- On the Bright Side
- Apr 24, 2014
Man has helped hundreds with blood donations
An Oneonta man continues to help others in a tradition that started in 1970.Continued ...
- Apr 23, 2014
Students to learn about Hungarian wine industry
When you're selecting a wine to go with your dinner tonight, the country of Hungary will probably never cross your mind. But it should, according to a State University College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill staff member who will host six Hungarian visitors today and is familiar with the nation and its wine.Continued ...
- Apr 22, 2014
Seven area teachers to be honored with awards
Seven area middle and high school teachers will be honored Thursday for their assistance in training the next generation. The Awards for Exemplary Service will be presented at the 21st annual Celebration of Teaching reception starting at 4 p.m. April 24, in the Craven Lounge of the State University College at Oneonta. The event that coincides with National Teacher Appreciation Week, also recognizes all area teachers who have contributed their time and expertise to the collegeâ€™s Secondary Education program.Continued ...
- Apr 21, 2014
C'town gives Easter Bunny warm welcome
More than 100 people watched as the Easter Bunny and friends arrived at Lakefront Park aboard the Cooperstown Fire Truck on Saturday.Continued ...
- Apr 19, 2014
Easter celebrations aplenty set for Sunday
Area Christians will join others worldwide observing Easter Sunday, which some local clergy describe as a time of forgiveness, celebration and joy and more.Continued ...
Oldest seed company in U.S. sets roots in Sharon Springs
For plant life, seeds are the unit of reproduction that provide the pathway to a new beginning. And a new beginning is what the oldest seed company in the United States is now making in the village of Sharon Springs.Continued ...
- Apr 18, 2014
Area educators picked for state's Master Teacher partnerships
SUNY Oneonta was well-represented in the recent group of 215 school educators Gov. Andrew Cuomo named to the state Master Teacher program.Continued ...
- Apr 17, 2014
Local students earn Girl Scouts' highest honors
Two local young women have earned the highest award in Girl Scouting after spending more than 80 hours working on projects to impact their communities.Continued ...
- Apr 15, 2014
OWL, college team up to teach kids science
More than 70 little ones gathered at SUNY Oneonta's Science Discovery Center on Saturday to learn about a world far littler than their own.Continued ...
- Apr 14, 2014
Study: New York is No. 1 -- in taxes
The Empire State has the highest tax burden in the nation, according to a recently released study â€" a ranking that frustrates at least two local lawmakers. â€©â€©The Tax Foundation ranked New York as No. 1 in a study of states' tax burdens for residents, based on 2011 data.Continued ...
Mayor declares city-wide fitness challenge
More than 30 individuals gathered at SUNY Oneonta's Craven Lounge in Morris Hall on Sunday to learn about a new community fitness program that aims to bring Oneonta together as a healthier and happier community, according to its creator.Continued ...
- Apr 10, 2014
Magazine: Baseball HOF among top 10 family museums
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown has been named a top-10 winner in a magazine survey of family museums.Continued ...
- Apr 9, 2014
- Area students experiment with 3-D printer
- Apr 8, 2014
SUCO graduate to return, speak at conference
A SUNY Oneonta alumnus will return to the city of the hills on Saturday as her alma mater hosts, for the first time, a prestigious undergraduate history conference.Continued ...
- Apr 7, 2014
Gilbertsville woman's inventive art wins 'Best of Show'
A Gilbertsville woman's imagination and artistry won her an award at an exhibit featuring the work of more than 65 New York-based artists.Continued ...
- Apr 4, 2014
Edmeston principal receives top award from state
An Otsego County principal was honored last week with a prestigious award from the School Administration Association of New York State, according to a March 28th press release.Continued ...
- Apr 3, 2014
Nine local students earn SUNY's top honors
Nine elite students attending local State University of New York colleges were honored at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany on Wednesday for their scholarly accomplishments and overall excellence.Continued ...
- Apr 1, 2014
Students, local chefs team up for finals feast
Two college students may soon know the highly sought-after recipes of Brooks' House of Bar-B-Q sauce as more than 50 students, who are enrolled in SUNY Cobleskill's Culinary Arts Program, are set to work alongside successful local chefs and food experts this week, an organizer said Monday.Continued ...
- Mar 31, 2014
Crayon Carnival offers colorful fun
Saturday's Crayon Carnival and Stroll of Nations at Cooperstown Central School offered a colorful counterpoint to the dull weather outdoors. The event, which has been a CCS tradition for more than 30 years, was hosted by the school's Parent Teacher Association and featured a cake walk, an inflatable bounce house, a large indoor slide, carnival games, basket raffles and other family-friendly entertainments.Continued ...
- Mar 28, 2014
Professor to return to India as Mellon Fellow
Stephen A. Kolenda, professor of Business Administration and Accounting at Hartwick College, recently returned from a whirlwind study tour of India, visiting 24 businesses in 22 days in four of the country's major cities and, after being selected as a prestigious Mellon Fellow, will be headed back in June to see a more rural side of the country.Continued ...