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SUNY Cortland students on a roll

September 20, 2016

Walking from the west campus of SUNY Cortland to center campus can take about 20 to 30 minutes for some students. But with a bike, just about 10 minutes. That is the case for Johannes […]

With hard work, high school can end early

September 15, 2016

HOMER — High school can be a tough, challenging time for some students, but through hard work and determination it is possible to graduate early. Homer Superintendent of Schools Nancy Ruscio said there are students […]

Brewster House makeover continues

September 14, 2016

HOMER — The Brewster House is nearing its goal of $650,000 for its Living for the Future initiative — a project launched in 2014 to renovate and upgrade the house — according to executive director […]

Groton seeks volunteers for playground

September 13, 2016

GROTON — A $140,000 state grant will help the village build a new playground at Memorial Park. State Sen. James Seward (R-Milford) met with village officials Friday to announce the grant, according to a news […]

Marathon returns to 1890 with Union Fair

September 12, 2016

MARATHON — Walter Vinson walked alongside Sally, his 32-year-old quarter horse, during Saturday’s 1890 Union Fair parade while his 2-year-old daughter, Juliana, rode in the saddle, dressed as a Native American. It was Juliana’s first […]

International Literacy Day celebrated

September 10, 2016

Thursday was recognized as International Literacy Day, a day in which people around the world take time to recognize the importance of education and literacy improvement efforts in their communities. Homer residents JoAnn Dukelow and […]

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