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Ramsaran freed on $300,000 bail: Charged with killing his wife, Jennifer
Accused killer Ganesh "Remy" Ramsaran was freed from Chenango County Jail this afternoon after he and relatives posted $300,000 worth of real estate to meet bail conditions set by County Judge Frank Revoir Jr.
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- School budget voting results
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- Ramsaran freed on $300,000 bail: Charged with killing his wife, Jennifer
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Bauerle's 1-hitter leads B-G in Class C
Asked if he would say Tuesday's outing was Bainbridge-Guilford senior Austin Bauerle's best of the season, Bobcats coach Tim Mattingly replied, "Yes, I would." Bauerle struck out 15 and walked two in a one-hitter to lead the eighth-seeded Bobcats to a 2-1 Section Four Class C first-round baseball victory over visiting Spencer-Van Etten.
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- O-State senior an All-American in lacrosse
- High School Results
- Oneonta youngster wins pitch, hit & run competition
- Bauerle's 1-hitter leads B-G in Class C
Schools must find ways to deal with threats
Anonymous threats to schools are nothing new. Through the years, they have consisted -- among other messages -- of anonymous phone calls, magazine or newspaper lettering glued to a letter, and scrawled warnings on a bathroom mirror.
- City should improve access to river
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- On our Opinion: Cheers
- Make sure Blodgett project holds water
- Schools must find ways to deal with threats
- Weddings & Engagements
- 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
- Big Chuck
- 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
In fan fiction, your favorite characters do what you want them to
When J.J. Abrams took over the "Star Trek" franchise in 2009, he boldly went where the series hadn't gone before — romantically — pairing Uhura with Spock. Many fans disliked the change. Some loved it. Others didn't care, because they just wanted to see Kirk and Spock make out.
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