October 18, 2021

Looking back and ahead

July 18, 2021

Mary Killebrew gets a sense of peace from her Sunday visits to the United Presbyterian Church in Cincinnatus. “When I come here and I hear songs, I hear what our pastor has to say – […]

Singing his own tune

May 23, 2021

Lynn Koch is not slowing down. The folk musician has 35 years behind him as a music teacher and is looking at his fifth year of retirement. Despite the limitations of COVID-19, he’s been productive. […]

Woman gets hand from friends

July 19, 2020

Katharine Griffith’s life took a dramatic turn when her Houston, Texas house was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey three years ago. “It was rain more than the wind,” the Cortlandville woman said. “The hurricane wiped everything […]

Brindisi wants to make impeachment evidence public

November 4, 2019

Rep. Anthony Brindisi voted to begin a formal impeachment inquiry so voters could decide for themselves whether President Donald Trump committed an impeachable offense, Brindisi said Saturday in Cortland. Brindisi (D-Utica) was in town Saturday […]

Tompkins County Quilters Guild show at TC3

September 15, 2019

DRYDEN — Joyce Morgenroth likes to figure out how shapes fit. The quilter has a wall-sized board that she can apply shapes to — and they stick — that helps her plan her designs. “I […]