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Lego takes kids to moon

January 25, 2019

The blue ice-harvesting Lego robot peered up with two big eyes, dragging a rectangular green Lego contraption behind it. The Lego device, designed to haul ice from a moon crater to an imaginary moon base, […]

Press rolls in Homer

January 11, 2019

The top story is on the ski club, an entertainment reporter writes that last year’s favorite song was Happier by Marshmello, and favorite movie was Black Panther, and cafeteria workers would appreciate more pleases and […]

Worries over legalized weed

January 8, 2019

Frenky, a Czech shepherd whose nose is constantly sniffing for drugs, is one of the Cortland County Sheriff’s Department two canine units that would be rendered obsolete if the state legalizes recreational marijuana this year. […]

How to keep a new teacher?

January 5, 2019

Julia Lucisano is a senior at SUNY Cortland and she’s been busy lately. The childhood/early childhood education major is substitute teaching at East Syracuse-Minoa School District in preparation for her future career as an elementary […]

Deal to boost nursing

January 5, 2019

On his clinical rotations as a nursing student at Tompkins Cortland Community College, Vasyl Androshchuk has seen times when a nurse is tending to seven patients instead of the recommended four. That affects care, he […]

Early New Year’s arrival

January 4, 2019

Marcus James Field was eager to enter the world — so eager he came 28 days early, at 10:14 p.m. Jan. 1 — the first baby of the year to be born at Cortland Regional […]

Rose McNeil dies at 95

December 20, 2018

It was a Sunday morning in the late 1960s and Mary McNeil awoke in bed, the smell of homemade pasta sauce wafting through the air. One of her mother — Rose McNeil’s — many meals, […]

School names proposed

December 19, 2018

Making the tiger mascot friendlier looking, kids filling balloons with notes and changed bus routes were all ideas the Cortland Enlarged City School District’s transition team considered Tuesday. The committee is planning ways to ease […]

Pre-K funds for Dryden, DeRuyter

December 7, 2018

The state has announced $15 million in funding for pre-kindergarten programs statewide — among them are programs in Dryden and DeRuyter. The $313,099 allocated this week for DeRuyter School District means the district can restore […]

Ticket sales promise biggest Cortaca Jug ever

December 6, 2018

Nearly 20,000 tickets were sold in the first week for the 2019 Cortaca Jug game in MetLife Stadium, assuring the largest attendance ever for the Cortland-Ithaca rivalry, the second-largest Division III football game ever played, […]

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