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Attendees: Otsego fair's laid-back feel is relaxing
The more the merrier, right? Not necessarily. The best part of the Otsego County Fair in Morris is actually the lack of crowds, according to several fair-goers and vendors interviewed on opening day Tuesday.
Group plans substitute for canceled HOF concert
COOPERSTOWN -- After the recent cancellation of a planned 75th anniversary concert for the National Baseball Hall of Fame featuring the Boston Pops and Paul Simon, the public is being invited to Lakefront Park for an outdoor showing Saturday of the 1989 baseball movie "Field of Dreams." Replace it and they will come.
Search is on to replace local United Way director
The local United Way has blossomed from a conduit of contributions into an agency that has identified community needs and worked to build partnerships among social services groups and businesses, the former executive director said Tuesday.
Oneonta police: Beware of utility scam on phone
The City of Oneonta Police Department has received multiple reports of a scam in the area pertaining to payments due a utility.
Town gives bridge short-term repairs|
Some emergency repairs have resulted in the Clarence Musson road bridge in Butternuts being opened for traffic Tuesday morning, Butternuts Supervisor Charles Eckelmann said Tuesday.
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Reliever keeps Outlaws in title hunt: Agar, Hicks shut down Sherrill in Game 2
Brandon Agar is redefining the role of closer. Agar struck out six, walked two and allowed one earned run on three hits in 4 1/3 innings of relief Tuesday as the Oneonta Outlaws extended their New York Collegiate Baseball League season with a 3-2 victory over the Sherrill Silversmiths at Damaschke Field.
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- Reliever keeps Outlaws in title hunt: Agar, Hicks shut down Sherrill in Game 2
In our opinion: Cooperstown recaptured its magic this year
On the 75th anniversary of the first Baseball Hall of Fame inductions, Cooperstown recaptured its magic.
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Lure of local off-track betting gained little foothold
From now until Labor Day, many from across our region will take a trip to Saratoga Casino and Raceway. Some will go to take in the sights and sounds, others for the "swag" that's given away, and of course some will place their bets on a favorite racehorse.Continued ...
- Lure of local off-track betting gained little foothold
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- Chuck Pinkey
Public ignores what's good about the U.S.
Wednesday night, Sue and I went to see the movie "America: Imagine The World Without Her." It is based on the best-selling book by Indian immigrant Dinesh D'Sousa. I would venture that if there is a book worth reading or a movie worthy of its admission price, it is "America."Continued ...
- Public ignores what's good about the U.S.
- 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
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Sharknado 2 set to attack viewers tonight
In the face of another "Sharknado" TV movie (the even-more-inane "Sharknado 2: The Second One," premiering Wednesday night on Syfy), there isn't much for a critic to say except to echo what the characters themselves so frequently scream when confronted by a great white shark spinning toward them in a funnel cloud:
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- Sharknado 2 set to attack viewers tonight