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The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

September 14, 2023

Front Page

Manager Ticketed While the Housing Controversy Grows

We Remember

Arts, Music Event Is This Weekend

Fetterman Award Nominations Sought

Couple Responds with Courage After 9/11 by Helping at Ground Zero

Let the Learning Begin!


Clark Foundation Announces Beautification Contest Winners

Donor To Match Gifts to Chamber Orchestra

Legals: People and Businesses in the News

Pathfinder Village Receives Excellus BCBS Health and Wellness Award

Town of Hartwick Preps for Fall Clean Sweep

Ten Nonprofits Receive Grants from Rotary

Hazardous Waste Event Totals Announced

Legislators Work To Promote Region

Funding Awarded to Libraries

OHS Grad Named Mayne Scholarship Winner

News in Brief

News Briefs: September 14, 2023

Sports Briefs: September 14, 2023


Guest Editorial: School Sports Make Adults of Us


News from the Noteworthy: New Signs Correct Companies’ Lies

Life Sketches: Forever Young: The ‘Home Farm’ Family Dance Goes On


Baker: Basile Dedicated and Hard Working

Shue: Carson Deserves Support

Drnek: Benton is Willing, Experienced

Dulkis: Experience Vital for Clerk Post

Korver, Gilley, Thompson, Benoit: Thanks to Mary, Beth and Emily

Falk, Sternberg, Membrino, Bergene, Sheehan, Fasanelli, Dean, Dewey: Coop Trustees Back Benton

Oliver: Benton Gets Oliver Vote

Sutton: Basile Should Be Next Clerk

Bound Volumes

Bound Volumes: September 14, 2023

Bound Volumes, Hometown History: September 14, 2023

In Memoriam

In Memoriam: David Sohmer Svahn

Calendar of Events

Happenin’ Otsego

Exclusively on

Sports Briefs: September 7, 2023

News Briefs: September 8, 2023

Black Baseball Initiative Bringing School, Youth Groups to Cooperstown

Schools Adopt Free and Reduced Meal Policy

BFS Water Testing Identifies Increased Bloom Conditions, Elevated Toxins

Citizen Science: Science Is a Word Game

Heat Wave Fuels HAB Risk

Road Work To Begin in Village on Monday

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