Morrisville State and Utica College Women’s Ice Hockey Team Up to Fight Childhood Cancer

The Morrisville State Women’s Ice Hockey team and the Utica College Women’s Ice Hockey team will be competing on the ice Saturday, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m., on the campus of Utica College. Off the ice, they will be teaming up to raise awareness for childhood cancer.

Saturday, Dec. 3, marks the fifth annual Gold […]

Morrisville State hosts ‘Be the Match’ event

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Morrisville State College Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a bone marrow registry on September 22.

The registry was part of the Be The Match program that is operated by the National Marrow Donor Program.

“For thousands of people diagnosed every year with life-threatening blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma, a cure […]

Hanna Endorses O’Sullivan for Madison County Court Judge

Judge Patrick O’Sullivan

Congressman Richard Hanna announced this week his endorsement of Republican Patrick O’Sullivan for Madison County Court Judge. O’Sullivan is also running on the Independence and Reform Party lines. He earned the Republican line after winning the Primary Election last month.

“Judge O’Sullivan has the best combination of experience to handle […]

Madison County Releases Eco-Tourism Guide

Guide Available as a Placemat at Local Restaurants

(Wampsville, NY – May 2013) Want to see a methane digester, wind turbine or solar system up close or arrange to tour one of Madison County’s most sustainable buildings? Madison County has released an Eco-Tourism Guide to showcase the many innovative and forward-thinking alternative energy and sustainability […]

Successful Forage and Grazing Management Seminar: The Beginning of More Equine Programming in Madison County

Participants hold up a cloth equine digestive tract.

Pictured is Troy Bishopp working through his grazing management worksheet.

(Morrisville, NY- April 2013) Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County hosted a foraging and grazing management seminar to support the equine industry in the county. A total of 28 participants sacrificed the nice weather to spend a […]

Morrisville State College to host Ag Day April 18

(Morrisville, NY – April 2013) Morrisville State College will host Ag Day on April 18.

The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Most events will be held in the academic quad (in front of Marshall Hall).

Participants can learn more about agriculture, see […]

Agencies Team up for Alcohol Awareness Campaign

To the Editor:

(Madison County, NY – April 2013) BRiDGES, the Madison County Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Inc., in partnership with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and local law enforcement, school and government officials, would like to take this opportunity to celebrate the coming of spring and summer in our community and to […]

County Selects CNY Solar for Solarize Madison 2013

Enrollment Now Open at

(Wampsville, NY – April 2013) After a resounding success in 2012, Solarize Madison is back for Round II, and this year the program will offer homeowners, businesses, farms, municipalities and institutions in Madison County discounted pricing on both solar photovoltaic and solar hot water systems.

Sponsored by Madison County and […]

Senator Valesky Named Commencement Speaker at Morrisville State College

(Morrisville, NY – April 2013) State Sen. David J. Valesky will address Morrisville State College students during the college’s 102nd commencement ceremony May 18 at 1 p.m. in the recreation center.

Valesky, who represents the 53rd Senate District, comprised of Madison County and parts of Oneida and Onondaga counties, was elected to the New York […]

Why Should Conservationists have a Positive Interest in … Farming?

Madison County Soil and Water Conservation District Honors the Carrier Family as the 2013 Conservation Farm of the Year. (Submitted photos by Sharon Driscoll)

By Troy Bishopp

(Canastota, NY -March 2013) Wendell Berry’s question seems quite relevant in honoring the Carrier Family of ABC-NBR Dairy Farms as Madison County’s newest Conservation Farm of the Year. […]

Horse manure gains interest on Morrisville State College campus

Students in Ben Ballard’s Biomass Energy Resources class process equine waste for sampling purposes. (Photo by Ben Ballard)

(Morrisville, NY – March 27, 2013) Horse manure is gaining attention on the Morrisville State College campus—and it’s not for its common use as a fertilizer. The stable waste is instead being considered as a source of […]

Diet Tech Students Reach out to Clear Path for Veterans

Morrisville State College students Elizabeth Seeley, Whitney Graham and Timothy Hayes prepare food during a Meal Management lab held at the Copper Turret, college-run restaurant. (Photo by Nicolas Murphy, marketing assistant at Morrisville State College).

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By Franci Valenzano

(Morrisville, Chittenango, NY – March 2013) Four students from the accredited dietetic technician […]