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Dreams Park, then and now, required a work ethic
Campers coming to the Cooperstown Dreams Park each year not only come to play on fields near a historic setting, they come here to apply and improve upon their baseball skills and work ethic. Long before the Dreams Park came to be, those fields held another function that required a good work ethic, in that of farming.
- Ford's state title a first for CCS
- Trolley schedule has been interrupted
- Fly Creek artist's collages are on display
- Marchi leaves Manor for new job
- Dreams Park, then and now, required a work ethic
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Eighth grader hits the green to lead CCS golf team
For the first time in 2013, Cooperstown's relaxed some of its athletic rules to allow eighth graders to play varsity in certain sports. The timing worked out perfectly for CCS golf.
- Ford jumps to state title for CCS track
- Kids Triathlon hold annual race
- Sandy Creek ends Cooperstown's season
- Deford gives keynote for baseball symposium
- Eighth grader hits the green to lead CCS golf team
Mother Nature throws Hall a curveball
A couple of weeks ago when we wrote that we hoped the date change for the National Baseball Hall of Fame's annual seven-inning exhibition game would be a hit we were not expecting Mother Nature to force an alternative plan all together. Now there is no way to know if the Memorial Day Weekend would have been a better suit as we cannot compare apples to oranges.
- Congratulations Cooperstown softball
- Happy CYB has found a home
- Change is never taken lightly
- Tax cap is deceiving
- Mother Nature throws Hall a curveball
Attack on Sacket's Harbor
Sacket's Harbor, near the beginning of the St. Lawrence River from Lake Ontario, was the principal American naval base on Lake Ontario during the War of 1812.
- Once again, hope springs eternal ...
- Local performs costumed recitations of Casey at the Bat
- E-readers come in handy when traveling
- Local Voices From Around the Globe: Arriving at the last bend in the River
- Attack on Sacket's Harbor