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De-Sipher-ing Russia

October 31, 2018

Picture this: A car drives across the vast Russian terrain, trailed by another vehicle. The leading car slows around a curve enough to let a passenger slip out unnoticed, before speeding up and popping a […]

Red Lions win Class D championship

October 31, 2018

VERONA – No worries. That was the attitude the third-seeded Cincinnatus boys’ soccer team had at halftime of Tuesday’s Section 3 Class D championship game against top seed Poland at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill’s Sheveron Stadium, despite trailing […]

Teen testifies on threats

October 31, 2018

A 15-year-old Cortland High School student who notified police testified Tuesday she took seriously several social media posts made by a man accused of making terroristic threats against Cortland High School. He claimed it was […]

Unatego ends Groton girls’ soccer season

October 30, 2018

NORWICH – Given a second chance, Unatego sophomore Morgan Perry did not miss. With the game tied 1-1 and 4:12 left in regulation time, Perry curled a 36-yard direct kick into the upper left corner […]

A frightfully good time

October 29, 2018

As Megan Hill and Cassandra Storey waited in line for a seance, a man wearing the pig mask from “American Horror Story” approached them. They screamed, squirmed and looked away. It was the same pig […]

Cincy advances on penalty kicks

October 29, 2018

The Cincinnatus girls’ soccer team finally exorcised a persistent demon Saturday night, though it took a little extra time and effort under cold, soggy conditions. Never have soaked, chilled and exhausted felt so good as […]

Cortland Queer Church welcomes all (if respectful)

October 29, 2018

By RENÉE K. GADOUA Contributing Writer On a recent Sunday evening, two local couples discussed faith, relationships and LGBTQ identity over a dinner of soup and sushi rolls. The casual conversation at Wild Ginger Asian […]

Life as a single dad and firefighter

October 29, 2018

By KAYLI THOMPSON Contributing Writer City of Cortland firefighter Nate Krause is a master juggler. The 13-year veteran of the department is a single parent caring for his 9-year-old son, Bennett. The Cortland man, who […]

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