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Collier Family Adding To 75 Regatta Finishes

55TH CLINTON RACE UNDERWAY Collier Family Adding To 75 Regatta Finishes The Cooperstown Colliers today are looking to add to the family’s tally of 75 finishes since 1979 in the annual General Clinton Canoe Regatta, underway today for the 55th year from Brookwood Point on Otsego Lake down the Susquehanna River to Bainbridge.  And not just dad Steve Collier with daughter Jessica, seen above passing Council Rock at the river’s source.  At Council Rock Park in Cooperstown, mom Evelyn, in…

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Flood Waters Down in Unadilla

Flood Waters Down In Unadilla UNADILLA –  Though the floodwaters have receded to under 10 feet, a flood warning remains in effect until Saturday afternoon at Unadilla. Flood stage is considered at 11 feet, and the river is reportedly just under 10 feet as of 5 p.m.. The National Weather Service predicted minor flooding between Main Street and River Road, and drivers are advised not to drive across flooded bridges or roads.…

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Universally Accessible Boat Launch On Susquehanna Christened Today

Universally Accessible Boat Launch On Susquehanna Christened Today PORTLANDVILLE – State Sen. Jim Seward, R-Milford, today joined officials with the Goodyear Lake Association, state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), and the Otsego County Conservation Association (OCCA) to detail improvements at the universally accessible, enhanced cartop boat launch site along the Susquehanna River. “Canoeists, kayakers, and others have always enjoyed paddling on Goodyear Lake and the Susquehanna River, and I was pleased to partner with local and state officials to develop…

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As Susquehanna’s Source, Pure Water Matters Here Most

As Susquehanna’s Source, Pure Water Matters Here Most By SANDRA VITTI & LARRY BENNETT Edition of Thursday-Friday Nov. 13-14 The Susquehanna River is the longest river in the East, providing drinking water to millions of people and a place for residents across multiple states to boat, swim and fish. What’s more, Cherry Valley Creek, Moss Pond and other local waterways help support dozens upon dozens of small businesses that help New Yorkers use and explore their waterways. Brewery Ommegang, for…