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Bassett Receives Statewide Quality Award
By:  Staff
Bassett Medical Center is awarded for the second year in a row by the Healthcare Association of New York State
The Pinnacle Award for Quality & Patient Safety is given to organizations that are playing a leading role in promoting improvements in healthcare delivery in New York …
Suspected Drug Dealer Arrested
By: Staff
A suspected drug dealer from Ulster County out on parole was arrested Wednesday for selling drugs and leading police on a pursuit.
Police say Joseph VanLeuvan, of Big Indian, sold heroin and cocaine to a confidential informant in Fleischmanns and when officers tried to take him into custody …
National Endowment for the Arts Funding for New York
By: Staff
U.S. Senators Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced over $16.5 million in federal funding is coming to New York through the National Endowment for the Arts.
This funding will support nearly 550 NEA projects around New York State in the arts and humanities...
Big Chuck Gets His Zaner-Bloser Pen Back After 60 Years!
Well, the day finally arrived.
John Winkler, a Vice-President of Sales for the Zaner-Bloser Company, flew from Columbus, Ohio (company headquarters) to Scranton and then drove up this morning to give Big Chuck his new Zaner-Bloser pen, just like the one he lost in 1959...
Big Chuck got a BIG surprise in an email yesterday! WOW!
Recently, Big Chuck and Leslie Ann were reminiscing about taking penmanship classes when they were in elementary school.  Big Chuck remembers his favorite Zaner-Bloser pen and how it helped him become a writer.  He lost his Zaner-Bloser pen more than 50 years ago...
Troop C Remembers Those Who Have Fallen
A ceremony to commemorate NYS Troopers who have fallen in the line of duty was held Thursday at Troop C headquarters in Sidney.  The main address was by Major James Barnes.  Many family members were on hand to show support.  A memorial wreath was lplaced by the family of retired Troop…
Cooperstown School Requests Police Presence Due To Threat
There will be an increased police presence again today at Cooperstown Central School as a result of a what school officials are describing as “a non-specific threat of possible physical harm” directed against the CCS administration Wednesday.
Mothers Day Breakfast at Oneonta Elks Club Saturday
Celebrate Mothers Day (a day early) by taking Mom to the Mothers Day Breakfast Buffet at the Oneonta Elks Lodge.  The event is Saturday, May 13 from 8:30 AM to noon.  The menu includes pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs, home fries, sausage gravy, biscuits and more...

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