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Fireman’s Carnival Ends Tonight With Parade, Midway and Music

Fireman’s Carnival Ends Tonight

With Parade, Midway and Music

Above, Paul Neske, Captain of the Schenevus Fire Department, begins cleaning off the front of one of their engines with head of EMS (and past Chief) Don Sperbeck in preparation for the Fireman’s Carnival parade that will kick off tonight’s festivities. At right, Heather Hunter and Rose Lombardo, Schenevus, place their tickets in bags during the Chinese Auction earlier this afternoon to benefit the Schenevus and Maryland Fire Departments.  Tonight’s entertainment includesa parade at 6pm, followed by live music from Off The Record, a chicken BBQ, BINGO, and a Midway full of games and rides for the whole family. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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SLIDE SHOW: Prayers of Solidarity

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OF SERVICE AFTER CHURCH FIRE 

Prayers of Solidarity

Mom Logan Schultes, now living in Otego, was raised in the Milford United Methodist congregation, and brought her family to this morning service in the wake of last Sunday’s fire. With her is husband Philip, dad Lorin Campbell, and daughters Macie, 9 months, and Cellie, 2 1/2. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

HEADS UP: Zephyr Teachout,

HEADS UP: Zephyr Teachout, Democratic candidate for Congress from Otsego County and the 19th District, will be meeting voters at 2:45 p.m. Saturday at Dobler’s Brewery & Tavern in Mount Vision.

Hamdi Ulukaya Distributes 10% Of Chobani Stock To Employees

Hamdi Ulukaya Distributes 10%

Of Chobani Stock To Employees

Some May Become Millionaires, New York Times Reports
Hamdi Ulukaya four years ago at his New Berllin plant. (AllOTSEGO.com)
Hamdi Ulukaya four years ago at his New Berllin plant. (AllOTSEGO.com)

NEW BERLIN — The 2,000 full-time employees of the yogurt company Chobani were handed quite the surprise on Tuesday: an ownership stake that could make some of them millionaires, the New York Times is reporting.

Hamdi Ulukaya, the Turkish immigrant who founded Chobani in 2005, told workers at the company’s plant here in upstate New York that he would be giving them shares worth up to 10 percent of the company when it goes public or is sold … continue to full story

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