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EXCLUSIVE! Centers Health Care Ups Daily Rate To $510 Rissberger Op-Ed: Move OH-Fest From Neahwa Tillapaugh Op-Ed: County Needs Cooperstown Oneonta Luxury Apartments Already Filled Memorial Day: 7 Brothers Served, Survived Rotarians’ County Convention Raised $250K
EXCLUSIVE! $5M Due For Doubleday Field Upgrade Volunteers Reopen Oneonta Bike Trails SUNY Oneonta Takes Lead On Artspace Morris Veteran In NY Senate Hall Of Fame Hometown: SUNY Graduation Picture Page Freeman’s: CCS Senior Prom Picture Page Exclusive Editorial, Columns, Letters To Ed
EXCLUSIVE! Farm Credit East Brings 40 Jobs Here No Action At Oneonta Hotel Deadline Cooperstown Landmark Sold To Mel’s County Ethics Board Again In Limbo PLUS: Remembrance Of Lloyd Baker

EXCLUSIVE!

Farm Credit East Brings 40 Jobs Here

No Action At Oneonta Hotel Deadline

Cooperstown Landmark Sold To Mel’s

County Ethics Board Again In Limbo

PLUS: Remembrance Of Lloyd Baker

Weekly exclusive reports underscore: to know what’s going on, read Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman’s Journal. Also, for editorials on local issues, insightful columns from across the political spectrum, and feature stories that reveal the fun side of Otsego County. Available this afternoon on newsstands throughout the county.
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EXCLUSIVE articles in Hometown, Freeman’s

EXCLUSIVE!

Details On County Suing Big Pharma

Hesse’s Archaeology Museum Complete

Fenimore, Boston’s MFA To Collaborate

State Names Springbrook Hub Of Care

CSO Founding Conductor Says Goodbye

Oneonta Company Enters Bat Business

As usual, Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman’s Journal are filled with exclusive local news stories.  Plus opinion:  Learn how you can enlist in the Trade War on the U.S. behalf.  This week’s editions are available this afternoon at newsstands around Otsego County.
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EXCLUSIVE NEWS!

EXCLUSIVE!

Breakthrough Regarding Sheriff’s Son

Coopertown’s Casale Runs Top Campaign

2 Accused Priests Had Served In County

NYSEG Abandons Gas Pipeline Upgrade

For exclusive local news reports, local opinion and local photos, pick up this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands across the county this afternoon.
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Oneonta Mayor’s Vision, And Cooperstown Mayor’s

Oneonta Mayor’s Vision,

And Cooperstown Mayor’s

Oneonta Mayor Herzig continues to develop his vision for his city, and latest idea being a “grand entrance” from South Market into Neahwa Park. Meanwhile, Cooperstown Mayor Katz bids farewell, and details how much of his vision has come true in his six-year tenure. Also, details on The Fenimore Art Museum’s summer season, which opens this Saturday.  Pick up The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta this afternoon at newsstands around Otsego County.
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WOMEN RULE In Cooperstown, Ellen Tillapaugh Mayor; In Oneonta, 3 Trailblazers, Sivers Lauded

WOMEN RULE

In Cooperstown, Ellen Tillapaugh Mayor;

In Oneonta, 3 Trailblazers, Sivers Lauded

Women are on the ascendancy in Otsego County, judging from this week’s front pages. In Cooperstown, Trustee Ellen Tillapaugh was elected mayor, the second woman to hold that position. In Oneonta, Rachel Lutz Jessup and two other women received the city Human Rights Commission’s annual Trailblazer Awards, plus departing commission member and First UM Pastor Teressa Sivers was honored. All this and more in this week’s Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta, on newsstands across Otsego County.
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Another Local Candidate For Congress, Much More

Another Local Candidate

For Congress, Much More

A second Otsego County candidate, Erin Collier of Cooperstown, has announced she is challenging U.S. Rep. John Faso, R-Kinderhook, this year. The first local candidate, Sue Sullivan, dropped out late last year after she found she was unable to raise sufficient money. Read about Collier, the GOP endorsement of Sheriff Devlin, a celebrated Maine brewer’s return to his hometown of Oneonta, and much more, in this week’s Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta, on local newsstands this afternoon.
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Parkland Dominates Local Conversations

Parkland Dominates

Local Conversations

Cooperstown’s Bill Crankshaw, Oneonta’s Joe Yelich and four other local school superintendents gathered to discuss the Parkland shootings, and found they agreed with the idea of hiring school-resource officers to protect local pupils; Senator Seward and Sheriff Devlin appear to be aboard, too. Meanwhile, it seems fear of school shootings will play a role in this fall’s sheriff’s race, plus letters on the topic dominated our editorial pages. All this and more in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands this afternoon.
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How Does Jumping Into Icy Goodyear Lake Feel?

How Does Jumping Into

Icy Goodyear Lake Feel?

Haven’t you asked yourself that question? This year, reporter Parker Fish took one for the team, taking part in the Goodyear Lake Polar Bear Jump and returning safely to share his experience with the rest of us landlubbers. Also in this week’s Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman’s Journal, Managing Editor Libby Cudmore and her husband, photographer Ian Austin, took a side trip to Oneonta Falls during a trip to Portland, Ore., expecting a pristine vista; instead, they found 42,000 charred acres that burned last September. Read their report from the scene. And much more exclusive material in the week’s newspapers, on newsstands this afternoon.
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