THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS Feb 14 15 2019

 

THIS WEEK’S NEWSPAPERS

The Freeman’s Journal • Hometown Oneonta

Feb. 14-15, 2019

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

The first black president, Barack Obama, also broke the mold in choosing Kehinde Wiley, a Yale University-trained painter CNN described as famous for his depiction of African-Americans posed in the style of Old Master paintings, regal, formal and filled with pops of color, a contrast to most presidential portraits in the National Portrait Gallery.

FRONT PAGE

Suspect Free, 2nd At Large In Fatal Fire

Broadband Breakthrough Due For Otsego Electric rs

SUNY Valentine’s Focus: Appreciating The Ladies

‘New’ Nick’s Diner Evokes Fond Memories, Fond Food

100 Years Later, Monument To Dedicated Lady Declines

PHOTO: Winter Carnival Fun

PHOTO: Daddy, Daughter Tradition!

CITY OF THE HILLS: 5-Year Plan Coming Soon To O-Theatre

COOPERSTOWN AND AROUND: Six Named To Chamber Hall of Fame

EDITORIAL 

County Rep. Kennedy Right To Seek Faulty Policy’s End

COLUMNS

What Ails Yellow-Vested Nous Amis Ails Us

A Tale Of Three Books – At Once

U.S. Companies Seeing Profit In Climate Change

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

HISTORY COLUMNS

BOUND VOLUMES – Feb. 14 – 15 2019

HOMETOWN History – Feb 14-15 2019

ALLOTSEGO.LIFE

Obama Stirred Excitement On Visiting Hall Of Fame In ’14

PRESIDENTS & Otsego County

BEST BETS: Polar Bear Plunge, Heart Health, etc.

IN MEMORIAM

Lyall H. Sage, 86; State Trooper Guarded Rockefeller At Otesaga

Harold Ray, 75; Honored For Overcoming Life’s Obstacles

Robert (D’Urzo) Ross, 74, Oneonta; Proud Of Family History

Edward V. Spencer, 93; Drove Tractor-Trailers Until Reaching 80

Gladys G. Howe, 97; Retired Teacher Active In Grange

Herbert E. Ostrander, Sr., 76; Vet Owned Construction Business

 PEOPLE

Hometown People: Feb. 14-15, 2019 

Locals:  Feb. 14-15, 2019

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