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Farm art graces countryside

May 19, 2019

Farm art graces countryside By Katie Keyser – Living and Leisure Editor Katie Keyser/contributing photographer Alice Muhlback of Ithaca painted the design on Jim Povero’s resin mule to highlight his Hee Haw Hops sign and […]

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. […]

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 […]

The treasure in the basement

March 3, 2019

By MORGAN DuBOIS Contributing Writer An African proverb states when an old person dies, a library burns to the ground. Like any treasure, family history is too valuable to remain buried. It’s crucial we create […]

It runs in the family

February 24, 2019

Kaitlyn Boice has the tiara and sash for her New York state maple queen title — and will use these at festivals to talk about the maple syrup industry. But the 16-year-old also has the […]

Art smart

February 17, 2019

Ashley Casterline’s charcoal drawing of her uncle’s pile of Converse sneakers came together easily. “It was cool. And it didn’t take me that long. It’s charcoal. It’s easy to maneuver around,” the Homer High School […]

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