December 2, 2021

Water buffalo done CNY style

May 5, 2019

Water buffalo have a special place in the Newman household. Every year, Jane and her late husband, Will Newman, would buy shares of a water buffalo from Heifer International at Christmas time for their grandkids. […]

New One-Acts to debut

May 3, 2019

Olivia McKenna is seeing her drama about first love come to light on Cortland High School’s stage in the Student Written One-Act Play Festival. The 10th-grade student wrote and directed “Out of Luck, Out of […]

A reel chance to shine

April 21, 2019

Peter Hartsock used his 1800-era home on South Main Street, Homer, to film “The House on Pumpkin Drive.” The 15-minute movie, a horror in a comic setting, will appear at the Blackbird Film Festival at […]

A Relay makes a difference

April 21, 2019

Bradyn “Beeda” Schmidt was just a toddler when he had leukemia. “I remember some stuff,” said the 16-year-old Cortland High student who’s been cancer free 10 years. “I remember I was in a bed, like, […]

Chronicling his journey

April 14, 2019

When the Rev. Daniel Nicewonger’s doctor told him he had stage four colon cancer and to go home and get his affairs in order, life got very real — quickly. “I gained a clarity about […]

Multi-tasker slows down

April 7, 2019

Stacey Goldyn-Moller, 46, of Cortland, is owner of Magpie Custom Creations at the Cortland Corset Building on East Court Street in Cortland. “Before that I did everything and anything,” she said. Moller has a master’s […]

Music legacy sculpture in full swing

April 7, 2019

Scott Oldfield is enjoying the steady pace of his latest public artwork at SUNY Cortland — a wall sculpture that will highlight the college’s musical legacy between 1960 and 1990. “It’s getting there. It’s all […]

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 […]

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 […]

Lights in the dark

March 17, 2019

The skies of Virgil are very dark — and that’s good, when you are studying the stars. Richard Berg, a retired astronomer, built an observatory on his 60-acre property, a small building with a 7-foot […]

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