- Reporter's Notebook
- Mar 12, 2011
Reporter's Notebook: Envelopes: Quick toss is rued later
I have a bad habit of throwing away envelopes.Continued ...
- Mar 5, 2011
Reporter's Notebook: Soldiers, families reunited
It was a joyful homecoming for members of the New York Army National Guard's 827th Engineering Company, returning to their Walton armory in February.Continued ...
- Feb 26, 2011
Reporter's Notebook:Events around the world touch us here
There is a tradition in the military of naming ships, bases, camps and outposts after fallen troops. Camp Sabalu-Harrison in Bagram, Afghanistan, is no exception.Continued ...
- Feb 19, 2011
Reporter's Notebook: Birthing center welcomes first newborns
Doctors and nurses mingled with guests during a recent open house at the Birthing Center of Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown.Continued ...
- Feb 12, 2011
Editor's Notebook: Saying 'no' can be toughest part of job
One of the hardest things about the job of an assignment editor is having to say "no" _ and there are a lot of reasons I have to do just that on a near-daily basis.Continued ...
- Feb 5, 2011
Reporter's Notebook: Award puts profession in perspective
In discussing her receipt of an elite honor recently, Mary Jane Giarrusso-Wilken, SUNY Delhi professor of nursing and allied health, shared some thoughts. She was awarded the distinguished teacher professorship from the State University of New York.Continued ...
- Jan 29, 2011
Reporter's Notebook: Congregation, community react to church burning
College students formed an impromptu band to play during a recent service for the First Baptist Church in Walton.Continued ...
- Jan 15, 2011
Reporter's Notebook: Mayor likes to get down to business
The second annual mayor's retreat at City Hall went much like most Common Council meetings under Mayor Dick Miller: It was brisk and to the point.Continued ...
- Jan 1, 2011
Reporter's Notebook:State to assess level of 'green' employment
The level of "green" employment is under review.Continued ...
- Dec 26, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Judge's decision in Hull trial leaves families in suspense
A 17-year-old girl waiting anxiously in Maine for Supreme Court Justice Michael V. Coccoma's decision on sentencing in the Glenford Hull murder trial might not have gotten what she wanted for Christmas anyway, but when the wheels of justice ground to a halt Dec. 17 her hopes were put on hold until next year.Continued ...
- Dec 18, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: So what exactly drives lake effect?
Like the rain in the scene from "Forest Gump," the snow seemed to come from all directions, even straight up.Continued ...
- Dec 11, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Advocates fight to keep open rest stops
At a protest to prevent the closing of a couple of local state highway rest stops, the wife of a trucker murdered when he rested in his rig in South Carolina spoke. Jason Rivenburg was murdered in 2009, 12 miles from his destination, because he got there too early and had to wait, officials said.Continued ...
- Dec 4, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Police dog all business in encounter
Business cards are handy and can be informative. The card I have for Matti has a picture and many basic details about him and his job.Continued ...
- Nov 27, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Veterans Day program offers something for all
The Oneonta Community Christian School has a good thing going with its annual Veterans Day program.Continued ...
- Nov 20, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Jury duty an educational experience for family
When Nicole Edwards, 25, of Delhi, was called to serve on the jury during Glenford Hull's retrial on a second-degree murder charge, her civic duty became a family affair.Continued ...
- Oct 30, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Despite lack of coverage, Haiti is still in need of help
I am not sure who has a shorter attention span, my 2 ½-year-old daughter or the news media.Continued ...
- Oct 9, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Executive is 'honored' to return to job
Paul C. Landers describes himself as ``recycled.’’Continued ...
- Sep 11, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Autism awareness has grown recently; local program available
Awareness of autism and its impact has grown in recent years. In tandem, support services and programs, such as the local Family Resource Network's Dragon Dates Recreational Program for youths with autism, seem more available.Continued ...
- Aug 28, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Stories bring back memories
Sometimes when reporters cover stories, it strikes a personal chord and brings up old memories.Continued ...
- Aug 14, 2010
Reporter's Notebook: Broad Street's history a great story
Lots of fascinating Oneonta history was discussed while I was working on a recent story about an upcoming exhibit at the Greater Oneonta Historical Society. Organizers are looking for people with memories or memorabilia about the street that was removed from Oneonta's downtown during the urban renewal project started in the 1960s. The show is scheduled to run Sept. 19 to Nov. 16.Continued ...