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Willcox recalled for humor, frugality

May 31, 2017

Newell Willcox was never shy about his feelings — even on the floor of the Legislature. His one-liners are memorable for their blunt criticism of the county’s operations, particularly when it came to spending money. […]

Camp Owahta opens doors

May 30, 2017

The camp was mostly quiet, with the grass still wet from the day’s rain. The cabins for boys and girls were undisturbed, the pond was still, and the plantbeds did not have any plants growing […]

Cortland shuts down Fulton bats in win

May 27, 2017

Cady Walts knew well in advance that she was going to pitch a good game for the Cortland high softball team against visiting Fulton in Friday’s section 3 Class A quarterfinal game on SUNY Cortland’s […]

Truxton veteran gets rock star treatment

May 27, 2017

World War II veteran John Lansdowne said everywhere he went in Washington D.C., people came up to him and said, “Thank you for serving our country.” “And to this young guy I says, ‘You don’t […]

J-D roars back to shade Trojans

May 26, 2017

After losing 12-8 to Jamesville-DeWitt two weeks ago in the regular season, the Homer Central boys’ lacrosse team knew it could play with the eight-time defending Section 3 champions with a couple of adjustments. Wednesday […]

TC3 holds 48th commencement ceremony

May 26, 2017

Watt Whitmare, 19, and Charles Marshall, 44, graduated Thursday from the Tompkins Cortland Community College, Whitmare with a degree in construction and environmental technology and Marshall with a degree in human services. And now their […]

Cortland season ends with marathon loss

May 25, 2017

After three and a half hours of a back-and-forth struggle, the finality of it was a bit jolting. Cortland High’s baseball season was over. Visiting 11th seed New Hartford scored five runs in the top […]

TC3 president to give his final farewell

May 24, 2017

Tompkins Cortland Community College President Carl Haynes is delivering on Thursday his first commencement address as president of the college he has served for 48 years — and his last. The moment will be bittersweet […]

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