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News of Otsego County

This Week

This Week — June 3, 2021

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

June 3, 2021

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Rep. Antonio Delgado samples a chocolate-flavored whiskey at the Cooperstown Distillery during a tour Thursday, May 27. Get the full story in this week’s edition of The Freeman’s Journal and Hometown Oneonta.

FRONT PAGE

Education company seeks to fill camp void

AllOtsego people: Milford graduate helping with pandemic relief in Nepal

Cooperstown & Around

City of the Hills

Tour Time

Cooperstown Deputy Mayor Cindy Falk, left, and Otsego 2000 Executive Director Ellen Pope, to Falk’s left, talk about the architecture of an 1800s Federal-style house at 30 Lake St. in Cooperstown, which is known as the oldest corner of the village. The two women gave an architectural tour in the village Monday, May 31, sponsored by Otsego 2000 and the Cooperstown Graduate Program, where Falk is a professor. About 60 people were on two 90-minute trolley tours through the village Monday afternoon. Falk said a similar tour of Oneonta will take place sometime in the future. (Greg Klein/AllOTSEGO.com)

Inside The Paper

Student News

Sports

Outlaws to return for 2021, home opener June 4

From state title to college hoops, Lambert looks for his shot

Perspectives

The Old Badger: Automobiles led to the last of the Mohican

LGBTQ+ rights are still fragile

LETTERS

Editors Policy

New York must address rural EMS issues before a crisis occurs

COLUMNS

BERKSON: Whistling with my fingers, thinking of songs

History Columns

Bound Volumes: June 3, 2021

Hometown History: June 3, 2021

OBITUARIES

Major Richard (Dick) Bratton

Joseph S. Harris

Summer Dreams

Keith Haring: Radiant Vision

Best Bets

Staff Dining Picks

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THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Oct. 29-30, 2020

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

EXCLUSIVE: Dennis Craig, SUNY Oneonta’s new interim president, had an instinct for readiness, forming a disaster-preparedness committee on arriving at SUNY Purchase as a vice president in 2006. He discusses lessons learned in his successful effort to keep COVID cases there to 25, and how to apply them to the Oneonta campus in an exclusive interview. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

PROFILE: SUNY Oneonta’s New President

Facing Cluster, Hartwick Confines Students

75-Guest Wedding Yields 19 COVID Cases

Many Local People Casting Ballots Early

Cooperstown Recruits New Village Clerk

Stamford Priest Assigned To Cooperstown

ENDORSEMENTS

Oberacker, Senate; Buttermann, Assembly

Delgado Invincible, Earns Second Term

What Happens After Presidential Election

LETTERS

STERNBERG: Delgado Kept His Promises

ROWLEY: If ‘Safe Act’ Is Flawed, Change It

NORTHRUP: Limit Public Poles To Old Glory

ANDERSON:  At Stake Nov. 3, Flawed, Free U.S.

BROCKWAY: Guns Needed To Protect Families

COLUMNS

OSTERHOUDT: Living With The ‘N-Word’

Sidebar: Black Police Officer Assesses BLM

AllOTSEGO.life

Whartons’ 33-Year Legacy At End

Jerry Jeff Walker, Oneonta Original

HISTORY COLUMNS

HOMETOWN HISTORY, Oct. 30, 2020 

BOUND VOLUMES, Oct. 29, 2020

OBITUARIES

Paul Robinson, 79, Marine, Oneonta Alderman

Angelina Koury, 90; Husband, 3 Sons Survive

Douglas Sternberg, 64; Dentist, Doctor’s Brother

Gebrail Abou Zeidan, 85; Doctor’s Father

THIS WEEK, Oct. 22-23, 2020

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Oct. 22-23, 2020

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

With Brooks BBQ new “pick-it-up, take-it-in” regimen about to begin, Amanda Calkins, left, and Danielle Dalton, both of Oneonta, take an order from Laura Page of Cooperstown at one of three takeout windows Brooks has added to handle COVID-era demand at the Oneonta landmark. In addition to have customers bring their own dinners into the diningroom, Brooks for the first time is offering beer and wine to the drink menu.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

Bail-Free, 2 Defendants Skip Their Trials

Councilman Questions ‘Savagery’ On Plaque

New SUNY Oneonta President Succeeds Morris

Oneonta Mayor Vetoes Mask-Mandate Law

Trio Deny There’s Any Thin ‘Blue Line’ Dispute

Master Gardeners Plan Cooperstown Upgrade

ELECTIONS 2020

BARBER: If Elected, He’ll Be Sole Farmer Senator

OBERACKER: Business, Government Experience

SALKA:  Overcoming Hard Knocks, He Succeeds

BUTTERMAN: Vision Of Future Excites Him

EDITORIAL

In Oneonta, Town Needs Gown, Vice Versa

LETTERS

WHELAN: Oath Taken To Obey State Laws

deBLIECK: Oath Taken To Protect Constitution

GOODYEAR: He Plans Chuck Schneider Tribute

KAVANAGH: Trump Fired Many; Now, Fire Him

COLUMNS

STERNBERG: Deal With Both Sides Of COVID

ERNA: Fear Retirement, But Do It Anyway

AllOTSEGO.life

In COVID Era, Brooks BBQ Invents Self

HORRORS! Scarey Movies Delight Director

HISTORY COLUMNS

HOMETOWN HISTORY, Oct. 23, 2020 

BOUND VOLUMES, Oct. 22, 2020

OBITUARIES

Darlene Rose Munson, 69, Of Hardware Family

Victor Salvatore Jr., 98; Dispelled Baseball Myth

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THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Sept. 24-25, 2020

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

You may see Kay Pierro riding around Cooperstown with a “Riding With Ruth” decal on her SUV, in remembrance of Supreme Court Justice (and annual Glimmerglass Festival visitor) Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday, Sept. 18.  Kay was the judge’s cook, then her friend. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Otsego County

SQSPCA Declares War On ‘Puppy Mills’

Tied, Benton, Robbins Face Sept. 29 Runoff

Plan Fixes Oneonta Deck, Razes Eyesore

ENOUGH! SUNY-O Infections Irk Chancellor

Bassett CEO Promotes 5, Firms Up Plan

EDITORIALS

Revive County Historian, Revive Economy

COLUMNS

ZAMBELLO: On Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Opera

STERNBERG: Tragedy Proves COVID No Hoax

BENNETT: Praising Judge Ginsburg, Except

deBLIECK: More Than Ever, People Need Guns

BERKSON: Man Socks Rooster

LETTERS

PIETRAFACE: No SUNY Campus Mandated Tests

FRANCIS: Stone Slab Steps In Our Winters?

POLITICAL LETTERS

SMITH: Robbins Has Brains, Courage, Kindness

HAGE: Mary-Margaret Would Let All Be Heard

FALK: Village Needs Younger Voices, Like Benton’s

WALLER: Former Mayor Backs Robbins’ Bid

NORTHRUP: Robbins Like GOP Of Yesteryear

STERNBERG: Without Mac, Trustees Average 65

MacMILLAN: Robbins Offers Fresh Outlook

AllOTSEGO.life

Tool Collector Has 1,000 Axes To Grind

Indiana Town Remembers Richfield USDA Chief

HISTORY COLUMNS

HOMETOWN HISTORY, Sept 24, 2020 

BOUND VOLUMES, Sept 25, 2020 

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