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Cincinnatus soccer rallies past McGraw

September 14, 2017

MCGRAW — The host McGraw boys’ soccer team scored the first goal of the game against visiting Cincinnatus Wednesday afternoon, but then Connor Stafford took over. The Red Lions’ senior forward did the rest of […]

Alexander wins judge primaries; Tobin wins mayor

September 13, 2017

David Alexander had a resounding victory in four primaries Tuesday for Cortland County judge, leaving him uncontested for the seat in November’s general election. Three incumbent Cortland County legislators were defeated in their primaries and […]

Youngsters romp at Lime Hollow pre-K

September 12, 2017

Four-year-old Hazel Morris is good at finding things, says her mom, Stephanie Roberts. Her fine-motor skills have always been good, too. That keen eye and firm grasp helped Hazel spot and hold onto a wriggling […]

Community meets protectors

September 11, 2017

Eva Armstrong of Homer looked Saturday above Suggett Park from the top platform of a ladder truck with friends Bella Guido of Homer and Harper Sinclair of Kennesaw, Georgia. It was the most fun the […]

Trojans roll in record-setting romp

September 9, 2017

It will go down as the most lopsided Home-Cort Jug Game in history. Tucker O’Donnell threw four touchdown passes to four different players, kicked a 36-yard field goal and ran for a touchdown as the […]

Rising drug prices hit Cortland hospital

September 9, 2017

Cortland Regional Medical Center expects to spend $4.7 million this year on the medications that keep its patients healthy, a 30 percent increase from 2016. That’s money the hospital can’t spend on raises for its […]

Red Dragons hit road eyeing second win

September 8, 2017

The SUNY Cortland football team travels to Framingham, Mass., Saturday to face Framingham State in a non-league contest. Both teams are coming off season-opening victories last weekend, Cortland at home over Augustana and Framingham on […]

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