- Local News
Tie means defeat; CCS to regroup on project
Forget all the times you have heard the phrase 'tie goes to the runner.' Despite its baseball roots, in Cooperstown an electoral tie means that the resolution fails to pass.
- Hartwick passes drilling ban
- With a gutsy feat, Hovis wins spelling bee
- For Haase, leaving Hall doesn't equal retirement
- Petersen wins Moe Prize for 21 years service
- Tie means defeat; CCS to regroup on project
- Local Sports
New division, players for CCS boys
If images of Cooperstown soccer season linger, they are of seniors Park Summers and Jordan Manikas leading the team in scoring. In basketball, the numbers per side will change but Summer and Manikas will likely lead the team again.
- HOF ballot offers hope for village shops
- SPORTS ROUNDUP
- Angell wins Spink Award
- Nadel gets Frink
- New division, players for CCS boys
Welcoming the new residents
When new residents come to live at Clara Welsh Thanksgiving Home a welcome party is held for their family and friends.
- Wishing we would fall out of falling back
- Settling in, becoming more Danish
- Baseball, voting and Halloween fill month
- Tip and Gipper a good pair, read
- Welcoming the new residents
Taking risks and getting out of my comfort zone
I never thought that I would be trapped in so many whirlwinds of stressful thoughts about where I'm taking my life. There are so many different options to choose from, and so many decisions that have to be made. I feel like I am falling into an endless pit, awaiting my final decision that will inevitably lead me into the unknown that is my future.
- Denmark meeting expectations
- Local Voices From Around The Globe: Settling in and having a smooth transition
- Teen Talk: Getting working experience has had its bumps in the road
- Getting to attend a journalism and media conference
- Taking risks and getting out of my comfort zone