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The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

April 21, 2022


Just … No!

Monday night’s surprise ‘Noreaster was on no one’s wish list and it left a lot of damage throughout Otsego County leaving more than 18,000 without electricity. With outages lasting up to 72 hours, the county’s Office of Emergency Services opened two emergency shelters and prepared dry ice and water distribution centers. On Chestnut Street in the Village of Cooperstown, employees had an early start to their Tuesday morning. “We came in around 4 a.m. There was so much snow and so many trees and branches down, that’s all we’ve been dealing with,” said Lloyd Stillson, left. “It looks like we will be picking up branches and moving snow for the rest of the day,” added Tylar Thayer, right.


YMCA’s summer programming on track, but ‘different’ this year

Dedication, invention, perseverance lead to a surprising, happy ending for the Fenimore Cooper murals

Inside The Paper

Roots of suffrage topic of talk

Cooperstown salutes Stephen Sondheim with “Hawkeye Revue”



‘The Big Need’



Saving Main Street USA


Bound Volumes: April 21, 2022


Helen T. Rittlinger

George William Dieball


Happenin’ Otsego



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