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WESTMORELAND — Three dogs were exposed to a raccoon that later was confirmed to have rabies in Westmoreland, the Oneida County Health Department reported Thursday. The raccoon was sent to the state … more
Local students were named to the president’s list and dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester at SUNY Oswego. President’s list: Evelyn T. Burdick, of Clinton, human development major; Kacie R. … more
CLINTON — The Clinton Village Board of Trustees convened at the Village Green gazebo on Monday, Aug. 3 at 7 p.m., as it has done each month since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in March … more
CLINTON — The case of Robert and Bruce Evans, of Clinton, concerning the Oct. 21 altercation between them and Melissa L. Gehrke at the Breakaway Lounge, is under consideration for dismissal in … more
ONEONTA — Local students were among the 1,000 graduates of SUNY Oneonta’s Class of 2020. They are: Megan Bush, of Westmoreland, bachelor’s of science degree in childhood education with honors; … more
PURCHASE — Alexandra Gibbons, of Oriskany Falls, was named to the spring 2020 semester dean’s list at SUNY Purchase. more
SYRACUSE — Local students were named to the spring 2020 semester dean’s list at Le Moyne College. They are: Amber Ford, of Oriskany Falls, bachelor’s of science in chemistry; and Kylie Trunfio, … more
KIRKLAND — A memorial moment of silence was observed at the Kirkland Town Board meeting on Monday, Aug. 10 for Town Board Councilman Mike O’Neil and Parks and Recreation employee Janice Hogan who … more
Louisa Gale, daughter of Joseph and Ann Gale, of Clinton, graduated from Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, after majoring in biological chemistry and minoring in religious studies. Gale, who is a 2016 … more
CLINTON — For 17 years, BeadforLife has been a circle of inspiration and engagement between the impoverished women in Africa and supporters around the world, and their items are among the wide … more
HOLECK — To Gary and Mary Holeck, of Clinton, on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at Bassett Medical Center, Cooperstown, a daughter. more
CLINTON — The Clinton Farmers Market, partnering with the Clinton Lion’s Club, collected food as part of Give Back N.Y. Week, donating the items to the Country Pantry of Clark Mills on Thursday, … more
CLINTON — From thinking all students should be attending school on campus this fall to those who feel children’s learning experience should be done remotely and entirely at home, community … more
CLINTON — Vandals, using colored chalk, scrawled messages on the village green pathways and on the gazebo. The markings and messages — which were discovered on Wednesday, Aug. 12, by the village … more
Students will be returning to school in the near future. Whether it be kindergarten through 12th grade, or college, our community will be alive with the activities of continuing education. As we all … more
Over the past two years, Spectrum Cable has raised my rates over four times in several different ways. I remember in 2018 Anthony Brindisi ran on promises to stop Spectrum from doing such a thing. … more
CLINTON — Clinton Central School has released its preliminary reopening plan for school in the fall, including schedules for the elementary, middle and high schools. As part of the district’s … more
Section III has reclassified a number of winter and spring sports at various member schools for the upcoming school year. The section’s reclassification committee made the changes, which will last … more
COOPERSTOWN (AP) — The Baseball Hall of Fame’s class of 2020 has to wait a year to get inducted because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the careers of Derek Jeter, Ted Simmons, Larry Walker, and … more
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