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  Vol. 108 - Issue 35, Thursday, September 7, 2006

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Inside this issue
50 Plus reunion weekend a success
By Janine Giordano more...
 
Comprehensive plan concept supported by local officials
by Janine Giordano more...
 
Mustangs show Dolgeville who’s new Big Blue
by Mike Root more...
 
Fall sports season under way
Photos by Mike Root more...
 
Thursday night golf league final standings
more...
 
Lady Pats even record with win over G-MU
by Mike Root more...
 
Doubleday Field hosts Goodwill Series XVII
more...
 
Athletes of the Week
more...
 
Indians come up inches short in opener
by Mike Root more...
 
Doctors from around the world to gather at Otesaga
more...
 
NYSHA slates day trip to Corning
more...
 
Murder topic of meeting
more...
 
Lectures to begin at the Fenimore Art Museum
more...
 
RSCS hosting open house
more...
 
DAR visits Johnson Hall in Johnstown
more...
 
Magazine readers love Cooperstown
more...
 
Historic train ride scheduled
more...
 
Speaker will discuss area tool makers
more...
 
RSCS grad earns doctorate
more...
 
Market to host performer
more...
 
News from the library
more...
 
Grant writing workshop scheduled
more...
 
Bridge group meets in Coop
more...
 
Market will adopt fall hours
more...
 
HISTORY COLUMN
By Tom Heitz more...
 
Fire department holds tractor pulls
more...
 
A Sixteen-Hundred Bale Day
by Terry Berkson more...
 
A Tale of Two Fish
by Curtis Richardson more...
 
Former Price Chopper manager rides Subway into Cooperstown
by Janine Giordano more...
 
Bassett program puts student into OR
more...
 
Women’s business network to meet
more...
 
OCCA names new director
more...
 
Breakfast most important meal of day, start with milk
more...
 
Community Profile
by Janine Giordano more...
 
Good things happen to good people
by Bruce Watson more...
 
Communities come together to benefit hurricane victims
more...
 
Results of county beef show, fair
more...
 
Red Hats visit Farmers’ Museum
more...
 
Happy birthday
more...
 
RSCS welcomes new teachers
more...
 
Teachers complete training
more...
 
First ambulance
more...
 
Ladybugs meet senator
more...
 
Police Blotter
more...
 
The real reason we’re faced with an animal ID system
by John Funiciello more...
 
An apology
more...
 
Good luck students for a great school year
more...
 
Three month moratorium a sensible decision by CV
more...
 
Fireworks display was best show yet
more...
 
Staying busy at Bronner Manor
more...
 
Cider mill displayed generosity
more...
 
Sherry’s was a great place to eat, meet friends
more...
 
Thanks to Last in Line for a great concert
more...
 
Griffo not the man for state senate
more...
 
Letter was attack full of misinformation
more...
 



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