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Memorial For Dick Miller Studied; Opt-Out Leaders Eyeing CCS Board

Memorial For Dick Miller Studied;

Opt-Out Leaders Eyeing CCS Board

The task force appointed by Common Council to propose a suitable memorial for Oneonta Mayor Dick Miller has begun its deliberations, Hometown Oneonta reports.  Meanwhile in Cooperstown, opt-out leader Kim Jastremski is supporting anti-Common Core candidates in the May 19 CCS board elections, as detailed in this week's Freeman's Journal.
The task force appointed by Common Council to propose a suitable memorial for Oneonta Mayor Dick Miller has begun its deliberations, Hometown Oneonta reports. Meanwhile in Cooperstown, opt-out leader Kim Jastremski is supporting anti-Common Core candidates in the May 19 CCS board elections, as detailed in this week’s Freeman’s Journal.

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Carleigh Bettiol Broadway Bound! Details In This Week’s Newspapers

Carleigh Bettiol Broadway Bound!

Details In This Week’s Newspapers

The energy at the "20 Under 40" recognition reception the other day almost took the roof off.  Participate in the fun through photos in this week's Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman's Journal.  Also, Oneonta's Carleigh Bettiiol has an ensemble role in Broadway-bound "Hamilton," and Cooperstown's Dr. David Borgstrom, surgeon CCS school board president, is off to West Virginia after an eventful decade here.   This, and more, in this week's newspapers, on newsstands this afternoon.
The energy at the “20 Under 40” recognition reception the other day almost took the roof off. Participate in the fun through photos in this week’s Hometown Oneonta & The Freeman’s Journal. Also, Oneonta’s Carleigh Bettiiol has an ensemble role in Broadway-bound “Hamilton,” and Cooperstown’s Dr. David Borgstrom, surgeon CCS school board president, is off to West Virginia after an eventful decade here. This, and more, in this week’s newspapers, on newsstands this afternoon.

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