In serious condition at Cobleskill Regional Hospital
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Walton woman inspires by running Boston Marathon
About nine blocks away from the hospital where she received a life-saving liver transplant 23 years ago, a woman from Walton crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
Trash haulers tip fee set at $65 per ton in Otsego County
Manor sale to Focus awaits state review
Wanted: Volunteer firefighters
Fire station doors will rise this weekend for open houses, demonstrations and other activities as part of a statewide recruitment effort.
Troopers: Adults fought in presence of children
A Fleischmanns man and woman have been arrested after a fight with two other adults in the presence of children, state police at Margaretville said.
- Walton woman inspires by running Boston Marathon
- Local Sports
Baker strikes out 18, but OHS drops the ball
Junior Brieanna Baker had 18 strikeouts, but four Oneonta High errors helped visiting Chenango Forks to five unearned runs and the Yellowjackets lost, 6-5, in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference softball game Wednesday.
- B-G baseball shuts down Greene, 3-0
- Freshman's performance jumps out for Cooperstown girls track
- Former Hartwick QB starring in Arena Football League
- Delhi men advance to NJCAA lacrosse semifinal
- Baker strikes out 18, but OHS drops the ball
Jack R. Iversen
ONEONTA -- Jack R. Iversen was born May 31, 1930, in Chicago, to Rose and LeRoy Iversen. He died at the age of 83 on April 21, 2014, in the Albany area, where he relocated so he could be with family during his battle with cancer.
- Arthur M. Demopoulos
- Raymond E. Southworth
- Pamela L. Matthews
- Lois S. Herrick
- Jack R. Iversen
In Our Opinion: Blame politics for only one pipeline delay
Let's call it a tale of two pipelines.
- In Your Opinion: GOP's lies aren't helping America
- In Your Opinion: Speak out for campaign finance reform
- In Our Opinion: Start saving the Earth today
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- In Our Opinion: Blame politics for only one pipeline delay
- Weddings & Engagements
- Mark Simonson
A historian's mailbag reflects, corrects recent columns
It seems like an eternity since I last reached into the historian's "mailbag" to share some correspondence. The "bag" of today can include electronic mail, or just someone stopping to chat with me in the supermarket or places I may be speaking to groups. But I'll reiterate what my fellow columnist Big Chuck said recently, "Keep those cards and letters coming."Continued ...
- A historian's mailbag reflects, corrects recent columns
- Big Chuck
- Chuck Pinkey
Cruising for a bruising with socialism
While we were down South this winter, my wife came up with a "deal." We take a one hour time-share sales presentation and tour, and we receive, free of charge, a three-day Caribbean cruise. What could possibly go wrong?Continued ...
- Cruising for a bruising with socialism
- Sam Pollak
- Cary Brunswick
Government lost trust by spying on us
Flaws in that little padlock on people's supposedly secure Internet sites have sent users in recent days scrambling to change passwords and question whether they should keep providing sensitive information in their online interactions.Continued ...
- Government lost trust by spying on us
- Justin Vernold
- Emily Popek
- Publishers Desk
Affirmative action ruling challenges colleges seeking diversity
The U.S. Supreme Court's support of Michigan's ban on race-based affirmative action in university admissions may spur colleges to find new ways to achieve diversity without using racial preferences.
April 23, 2014
- A 'wearable robot' helps her walk again
- Cuba is running out of condoms
- Affirmative action ruling challenges colleges seeking diversity