January 22, 2022

More consumers buying local

April 21, 2020

Across the greater Cortland area, meat producers, in particular beef producers, are seeing an uptick in sales as people look to local producers during the coronavirus pandemic. “More customers are coming to the farm store,” […]

Preble seniors consider forming new club

December 17, 2019

Seniors in Preble are all for creating a senior club, considering the closest senior centers are at least seven miles away for some people. “I think it’s absolutely marvelous,” said Sharon Van Patten Bishop, who […]

Fiber Arts Festival supports theater

October 14, 2019

Darle Balfoort’s cats are catnip-crazed. Their preferred mode of delivery: catnip mice, or small sewn replicas of mice that are stuffed full of catnip. Saturday morning, Balfoort bought two — one for each cat — […]

Ash trees removed from park

February 6, 2019

The loud hum of heavy equipment and chainsaws buzzed Tuesday afternoon through Dwyer Park in Preble. A pile of cut branches, lay in part of park. Next to that lay about a half dozen logs. […]

Ivanka Trump pays visit

July 9, 2018

PREBLE — President Donald Trump’s daughter and adviser, Ivanka Trump, visited Suit-Kote headquarters in Preble this morning with Rep. Claudia Tenney for a campaign-year appearance that discussed the challenges and successes of businesses in the […]

Project aims to revive Dwyer Park attractions

March 13, 2018

PREBLE — While walking through Dwyer Memorial Park in Little York a couple weeks ago, county Legislator Linda Jones (R-Homer) saw something that took her back to her childhood. Hidden out of sight were horses. […]

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