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CORONAVIRUS REPORTED AT AUCTION BARN

CORONAVIRUS

REPORTED AT

AUCTION BARN

Mask-Less Out-Of-County Bidder

Has Turned Up With Coronavirus

An out-of-county individual not wearing a mask at the May 16 Unadilla Auction sale has been reported with coronavirus. (Unadilla Auction photo)

UNADILLA – People who attended last Saturday’s sale (May 16) at the Unadilla Livestock Auction may have been exposed to coronavirus and should self-monitor for symptoms through Saturday, May 30, the county Health Department announced this afternoon.

Anyone who was there and is experiencing fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, nausea/vomiting, and sudden loss of the sense of taste or smell should contact their doctor or call the COVID-19 Hotline (607-547-5555) or the health department (607-547-4316)

Absentee Ballot Count Affirms Richfield Tally

2019 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY

Absentee Ballot Count

Affirms Palevsky’s Win

Palevsky

COOPERSTOWN – The absentee ballot count affirms the Town of Richfield votes of June 25, the day of the Republican primary there.

The final count has Nick Palevsky with 179, defeating David Simonds, 168, to succeed Town Supervisor Paul Palumbo when he retires at the end of the year.

It also confirms Fred Eckler with 225 and Edward Bello with 208, knocking incumbent Kane Seamon, with 168, off the Republican ballot.

Josh Edmonds Builds House Of The Future

EXCLUSIVE IN THIS WEEK’S PAPERS

Josh Edmonds Builds

House Of The Future

You may have been observing Coopertown’s first new house in six years rising art the corner of Delaware and Walnut. It turns out Simple Integrity’s Josh Edmonds is building a home that will cost only $254 a year to heat, he may have looked at some bungalow house plans as it is unlikely to heat an entire house for that amount, we’ll have to wait and see. Take a tour of the futuristic house in this week’s Hometown Oneonta and Freeman’s Journal. Also, maybe it’s a good thing marijuana legalization is stalled in Albany, because today’s pot isn’t your grandfather’s pot: It’s much more potent and dangerous. See this week’s editorial on Page A4
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