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Schoharie organizers gear up for fair week
Itâ€™s almost time for the â€œday in the sunâ€� for the only eight-day county fair in the state, one of its officials said Wednesday.
For ex-mayor, 2014 HOF class includes a friend
Sam Nader will never forget the day his dear friend "Coxy" bolted out of an important business meeting to greet him and give him a big hug, he said Wednesday.
Hall's bronze plaques carry special honor
Bronze plaques honoring this year's National Baseball Hall of Fame inductees are part art, part history, part traditional and all mystery until Sunday.
Town officials: We've learned from botched project
Richmondville officials are vowing to clamp tighter controls on public grant money for economic development projects after the town was scolded in a state audit for lax oversight of the Maranatha Family Center project, a $5.6 million fitness and recreation center that now sits empty.
Schumer eyes credits to turn yogurt waste into fuel
While the Chobani yogurt plant in Chenango County continues to allow its whey to be used as fertilizer and cattle feed, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said Wednesday he wants to create new tax incentives for the upstate dairy industry to convert the waste product into energy.
- Schoharie organizers gear up for fair week
- Local Sports
Outlaws miss chance to take over first with 3-2 loss
Oneonta's chances of winning the Eastern Division of the New York Collegiate Baseball League took a major hit Wednesday night as the visiting Outlaws fell, 3-2, to the division-leading Geneva Red Wings.
- Kozak earns First Team recognition
- Area Sports Briefs
- Local Results
- NYCBL Standings
- Outlaws miss chance to take over first with 3-2 loss
Alan Lee Trask
LAURENS -- Alan Lee Trask, 56, of Laurens, passed away on Monday, July 21, 2014, at the A.O. Fox Hospital in Oneonta. Alan was born on Aug. 31, 1957, in Utica the son of Louie F. and Jane (McMullen) Trask.
- John M. Fisher
- Barbara R. Andresen
- Howard I. Chamber
- Christine Janet Wakeman
- Alan Lee Trask
In Our Opinion: LGBT order was meaningful step
"Gender isn't an either/or proposition. There are lots of different ways of expressing oneself."
- In Your Opinion: Accusations about Gibson out of line
- In our opinion: Donating blood is an act of altruism
- In Your Opinion: Eldridge a better choice for House
- In Our Opinion: Cheers
- In Our Opinion: LGBT order was meaningful step
- Weddings & Engagements
- 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
- Big Chuck
Baseball cards: Different spokes for different folks
Baseball cards as an investment? Fugetaboutit!Continued ...
- Baseball cards: Different spokes for different folks
- Chuck Pinkey
- 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
- Publishers Desk
Almost half of America's obese youth don't know they're obese
The good news is that after decades of furious growth, obesity rates finally seem to be leveling off in the U.S.. The bad news is that America's youth still appear to be dangerously unaware of the problem.
July 23, 2014
- Darth Vader is polling higher than all potential 2016 presidential candidates
- Llama on the loose corralled in Missouri town
- Almost half of America's obese youth don't know they're obese