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1 horse power

May 28, 2019

If you think you’ve seen a horse riding through the streets of Cortland recently, you may not have been hallucinating. Saturday morning provided one such sighting, as Sarah Sujkowski was riding Thunder, her 9-year-old Tennessee […]

Trap, skeet are right on target

May 28, 2019

McGRAW — Charles Parks said there’s a lot to be found in a trap and skeet league. “I like the target shooting, the fun and camaraderie of the guys showing up here every week,” said […]

Memorial Day events set

May 26, 2019

As Cameron Hall placed a U.S. flag in the marker at his great grandfather Ronald Hall’s grave, his brother Cameron and parents Buster and Stacey Hall watched silently. They paused briefly at the site of […]

Cincy kids debut book

May 24, 2019

CINCINNATUS — Ten-year-old Amelia Wagner learned about the nitty gritty of writing thanks to a book she and her classmates wrote at Cincinnatus Elementary School. “You have to be very specific in your words,” she […]

TC3 graduate goes the distance

May 24, 2019

CORRECTION: In a previous version of this story, the amount of semesters it took Rattana Mai to graduate was misstated and the Anjali House was misspelled. Mai took three semesters to graduate. DRYDEN — The […]

596 graduate from TC3

May 24, 2019

DRYDEN — Tompkins Cortland Community College graduated 596 people Thursday in it class of 2019, the school’s 50th commencement. Graduates came from Cortland, Tompkins and Tioga counties, South, Carolina, Hawaii and the Dominican Republic. The […]

Virgil plans referendum on school

May 23, 2019

John Kaminski and Virgil residents have a challenge: They must find how much the town of Virgil can buy the soon-to-be-closed Virgil Elementary School for; a reasonable use for the building; a way to pay […]

Creating monsters

May 23, 2019

Just outside the new media computer lab in Cortland Junior/Senior High School hung several pictures side by side. Each pair consisted of one monster drawing by a first-grader and the other a digital re-interpretation by […]

Parker plan offered; June council vote possible

May 23, 2019

Cortland’s Common Council may vote next month to buy the soon-to-close Parker Elementary School for $91, said organizers of a plan to use the facility for two child-care groups and a Christian school at a […]

Rainy spring hinders produce season this year

May 22, 2019

Cortland Farmers’ Market vendors were delighted to see sunshine Tuesday during the market. They said the wet weather means the growing season is off to a bit of slow start. “We’re way behind,” Joan Franklin […]

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