Tyler Murphy

Chenango County, NYEvening Sun

PROGRESS 2021 – Chenango County Sheriff’s Office Had A Plan And Was Prepared For A Pandemic Published: February 12th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

In January, before the pandemic hit the the Chenango County Correctional Facility released 137 of 189 inmates, related to new bail reforms passed by New York State. “That actually happened under bail reform back in December. That wasn’t COVID related,” said Sheriff Ernest R. Cutting, Jr. “So even though it...
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Chenango County, NYEvening Sun

PROGRESS 2021 – Chenango County’s New Chairman Looks Ahead And Is Not Afraid To Answer Tough Questions Published: February 12th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

As Chenango County heads into 2021 the pandemic dominates daily life, including the economy and almost all government functions. Even democratic principles have taken a back-seat to New York State’s response to the pandemic, with the state being essentially ruled by a single branch of government through executive orders issued by Governor Andrew Cuomo for most of 2020.
Norwich, NYEvening Sun

PROGRESS 2021 – Reese-Marshall: New Leadership Meets Steady Demand With A Dedicated Staff Published: February 12th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

NORWICH - Reese-Marshall transitioned to new leadership in 2020, welcoming new Division President Lisa Colabelli to lead the organization in July. Colabelli joined the company in October 2019, a few months before the pandemic hit and transitioned into the leadership position for Reese-Marshall, based in Norwich, and Paul Oil Co., based in Hamilton.
Chenango County, NYEvening Sun

PROGRESS 2021 – Chenango SPCA Proud To Be No-kill Shelter And Places Animals First Published: February 11th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

NORWICH – The Chenango County SPCA has worked hard and is very proud to be designated as a no-kill shelter. That means, except for a few exceptions, the shelter does not euthanize animals due to space issues or basic illness. It takes more time and expense to accomplish the designation, but the current volunteer board has made the investments to make animal welfare a top priority.
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Greene, NYEvening Sun

PROGRESS 2021 – Raymond: Investing In The Future Was The Best Way To Overcome COVID Published: February 10th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

GREENE - Raymond certainly faced challenges in 2020, dealing with changes in production, supply and a handful of employees falling ill. Overall, the company performed very well mostly due to the fact they have always invested in cutting edge technology in order to remain competitive in their international material handling market.
Chenango County, NYEvening Sun

PROGRESS 2021 – Chenango County Health Department Leads Charge Against COVID-19 Published: February 8th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

CHENANGO – About 10 months ago, in late February of 2020, the New York State Health Department warned Chenango County officials there was a serious problem. “That problem was COVID-19 and at that point we thought that it originated in China and was present in the United States, primarily from travelers coming into the major New York City airports,” said Director of Chenango County Public Health Marcas Flindt.
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Tenney Claims Victory In Congressional Race, Brindisi Says Race Isn't Over Yet Published: February 3rd, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

ALBANY — Former U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney claimed victory Monday in the election for New York's 22nd Congressional District, the last undecided congressional race from the November 2020 election. Following a court ruling Monday Tenney, a Republican, claimed a 123 vote lead over incumbent Anthony Brindisi, a Democrat, but representative...
Chenango County, NYEvening Sun

Tom Morrone, One Of Chenango County's Most Influential Political Voices Of A Generation, Passes Away Published: January 18th, 2021 By: Tyler Murphy

CHENANGO COUNTY – One of the most influential political voices in Chenango County for the last four decades, Republican Party Chairman Tom Morrone, unexpectedly died on Friday, with many officials across the state offering their condolences. Morrone was 78 years old and a Norwich native. He led the Republican Party...