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11-Year-Old’s Murder Has County Reeling

11-Year-Old’s Murder

Has County Reeling

Revelations in the murder of 11-year-old Morris girl continue to surface. Get up to date in this week’s Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta, and follow day-to-day developments on www.AllOTSEGO.com. Hometown and The Freeman’s are on newsstands through Otsego County Wednesday afternoons.
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At Induction, Lots Of Fun – And Lots Of Security, Too

At Induction, Lots Of Fun

– And Lots Of Security, Too

Oneontans and Cooperstown folks at this year’s Hall of Fame Induction may be interested in knowing what all the police security was about: Find out in this week’s Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta. Also, see how many of your friends you see on the “Otsego County at Induction” photo page. That’s not all: SUNY Oneonta’s Biological Field Station is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary, and Director Bill Harman said Otsego Lake’s degredation has been halted. Both newspapers on newsstands now.
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INDUCTION IS HERE! But There’s Much More

INDUCTION IS HERE!

But There’s Much More

In this week’s “Induction 2017” Special Edition, get an inside look at former MLB Commissioner Bud Selig, who will be inducted, and Rachel Robinson, widow of the legendary player who broke the MLB color line, who will receive the Buck O’Neil Award, two highlights of the weekend’s activities. But there’s much more: Court papers give an in-depth look at why a retired Otsego County undersheriff took 73 firearms home that should have been destroyed, and why he escaped without jail time. And reporter Libby Cudmore and photographer Ian Austin tour Damaschke Field, learning why Outlaws owner Gary Laing believes the grandstand must. This and much more in Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands this afternoon.
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Relive ‘Fenimore On Ice’, Weekend With Olympians

Revisit ‘Fenimore On Ice’

With Dorothy Hamill, More

Skating fans and the curious from around Otsego County were drawn to The Fenimore and Farmers’ museums over the weekend to meet Olympic Gold Medalists Dorothy Hamill, Dick Button and JoJo Starbuck, and watch Ice Dance International perform on Glice, an artificial rink. The weekend was a highpoint of the museum’s season, which features “The Art of Figure Skating Through the Ages: The Dick Button Collection,” a first-time display that runs through Dec. 31. If you missed it, numerous photos and Libby Cudmore’s report in this week’s Freeman’s Journal & Hometown Oneonta – on newsstands this afternoon – will take you there.
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Arson, Politics, Skating Highlight News Of Week

Arson, Politics, Skating

Highlight News Of Week

Arson at the Milford United Methodist Church, Republicans and Democrats fielding full slates for the Nov. 7 county board elections, and much more – it was quite a week for news. This weekend, Dorothy Hammill and other skating superstars will be at The Fenimore and Farmers’ museums.  Read all about it in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands this afternoon.
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Celebrate ’17 Graduates In This Week’s Papers

Celebrate ’17 Graduates

In This Week’s Papers

Celebrate Oneonta and Cooperstown high school graduates with five pages of photos and congratulations in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, and there’s so much more. The newspapers will be on newsstands Wednesday afternoon.
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With Mathes Going, Now What? This Week, Question Explored

As Mathes Goes, Now What?

This Week, Question Explored

With the county’s economic developer, Otsego Now CEO Sandy Mathes, departing at summer’s end,, the question is, now what? Question explored in Hometown Oneonta and Freeman’s Journal this week, on newsstands this afternoon.
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Are Compressed-Gas Trucks Anything To Worry About?

Are Compressed-Gas Trucks

Anything To Worry About?

If you’ve seen trucks marked “XNG, Extra Natural Gas,” going up and down your road in recent weeks, it may be travelling between a well in the fracking district in Northeastern Pennsylvania and a processing plant in Little Falls. Anti-fracking activists are concerned what they call “bomb trucks” may represent a danger to towns and drivers along the route through Otsego County. Read this week’s exclusive report in Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands this afternoon.  Also, from the Hall of Fame Classic to the General Clinton Canoe Regatta, there are a ton of activities this weekend.  Let our Happenin’ Otsego calendar help you plan what to do.
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New Oneonta Manager; New Cooperstown Virus

New Oneonta Manager;

New Cooperstown Virus

With much enthusiasm, Oneonta Common Council unanimously voted to hire George Korthauer, a city manager with 25 years’ experience in Petoskey, Mich., as its chief executive. Meanwhile, a computer virus shut down Otsego County government’s communications before it was foiled by the IT Department. And much more … in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands today.
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Learn Who May Be Next Congressman

Learn Who May Be

Next Congressman

Exclusively in Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman’s Journal, read about who may be Otsego County’s next congressmen. Six contenders for the Democratic nod to run against U.S. Rep. John Faso, R-19, in November 2018 met with 80 of the party faithful at Oneonta’s Sixth Ward Athletic Club Sunday afternoon. Ours was the only reporter there. And there’s much more, from a quickly staged celebration of the Oneonta Post Office’s 200th anniversary, to reporting on the last meeting of the 95-year-old Cooperstown Women’s Club. Both papers on newsstands this afternoon.
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