Jared Boice confesses, charged with animal cruelty, sheriff's office says
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Big HOF class gets beefed-up security
All efforts have been made to provide a safe and secure weekend for visitors to the upcoming Baseball Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies, several involved said.
Young teams make time for trips to Hall
Is there anything that could possibly be more important to a bunch of avid young baseball players who find themselves in the vicinity of Cooperstown than a visit to the Baseball Hall of Fame?
Children's summer lunch program does it by the book
While books may not be on the menu of an Oneonta-based lunch program, they will be nearby today.
Area philanthropist steps up for South Sudan
A Gilbertsville physician's assistant and the church he attends are hosting a fundraiser next month for a cause close to their hearts.
Tax data: Sales in Otsego County are rising
Sales tax collections have inched higher in Otsego County in the six months of half of 2014, surpassing last year's revenue at the halfway point by nearly $300,000, according to the latest tally examined by The Daily Star.
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Outlaws right behind Red Wings after win
The Outlaws have four more chances to get their half. Despite closing Tuesday's New York Collegiate Baseball League game at Damaschke Field with four scoreless innings, Oneonta held on for a 7-6 victory over the first-place Geneva Red Wings that brought the defending champions within a half-game of the top spot in the six-team Eastern Division.
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- Outlaws right behind Red Wings after win
Howard I. Chamber
DADE CITY, FL. -- A graveside service for Howard I. Chambers, who passed away on April 1, 2014, in Dade City, Fla., will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 26, at the Charlotte Valley Cemetery in West Davenport, with the Rev. Mel Farmer officiating.
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- Howard I. Chamber
In our opinion: Donating blood is an act of altruism
So, the Red Cross folks want you to donate some of your blood.
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- Mark Simonson
Successes, train derailment were newsmakers in July 1984
The names and accomplishments of New, Drago, Ferraro and Ono, and a train derailment in Emmons were all making news in our area during July 1984.Continued ...
- Successes, train derailment were newsmakers in July 1984
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Baseball cards: Different spokes for different folks
Baseball cards as an investment? Fugetaboutit!Continued ...
- Baseball cards: Different spokes for different folks
- Chuck Pinkey
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'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
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Llama on the loose corralled in Missouri town
A llama on the lam cruised Main Street Tuesday before it mistook a resident’s fenced backyard for a place to grab a meal and freshen up.
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