THIS WEEK — 08-19-21


The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

August 19, 2021


Above: Sunday’s event featured six former MLB players and about 75 residents of Pathfinder Village in Edmeston. Below: Former Montreal pitcher David Palmer and a group of Pathfinder residents and employees cheer on an unidentified resident at a skills clinic Sunday, Aug. 15, at Cooperstown’s Doubleday Field. (Greg Klein/


Next Governor, Hochul, draws praise locally

Helios Care named as finalist for major award

Inside The Paper

Colleges preparing to avoid repeat of August 2020 outbreak

Free Comic Book Day

Matt Flint draws a character Saturday, Aug. 14, during a ‘Free Comic Book Day’ event in Oneonta. (Kevin Limiti/

Kuhn wins Bassett Award

Cooperstown physician wins Walter Franck Award

Miller’s homecoming takes surprising turn with CSO

Oneonta enjoys free comic book day with surprises, appearances

Cassandra Miller does publicity with the cast of ‘One Night in Miami’ at the Baltimore Center Stage, where she was the public relations manager of the professional theater and managed publicity for the East Coast premiere of the play, which is now a 2021 Golden Globe-winning film. (contributed)



Missions Possible


James Seward: My concerns grow about COVID’s return

Life Sketches: Bunker lived life like it was an adventure

Antoinette Kuzminski: Wetlands upgrade may be key to water improvements

History Columns

Bound volumes: August 19, 2021


Fossil fuel, not nuclear, is the real enemy among energy sources

Editors Policy


Pathfinder residents get major-league instruction

Induction to include 38 Hall of Famers

Colorado slugger becomes first Rockies Hall of Famer

St. Louis, Milwaukee catcher fell off writers’ ballot quickly



Michael A. Bettiol 

Summer Dreams

Hyde Hall holds history close to its heart, mission

Best Bets

Staff Dining Picks

Happenin’ Otsego Calendar


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