September 28, 2021

Par for the Course

September 26, 2021

Elmer Fairbanks, at 98, is the most senior member of the Tuesday Morning Men’s Senior League out of Knickerbocker Country Club. And his fellow golfers say he’s still got it. “I play once a week,” […]

Lending A Paw

September 19, 2021

Katie Mercer didn’t want to give up the puppy her family was raising for Freedom Guide Dogs for the Blind. This particular dog, the second they were “puppy raising” for the nonprofit based in Cassville, […]

Outdoor experts revel in area beauty

September 12, 2021

Roger Fulton has a variety of sources for his nature guides — local books, sometimes the internet. Kids. “If I get into an area and I want some detail on it, I find a 13-year-old […]

Talking Shop

September 5, 2021

Kevin La Due said his wood shop, that doubles as his acoustic guitar business — La Due Guitars — is an oasis. “This is just what I do. This is what I am,” he said […]

Microd club makes racing accessible

August 29, 2021

Alex “A.J.” Burgess said he’s won three microd races in his eight seasons competing. “I have never been one of those guys that had to be the winner,” the 65-year-old said. It was about being […]

Room To Grow

August 22, 2021

Anyone can grow a garden. Vicky Mundy learned that after she obtained a raised bed garden box through the Room to Grow! Cortland program. “This is my first garden, so this is really cool,” she […]

Show Stoppers

August 15, 2021

Cortland Repertory Theatre intern knows how to juggle. Not balls or bowling pins, but reams of words, dance moves, singing parts, and where to place themselves on a stage. “We’re working on ‘Goin’ to the […]

A New Online World

August 8, 2021

If parents want to communicate with their teens, they should listen to them more – and enter their technological world, Nicole Rice says. “I’ve been teaching 28 years … I spend six hours a day […]

History, step by step

August 1, 2021

Daltyn Busby of McGraw said it’s crazy that McGraw was the site of a New York Central College, a revolutionary school that had Black people and white, men and women, learning side by side in […]

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