Jared Boice confesses, charged with animal cruelty, sheriff's office says
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Report: New Yorkers are stingy on organ donations
When it comes to organ and tissue donation, New York is one of the stingiest states in the nation, according to a report issued this week by Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. Otsego, Delaware and Chenango counties are not much better than the state average, the report shows.
Drug-trafficking probe yields another arrest: Charges stem from kingpin's 2010 bust
The arrest of a Westchester County man Tuesday for alleged oxycodone and heroin trafficking culminates a four-year, multi-agency investigation into the local drug trade, according to a media release from the Otsego County Sheriff's office.
Disaster funds available for raising homes
Up to $300 million has been made available through the state's NY Rising Housing Recovery Program to support home elevations for 6,575 homeowners, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced in a media release Thursday.
Man faces rape charges|
A 19-year-old Oneonta man was arrested Wednesday on rape charges, according to a release from the Delaware County Sheriff's Department.
City offers free week of swimming lessons
Free water-safety lessons will be provided to city and non-city Oneonta residents Aug. 4 through 7 when the Oneonta Family YMCA holds Splash Week, a person involved with the program said.
- Report: New Yorkers are stingy on organ donations
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Homers give Outlaws the edge: Oneonta to host Red Wings tonight
Frank D'Agostino and Jimmy Hand gave Oneonta the power to succeed Thursday night. D'Agostino hit a leadoff home run in the eighth inning and Hand followed with a two-out homer in the ninth to cap the scoring as the Outlaws beat the host Geneva Red Wings, 7-5, in the opening game of the New York Collegiate Baseball League Eastern Division championship series.
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- Homers give Outlaws the edge: Oneonta to host Red Wings tonight
Joan F. Moyer
ONEONTA -- Joan F. Moyer passed away Monday, July 28, 2014, at the Albany Medical Center following a brief illness. She was surrounded and embraced by her immediate family, her husband, Bob, daughters, Terri and Kathy and son Scott.
- Gary L. Dewey
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- Wade F. Sperry
- Geraldine 'Gerri' M. Bender
- Joan F. Moyer
In Your Opinion: Pressure lawmakers about fracking
Regarding hydraulic fracturing, I have three questions for your consideration.
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- Mark Simonson
Lure of local off-track betting gained little foothold
From now until Labor Day, many from across our region will take a trip to Saratoga Casino and Raceway. Some will go to take in the sights and sounds, others for the "swag" that's given away, and of course some will place their bets on a favorite racehorse.Continued ...
- Lure of local off-track betting gained little foothold
- Big Chuck
- Chuck Pinkey
Public ignores what's good about the U.S.
Wednesday night, Sue and I went to see the movie "America: Imagine The World Without Her." It is based on the best-selling book by Indian immigrant Dinesh D'Sousa. I would venture that if there is a book worth reading or a movie worthy of its admission price, it is "America."Continued ...
- Public ignores what's good about the U.S.
- Sam Pollak
- Cary Brunswick
'Insurgent' or 'patriot' can be hard to define
A common perception may have been that writing human history is a mere description and explanation of events. We know better now, however, that even the driest facts are colored by the language and ideology of those doing the writing.Continued ...
- 'Insurgent' or 'patriot' can be hard to define
- Justin Vernold
- Emily Popek
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Church's denied request for National Guard visit draws national attention
A Missouri church finds itself in the middle of a media storm after the Missouri National Guard, citing short notice and time constraints, was not able to fulfill a request last week to appear at the church’s vacation Bible school.
August 1, 2014
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- Church's denied request for National Guard visit draws national attention