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State investigation seeks missing Bassett Rx pads
The state is investigating the possible theft of blank prescription pads from Bassett Medical Center, a spokeswoman for the hospital confirmed Monday.
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Ruff, Beers on BCANY top 50 list
Local high school juniors Mariah Ruff and Jordan Beers earned recognition as two of the top 50 girls basketball players in the state, as voted on by the Basketball Coaches Association of New York, Inc.
- Section Four Tournaments
- Tri-Valley League All-Stars
- 2013 Rat Snake Results
- OHS girl wins Class B title
- Ruff, Beers on BCANY top 50 list
On our Opinion: Cheers
To the DEP's "The Watershed Experience," the Oneonta High School Envirothon team, and to ROPS rebate funding.
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- Make sure you vote in school tax election
- No foreign aid until our needs are met
- On our Opinion: Cheers
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- Mark Simonson
General Clinton Canoe Regatta got a new home in 1972
Ever since 1963, when Charles Hinkley and a group of Tri-Town businessmen came up with the idea for what we know today as the General Clinton Canoe Regatta, people lined the shores of the Susquehanna to watch the canoeists as they made their 70-mile trek from Cooperstown to Bainbridge.Continued ...
- General Clinton Canoe Regatta got a new home in 1972
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My pal Brucie, savior of Sidney's hospital
Ask any hospital administrators if they've ever heard of a closed hospital in New York state that has ever been re-opened. They will say, "Impossible." In a half century of going through records you can't find any.Continued ...
- My pal Brucie, savior of Sidney's hospital
- Chuck Pinkey
- Sam Pollak
- Cary Brunswick
- Justin Vernold
How safe has the Afghan war left us?
It's hard to see any way we could have avoided Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks. We couldn't, after all, just leave al-Qaida ensconced in the country's hinterlands while Taliban chief Mullah Mohammed Omar sheltered its leaders. But in the back of our minds, we all probably had the same nagging worry: that regardless of how the Afghanistan effort went, it could never make the U.S. completely secure from terrorism.Continued ...
- How safe has the Afghan war left us?
- Emily Popek
Balancing work, family is men's dilemma too
In an era when dual incomes are increasingly a necessity, rather than a choice, it is ridiculous to keep pretending that "work-life balance" is a women's problem. It's not. It's a societal problem. And until we can view it as such, we don't stand a chance of addressing the symptoms of this problem.Continued ...
- Balancing work, family is men's dilemma too
Photos: Aftermath of massive tornado in Moore
Storm victims were pulled from the rubble and residents began surveying the damage late Monday and early Tuesday in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, where a powerful tornado destroyed entire neighborhoods and left dozens dead.
May 21, 2013
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- Photos: Aftermath of massive tornado in Moore Storm victims were pulled from the rubble and residents began surveying the damage late Monday and early Tuesday in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, where a powerful tornado destroyed entire neighborhoods and left dozens dead.