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Linda Christy and Jim McConnell won Friday’s duplicate bridge game with 15 points. Jean Minnella and Chuck Kasten were second with 14 points. Gail Briggs and Virginia Wickwire were third …

A safe space for family caregivers to share their experiences, challenges and successes meets from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of the month. The meeting is available in person at …

Like the ghosts of long dead baseball legends walking out of an Iowa cornfield and gradually taking human form on a baseball field in the 1989 movie “Field of Dreams,” players from the …

Event details Greely mission — and Marathon man saving it

In the late 1800s, a Marathon man helped six men survive to return home after being deprived of food and warmth for three years, stranded in the Arctic. The Marathon Historical Society is …

Expect more than 80 vendors selling arts, crafts, books — even dog treats. Look for the entertainment. And you might even find a few artists at Holiday in Homer Saturday. The event is from …

Goat yoga coming to Freeville

FREEVILLE – Yoga is about connecting with nature – but adding animals to it can bring it to a new level. Two goat yoga sessions will be this month at Hemingway Stables in Freeville. …

Barb Gage and Chuck Kasten won Friday’s duplicate bridge game with 14 points. Linda Christy and Jim McConnell were second with 13 points. Jean Minnell and Marilyn Delorenzo were third with …

MORAVIA — Fillmore Days will return to Fillmore Glen State Park from Aug. 8 to 10, with a trail run, yoga, music, pedal car derby and bathtub races. Racers, teams of four people 14 and …

A know a couple of people who were talking about getting tattoos the other day. It piqued my interest. But I think I missed my one chance to get a tattoo when I was in college. As far as I can …

SpaceX launches Turkey’s first domestically built satellite

This week, SpaceX launched the first satellite Turkey produced independently. Turksat 6A is a communications satellite that will meet television broadcasting needs. Turksat 6A will cover Turkey …

Going to the dark side

Growing up, we had a yellow barn cat who decided he wanted the life of luxury that house cats had. So, he learned to open the back door of the house and let himself in. The yellow tom would …

Former Cincinnatus resident Deb Tillman will appear July 13 at Kellogg Free Library in Cincinnatus as she and co-author Teresa Grant announce the release of their children’s book, …

Nellie Randall came to Homer in 1909 from Scotland. She ran restaurants in Homer and Tully before she went to Washington, D.C., during WWII, where she was in charge of dining services for the joint …

I have lived in Cortland for a total of almost 30 years. I have learned the road network, including the shortcuts, over time. But this spring and now summer I have found myself totally lost. …

NASA and SpaceX launches 10th Falcon Heavy rocket

Last week, NASA and SpaceX delivered the GOES-U satellite into orbit. GOES-U was developed by the NOAA or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This launch not only marked …

Rock Garden Art Group to host annual exhibition

What started as a group of friends displaying works in a friend’s garden has turned into artists of different mediums exhibiting at the Center for the Arts of Homer. The Rock Garden Art …

Three teams tied for first place in Friday’s duplicate bridge game. Kim Sharpe and Chuck Kasten, Barb Klockowski and Laura Simon, and Linda Christy and Jim McConnell all had 13 points. …

A safe space for family caregivers to share their experiences, challenges and successes meets from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. the fourth Thursday of the month. The meeting is available in person at …

Randy Ross to exhibit photographs from his garden

Photographer Randy Ross’ work has viewers up-close and personal with native Cortland plants, flowers and creatures. From 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, an opening reception will be held for an …

2024 Homer high graduates look to the future

Before diverging into 128 separate paths, Homer High School graduates leave the incoming freshmen with some advice before Saturday’s graduation ceremony: anything’s possible. …

Photographers can submit to Regional Photography Exhibit

Whether you love traditional photography or experimenting with Photoshop, the Regional Photography Exhibit wants your work. Photographers can submit work to Cortland Arts Connect’s 14th …

Water slides, Raptors and ‘The Boy who Cried Wolf’

JULY BOOK RELEASES A selection of some of the most-anticipated releases: • The Assassin of Venice, by Alyssa Plombo. • Better Faster Farther: How Running Changed Everything …

My father was born and raised in the Bronx, a borough of New York City. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University, not far from his family’s apartment. He told me …

The Age Well Center at 165 Main St. is hosting an exhibition through July of 15 photographs by Randy Ross of Cortlandville, including several prize winners from the Cortland Arts Challenge and …

Flowers were presented June 5 to Phyllis Boyden as she leaves the presidency of the Ladies Literary Club, and to incoming President Karen Cunningham. The club met at the CNY Living History …

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