January 21, 2022

GEMS lets the girls shine

January 7, 2017

Twelve-year-old Rena May knows that whatever she shares in the GEMS Girls Group is safe. “It’s made me happy,” she said of the weekly meetings, sponsored by the YWCA of Cortland. “It lets me have […]

A green room to envy

December 10, 2016

Ty Marshall said after 12 years of bringing national acts to the Center for the Arts of Homer, it’s only just named the Green Room after McNeil and Company — for the company’s years of […]

Good vibrations at Day of Caring

September 29, 2016

McGraw High senior Skylar White knows full well what it’s like to help someone else. “I regularly volunteer for student council, do dinners for the elderly, help with the Empty Bowls fundraiser. I have done […]

Still on track after 42 years

August 30, 2016

Doug Deer has moved five times as a Baptist minister. And every time he moves, he has to rebuild his train layout. The Cortland man, 65, now retired, has spent the last year and a […]

Seedstock growing into a festival

August 9, 2016

Chris Merkley said every year, it would get harder to fit all the bands playing at Seedstock into one day. He and fellow organizer Tyler Coakley decided this year’s Seedstock VIII would be different: Three […]

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