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The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Feb. 18, 2021


The 2021 Cooperstown Winter Carnival kicked off Tuesday, Feb. 16, as the O’Brien family of Hartwick – mom Beth and her six children – found the Carnival Medallion behind a bench in the village’s Badger Park. Helping their mom (dad Rob, the county 911 coordinator, was at work), were front row, from left, Bobby, 3, Connor, 7 months, Noah, 6; back row, from left, are Hannah, 8, Hunter, 6, and Lucas, 6. (Jim Kevlin/


TV-Only Induction ’21 Met With Acceptance

County Still Awaits Vaccine

Bassett Recruits Seward As Liason With Albany

Treasure Hunter Claims $10K Prize

The Wisdom Of Sam Nader

Baseball, Politics, Community Defined His Contribution


America IS Great

With Seward, Bassett Reclaims Some Of County’s Ebbing Clout


NORTHRUP: Impeachment Burnished At Least One Politician

WELCH: Is ‘Stop The Steal’ Just A Beginning

DUNCAN: Trenches Along Roadways Still Dangerous To Drivers

HANSE: Underunding Led To Nursing-Home Crisis

STERNBERG: Vaccine? Terrific. But What About Treatment

History Columns

Bound Volumes: February 18, 2021

Hometown History: February 18, 2021


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Dorothy St. John

Rivkah Feldman

Francesco Basile


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