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Almanac: Cold November, warm December

August 26, 2016

Sunny and highs in the 80s: Time to stack the firewood and break out the woolies. November is supposed to be pretty cold. Put it all away in December — it is going to be […]

Party celebrates readers’ book adventures

August 22, 2016

Cylis Dimare doesn’t really have a favorite book, yet. He’s 1 1/2, so he explores the world with two (very quick) feet and a mother running after him. But once his mother, Sarah Dimare of […]

Expert cites facts in push for fluoridation

August 19, 2016

CORTLAND — The experts were new, but the science remains the same and the facts haven’t changed: Public fluoridation is one of the Center for Disease Control’s top 10 health-care advances of the 20th century, […]

County opts against replacing treasurer

August 10, 2016

The Cortland County Legislature decided unanimously Tuesday against creating a deputy treasurer position to act after the retirement of County Treasurer Cynthia Monroe at the end of this month. It will, instead, rely on people […]

In the summertime, adventure is where you find it

July 6, 2016

The kids have had a whole week to be bored. Independence Day is behind us. Ahead lie endless days, lightning bug-filled nights, and brain-atrophying attempts to forget everything ever learned in a school year. Time […]

State program to study honeybee decline

June 27, 2016

Sweet: New York honey production is up 9 percent in the past year. Sting: Pollinator colonies — the number of bees, moths and other species — have dropped 50 percent in four years, and migratory […]

Phillips, Tenney, Wells seek 22nd District seat

June 25, 2016

Cortland County’s 9,700 Republicans have an interesting power next week: Their nominee for the House of Representatives could be a key figure in whether the majority in the House flips to Democrat from Republican. Republican […]

Maple syrup boom bypasses Cortland

June 24, 2016

Maple producers expected a sour year for 2016. Instead, they set a record for syrup production. Except in Cortland County. “We were just about average,” said Randy Ensign of Marathon, whose family produced a bit […]

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