September 28, 2021

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  • By Matt Czeitner

    Marathon boys soccer gets big win

    September 28, 2021
    MARATHON – The Marathon boys soccer team dominated the visiting Moravia Blue Devils on Monday, winning 5-0 at Marathon High. It seemed like the Olympians were on offense the entire game as they controlled possession [...]
  • By Colin Spencer

    New stop signs going up on Valley View Drive

    September 28, 2021
    Flashing stop signs on Valley View Drive in Cortland will be installed either this week or next week, a city official said Monday. Nic Dovi, the superintendent for the Cortland Department of Public Works, said [...]
  • Coronavirus

    Coronavirus briefs 9/28

    September 28, 2021
    Cayuga Health: Vaccine mandate no impediment As healthcare facilities around New York came up on the deadline to have their workers vaccinated against COVID-19, Cayuga Health’s CEO said the mandate will not seriously effect its [...]
  • By Valerie Puma

    Lessons in agriculture

    September 27, 2021
    Since 2017, Cortland County has lost nearly 20% of its farms because farmers just couldn’t make ends meet, farm experts say. Donning rubber boots and denim jeans, nearly two dozen legislators and municipal leaders spent [...]
  • By Matt Czeitner

    Cincinnatus boys soccer remains unbeaten

    September 27, 2021
    CORTLAND — The Cincinnatus boys soccer team moved to 8-0 on the season as it cruised to a 5-1 victory over McGraw Saturday evening at SUNY Cortland. Cason Stafford and Jordan Larrabee led the way [...]
  • Sponsored Content

    D.A.R.E Didn’t Work—Parents, Here’s What Does

    August 27, 2021
    Sponsored Content from Cortland Area Communities That Care By: Margaret Broderick, Epidemiologist, CACTC Many of us 80s, 90s and early 2000s kids have those red letters engrained in our memories (and may still have a [...]
  • Cayuga Health

    Treating joint, back pain with radiofrequency ablation

    August 16, 2021
    Sponsored Content from Cayuga Health By QI ZHANG, MD A non-surgical procedure called radiofrequency ablation can be highly effective in reducing or eliminating chronic back and joint pain in patients. The procedure can provide long-term [...]
  • By Matt Czeitner

    Cincy girls win again

    September 27, 2021
    CORTLAND — Jarisa Temple had a hat trick and one assist — all in the second half — as the Cincinnatus girls soccer team cruised to a 6-0 victory over McGraw Saturday night at SUNY [...]
  • By Valerie Puma

    Bring on cider, doughnuts

    September 27, 2021
    Homer resident Cindy Bacheller always brought her daughter, Samantha Wyant, to Hollenbeck’s Cider Mill in Virgil for opening weekend. Now, Wyant’s own children wait in line for fresh cider and doughnuts. “Ever since their mother [...]
  • Coronavirus

    Coronavirus briefs 9/27

    September 27, 2021
    Tompkins, Cayuga counties add 55 cases Cortland County has not released data on COVID-19 since Friday, when it confirmed 31 new cases of COVD-19, bringing the total number of cases to 5,678. Tompkins and Cayuga [...]
  • Par for the Course

    September 26, 2021
    Elmer Fairbanks, at 98, is the most senior member of the Tuesday Morning Men’s Senior League out of Knickerbocker Country Club. And his fellow golfers say he’s still got it. “I play once a week,” [...]
  • Start dialing with ‘607’

    September 25, 2021
    Jennifer Christie went through her phone Friday while sitting on a bench at Suggett Park in Cortland. When she wants to make a call, she doesn’t have to worry about dialing in the 607 area [...]
  • Return of the flu

    September 25, 2021
    Last year, the number of influenza cases in Cortland County was down 99% from the year before. Thank all those COVID-19 protocols: masks, social distancing and hand-washing. It’s not going to be that easy this [...]
  • Coronavirus briefs 9/25

    September 25, 2021
    Tompkins County hires for COVID-19 team The Tompkins County Health Department is hiring a community health coordinator and recruiting nurses for its COVID-19 response team. The community health coordinator will oversee case monitoring and the [...]
  • County to hire 6 contact tracers

    September 24, 2021
    Cortland County will hire six contact tracers to help monitor COVID-19 cases and reduce the strain on the county Public Health Department, legislators decided Thursday night. “The recent significant surge in cases related to the [...]
  • Woes snowball for Cortland football

    September 24, 2021
    CORTLAND — The first 18 minutes of Thursday night’s game were the best the Cortland High football team had played all season. Their run game was efficient, their offensive and defensive lines were stout and [...]

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