-author of, “Lights, Camera, …

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QuickBooks classes offered

4 days ago

The Mohawk Valley Small Business Development Center has scheduled two classes on using the small-business accounting software QuickBooks, both at the thINCubator, 326 Broad St., Utica: QuickBooks 101 …

CCS to hold BOE meeting on Nov. 19

4 days ago

CLINTON — Clinton Central School Board of Education will hold its next monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19 at the high school.

Obituaries

Thomas Anthony Evans

Thursday, November 7
Thomas Anthony Evans passed away at the age of 99 on October 23, 2019, in his home with his family in Clinton, NY. Beloved husband of Patricia Renfro Evans; devoted father of Peter, Noel, Timothy and …

Jean Ann Mayette Rashford

Thursday, October 24
Jean Ann Mayette Rashford, of Williston, Vermont, passed away unexpectedly on October 9, 2019 following a brief illness. She was 47 years old. Born on June 12, 1972 in Burlington, Vermont, she was …

Mark C. Kowalczyk

Thursday, October 10
NEW YORK MILLS, NY — Mr. Mark C. Kowalczyk, age 54, of New York Mills, NY, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, at his home after suffering a heart attack. Mark was born in …
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Vernon Down presents donation to Food Bank

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HELP FOR THE HUNGRY — Arthur Wood, left, assistant general manager of Vernon Downs Casino Hotel, presents Lynn Hy, chief development officer at Food Bank of CNY, with a check for $53,460 during a presentation ceremony at Vernon Downs on Thursday, Nov. 7.
VERNON — As part of Vernon Downs Casino Hotel’s ongoing commitment to supporting its surrounding communities, Arthur Wood, assistant general manager, presented a $53,460 check on Thursday, Nov. …
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Clinton Pottery is about community and family

Thursday, October 31
CLINTON — Clinton Pottery has designed, produced and sold pottery in the Village of Clinton for more than 40 years, albeit not in the same location. However, what’s always remained the same is …
ALMOST LOCAL — Rachel Bartunek and her shopmate, Tucker, are excited to be opening a bigger, more visible shop at 18 W. Park Row this month with the official hard opening on Nov. 6. Bartunek is hoping people will find her new store “unique” and a fun place to shop with a local flavor and not for the average gift shop gifts.

Almost Local moves to new location

Thursday, October 31
CLINTON — Rachel Bartunek, of Westchester County, has been living in Clinton for about four years and loves the village so much she feels like a local. Well, almost local. Hence the name of her new …
TO THE RESCUE — Kirkland Police Administrative Officer Shawn Occhipinti holds his new feathered friend, an Eastern screech owl rescued by a passing motorist on Route 315. Once he’s back to full health, the owl will be released back into the wild.

Kirkland Police, Lindfield Transmission and Auto Repair help injured owl

Thursday, October 24
CLINTON — Who gives a hoot about an Eastern screech owl that suffered injuries in a recent accident? Kirkland Police and Lindfield Transmission and Auto Repair do. On Wednesday, Oct. 16, Senior …
HISTORY LESSON — Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization Professor Douglas Ambrose of Hamilton College speaks to approximately 50 people on Monday, Oct. 14 at the AHI headquarters, 21 W. Park Row, in Clinton. The lecture focused on the influence and impact of Christopher Columbus on American culture over the past five centuries.

Ambrose gives Columbus Day lecture

Thursday, October 24
CLINTON — Christopher Columbus himself is not celebrated on the second Monday in October in America, rather it’s the idea of the man that’s commemorated said Alexander Hamilton Institute …
GROUNDBREAKING ­­— Kirkland Trail board members, town officials and Hamilton College President David Wippman gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony on Dugway Road, on Monday, Oct. 7. The ceremony was held for the new Kirkland Trails bike, walk and run path being constructed parallel to Route 12B from the Town of Marshall to the intersection of Routes 12B and 233 in Kirkland. From left are: Kathy Collett, Wippman, Jermain Gogel, Garry Calorusso, Jon Scott, Sharon Williams, Dr. Jim Bramley, Chris CeeLee and Chip Bassett.

Kirkland Trails breaks ground on long-awaited recreation project

Thursday, October 17
CLINTON — The Kirkland Trails group, Hamilton College President David Wippman and Kirkland town officials gathered Monday, Oct. 7 on Dugway Road in Kirkland to celebrate the groundbreaking of the …