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SUNY Cortland students walk from Old Main on Monday morning. SUNY Cortland is one of 29 four-year state schools that could get an option on tuition increases if the state approves the plan. Under the proposal, campus officials could opt for increases of $100, $200 or $300 or no increases at all.
By Nicholas Graziano

SUNY schools face options on raising tuition costs

December 6, 2016

Pending a decision on SUNY’s budget, SUNY Cortland, and 28 other four-year SUNY colleges, may have the option to increase tuition by $100, $200, $300 or not at all for the 2017-18 school year. SUNY […]

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    OHSL Girls Basketball: Wade, foul woes damage Trojans

    December 6, 2016
    EAST SYRACUSE — Foul trouble and standout individual performance by an opposing player spelled defeat for the Homer Central girls’ basketball team Monday night. Azariah Wade scored 27 points to lead host Bishop Grimes past [...]
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SUNY Cortland speech-language pathology major Samantha Renieris helps Isabella Small, 8, of Homer, find a book to take home during Saturday’s Books and Bears reading program for children in the community at the Phillips Free Library in Homer.  The program was organized by SUNY Cortland students.
    By Tyrone Heppard

    ‘Bears’ reward young Homer readers

    December 5, 2016
    The kids who visited the Phillips Free Library on Saturday morning did not leave with just a few books. They left with a cuddly friend to read with,and hopefully, a growing interest in literacy as [...]
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    Golden Eagles enjoy breezing to road win

    December 5, 2016
    Since the previous two wins captured by the Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles came in overtime hockey battles, it was nice to enjoy some stress-free success on Saturday night. The Golden Eagles skated to a convincing 7-0 [...]
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Cortland High’s Will Pace eyes the basket while guarded by Ryan Kisselstein of Corcoran on Friday at Shafer Gym.
    By Taney Beaumont

    Cougars spurt past CHS

    December 3, 2016
    It took about 10 minutes for the Corcoran boys’ basketball team to get things going against Cortland High Friday night in the Shafer Gym season-opener for both teams. By halftime, it was pretty much game [...]
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Doug Bentley, left, follows Theron Selover, 11, during a cross-country skiing outing at Lime Hollow Nature Center in this file photo.
    By Jacob DeRochie

    Cross-country skiing grows in popularity

    December 3, 2016
    Outdoor sports enthusiasts have begun to see interest in skiing and snowshoeing increase in recent years. At Action Sports, located at 64 Pendleton St. in Cortland, co-owner Lisa Belknap said she has seen an increase [...]
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Bill Prindle, of Cortland, unloads cardboard off a pickup truck from The Local Food Market to the Cortland County Recycling Center on Thursday on Pendleton Street in Cortland.
    By Todd R. McAdam

    Cortland County prepares to take over recycling

    December 2, 2016
    Cortland County’s takeover of its recycling operation in January should be seamless and save the county $75,000 per year, county officials said Thursday. Note the operative term: Should. John Gale of Casella Waste Solutions, which [...]
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 Riley McEvoy, left, and Kyle Hess of Homer land atop Nathan Latocha of Fabius-Pompey as they dive for a loose ball which sits underneath Latocha Thursday at SUNY Cortland.
    By Tom Vartanian

    OHSL Boys Basketball: Trojans conquer jitters, Falcons with 48-33 win

    December 2, 2016
    It was a sluggish start to the basketball season for the Homer Central boys, but the Trojans got the job down to earn a non-league victory. Jacob Rivers scored 12 points and Kyle Hess added [...]
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 Workers set out lane closure cones on the Route 81 access Wednesday in Homer.
    By Catherine Wilde

    Federal infrastructure plan could spur Cortland area economy

    December 1, 2016
    CORTLAND — More road work may be in store for Cortland County contractors like Suit-Kote Corp. and Economy Paving, if a federal initiative to fund infrastructure repairs goes through as planned within 100 days of [...]

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