THIS WEEK — June 10, 2021


The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

June 10, 2021


The Otsego Pride Alliance organized a car parade Saturday, June 5, to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month in June. Dozens of cars took part in the parade down Main Street in Oneonta and many people followed the route to a post-parade celebration in Neahwa Park. (Kevin Limiti/


Otsego communities struggle with housing needs

Cooperstown mourns community servant, Kuhn

AllOtsego people: Father-son climbing duo to take on Denali

Cooperstown & Around

City of the Hills

Inside The Paper

Oberacker’s CCS-inspired bill to make baseball NY’s official sport passes State Senate

Scouting it out

Martin Thorsland paints the Deane Winsor Field sign in Milford’s Wilber Park Thursday, May 27, as part of his Eagle Scout project. Thorsland, a member of the Milford BSA Troop #31, will also be adding a small garden around the sign, and then installing a new gate to the Winsor Field batting cage to complete his project. (Cheryl Clough/

Student News


Pandemic recovery period makes for some awkward encounters

The Old Badger: Salvaging the Mohican

Views from Around New York State


Editors Policy

Zoning laws exist for a reason

Writer regrets 2019 letter


BERKSON: The amazing mind-reading machine claims a victim

History Columns

Bound Volumes: June 10, 2021

Hometown History: June 10, 2021


Paul Timothy Kuhn

Elfreda Watts Coss Beach

John F. Lernihan

Summer Dreams

Beekeeping becomes big upstate activity, hobby

Fenimore announces Young @ Art winners

The Dog Charmer

Best Bets

Staff Dining Picks

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