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TC3 squads split with Cayuga

October 12, 2017

In the three games played since their last home game on Sept. 27, the Tompkins Cortland CC women’s soccer team scored a total of four goals. On their return to Dryden Wednesday, the Panthers used […]

Students dive into SUNY Cortland scuba course

October 11, 2017

College students tend to dread late classes, especially ones close to the weekend, but a class Thursday night had students wishing it went all night: scuba diving. Lined at the edge of the Park Center […]

SUNY Cortland holds open house

October 10, 2017

More than a dozen prospective pre-med majors listened to biomedical professor Theresa Curtis explain to them how rigorous the requirements are that lie ahead of them, at Monday’s Open House at SUNY Cortland. That didn’t […]

A salute to our armed forces

October 10, 2017

Would you like to honor a special armed forces veteran in newsprint on Veteran’s Day? The Cortland Standard runs a yearly Veteran’s Day page to honor local veterans. Submissions are due by Tuesday, November 7. […]

Trojans wrap up 5th straight title

October 9, 2017

It was one for the thumb as Homer Central football wrapped up its fifth straight Section 3 B West Division championship. It was a little tougher than expected, but John Horner III ran for 149 […]

Heritage fair in Dryden journeys to the past

October 9, 2017

Visitors to an 1836 homestead learned historical songs, games and daily routines, along with other fall activities, on Saturday during the Homestead Heritage Fair at the Dryden Historical Society on North Street. Attendees could listen […]

City sees bright future

October 7, 2017

About 30 years ago, Cortland’s economy was thriving with large successful manufacturers, including Brockway Motor Co. and typewriter maker Smith Corona. But the economy turned, and Cortland didn’t turn with it. The factories closed and […]

We Win! $10M awarded to revitalize downtown Cortland

October 6, 2017

CORTLAND — Gov. Andrew Cuomo came to Cortland this morning, bringing with him a $10 million promise to help revitalize downtown. The $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative could spur another $60 million in public and […]

Cortland field hockey team triumphs

October 6, 2017

It didn’t take long for the Cortland High field hockey team to score against visiting Auburn in Thursday night’s SCAC Empire Division game on Moisiechik Field. As it turned out, the Maroons never found the […]

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