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October 13, 2020

The Village of Clinton met Monday evening, Oct. 5 to discuss new business and hold their organizational meeting.

The Village Board met in the Town of Kirkland Hall to make adhering to social distance requirements less strenuous. The meeting began with a celebration and recognition for Sondra Coe, a school traffic officer retiring after 50 years of s...

October 13, 2020

Nine more houses have received improvements as part of the Community Development Block Grant program awarded to the Village of Oriskany Falls.

Last month the Village Board opened the regular meeting with a required hearing giving progress on the grant. Work that can be done includes energy upgrades, repairs for Codes compliance and exterior improvem...

October 13, 2020

For the first two days of October, Hamilton College students learned the restrictions to remain on campus had lifted.

After six weeks back on The Hill in Clinton, students received permission from the college to leave the campus. They could visit Clinton businesses such as the Cider Mill and those along Park Row and College Street.

Students were warn...

October 13, 2020

People in the Brookfield community took part in the Out Of The Darkness walk recently to raise money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. A basket raffle at the Town Park also helped with the fund raiser. With a goal of $5,000, the 111 walkers raised $5,415. Team Timothy, led by Ruth Darrow, raised $2,200. 

October 6, 2020

After 34 years with the United States Postal Service, with the last 18 in Waterville as Postmaster, Maureen Wratten retired last week. Her career included time in the Deansboro and Clinton post offices. 

October 6, 2020

Members of the Oriskany Falls Fire Department, along with a few of their children, walked the almost 5 miles between their firehouse and the Barton Hose Co. in Deansboro. The walk, done in full turnout gear by the firefighters, paid tribute to those first responders who lost their lives Sept. 11, 2001. The walk replaced the traditional CNY Stair Cl...

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Inside This Week

Editorial -

Trick Or Treating

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•Covid-19 Information

•Inside Brookfield School

•Clinton Shuts Out MM

•Big Week for Field Hockey

•CCS Runners Grab All Wins

•WCS Sports Boosters

Donate to Skills Program

•Clinton Tennis Wins #4

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Photo By Zach Lewis

In spring, when Covid-19 guidelines were starting to be enforced, I didn't take as many photos as usual. I didn't leave my house much.  As a way to continue taking photos, I would snap photos through the windows. I was staying at home, and I was socially distancing. Although it's summer and more places are opening again, I'm still staying at home more. So, I continue to take wildlife photos from my window from time to time. This photo was taken from my window on Tuesday, Aug. 4 during heavy rainstorms. 


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