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Storm won't stop Winter Carnival, co-chair says
Forecasts for a storm Friday haven't changed plans for the Cooperstown Winter Carnival, according to Sarah Lewandowski, co-chair of the event.
Weather causing closings and delays at area schools
Cooperstown to dismiss at 11:30 a.m. Milford to close at 12:30 p.m. Opening delayed at CV-S.
Letter sent to CCS parents regarding threat at elementary school
The following letter was sent to parents in the Cooperstown Central School district today:
No players elected on Hall of Fame ballot
It's going to be a rough summer for Coopertown merchants who count on an influx of fans attending the Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in July.
An update from Sarah Groff's parents:
The Cooperstown Crier received the following update from Oympian Sarah Groff's parents:
Boys to play at 4 p.m.
Section Three Class C champion Cooperstown will play at 4 p.m. Saturday against Section Four winner Elmira Notre Dame in a state quarterfinal at Le Moyne College.
It was announced following Cooperstown’s 72-58 victory over Beaver River in the Class C final Sunday at the Carrier Dome that the game would start at noon. It is also listed in the print edition as starting at noon.
Elmira Notre Dame (19-2) beat Groton, 60-54, Saturday in the Section Four final.
Cooperstown is 20-1.
Correction: Cooperstown boys to play Sunday
The Cooperstown boys basketball team will face Beaver River at the Carrier Dome at 11 a.m. Sunday in Syracuse. The date was incorrect in a story in today's print editions.
Mayor will not seek second term
Barring a challenge from an independent candidate, it appears Village Trustee Jeff Katz will become the next mayor of Cooperstown.
Pacherille accepts plea agreement
Anthony Pacherille agreed Thursday to plead guilty to second-degree attempted murder* and to be sentenced to 11 years in state prison, the Daily Star has been told. The maximum sentence is 25 years.
Cooperstown 4th of July events happening Friday
Fourth of July festivities are planned to take place at Lakefront Park in Cooperstown on Friday.
The Cooperstown Community Band will perform at 8 p.m., followed by fireworks at dusk. The Cooperstown Rotary will provide concessions.
If it rains, festivities will take place on Saturday, instead.
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