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This Week, 8 Cases Surface

This Week, 8

Cases Surface

CDC image of the coronavirus

COOPERSTOWN – Eight news cases of coronavirus have been reported locally this week, county Director of Public Health Heidi Board said this afternoon.

That raised the number of active cases in county from 10 to 13.

As of today, there were 105 total cases, up from 99 Monday.  The new total includes the 13, plus 87 who have recovered, and the five deaths experienced since cases first appeared in mid-March.

THIS WEEK, July 25-26, 2019

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

July 25-26, 2019

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Outgoing Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson, between Hall Chairman Jane Forbes Clark and his successor, Tim Mead, was honored with recognition and a plaque during the Awards Presentation Saturday, July 20, in Doubleday Field. Hall of Famers visible behind him are, from left, Brooks Robinson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Mike Mussina. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

INDUCTION 2019: What A Crowd!

Hughes, Venezuelan Teammate Connect

Why Might C-V Ban Farm Animals?

Avanzato Brothers Closing Stella Luna

Parking Issue, Mayor Herzig Walks Walk

Chamber To Honor Sports Center, ISD

EDITORIAL 

No Land For Apartments? Harrumph!

‘Lofts’ May Make Dreams Come True

COLUMNS

KUZMINSKI:  County Has Surplus, Or Deficit?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

HAMMOND: Hospital, Country Going To Dogs

DUNCAN: If Dogs, Why Not Cuddly Rabbits?

ELLSWORTH: 4-Ways Can’t Curb Bad Drivers

SACKETT: Goss Remains ‘Fervent Advocate’

HISTORY COLUMNS

BOUND VOLUMES: July 25, 2019

HOMETOWN HISTORY: July 26, 2019

Summer DREAMS

Escaped Slave’s Narrative Packs FSC

FINE, FUN FOOD: Hot Weather, Hot Wings

THINGS TO DO: Induction Over, Art Scene Thrives

IN MEMORIAM

Bill Naragon, 73; Teacher, Wife Sold Jewelry

Allan Fraser, 55; Dad Fought Cancer 20 Years

Matthew J. Dobler, 54; Fox Maintenance Chief

Millie Jennings, 88; Bassett Switchboard Pioneer

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO

ISSUU ONLINE EDITIONS



Original Painting Up For Auction At Fairy Springs Birthday Party

Original Painting Up For Auction

At Fairy Springs Birthday Party

Artist May-Britt Joyce holds up an original painting of swimmers at the village’s Fairy Spring Park that will be sold at silent auction during 80th anniversary of the park’s opening 7-8:30 p.m. Friday at the East Lake Road facility.  The artist began the painting from a kayak offshore from the park.  The local fun band Hanzolo will perform, and Stewart’s will provide free ice-cream floats.  Public welcome.
Young GOP Chair Bobby Walker Meets Mnuchin At Inauguration

Young GOP Chair Bobby Walker

Meets Mnuchin At Inauguration

Bobby Walker of Cooperstown, chair of the Otsego County Young Republicans, snaps a selfie with Steven Mnuchin, President Trump’s treasury secretary, who he met at Friday’s Inauguration in Washington D.C. (More photos from Walker in upcoming edition of The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta.)
Joe Russo Turns 100 And Wellwishers Cheer

Joe Russo Turns 100

And Wellwishers Cheer

Joe Russo, who has been an anticipated sight for tourists and locals alike in downtown Cooperstown in recent summers, celebrated his 100th birthday with dozens of friends and family members this evening at Cooperstown’s Thanksgiving Home. Here he cuts his birthday cake as, behind him, his daughter Carmel Santoro, Guilford, Conn., and his son Vinnie and his wife Joan look on. Russo, who retired from the New York Times’ circulation department after a long career, can usually be found between Memorial Day and Labor Day on the bench in front of Mickey’s Place, his son’s baseball store at the corner of Main and Pioneer, greeting passersby. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)
CCS Picks Good Sports In Winter Competition

CCS Picks Good Sports

In Winter Competition

Cooperstown High School Principal Mike Cring has chosen Sportsmanship Award winners for winter sports. Front row, from left, are Lauren Lionetti, cheerleading; Abby Ford, modified girls basketball; Maggie Schuermann, varsity girls basketball; Tess DiLorenzo, modified volleyball; Matilda Francis, JV volleyball; Amber Genova, varsity volleyball; Faith Logue, modified girls basketball; and Kate Trosset, girls JV basketball. Back row, from left, Ryan Lansing, modified boys basketball; Skyler Taylor, bowling; Keith Barlow, JV boys basketball; Chad Carr, boys varsity basektball; Will Harloff, boys swimming; Logan Kantor, modified wrewstling. Missing from the photo was Jasmine Martinez, wrestling. (AllOTSEGO.com photo)
Cooperstown High School Principal Mike Cring has chosen Sportsmanship Award winners for winter sports. Front row, from left, are Lauren Lionetti, cheerleading; Abby Ford, modified girls basketball; Maggie Schuermann, varsity girls basketball; Tess DiLorenzo, modified volleyball; Matilda Francis, JV volleyball; Amber Genova, varsity volleyball; Faith Logue, modified girls basketball, and Kate Trosset, girls JV basketball. Back row, from left, Ryan Lansing, modified boys basketball; Skyler Taylor, bowling; Keith Barlow, JV boys basketball; Chad Carr, boys varsity basketball; Will Harloff, boys swimming, and Logan Kantor, modified wrestling. Missing from the photo was Jasmine Martinez, wrestling. (AllOTSEGO.com photo)
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