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TIME OF TRANSITION — front pages

TIME OF TRANSITION

Cooperstown General Store Closes,

Ommegang Turns 20, Much More

The Cooperstown General Store is closing as CVS is about to move out of the downtown. Tom Rathbone is retiring from SUNY Oneonta after overseeing $140 million in renovations over the Kleniewski Era. Famed Oneonta novelist George Booker wins the $66,000 Man Booker Prize. And, revisit the day America’s foremost Nazi spoke at Old Main. And much more in Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, on newsstands this afternoon.
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Exclusive Stories Abound In Your Local Newspapers

Exclusive Stories Abound

In Your Local Newspapers

Friends and readers, you’re in for a treat this week, with Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal filled with exclusive stories you can’t find anywhere else. Reporter Libby Cudmore takes you to Troop C’s 100th birthday, stroll on Hartwick College’s new Founders’ Way with President Drugovich, review Frances Brooks’ life well lived as she and her husband built one of the county’s most successful enterprises. And there’s much more, on how local vets are coming to grips with NFL players “taking a knee,” to a deer wandering in to Cooperstown’s Price Chopper, to the intricacies of the in-fighting over the town-city fire contract negotiations. All in this week’s Hometown and Freeman’s, on newsstands across Otsego County Wednesday afternoon.  Don’t miss them.

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Otsego County Invited To State Police 100th

Otsego County Invited

To State Police 100th

Birthday Activities Saturday In Sidney

Otsego and other counties in the Troop C territory have been invited to a 100th birthday recognition of the New York State Police from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the barracks in Sidney. Get all the details – from tours to K9 and helicopter demonstrations to McGruff the Crime Dog – in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal. Also, get exclusive coverage of OHS Alumni Weekend in the Hometown, and read about sale of a Cooperstown institution, Spurbeck’s Grocery, in the Freeman’s, and much more. For sale on newsstands this afternoon.
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‘Hidden Figures’ Author Packs Dewar, Inspires Full House

‘Hidden Figures’ Author Fills

Dewar, Inspires Full House

Margot Lee Shetterly, author of the best-selling “Hidden Figures,” which became a movie nominated for three Oscars, told a full house at SUNY Oneonta’s Dewar Arena Monday evening that, raised reading about mammoth figures like Martin Luther King, she wanted to write about characters regular folks could relate to. Exclusive story in this week’s Hometown Oneonta.  In Cooperstown, The Freeman’s Journal reports, the felled downtown flagpole now seems secure for another generation. A Freeman’s Journal exclusive. Both newspapers arrived on local newsstands this afternoon.
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Callahan Murder Trial No Slam Dunk, D.A. Says

Callahan Conviction Was

No Slam Dunk, D.A. Says

Trying a murder case 17 years after the event didn’t guarantee success, Otsego County District Attorney John M. Muehl says in an exclusive interview with Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal. But new information – of a conversation Casey Callahan initiated with friends four months before the slaying of his wife, and testimony from the wife’s psychiatrist – were keys to Muehl making his case. Foremost, the prosecutor said, Callahan had talked too much. For details of this story and more, read this week’s Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta, on newsstands this afternoon.
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Gavel-to-Gavel Reports On Rare Murder Trial

EXCLUSIVE!

Gavel-to-Gavel Reports

On Rare Murder Trial

Get up to date on the murder trial of a Goodyear Lake man in the 2000 death of his wife through exclusive gavel-to-gavel reporting by our reporters, Parker Fish and Libby Cudmore. Then, continue to follow daily developments at www.AllOTSEGO.com, with updates at midday and after court closes for the day.  Also in this week’s editions of Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, available on newsstands this afternoon, read arguments to Common Council in favor of naming Oneonta a “Recovery Friendly Community,” plus our editorial opinion.  And see exclusive photos from the 150th anniversary celebration at St. Mary’s “Our Lady of the Lake” Catholic Church in Cooperstown.
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Oneonta First ‘Recovery City’? Cooperstown Roadwork Village

Oneonta First ‘Recovery City’?

Cooperstown Roadwork Village

Breaking news: LEAF’s Julie Dostal will be asking Common Council next Tuesday to declare Oneonta a ‘Recovery Community,” a place where everyone pitches in to move their neighbors away from the whole range of addictions.  Meanwhile in Cooperstown, merchants on Pioneer Street are bracing for a 90-day reconstruction of the road, sewerage and water pipes, which will limit their customers’ access.  And much more in The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta, available on newsstands Wednesday afternoon.
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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.
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.
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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