PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Yuliah Johnson, a senior at Oneonta High School, drives a kick ball during a game with her classmates on the turf Friday, May 7. (Korey Rowe/AllOTSEGO.com)
Otsego preps for hiring new administrator
Tourism promoter: Focus different for 2021
Cooperstown & Around
City of the Hills
Inside The Paper
Duo sentenced for series of gas station robberies
Schools face budget votes Tuesday; prepare for graduations
Community Foundation announces $2 million fund, initial campaign success
Master Gardeners to return May 29
Cooperstown couple wins recognition for care of senior citizens at center
The mist steams off of the water in Colliersville near state Route 7 on Friday, May 7. (Korey Rowe/AllOTSEGO.com)
Coop’s bats too much for Oneonta in softball
Unatego’s Couperthwait pitches no-hitter vs UV/GMU
Roundup: Hawkeye staff no hits Herkimer; Milford wins softball opener
The question is not why, but why would you not cover sports?
Hatred of Asians isn’t new, but support helps
Views Around New York
Rainy Day Runoff
Heavy rains in the area have caused even the smallest streams to become ferocious waterways as seen at this unnamed creek off Evening Inn Road just outside of Oneonta on Friday, May 7. (Korey Rowe/AllOTSEGO.com)
NORTHRUP: Proposed apartments better than existing eyesores
Bound Volumes: May 13, 2021
Hometown History: May 13, 2021
Pandemic Proof? Canoe & Kayak plans expansion
Puppet theater to return to Oneonta
The Dog Charmer
A robin feeds its two recently hatched chicks in a backyard gazebo near River Street in Oneonta. American robin hatchlings typically take about two weeks before they fledge and are ready to leave the nest. (Jacob Forster Rothbart/AllOTSEGO.com)
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Richard M. Rumenapp
Charles W. Holcomb
ONEONTA – Olive Virginia LeDene Engelman, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend, passed peacefully from this life on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016.
Her life was a rich one, filled with love from her husband, Peter, her children Peter, Paul and Susan, and their respective families (Karyn, Kyle and Claire, and Vicki, Jeremiah, Jessica and Jennifer).
Olive began her life on June 6, 1927, on Long Island, graduated from Adelphi University with a BS in nursing, and served in the Army Cadet Nursing Corp in World War II.