THIS WEEK — July 22, 2021

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

July 22, 2021

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Flood damage in Gilbertsville on Sunday, July 18, shows the extent of the problems left behind by Saturday’s storm. (Contributed by Janice Costello.)

FRONT PAGE

Major flooding hits Butternut Valley

AllOtsego people: In Cooperstown, a female majority forms

Cooperstown & Around and City of the Hills

Inside The Paper

Susquehanna SPCA celebrates opening of new facility Saturday

Summer Music Festival to reopen with free concert August 10, at Fenimore

Student News

Model Student

It has been two years since 2017 Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School graduate Kaylie Yerdon graduated from Tompkins Cortland Community College, but her school is still advertising her success, as seen in this billboard Sunday, July 18, on state Route 13 near Dryden. Yerdon
graduated from SUNY Cortland this spring and will start working on a master’s degree in speech and language pathology at the College of Saint Rose in Albany in August. (Greg Klein/AllOTSEGO.com)

Perspectives

Editorial

Views From Around The State

COLUMNS

LIMITI: I identify as an anime character; and that’s OK with me

BERKSON: Howling at the moon to help ‘the chickens’

WAYNE MELLOR: What’s the cost of zero-carbon energy

McREYNOLDS: Our family secrets still feel haunting

History Columns

Bound Volumes: July 22, 2021

Hometown History: July 22, 2021

LETTERS

GEERTGENS: Writer explains ‘what schools should teach’

Editors Policy

SPORTS

Leonard became Milford’s pioneer wrestler, Coop legend

With induction delayed, HOF awards get Saturday spotlight

OBITUARIES

Jospeh E. Pideon

Douglas S. Fielder

John L. Smith Jr.

Louis J. Bobnick

Robert W. Bibik

Summer Dreams

Lights, Camera, Otsego County: Region prepares for its film closeup

Best Bets

Staff Dining Picks

 


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