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The Alpha of the Omegathon

March 31, 2019

Brian Horan plays just about every kind of video game there is. “I play everything from puzzle games like Candy Crush (I don’t play that that much), Match Three — hidden object games — all […]

Finding their way

March 30, 2019

At one station, Homer eighth-graders were washing or styling a mannequin’s hair. At another they were creating candy spinal columns. And at another they listened to Cortland County Court Judge Julie Campbell tell them what […]

Audit: C’ville improperly spent public funds

March 30, 2019

The town of Cortlandville improperly spent $22,600 in public funds to create a boat launch on a former board member’s private property in Blodgett Mills, the state comptroller reported in an audit released Friday. The […]

No ‘once upon a time’

March 30, 2019

Ask a table-full of Vietnam veterans what they tell kids about their experience in one of the most-protracted, controversial combat environments in U.S. history. Dead silence. “A fairy tale starts out once upon a time,” […]

Cortland coach proud despite narrow loss

March 30, 2019

Despite the final outcome in the Cortland High girls’ lacrosse team’s 16-15 loss to visiting Fulton Friday night, Purple Tigers coach Kindra Catalano was upbeat afterwards. “Proud,” she said. “The one word that describes my […]

Chancellor visits TC3

March 29, 2019

DRYDEN — SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson said Thursday during a tour of Tompkins Cortland Community College that its new recovery center is a prime example of the kind of wraparound service the college can provide […]

‘I will never forgive you’

March 29, 2019

Krystal Dains, the mother of Kassidy Dains, fought through tears while reading a statement she had written regarding the sentencing of Dorain Bohn on Thursday in Cortland County Court. “I will never forgive you,” she […]

Homer village approves market survey

March 29, 2019

The village of Homer will spend up to $30,000 for a market study to see whether a $30 million sports complex would be economically feasible and make money. “This would give us quantitative results for […]

Ames, Buggs get Zonta honor

March 28, 2019

Johanna Ames, president of Ames Linen, said she probably should have majored in economics in college. The Cortlandville woman, 42, a geography major, came back to Cortland after graduating from Colgate University and agreed to […]

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