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Cincy man eyes 3rd cancer

August 25, 2019

Ron Colasurdo is doing what he has to do as he deals with his third bout with cancer. And the 56-year-old Cincinnatus man didn’t like the idea of a chicken barbecue to support him, thank […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Family faces ALS as a fight, not a fear

December 23, 2018

GROTON — Tom Walpole’s life took a 180 degree turn when he was diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, on Sept. 26. “It’s affected my voice, my breathing and just a general […]