Rev ‘n’ roll

August 1, 2018

A twangy guitar riff laid over a mellow percussion landed in your ear canal like a feather falling to the ground. It was comforting, and to most people, instantly recognizable before the iconic lyrics “Oh […]

A lack of (flow) control

July 28, 2018

Cortland County is losing more than $400,000 a year in revenue through a loophole in a flow control law requiring haulers to dump trash at the county landfill. The law, enacted in November, has brought […]

Steering future leaders

July 14, 2018

Teenagers and kids as young as 8 years old ushered cattle that dwarfed them through a large pavilion, some more successful than others. One by one, the animals and their handlers followed each other in […]

In hope of saving pets

July 11, 2018

CORTLANDVILLE — A lifeless dog rested in the arms of a firefighter, who rushed the helpless animal away from the burning Cortlandville home. Within seconds of the getting the dog outside, medics and the Cortland […]

Protests target immigration policy

July 2, 2018

Erin Donovan had her hands full on a hot Saturday afternoon outside the Cortland post office, her right hand holding her 6-year-old son’s hand and her left arm holding her 2-yearold daughter. Donovan held a […]

GOP’s Molinaro tours county

June 30, 2018

The squeals of air-powered hand tools echoed Friday morning throughout the 75,000-square-foot Northeast Transformer Service building in Preble. A few dozen workers scattered among the field of transformers, small and large, dirtied their hands taking […]

Time to buy?

June 27, 2018

While the United States battles with neighboring and foreign countries about trade tariffs, local car, motorcycle and farm equipment dealers have yet to see a price increase. But they are mindful of the future. Dealers […]

An inspiring canvas

June 19, 2018

CORTLAND — You may look at parts of Cortland and see areas of empty land void of purpose. Crystal Lyon sees an area for artistic sculptures. You may see aging buildings with faded bricks. Lyon […]

Homer unveils huge sports complex plan

June 14, 2018

HOMER — An indoor sports complex large enough to fit four full-size baseball fields and a hockey arena, as well as a 2-mile walking trail and the county’s only dog park could be coming to […]

‘You caught one’

June 4, 2018

HOMER — The bobber at the end of 7-year-old Izabelle Rundell’s fishing line twitched Saturday, creating small ripples along the surface of Durkee Pond. Another twitch, more ripples. Then another. But she wasn’t paying attention. […]

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