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- Thursday, April 25, 2013
State History Day has long tradition in C'town
Students from all across the state will converge in Cooperstown to compete in New York History Day.Continued ...
Cooperstown KOA offering free night of camping
The Cooperstown KOA Campground, at 565 Ostrander Road in Richfield Springs, is offering a free night of camping on Saturday, May 11, to all campers who stay at the campground as paying guests on Friday, May 10.Continued ...
Jury awards family $2.1M in malpractice case
A state Supreme Court jury has ordered the Bassett Healthcare Center to pay an Otsego County family $2.1 million because of a birth injury that the jurors determined resulted from medical malpractice, according to a law firm for the family.Continued ...
Bassett opens Center for Wound Healing
Local residents suffering from pain associated with chronic wounds that will not heal will no longer have to travel long distances to find care.Continued ...
- Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Police: CV-S student made bomb threat
A bomb threat overheard Tuesday morning by a student at Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School District led to the building being cleared and searched by state police starting at 9:30 a.m., state police at Richfield Springs said.Continued ...
- Thursday, April 18, 2013
CCS likely to be called the Hawkeyes
The Cooperstown Central School Board of Education did not choose a new nickname for the district at its Wednesday night meeting. However, it looks like the school will soon be calling itself the CCS Hawkeyes.Continued ...
Oneonta Jazz Festival to feature Grammy-nominated saxophonist
The Oneonta Jazz Festival brings together musicians from colleges and secondary schools, including Cooperstown Middle School, Sidney High School and Oxford High School.Continued ...
County clears way for Manor hearing
A plan to create a local development corporation to handle the sale of the deficit-plagued Otsego Manor advanced last week, setting the stage for what is expected to be an emotion-packed April 29 public hearing on the proposal.Continued ...
Schedule set for Bud Fowler celebration in C'town
The village of Cooperstown will celebrate Bud Fowler this weekend to honor his contributions to baseball and fight for racial equality.Continued ...
Grateful Dead legacy band to perform
Concerts at Doubleday Field will go "Furthur" this summer, literally. The Cooperstown Village Board of Trustees unanimously approved a contract on Monday with Magic City Productions of Endicott to bring Furthur, the Grateful Dead legacy band, to Doubleday Field on Sunday, July 14 at 7 p.m.Continued ...
Lunch and lecture series provides helpings of 'Food For Thought'
The Fenimore Art Museum has started its schedule for its lunch-and-lecture series "Food for Thought" programs.Continued ...
CCS sixth-grader finishes ninth at national tournament
This month the Guzy family chess honors went to Carson Guzy, but he has some competition. Carson, 11, a sixth-grader at Cooperstown Central School, is one of four Guzy children who excel at chess. Older brother Blake, 13, and younger twin siblings, Devon and Cooper, 9, are also players.Continued ...
Milford Central School holds off on adopting budget
The Milford Central School board of education has yet to adopt a budget for the 2013-14 school year. The action to do so has been tabled until the next meeting, which is scheduled for April 25.Continued ...
Festival features green theme
Green was the color of the day on Saturday at Milford Central School, as an environmental festival and gardening event were presented in tandem.Continued ...
- Thursday, April 11, 2013
Student, public polls to offer feedback on four mascot choices
The selection process for Cooperstown's new school district nickname has entered into its own final-four phase with a winner possible by Wednesday.Continued ...
Diversity taught through laughter
It's not always the biggest guy who is the strongest, the short girl might be a great basketball player and the kid with the funny clothes and accent might just turn out to be a best friend.Continued ...
Firefighter to smash car for cause
A local firefighter is using his passion for demolition derbies for a good cause -- to raise sponsorship money to dedicate to other firefighters who lost their lives while on duty.Continued ...
OCCA welcomes environmental planner
Peter Manning has joined the staff of the Otsego County Conservation Association as the environmental planner.Continued ...
The Farmers' Museum to host spring workshops
Eager to know more about the medicinal use of herbs or even the basics of daily living on an 1840s farmstead?Continued ...
- Thursday, April 4, 2013
Hearts of hope crafted to help people cope
More than 2,000 brightly painted hearts, each containing a message of hope, have been delivered to the grieving community of Newtown, Conn.Continued ...