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One shirt at a time

April 16, 2019

Karla Hoag walked around, scanning each rack until her eyes landed on one full of women’s shirts. She rummaged through the rack until she found a top she liked and took it off to get […]

Reed talks border, taxes at Groton town hall

February 25, 2019

GROTON — President Donald Trump was wrong to declare a state of emergency to build a $5.7 billion wall on the Mexican border, Rep. Tom Reed told Groton residents, but added Trump does have the […]

Cortland qualifies for sectionals with win

January 17, 2019

GROTON — It was more than just a win for the Cortland High girls’ basketball team Wednesday night. The Purple Tigers traveled to Groton and came home with not only a 58-32 non-league win but, […]

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 […]

Marathon boys rally for victory

December 12, 2018

The Marathon Central boys’ basketball team overcame poor shooting in the first half Tuesday night to rally for a 55-46 Interscholastic Athletic Conference North Small School Division win over Southern Cayuga at McDonald Gymnasium. In […]

McGraw stays perfect with win over Groton

December 1, 2018

The McGraw boys’ basketball team made it three-for-three in the opening week of the season with a 61-51 win over visiting Groton Friday night. The Cincinnatus boys lost to host Candor 63-17 in another non-league […]

Purple Tigers trounce Indians

November 30, 2018

The Cortland High girls’ basketball team roared out to a 21-7 lead after one quarter and never looked back in scoring a 65-36 non-league win over Groton in both teams’ season opener in Shafer Gym. […]

Unatego ends Groton girls’ soccer season

October 30, 2018

NORWICH – Given a second chance, Unatego sophomore Morgan Perry did not miss. With the game tied 1-1 and 4:12 left in regulation time, Perry curled a 36-yard direct kick into the upper left corner […]

Lack of grocery gnaws in Groton

October 20, 2018

GROTON — Ruth Williams hasn’t seen a grocery store in the town of Groton since the 1990s, when Great American was there. In May 2018, residents in the area were again hit with a closure, […]

Between the stacks

September 18, 2018

GROTON — More goes on between the book stacks of the Groton Public Library than just reading. Just ask 12-year-old Andrew Saam — it’s his second home. He’s often there reading, doing homework and participating […]

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