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September 15, 2020

After six months of being away from their schools, students all across New York state returned to classes in the buildings. Memorial Park School students on the Team Purple morning group in Waterville walked through an arch of balloons to their new classrooms after passing the temperature check. Clinton Elementary students in Cohort 2 give a thumbs...

September 15, 2020

“You are pulled from the wreckage, Of your silent reverie, You're in the arms of the angel, May you find some comfort here.’’

Those lyrics sung by the Clinton High School Chamber Singers from the Sarah McLachlan song ‘Angel’ hung word by word around the Clinton Central School District Foundation Memorial Brick Garden.

As the mask-clad singers each sa...

September 15, 2020

Clinton Youth Hockey explained how its 2020-21 season will work at the Clinton Arena last week.

In a letter to participants, CYH President Brittany Fuller Evans said the guidelines set by the Clinton Arena are in accordance with state regulations. These include:

Starting Nov. 2

No more than 20 players and coaches in the Arena at one time. Spectators a...

September 15, 2020

It Takes A Village Diaper Bank is having a Diaper Dump Saturday, Sept. 19 from 12 to 2 p.m. at the Waterville Methodist Church.

The Diaper Bank helps local families with their diaper needs for their little ones. People can donate diaper packages of any size to help out families in need.

Five local families receive diaper assistance each month, but th...

September 9, 2020

Area artists from a Clinton artist co-op are donating funds from artwork sold to various places in the community.

Artisans’ Corner on College Street sells the work of local makers. Items for sale at the shop include clothing, photography, illustrations, jewelry, wooden decorations and other handmade work.

Like other area businesses, Artisans’ Corner...

September 8, 2020

A Clinton-area resident has taken the leap into starting a medical practice in the place she calls home.

Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Annie Wafer opened her practice at 3 Kirkland Ave. - former location of Soul Bowl, and before that, the Dessert Booth - earlier this summer.

The services she’s bringing to the Village include substance use disor...

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Weekly Poll

Poll Results

 

Fall is rapidly approaching. What is your favorite Fall activity? 
 

Go apple picking and take a drive to see the leaf colors came were in the number one spot. Not be forgotten, visit a pumpkin patch, get lost in a corn maze, go for a hike and watch the geese fly south for the Winter were all chosen as well.

Inside This Week

Editorial -

A Virtual Cruise In

Throughout the Inside -

•In Times Past

•Covid-19 Information

•Dear Visitors, Can
We Try This Again?

•WCS Decides On
Fall Sports Delay

•Covid-19 Testing Partnership
Done In Kirkland, Clinton

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In Focus...

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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