Michael Buck of Middlefield charged with second-degree murder
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Officials: IDA will be leading jobs push
A variety of Otsego County leaders have agreed that the county IDA will be the key contact in its economic development.
Police request help to identify suspect
The Otsego County Sheriffâ€™s Office is asking for the public's help to identify the suspect in a burglary investigation.
Groups team up to keep kids warm
Two local organizations have distributed more than 90 new coats to children in the Otsego County area.
Mayor: Santa Claus is coming to village
Santa Claus has officially come to Cooperstown, and will be greeting children and families from a cottage in Pioneer Park right up until Christmas Eve.
Man charged with felony ID theft|
A Hollis Points man was arrested Friday on seven felonies, Oneonta police said.
- Officials: IDA will be leading jobs push
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Unatego wrestlers edge Walton
Unatego rode a pin from Nate Wilsey and four straight forfeits to a season-opening wrestling victory Thursday as the host Spartans defeated Walton, 34-32, in a Midstate Athletic Conference dual meet.
- Worcester girls take Walton title
- Hartwick women cruise past Sage
- Area Sports Briefs
- Gray squirrels bring back some fond memories
- Unatego wrestlers edge Walton
Shirley Howard Knapp
EARLVILLE -- Shirley Howard Knapp, 92, formerly of Earlville, Hamilton and Chenango Valley Home in Norwich, passed away in Thomaston, Maine, on Nov. 29, 2013, following a period of declining health.
- Howard Johns
- Rosalie V. Simmons
- Louise M. Kubis
- June A. DeBari
- Shirley Howard Knapp
Safety Track should pay taxes, fines
Apparently Mountain Top Airfield, the parent company of New York Safety Track, finds it easier to pay for a full page ad than to pay for its school and property taxes. Mountain Top Airfield, which owns the land on which New York Safety Track runs, has brought legal action against the town of Harpersfield and the Charlotte Valley School District to cut its assessment taxes in half.
- Dems, not GOP, caused the shutdown
- Hill could use some down-home discipline
- Why not allow crossbow hunting?|
- Solar, wind powerare a joke|
- Safety Track should pay taxes, fines
- Weddings & Engagements
- Mark Simonson
Professional basketball exhibitions played at armory
Every now and then our region gets a visit from basketball show teams such as the Harlem Globetrotters. In recent years no one can say they saw NBA caliber teams play in Oneonta. In late 1948 and in early 1953 however, Oneonta could boast of watching both levels of basketball talent play on what was their premier hometown court.Continued ...
- Professional basketball exhibitions played at armory
- Big Chuck
There's no tough sledding when you're a youngster|
Winter weather is here. And so are outdoor winter activities.Continued ...
- There's no tough sledding when you're a youngster|
- Chuck Pinkey
Obama forcing us to give 'til it hurts|
Recently, a friend of mine sent me an email, and it read, "Putting things in perspective: Dec. 7, 1941 to May 8, 1945 is 3 years, 5 months, 1 day and March 21, 2010 (Obamacare passage) to Oct. 1, 2013 (website launch) is 3 years, 6 months, 10 days.Continued ...
- Obama forcing us to give 'til it hurts|
- Sam Pollak
- Cary Brunswick
- Justin Vernold
- Emily Popek
- Publishers Desk
- Upstate Life
VIDEO: World reacts to death of Mandela
Nelson Mandela spent nearly a third of his life as a prisoner of apartheid before leading South Africa in a relatively peaceful transition of power that inspired the world. The iconic figure died Thursday at the age of 95.
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- A 67-year-old caroling tradition
- VIDEO: World reacts to death of Mandela