This Week — Feb. 6-7, 2020

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Feb. 6-7, 2020

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Oneonta Mayor Gary Herzig delivers his fifth Stae of the City speech Tuesay, Feb. 5, to a full Common Council chambers in City Hall. A period of intensive planning is over, Herzig said, and he outlined a list of major downtown projects that will get underway this year. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

FRONT PAGE

D.A. Expecting 50% Dip In Prosecutions

700-Plus Fans Sign Petition To Save CCS Football

Seward Invites DOT Chief To Lettis Crash Scene

2020 Winter Carnival Features Mac, Cheese, More

Salka Plans Local Rally Against Bail Reforms

THE JOB SCENE

Help Custom Electronics Power The Future

Big Job At Bassett: Keeping Many Jobs Full

Expert: More, Higher Paying Manufacturing Jobs

SUNY Plans To Make 100 Hires This Year

EDITORIAL

Good News, Jobs Aplenty; Bad News, No Housing

Are Fossil Fuels Part Of Climate-Change Answer

COLUMNS

HERZIG STATE OF CITY: 2020 Year Of Action

BENNETT: Acquittal Emboldens Trump, For Now

FOSSIL FUELS: Stanford Says, Recapture CO2

LETTERS to the EDITOR

STAMMEL: ‘Sanctuary’ May Kill Golden Goose

WILCOX: Gunmen More Scary Than G-Men

MOSS: Sandy Hook Memories Still Resonate

SUMMERS: Save The Birds, Scrap  The Panels

HISTORY COLUMNS

BOUND VOLUMES: Feb. 6, 2020

HOMETOWN HISTORY: Feb. 7, 2020

IN MEMORIAM

Dr. Howard Joseph, 94; Practiced Podiatry For 50 Years

William ‘Bill’ Truscott, 74; After Farming, Lived Out West

Connie Quackenbush, 80; Worked At Fox Hospital

Henry A. Prager, 84; Ran Excavating Company For 50 Years

William Aris Mixon Jr., 81; High-End NYC Retailer, Hotelier 

Mary E. Kinney, 81; Mount Vision Women Dies In Florida

Mary Jane Belrose, 75; County Office For Aging Social Worker

Audrie L. Knapp, 97; Retired New York City Graphic Artist

HAPPENIN’ OTSEGO

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