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Class C softball championship: No. 3 Pulaski wins sectional title in 18-0 shutout over top-seeded Cooperstown

Cooperstown, N.Y. — The Pulaski softball team cruised to an 18-0 win over top-seeded Cooperstown to win its second consecutive Section III Class C sectional title game. Despite winning the first Class C sectional softball championship in over a year due to the pandemic, Pulaski coach Leah LeBeau said the emotions of not having a season last year never entered the teams minds as they celebrated.
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New Lisbon, NYDaily Star

Longtime butcher opens new shop in Mount Vision

New Lisbon resident Larry Althiser is carving out a niche for himself. Althiser launched Larry’s Meats & Smokehouse at 1397 County Highway 12 in Mount Vision in late May, though he’s been sharpening his skills for years. “We were kind of open (before) but not officially, so we just revamped...

Cooperstown baseball loves a parade

Cooperstown’s varsity baseball team got a firetruck parade on Main Street on Saturday, June 12, after winning the Section IV Class C1 baseball title earlier in the evening at Oneonta’s Damaschke Field. The Hawkeyes beat Port Byron, 4-3. Senior Alex Hage, who plays first base, got the title-winning RBI, scoring...
Otsego County,

Neglected horses rescued from farm

The Susquehanna SPCA, with help from the Otsego County Sheriff, rescued some 30 horses from a farm that was apparently hoarding them. Stacie Haynes said on Facebook that they worked more than 30 hours to relieve the farmer from those horses, who was unable to manage the amount that he had.
Norwich, NYObserver-Dispatch

Guernsey Memorial Library presents free Movies Under the Stars this summer in Norwich, NY

Aug. 4 – "Harriet" Aug.11 – "Little Women" Aug. 18 – "Won’t You Be My Neighbor" Aug. 25 – "Jungle Book" The movies will be shown out back of the library in the park every Wednesday in July and August, starting at dusk, or about 8:30 p.m.. If it happens to rain, the show will move indoors to the lovely Martin Kappel Theater at the Chenango Arts Council at 27 West Main, right across from the library park.

Walks, errors cost Marathon title

SCHENEVUS — Too much traffic on the basepaths denied the Marathon Olympians a chance at their first ever sectional title in softball, as they fell to the Schenevus Dragons, 7-1, in the Section IV Class D championship game Friday at Schenevus High. Marathon pitcher Kaitlyn Mitchell allowed only five hits,...
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Susquehanna SPCA Needs Fosters For Rescued Horses ASAP

Sadly, a situation where farm animals are neglected is all too common according to the Susquehanna SPCA. There are a variety of reasons for the neglect but according to SQSPCA's Executive Director, Stacie Haynes, whom I recently talked with about animal neglect/abuse, the most common reasons are animal owners suffering mental illness, the owner getting overwhelmed and unable to care for animals, or financial insecurity.
Schoharie, NYTimes Union

Cuomo administration must pay legal fees in limo crash case

ALBANY — A court ruling puts state agencies on the hook for legal fees incurred by families of the victims of the 2018 limousine crash in Schoharie who went to court to get access to records of contacts state agencies had with the limo company before the tragedy. A lower...
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An Unexpected Meeting With Several Members Of The Community

My daughter and I had quite the adventure recently. It all started with an innocent stop at the radio station for an evening bathroom break. While Olivia was in the bathroom, I saw geese. One adult and then I noticed at least ten babies waddling behind in triangle form. The back of the radio station is basically an alley in downtown Oneonta so I was quite surprised on what I was seeing and had to quickly alert my 5-year old.
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Old Stone Fort in Schoharie: ‘A Revolutionary Gem’

The American Revolution is writ large across Upstate New York. There are battle sights, historical markers, old forts and military encampments, war museums, cemeteries, and so much more. There is no better place to begin a summer Revolutionary War tour than here in beautiful Schoharie County at the Old Stone Fort.