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Family, friends mourn former professor

September 30, 2016

Every time Robert Rhodes drove by the house he grew up in on Wadsworth Street in Cortland, he would stop in front of it and enjoy the memories of his time there. “He took great […]

Good vibrations at Day of Caring

September 29, 2016

McGraw High senior Skylar White knows full well what it’s like to help someone else. “I regularly volunteer for student council, do dinners for the elderly, help with the Empty Bowls fundraiser. I have done […]

Harford firefighting veteran recalls start

September 28, 2016

HARFORD — For Pete Barber, firefighting in the town wasn’t just something he did but something he helped establish, and he recently recalled the days of starting the volunteer fire department back when it relied […]

IAC: Groton, Dryden girls play to overtime draw

September 28, 2016

Dryden High’s Ashleigh Scheidweiler delivered the game-tying goal with just under 12 minutes left in the second half as her Purple Lions and Groton Central girls battled to a 2-2 Interscholastic Athletic Conference North Division […]

Warm, dry autumn in forecast

September 27, 2016

HOMER — Hundreds of faces peeked out Monday as Matt Pooler bent over his task: from the shelf behind him, from the one next to him; in the corner by the cash register; and from […]

CCL Soccer: Eagles get big win over Madison

September 27, 2016

Carter Towsley scored both goals Monday afternoon as the host McGraw Central boys’ soccer team beat Madison 2-1 to move into a tie in the loss column for the top spot in the Central Counties […]

Empire 8 Football: Dragons stumble at Utica

September 26, 2016

UTICA — When freshman quarterback DeAngelo Walker directed a 78-yard scoring drive midway through the opening quarter, everything seemed fine in the football world of SUNY Cortland. Walker flipped a 15-yard touchdown pass to wide […]

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