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Cortland County reports 2nd virus fatality

November 24, 2020

A woman in her 70s died of COVID-19 Monday at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center, the Cortland County Health Department reported, the second death in Cortland County since the pandemic began. Tompkins County has reported three […]

Coronavirus briefs 11/24

November 24, 2020

Cortland County adds 12 cases Cortland County reported 12 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the weekend, raising the number of confirmed cases to 1,256. Five people remain hospitalized. In all, 2,927 cases have been confirmed […]

In his family’s footsteps

November 23, 2020

You could say the Henry family has an extensive history of firefighting in Cortland County. Gere Henry is the current chief of the Cortlandville Fire Department. His grandfather, Gerald, and father, Gary, were firefighters in […]

Coronavirus briefs 11/23

November 23, 2020

Cortland County reports 39 new cases Cortland County reported 39 new confirmed COVID-19 cases over the weekend, raising the number of confirmed cases to 1,244. Seven people remain hospitalized. In all, 2,734 cases have been […]

Deer season underway

November 23, 2020

Dale Taylor pulled back the strings of his compound bow Saturday morning, held for a few seconds and then released, sending an arrow into a makeshift target of a tree stump. The dull thud of […]

Coffin symbol ignites a passion for cemetery art

November 22, 2020

Nothing is absolute when talking about gravestone carvers, Mary L. Dexter said. “You can never use, ‘always’ or ‘never,’” said the 80-year-old Cortland woman, who has explored the cemeteries of Central New York and beyond […]

CHS students run the show

November 21, 2020

Inside Cortland High School’s television production studio Thursday night, students silently operated cameras, quickly changed graphics and readied B-roll. They produced a live talk show while Superintendent Robert Edwards and Jeff Craig, the assistant superintendent […]

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