- Local News
- Thursday, May 22, 2014
Columbia-Bassett program's first class graduates
More than four years ago, 10 pre-med students took a leap of faith and became the first individuals to enroll in the Columbia-Bassett Medical School Program.Continued ...
Agent convicted in Chamber fraud case
A 62-year-old insurance agent linked to the scandal that toppled former Otsego County Chamber president Rob Robinson was convicted on two charges Friday by an Otsego County Court jury.Continued ...
Dear Mr. President,
Editor's Note: These essay were written by 1st and 2nd graders at Cooperstown's elementary school. More letters will run in next week's Cooperstown Crier.Continued ...
OLT to offer spring hikes
The Otsego Land Trust will be hosting two upcoming hikes, both of which will be open to the public and free of charge.Continued ...
- Saturday, May 17, 2014
- White House: Obama will make visit to Cooperstown
- Thursday, May 15, 2014
Schools hold votes Tuesday
Cherry Valley-Springfield, Cooperstown and Milford voters will all be asked to cast votes on school budgets and Board of Education members on Tuesday.Continued ...
Fly Creek Fire Company growing strong
The Fly Creek Fire Company is experiencing growth, but they are still interested in more volunteers.Continued ...
CCS BOE candidates discuss finances
Three of the four candidates running for the Cooperstown Board of Education participated in a League of Women Voters organized forum on May 12. Although the forum didn't feature much in the way of fireworks, candidates did get to discuss their views on a number of issues, including the school budget possible school consolidation and the sharing of services, negotiations with teachers over health care copays, and programs they'd like to see implemented.Continued ...
Vintage 'base ball' coming to Brewery Ommegang
Baseball, the way it used to be played, will be on full display at Brewery Ommegang this weekend.Continued ...
Smalley's Theatre takes stage
Cooperstown's old movie theater, Smalley's Theatre, is getting an extended run.Continued ...
Brewery Ommegang introduces free concert series
Brewery Ommegang will be kicking off a monthly series of free concerts this Friday.Continued ...
CFEE grant enables CCS to go 3-D
Cooperstown Central School was recently awarded a $9600 grant in an effort to incorporate robotics and 3-D computer modeling with the use of a 3-D printer, into the technology curriculum.Continued ...
CCS senior, Vibbard, wins leadership scholarship
Ellen Vibbard, a June 2014 graduate of Cooperstown High School, is the recipient of the The 4th Annual Leadership Scholarship.Continued ...
Officials fear big summer tick population
Experts are warning that Lyme disease could be a problem this year as ticks will be in abundance across New York this year despite the prolonged frosty winter.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 8, 2014
Opening day leads off with Ainsley Field
Although Cooperstown Youth Baseball held opening day at its new Hartwick location last year, this year felt different.Continued ...
Falk's 'Barns of New York' resonates with general public
Even though it was published in 2012, Cynthia Falk, a professor of material culture at the Cooperstown Graduate Program is still receiving attention for her book "Barns of New York."Continued ...
Little legs move Tot Trot to May
The Angel Network is holding it's annual Tot Trot and Fenimore 5K May 18 at the Clark Sports Center.Continued ...
DOT to replace toxic spray on Route 80
After pressure by public officials to stop spraying a toxic herbicide along state Route 80 alongside Otsego Lake, the state Department of Transportation has tentatively agreed to instead use an organic substance, officials told The Daily Star on Monday.Continued ...
Local schools beat state grad rate
Many area schools surpass the national graduation rates recently praised by the U.S. Department of Education as the highest in history in a recently released report.Continued ...
'Shrek' to bring musical theater to Oneonta
The Orpheus Theatre's production of "Shrek" is bringing a big cast and big local talent to the stage this Mother's Day weekend.Continued ...