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Counties claim assets from MOSA's dismantling
The counties involved in the regional trash authority known as MOSA will divvy up the organization's cash reserves when it dissolves, an action expected to take place this spring, as the counties go their separate ways on waste management..
Fire chief: Store was full of poisonous gas
Four people could have died from carbon-monoxide poisoning at Coddington's Florist, which was declared unsafe by code officials, the fire chief told the Oneonta Board of Public Service on Thursday.
Leading genetics researcher to speak at Hartwick College
Hartwick College will host a renowned national researcher this month for a discussion focused on genetics.
Balloon's flight endsin Otegoman's yard
Tom Barrett of Otego said a puzzling object he found in a field Thursday made him feel like he was living out a science-fiction film.
New Rose book reignites Hall exclusion debate
A new book chronicling the career of baseball legend is expected to reignite the debate over his exclusion from the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.l
- Counties claim assets from MOSA's dismantling
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Hartwick women look to end NCAA drought
It's been a long time for the Hartwick College women's basketball team. The Hawks will host an NCAA Division III Tournament game for the first time in 17 years today as Lambros Arena prepares for an opening-round doubleheader. Amherst and Springfield will play the first game at 5 p.m. today, followed by Hartwick and Baruch at 7 p.m.
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- Hartwick women look to end NCAA drought
Stewart A. Pollock
LOWER BURRELL, Pa./COOPERSTOWN -- The Rev. Stewart A. Pollock, son of Dr. Donald and Elinor Pollock of Cooperstown, died unexpectedly early Wednesday morning, March 5, 2014, at Forbes Hospital in Monroeville, Pa. An ordained Presbyterian Minister, the Rev. Pollock was 59.
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- Stewart A. Pollock
In Your Opinion: Let's all work to sustain 'positive energy'
One person said he was "blown away" by it. Another called it "extremely gratifying." A third said, "There was a real lot of positive energy."
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- In Your Opinion: Let's all work to sustain 'positive energy'
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- Mark Simonson
Beauty, grooming took center stage in Oneonta in March 1964
Good grooming, beauty and style seemed to be a recurring theme in the news around Oneonta during the month of March 1964.Continued ...
- Beauty, grooming took center stage in Oneonta in March 1964
- Big Chuck
There was just no telling about snow days
Winters get harder as we get older. Things change. It snows more. It snows less. It gets colder. It's a lot milder. It all changes as our knees start to creak and the thought of shoveling a foot of snow seems positively daunting.Continued ...
- There was just no telling about snow days
- Chuck Pinkey
Socialism is sneaking into the U.S.
After watching President Obama's State of the Union speech a couple of weeks ago, I came to the realization that we are witnessing the continued growth of socialism in America. Believe it or not, we are far down that road already.Continued ...
- Socialism is sneaking into the U.S.
- Sam Pollak
Religion should be a comfort, not a weapon
Discuss politics or religion in any establishment that specializes in dispensing alcohol, and -- proprietors warn -- the discussion is highly likely to result in you waking up on the tavern floor and spitting out teeth, probably your own.Continued ...
- Religion should be a comfort, not a weapon
- Cary Brunswick
It's time for warmer relations with Cuba
It has been 55 years since Fidel Castro and his bands of nationalist fighters and supporters took over the government of Cuba. The United States immediately took issue with that regime change, and ever since has had serious problems with the tiny nation just south of the Florida Keys.Continued ...
- It's time for warmer relations with Cuba
- Justin Vernold
- Emily Popek
- Publishers Desk
VIDEO: Kentucky AG holds back tears, announces he won't defend marriage ban
In a tearful statement that went viral this week, Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway announced that he would not defend his state's ban on gay marriage in court. Conway made the announcement after a federal judge ruled that Kentucky must recognize same sex marriages performed in other states. However, Gov. Steve Beshear said he will hire private attorneys to appeal the judge's order.
March 6, 2014
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