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January 14, 2020



After listening to numerous comments during a public hearing, the Marshall Town Board voted to halt all mining activities, aside from commercial excavations in use, for a month.

At the re...

January 14, 2020

A Hamilton College graduate had the honor of pushing the button that lowered the Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball.

Jared Fox, a 2003 graduate of Hamilton, is an environmental and climate sc...

January 13, 2020



The December Marshall Town Board meeting opened with a public hearing to disallow tax exemptions for solar power. 

The meeting was chaired by Deputy Supervisor Jack Buschmann in the absen...

January 13, 2020

The final drawings will be done soon for the Village of Waterville’s sewer plant upgrade project.


At last week’s Village Board meeting, Mayor Gene Ostrander said a recent meeting with those...

January 13, 2020

The Village of Clinton Board met last Monday night for their first meeting of 2020.

There were no Codes or Police reports for December available at the meeting.

The DPW hauled away 11.91 t...

January 7, 2020

Shortly before the start of his 36th season as coach of Waterville girls varsity basketball, Larry Stockwell received the diagnosis that he had bladder cancer.
 

During the season the Clinton...

January 7, 2020

Town of Kirkland councilmen Mike O’Neil and Rick Maxam take their oaths of office last week during the town board’s reorganizational meeting. Maxam was elected in November and attended his f...

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Inside This Week's Times

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​EDITORIAL
  • Kind To A Little Boy
     

COMMUNITY NEWS
  • Oriskany Falls Notes

  • Brookfield Notes

  • Madison Notes

  • Waterville Hub

THROUGHOUT THE INSIDE
  • In Times Past

  • Faces and Places

  • Wreath Ceremony

  • Library Lines

  • Brothertown Optimist Club Youth of Month

  • Students of the Month

  • Lions Club Student of the Month
     

SPORTS
  • Team Effort Earns Big Indians Win

  • Warriors Week: Two Wins

  • CCS Hands CVA First Loss

  • Waterville Indians Take Control Early

  • Beavers Win 11th

  • Lakers Edge Warriors 2-0

In Focus

Photo By Zach Lewis

This faded sign on the way to Waterville caught my attention. I always like looking for older street signs. I found this sign on NY-315. Signs like the one on NY-315 are all over our area. And depending on age, the material that is used for the lettering tends to crack and fade. The signs might not be that effective at telling a direction depending on how weathered they are, but they do make for a great photo. 

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