Local endangered species making a comeback

Local endangered species making a comeback

Chittenango snail is making national news

On Wednesday, July 18, 2018, at 6:30 p.m., the Great Swamp Conservancy, Inc., will host a presentation on how one person can make a difference.

The program is free and open to the public.

The threatened Chittenango snail is making a comeback, thanks […]

Noted Preservationist Leads Walking Tour of Historic Morrisville

Noted Preservationist Leads Walking Tour of Historic Morrisville

Carl D. Stearns, partner emeritus and consultant at the architectural and historical preservation firm Crawford & Stearns will guide a walking architectural tour of Morrisville’s historic buildings in the village center on Wednesday, June 27 at 7 p.m.

Sponsored by the Morrisville Historic Preservation Commission, the historical […]

COLUMN: Musings of a Simple Country Man

Hobie Morris

COLUMN: Musings of a Simple Country Man

Where have all the flowers gone? And other country reflections

By Hobie Morris

The Brookfield hills are once again alive with a colorful palette of spring flowers. Reminding this simple country man of the lovely impressionistic artistry of that school’s founder—Claude Monet. My lovely wife […]

Siena College announces president’s list for spring 2018

Siena College announces president’s list for spring 2018

Siena College names students to the President’s List for the Spring 2018 semester.

Andrew Harrison of North Brookfield Coby Merkle of West Eaton John Stone of Manlius Maegan Wells of Cazenovia

Sherburne resident graduates from Tufts University

Sherburne resident graduates from Tufts University

Carter Cole of Sherburne graduated from Tufts University on May 20, 2018 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering during a university-wide commencement ceremony that featured the awarding of honorary degrees to a number of academic, business and civic leaders making a positive impact on the world.

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Community volunteers fueled it forward at Cliff’s Pumps United

Community volunteers fueled it forward at Cliff’s Pumps United

United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area partner Cliff’s Local Market generously hosted community volunteers for the second annual “Cliff’s Pumps United” fundraising event Tuesday, June 5.

More than $5,661 was raised and will benefit United Way’s work funding area programs and services, and […]

Part-time students recognized at SUNY Canton

Part-time students recognized at SUNY Canton

SUNY Canton recognizes more than 200 part-time students for academic success during the Spring 2018 semester.

The college created this award to recognize students who earned at least a 3.25 GPA in 6 to 11 credits of course work. It stands alongside the college’s Dean’s List and President’s List […]

MVRC welcomes guest speaker Patrick Vincent

Pictured from left are Michele Hummel, Elyse Enea Bellows, Bonny Brownrigg, Cindy Bennett, Patrick Vincent and Denise Snyder.

MVRC welcomes guest speaker Patrick Vincent

Mohawk Valley Rotary Club Welcomed Guest Speaker Patrick Vincent, a Republican candidate for the 188th Assembly District.

Vincent discussed how he had served as […]

Morrisville Public Library news

Morrisville Public Library news

By Michelle A. Rounds, Library Manager

Summer Reading begins Monday July 2nd! “Libraries Rock” is the theme this year! We have LOTS of fun programs and performers planned! Check out our website for all the details at: midyorklib.org/morrisville/events/summer-reading-2018/.

Bring your preschool child (ages 2-5) for our summer time story hour starting […]

Democratic Committee issues statement on Miner announcement to run for governor

Democratic Committee issues statement on Miner announcement to run for governor

Madison County Democratic Committee Chairman Mike Oot issued the following statement on Stephanie Miner’s announcement of her intent to run for governor

“I’m very disappointed that former Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner is challenging Governor [Andrew] Cuomo and, not surprisingly, her announcement was immediately embraced […]

Stockbridge Valley High School wins NYS maple contest

Maple Cannister (file photo).

Stockbridge Valley High School wins NYS maple contest

Stockbridge Valley’s Agriculture program earned a first place prize in this year’s Schoolyard Sugaring Maple Syrup Contest. It’s the second year SVCS has won their division in the 2-year-old contest.

New York Agriculture in the Classroom and the New York State Maple […]

News from SUNY New Paltz: Spring 2018 dean’s list announced

News from SUNY New Paltz: Spring 2018 dean’s list announced

SUNY New Paltz announces its dean’s list for the spring 2018 semester, a recognition for students who excel academically and earn at least a 3.3 grade-point average in a semester with a full-time course load.

The following students earned dean’s list honors this spring:

Emily […]