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Mounties fall to Notre Dame, win streak ends at 12

Little Falls suffers their first loss since Dec. 6. The Mounties fell to Notre Dame 53-36 on Monday night in the Juggler Classic, putting an end to their 12-game winning streak.

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Kateri’s Winter Bag Sale

Kateri’s Thrift Store, a program of Catholic Charities of Herkimer County, located on the lower level of the Little Falls Community Center, 45 Furnace Street in Little Falls, will be featuring its Winter Bag Sale beginning Tuesday January 29 through Friday, February 8. Customers can carry off all th

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Man faces judge in attempted murder case

An Oneonta man facing charges of attempted murder after a domestic dispute with his partner left her in the hospital was in City of Oneonta Court on Wednesday for a pre-trial felony hearing that did ultimately not happen.

DAILY STAR

Dolgeville boys lose to Herkimer, 75-40

HERKIMER — Jordyn Lanaux finished with 17 points, six rebounds and six assists to lead Herkimer to a 75-40 victory over Dolgeville in a Center State Conference boys basketball contest Friday.

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Valley Health Services names Employee of the Fourth Quarter

Herkimer, N.Y. — Mark Ritzel has been named as Valley Health Services’ Employee of the Fourth Quarter 2019. Ritzel joined VHS on May 28, 1998 as a physical therapy assistant. He attributes his success on the job to having the ability to interact with and help people every day to improve their qualit

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Fredonia State men lose big in clash with Oneonta, 106-63

The Blue Devils ran into a strong team in Oneonta on Saturday and just couldn’t keep up. The Fredonia State Blue Devils mens basketball team hosted the Oneonta Red Dragons on Saturday, and suffered a tough defeat, 106-63, in a SUNYAC league game at Dods Hall in Fredonia.

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Looming storm leads to slew of cancellations

A hazardous weather outlook and winter storm warning are in effect through the weekend as the region is expected to received 12 to 20 inches of snow and winds up to 35 mph on Sunday and temperature dipping below zero.

DAILY STAR

Family, friends paying respects to three boys killed in Herkimer fire

FRANKFORT, N.Y. -- Family and friends are paying their respects to the three boys killed in a fire on East Steele Street in Herkimer. The services for 1-year-old Jackson, 6-year-old Richard and 7-year-old Michael will be held at the Enea and Ciaccia Funeral Home in Frankfort.

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Main Street boutique to add cafe, performance stage

Residents and visitors to the area will find a staple of downtown Oneonta at 167 Main St. — a boutique and consignment store named Shakedown Street. Those familiar with the Grateful Dead's music will notice the name — a homage to the band and Jerry Garcia, the band’s frontman.

DAILY STAR

'Winter Adventures' at Rogers Environmental Center

Sherburne, N.Y. — On Feb. 18-22, children ages 7-10 have the opportunity to explore Rogers Environmental Education Center in Sherburne while learning about the great outdoors.

ONEIDA DISPATCH

New electric rates go into effect in Mohawk

MOHAWK — Village electric customers can expect to see an increase in their February bills. Superintendent of Public Works Mike Shedd told the village board Monday that the New York State Public Service Commission approved the Mohawk Municipal Commission’s request for a rate increase.

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Burglaries, car break-ins investigated in Montgomery County

MONTGOMERY COUNTY - The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office is investigating two burglaries and a series of thefts from cars this week, the department said. The break-ins and thefts happened Tuesday night into Wednesday morning in the areas of Hickory Hill and Stone Arabia roads in the Town of Palati

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Land bank receives $1.2M grant

LITTLE FALLS — The Greater Mohawk Valley Land Bank has been awarded $1.2 million to fight blight in Herkimer, Montgomery, Schoharie and Otsego counties and the cities of Utica and Rome.

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Moreau climbs up all-time Section III scoring list

Allison Moreau keeps moving on up. The Sauquoit girls basketball star scored 27 points in Thursday night's 57-53 win over Sherburne-Earlville to past Westhill's Carlee Cassidy for third place on Section III's all-time scoring list with 2,126 points.

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Provider relations specialist joins Mohawk Valley Health Systems

UTICA, N.Y. — Peter Manno, RN, has been named provider relations specialist for Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS). In this role, Manno will identify, qualify and create new business relationships and maintain existing relationships among the St. Elizabeth Laboratory outreach program.

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Long-delayed restaurant plans opening in spring

A long-anticipated Tex-Mex eatery may finally open for business in Oneonta this spring. Bombers Burrito Bar could open as early as May, according to city Community Development Director Judy Pangman.

DAILY STAR

Fredonia State women fall to league-leading Oneonta, 56-46

Playing host to the top team in the SUNYAC, Fredonia State knew they were in for a battle. After four hard-fought quarters, the Blue Devils came up short. The Fredonia State Blue Devils lost to the Oneonta Red Dragons, 56-46, in a SUNYAC womens basketball game, at Dods Hall on Saturday.

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Food Sense Registrations for February 2019

Attention Food Sense Customers: Customers will receive: increased quality of food; variety of food; more specials’ options and an introduction to the pantry box, produce box, and protein box as ‘specials’. Food Sense is still a great way for families to save money and purchase quality foods for less

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Total lunar eclipse to fill night sky Sunday night, Monday morning

WATERVILLE — If the sky clears after this weekend’s expected snow storm, almost everyone in the Western Hemisphere will have the opportunity to see a rare cosmic event — a total lunar eclipse.

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Man arrested for theft, arson in Schoharie County

MIDDLEBURGH, N.Y. (NEWS10) - A man was arrested after police say he stole from multiple cars in a local community. New York State Police say Charles Tasher stole items from multiple cars in Middleburgh. He's accused of even setting one on fire.

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