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By Dan Lyon

NFL star Latavius Murray visits Cortland

July 20, 2018

The “Tay Train” was back in his home station: Central New York. Minnesota Vikings running back Latavius Murray stopped in Cortland on Thursday, giving young fans the chance to meet the NFL standout. John McNerney, […]

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    Ticked off about ticks

    July 13, 2018
    SPONSORED CONTENT FROM CORTLAND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Taking steps to avoid ticks isn’t just important for pets. It’s important for people, too. Earlier this spring, the CDC reported that cases of tick-borne illnesses have more [...]
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    Opioids & older adults

    June 15, 2018
    SPONSORED CONTENT BY CORTLAND AREA COMMUNITIES THAT CARE Older adults report misuse of painkillers more than any other type of prescription drug. Over 40 percent of older adults have chronic pain that is often treated with [...]
  • By Shenandoah Briere

    Neighbors bash housing plan

    July 20, 2018
    DRYDEN — A proposed 220-unit townhouse development in Varna would destroy the character of the community, residents said Thursday night at a meeting to review plans for the $40 million project. “This will not only [...]
  • By Catherine Wilde

    Job seekers screened out

    July 19, 2018
    At least two Cortland County employers say they are being increasingly affected by drug use in Cortland County — in the form of job applicants who can’t pass their drug screening tests. Charlie Forkey has [...]
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    Yaman to get tourney honor

    July 19, 2018
    This year, Jim Yaman will be posthumously honored at the Cortland County Council of Churches Golf Tournament as someone who lived the ecumenical spirit of its mission to work on the behalf of the well [...]
  • By Shenandoah Briere

    Varna project raises concerns

    July 18, 2018
    VARNA — A proposed townhouse development that would virtually double the population of Varna is drawing concerns from both residents and Dryden Town Board members — due in part to how large the project is— [...]
  • By Katie Keyser

    Youth bureau has playwright

    July 17, 2018
    Nothing Demmarie Boreland envisions as a playwright ever turns out the same way on the stage. “That’s what’s so exciting about it. You get to see how it’s translated through other people,” said Boreland, 25, [...]
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    Crush extend win streak to eight before rain delay

    July 17, 2018
    By JAKE HITT Contributing Writer The Cortland Crush nabbed another New York Collegiate baseball League win Monday evening before Mother Nature had plans of her own. Cortland (21-15) pushed its win streak to eight straight [...]
  • By Shenandoah Briere

    How does your garden grow?

    July 16, 2018
    DRYDEN — Dryden resident Khaki Wunderlich has spent years creating a space that encompasses her love for Japanese culture and remembers her family. It’s a reminder of two grandparents who lived in Japan during the [...]
  • By Katie Keyser

    ‘Rowing saved my life’

    July 15, 2018
    This story appeared in the June 30, 2018 edition of the Cortland Standard. Alis Jordan of Clermont, Fla. got a wake-up call after a rowing accident. The former Cortland woman, dealing with a ruptured spleen [...]

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