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You can now reserve Broome picnic shelters online

Here are things to do (and not do) to avoid deer ticks that might carry Lyme disease. Steve Orr Want to go picnicking in a Broome County park? You can now make your reservation without having to pick up a phone. The Broome County Parks Department on Friday announced it's rolled out an online reserv

PRESSCONNECTS - 2017-12-15 21:03:48

Wreath ceremony to honor vets at Woodlawn National Cemetery

Community members turned out to Woodlawn National Cemetery Saturday to lay about 1,800 wreaths at the foot of veteran headstones for the nationwide event Wreaths Across America. Kelly Gampel / Staff Video A wreath-laying ceremony by Cameron Manufacturing & Design and the Vietnam Veterans Museum wil

STAR-GAZETTE - 2017-12-15 21:04:34

Two uninjured after Bingham accident

ULYSSES - Tri-Town and Harrison Valley Fire Departments were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at 5:54 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 794 Northern Potter Road in Bingham Township. It was reported on the scanner the drivers of both vehicles sustained injuries, though after further investigation,

WELLSBORO GAZETTE

District votes in new officers

ELKLAND - Northern Tioga School Board members voted to keep Julie Preston as president of the school board at the meeting on Dec. 7. Kim Strausser was voted as vice president. Students of the month for December were recognized at the meeting. Those students included: Caleb Coots, Williamson High Sch

WELLSBORO GAZETTE

'Rolling Hills Radio' To Feature David Michael Miller Almond&Olive, Monday

The 69th episode of "Rolling Hills Radio" will feature live performances by Almond&Olive, pictured, and David Michael Miller with Marla Harris at Shawbucks, 212 W. Second St. in Jamestown, on Monday at 6:30 p.m. Submitted photo "Rolling Hills Radio" will present its listeners with the familiar sound

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State and Union: At one time, getting to WNY was no easy feat

Hinsdale historian Stephen Clute shared an item with us recently, reflecting his interest in old newspaper obituaries, which can tell stories about life in the villages and towns of the Southern Tier. The clipping was an obituary for Mrs. Ida Mathewson Shipman of Ischua (widow of the late Hosea Ship

TIMES-HERALD - 2017-12-16 17:00:00

Embracing the snow, people commemorate fallen soldiers for Wreaths Across America

BATH, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - Amid the freezing temperatures and the snow falling, coating the hills of the national cemetery in Bath, it didn't stop visitors, service members and their families from attending this year's Wreaths Across America. "It shows how much this country honors their service members

WETM - 2017-12-16 23:25:54

Three Steuben County businesses busted for selling alcohol to minors

STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - As a part of a sting operation, titled 'Operation Safe Sales', the Steuben County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with the Steuben Prevention Coalition Underage Drinking Task Force, Village of Bath Police Department, Village of Canisteo Police Department and the Cit

WETM - 2017-12-15 19:11:39

PHOTOS: Winona High Boys Basketball 2017-18

Bradley Winter (15) of Winona fights through Owatanna defense to try and score on Friday night's game. Andrew Thoreson, Winona Daily Ne FacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave Dakota Matthees (32) of Winona scores against Owatanna during Friday night's game in Winona. Andrew Thoreson, Winona Daily Ne Facebook

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 03:28:00

Kurth named Kiwanis Sunrisers of Winona 4-H youth member of the month

Sydney Kurth was recognized as the Kiwanis Sunrisers of Winona 4-H Youth Representative for the month of November. Sydney is the daughter of Lyman and Holly Kurth. She is a member of the Silo Happy Hustlers 4-H Club and a junior at Lewiston-Altura High School. Sydney has served as the Secretary and

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 02:40:00

'We had a lot of fun together': Winona band Driftwood Bones to play last show at Ed's

Starting a band in high school and keeping it together post-graduation is no easy task. In the case of local Winona band Driftwood Bones, it just kind of happened. Elly Williams (vocals/ukulele), Dante DeGrazia (keyboard) and Will Krageschmidt (songwriter/lead guitar) started jamming together their

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 13:00:00

Winona FFA members attend leadership conference

Two members of the Winona FFA Chapter were among 78 FFA Members from Southeast Minnesota to attend the Region 8 Leadership Camp at the Ironwood Christian Ranch near Stewartville on Dec. 1-3. Trentton Denzer and Makenzie Drache attended the camp, which had the theme "The Great Safari," and included l

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 00:26:00

Winona National Bank delivers 'Bears & Blankets' donations

Winona National Bank helped give comfort to those in need, delivering 539 items collected through its annual Bears & Blankets drive. Winona National collected the items from Nov. 24 through Dec. 11 at its three office locations. Employees delivered the items to 12 local organizations, and those orga

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 04:07:00

Winona Amateur Radio Club sponsoring ham radio licensing course

The Winona Amateur Radio Club is sponsoring an amateur radio licensing course to run from Jan. 16, 2018 to March 13, 2018. The course is followed by a license testing session in Winona accepted by the Federal Communication Commission. "Get connected" via ham radio - whether your interest is in emerg

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 03:57:00

Winona Health Eye Care Center welcomes back Laurel Quinn

After several months of being out for a medical issue, Ophthalmologist Laurel Quinn, MD, has returned to the Winona Health Eye Care Center. "Optometrists Scott Pastryk and Stephanie LaLiberte, the Eye Care Center team and the entire Winona Health family are excited to welcome back Dr. Quinn. "We hav

WINONA DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-16 00:38:00

THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1911, 1928 big dates in Winona aviation history

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. A crowd gathered quickly at the levee on that memorable Oct. 17, 1911. As the minutes ticked by, men women and children anxiously scanned the sky and talked excitedly about the event to come. Business houses close th

WINONA DAILY NEWS

Logan man says couple stole from him

A Logan County man who allowed a man and woman into his house reported that money was missing from his home after the pair left. The elderly male resident answered his door Wednesday and encountered a white male who said he needed to use the phone because his car had broken down, according to the Le

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-15 14:00:00

Logan murder suspect to have competency hearing

RUSSELLVILLE - A man accused of shooting a Russellville woman in front of several children made his first court appearance Thursday. Demetrius Ulysses Roberson, 23, formerly of Bowling Green, was arraigned in Logan Circuit Court on charges of murder, attempted murder, first-degree robbery, convicted

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-15 15:00:00

Ashley Reesy's 1st grade class

The JA Classroom of the Week is Ashley Reesy's 1st-grade class at Rockfield Elementary School. Her class was led by JA Volunteer Kelly Meredith who is a Ready to Work Coordinator at SKYCTC. The 1st grade Junior Achievement program is titled "JA Our Families" and it focuses on explaining how family m

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OH officials pleasedwith Healthplex reception

This has been a busy week for Owensboro Health. The health system hosted open houses at three new Healthplexes in Powderly, Madisonville and Henderson. The three facilities, which cost a combined $65 million, are set to open for business on Jan. 8. This week was the public's chance for a sneak peek.

OWENSBORO MESSENGER-INQUIRER - 2017-12-15 06:00:00