Michelle Miller | The Cooperstown Crier Oneida Indian Nation Representative and CEO of Oneida Nation Enterprises, Ray Halbritter, presents a $10,000 check to Cooperstown Central School Board President David Borgstrom, center, and Superintendent C.J. Hebert. The check is to defray the cost for new uniforms for when the district retires its nickname 'Redskins' and takes on the moniker 'CCS Hawkeyes' in July.
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