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Helping one of their own

December 21, 2018

As soon as the Cortland city firefighters heard that Stephen Zelsnack — one of their own — was injured in a car crash on Nov. 30 they contacted the family to begin coordinating plans to […]

Illuminating impairment in depth

December 20, 2018

Drugged driving can cause someone to drive erratically, but so can medical conditions or medicines. Soon Cortland police Officer Derrick Edick will be able to distinguish between the three. Edick was recently announced as the […]

Affiliation expectations

December 15, 2018

Cortland’s hospital will have a new name and undergo several changes next year because of its affiliation with Guthrie Medical Center — which sees the medical center investing $100 million into the Cortland hospital over […]

Getting ready to ride

December 12, 2018

With the opening of snowmobile season just around the corner, Kevin Forney has been busy. Forney, the president of the Seven Valley Snow Goers snowmobile club, has met with other clubs whose trails join his. […]

Survey on jail may seek public comment

December 12, 2018

Cortland County legislators will review a proposed survey on the county jail that, if approved, would seek residents’ input on how the Legislature should address jail overcrowding. A draft of the survey was presented Tuesday […]

C’ville Town Attorney John Folmer to retire

December 10, 2018

Cortlandville Town Attorney John Folmer could have had a different life. If he hadn’t been a lawyer — maybe a symphony orchestra conductor. “Well, I’m a trombone player, or I was,” he said. Folmer, 81, […]

It’s the nature of his job

December 8, 2018

Ricardo Grisolini grew up in the outdoors, raising pheasants and bow hunting for deer. He puts that love of the outdoors into his job, every day. Unlike a regular 9 to 5 job, his days […]

Ticket sales promise biggest Cortaca Jug ever

December 6, 2018

Nearly 20,000 tickets were sold in the first week for the 2019 Cortaca Jug game in MetLife Stadium, assuring the largest attendance ever for the Cortland-Ithaca rivalry, the second-largest Division III football game ever played, […]

Flu avoids us … so far

December 4, 2018

While influenza has been on the rise across the state, Cortland County has seen little activity in the last couple of months. But that could change. There have only been two confirmed cases of the […]

Missing skiers found

December 3, 2018

DRYDEN — Two missing cross-country skiers were found early Sunday, experiencing mild hypothermia but otherwise unharmed, ending a long search in the Hammond Hill area of Dryden involving emergency services teams from four counties, according […]

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