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March 31, 2020

(Marco Barberi, an exchange student this year at Waterville High School, waves to the car train going by the home of his host family, the Pearsalls, on Bogan Road Friday. Barberi returned to Germany over the weekend.)

Normally it takes up to two hours for four or five volunteers at The Country Pantry to unload the truck bringing food each month from...

March 31, 2020

(Daniel, Lauren and Caroline Gus, and Willow and Noah Terrell, with puppy Scout, show some of the signs they and others in the Clinton United Methodist Church Youth Group made to support healthcare workers and others.)

Noah Terrell’s poster contains splashes of color and a pretty good drawing of a person amidst his message.

“Thank you doctors and nur...

March 31, 2020

The Clinton Board of Education held their regular meeting in irregular circumstances, conferencing through Zoom Tuesday evening. 

If any more meetings should need to take place under quarantine, a link is available on the district website.

The meeting began with a Bright Spot for the Clinton Teachers Association. CTA President John King gave a $1,200...

March 31, 2020

Waterville Board of Education members had set their meeting of March 24 as the one to lock in what the 2020-21 budget would look like when it goes to voters in May.

Instead, the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic delayed those decisions and thrown the work done so far into uncertainty.

Board members did have their meeting last week, but it...

March 31, 2020

Officially, New York State Public High School Athletic Association ended the 2019-20 sports season at 10 a.m. Monday, March 23.

In our hearts, we knew before then the magical year put together by the Brookfield girls basketball team had found the one opponent that could end their season: the coronavirus.

The Beavers stood three wins away from capturi...

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•Library Lines

•Letters to the Editor

•Youth of Month/Lions Club

•With Spring The Sap Flows

•Moratorium Extended

•Local Airmen Given Honors

•Kirkland Thirs Safest City 

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Photo By Zach Lewis

Following coronavirus guidelines by staying inside, I was able to get this photo through the window. This bird was weathering a snowstorm that was passing through the area. While taking photos, I was able to spot a bunch of robins. I always know spring is almost here when I see robins. This post would have had a photo of a robin, but they all flew away by the time my camera was ready.