This Week — 05-23-19

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

May 23-24, 2019

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

The Miller family, Town of Pittsfield, stands in front of their home gutted in a May 13 fire. Fleeing together to safety that night were dad Richard and chlldren Brandon, 14, Hunter, 10, and Izabella, 8.  It was the family’s second tragedy in three months:  In February, the mother of the family, Sharron Miller, 38, died of cancer.  A gofundme campaign for the Millers is underway; click here to contribute.  (Jennifer Hill/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

One Dead, Deputy Breaks Legs In Head-On

Onaquaga Found: Buzz Hesse Dream Achieved

Onaquaga Found: General Clinton Didn’t Raze It

All Lost, But Pittsfield Family Together After Fire

Oneonta Voters OK School Budget, 2 To 1

Cooperstown School Budget Passes Easily

EDITORIAL 

Delgado Elevates Mother’s Love In Colgate Speech

COLUMNS

DELGADO AT COLGATE: ‘Love Conquers All’

ZAGATA: Grid Mixes Good, Bad, Ugly Electrons

BBJN.COM: If Johnson City, Why Not Coop?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

HULSE: Main St. In Trouble, Housing In Demand

ELLSWORTH: Trustees Should Help, Not Hinder

HUNTSMAN, KJOLHEDE: Methodist Pray Peacefully

HEWLETT: Force No One To Take Psychiatric Drugs

HISTORY COLUMNS

BOUND VOLUMES: May 23, 2019

HOMETOWN HISTORY: May 24, 2019

ALLOTSEGO.life

MEMORIAL DAY: Mission In Tokyo Bay

Exhibit Dramatizes Once (Future?) Theater

LIBBY’S BEST BETS: Classic, Regatta, More

IN MEMORIAM

Allen Walmsley, 73; Vietnam Vet, Reinhardt Retiree

James Carter, 80; Retired Salesman, Boy Scout Exec

Robert W. Coffey, 73; Vietnam Veteran, Truck Driver

Robert Tracy, 71; Award-Winning Springfield Farmer

Jean Huntington, 86; Wife Of Trolley Line Road Builder

Frances J. Marriott, 96; Grew Up With 12 Siblings

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO

ISSUU ONLINE EDITIONS

 


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