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September 29, 2020

Layla Barnes, Brienna Blunt and Ethan Barnes, members of the Learners Club at Learning At Its Best in Waterville, collected horn honks and donations for Waterville seventh grader Cole Campbell. Jennifer Collins, owner of the supplemental education service, and volunteer Laura Jandreau, helped kids sell lemonade to raise money for Cole, who is in a...

September 29, 2020

After a lengthy hearing last week, the Marshall Zoning Board of Appeals has until late October to decide on a mining operation on Shanley Road.

About 25 people attended the hearing at the Marshall Highway Department barn, with chairs spaced far apart and facemasks worn. The hearing, originally scheduled for the spring, had to be postponed until Covi...

September 29, 2020

Clinton varsity field hockey coach Mickey Grimm gives instruction to her squad last week as practice began for fall sports. The Warriors open the season Oct. 9 home vs. Holland Patent. Clinton sports kick off for the season when the boys varsity soccer team plays at Canastota at 11 a.m. Saturday.

September 29, 2020

Bridging the Gap was the title of a presentation at last week’s Waterville Board of Education meeting that opened with a look at this year’s budget.

Interim Superintendent Dr. Kathy Davis and Business administrator Tracy Leone explained to the board the various gaps between expenses and revenues seen in the 2020-21 budget that began in July. “We’re...

September 29, 2020

The Clinton Central School District Board of Education met last Tuesday evening to discuss new business.

The meeting began with the welcoming and congratulations of new staff to the district. In the Elementary School, Jocelyn Schneider, Sarah Lomanto, CCS grad Joshua Heintz, Sharleen Moulton, Katrina Mercer, Anna Femia, and Linda Kennedy were all we...

September 29, 2020

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation  announced the completion of a three-year project to reconstruct 36 bridge crossings along the Brookfield Trail System in the towns of Hamilton and Brookfield, Madison County.

The popular recreation trails provide more than 100 miles of opportunity for hikers, equestrians, snowmobilers, and oth...

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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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