A story in on Page 1 of Friday’s edition of The Daily Star misspelled the surname of the spokesman for the Civil Service Employees Association. The name of the spokesman is Mark Kotzin.
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Chobani cuts temp workers, shuffles shifts
Chobani, the producer of Greek-style yogurt, will no longer rely on temporary workers at its Chenango County plant and is switching its regular workers from 12-hour daily shifts to 8 hours per day, a company representative confirmed.
Main Street shops to host holiday event today
The Greater Oneonta Historical Society is leading a drive to bring shoppers downtown this week, reviving a tradition from years gone by when Main Street shops would stay open late on Thursday nights.
Longtime Delhi school worker says farewell
A standing ovation was given to a retiring Delaware Academy elementary school maintenance worker Wednesday at a school assembly.
Delhi 'stalwart' Wilbur Oles mourned by friends
To those who knew Wilbur S. Oles Jr. of Delhi, who died Wednesday, he was "Bill."
Delaware County makes plans for state grant funds
While nature takes on the look of dormancy, there is activity in Delaware County. "Significant funds from the State have been awarded to the Delaware County Industrial Developmental Agency," said Glenn Nealis, executive director of Delaware County Economic Development. "The funds will be used in the town(s) of Kortright, Davenport, and Walton."
DEC proposes ban on boar hunting
Eurasian boars would off-limits for hunters in New York state if regulations proposed by the state Department of Environmental Conservation are approved.
- Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Local Catholics praise Time's pope pick
It is a rare event that a humble man of God trumps movie stars, politicians, sports heroes and reluctant celebrities.
Local trooper, dog graduate from K-9 academy
ALBANY -- Skiff, a handsome and muscular 3-year-old German shepherd, showed no signs of having the butterflies when he was called to the stage Tuesday to be recognized as one of latest graduates of the State Police Canine Handler Basic School in Cooperstown.
Storm closes area schools, roads
A storm that brought snow to the area Tuesday caused early school and many after-school activity cancellations.
Council: Rapper deserves benefit of the doubt
A Common Council member and the mayor urged a positive approach Tuesday to plans in the works to have a controversial rapper appear at OH-Fest in the spring.
Group: Pipeline firm is ignoring questions
Planners of the proposed $683 million Constitution Pipeline are avoiding public scrutiny by ducking numerous questions posed by regulators evaluating the project's environmental impact, a legal clinic representing the project's foes charged Tuesday.
- Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Police say heroin is a local crisis
Low prices and easy access have led to a troubling comeback of the addictive drug heroin, area officials said Monday, with police officials and social workers scrambling to frame responses to the problem.
Foothills director Garcia to step down
The executive director of Foothills Performing Arts & Civic Center, Huemac Garcia, announced his retirement Friday, effective Dec. 31, officials at the organization said Monday.
KFC manager marks 30 years on the job
Her job is still finger lickin' good after 30 years, a longtime employee at the Oneonta Kentucky Fried Chicken said Monday.
Public television, radio seeks nominees for women's awards
WCNY is accepting nominations for its second annual "Women Who Make America Awards" from 19 upstate counties, including Otsego.
Crouch to host town hall meeting|
Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch, R-Bainbridge, will host a town hall meeting Wednesday.
Workers at SUCO offer warm gesture for Bassett
Thirty patients in Bassett Healthcare Network's cancer center at FoxCare will stay a little warmer this winter season, according to SUNY Oneonta Human Resources Manager Melissa NiCosia.
Agency offers plan for personal finance, health
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County is encouraging area residents to take advantage of the Small Steps to Health and Wealth program to start 2014 off on the right foot.
- Monday, December 16, 2013
Holidays don't bring joy to all
Bright winter light flooded a local church meeting room, where six women and a man sat in a circle and shared memories of Christmases past -- and some worries about the holiday season this year.
Chenango County man still missing
A Chenango County man has been missing since last week, according to state police at Norwich who conducted several searches.
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