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POLITICAL LETTERS

POLITICAL LETTERS

Editor’s Note: Due to the large number of Letters to the Editor of Hometown Oneonta and The Freeman’s Journal, all that didn’t make it into this week’s print editions will be published on www.AllOTSEGO.com before Election Day, next Tuesday, Nov. 7.  The polls will be open from 6 a.m.-9 p.m.  Click here for sample ballots.  This is the first round, with more to follow.

KUZMINSKI: Vote For Democratic Slate

GEDDES-ATWELL: Vote Party, Not Person

WILBER:  Walker Disciplined, Experienced

HENRICI:  Marietta Brings Wisdom, Humor

(MORE TO FOLLOW TOMORROW)

Historian Bissell Tells Oneonta Story Through Tours Of Earliest Cemetery

Historian Bissell Tells Oneonta Story

Through Tours Of Earliest Cemetery

Oneonta's Riverside Cemetery, behind the First Presbyterian Church, is eternal home to most of Oneonta's First Families.
Oneonta’s Riverside Cemetery, behind the First Presbyterian Church, is eternal home to most of Oneonta’s First Families.

ONEONTA – Visit the gravesites of E. R. Ford, the Wilbers and Huntingtons and learn about Oneonta’s First Families.

Lynn Bissell, local historian and member of the Greater Oneonta Historical Society, is reprising his tours of historic city cemeteries:

  • This Wednesday, beginning at 7 p.m., behind the First Presbyterian Church, 269 Main St., Bissell will tell the story of early Oneonta through the stories of early families while touring the Riverside Cemetery there.

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