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While many eyes are on the local basketball scene and the winter sports scenes at the local universities, the Dryden Purple Lions are turning heads during the indoor track and field season. While the … more
One of Groton’s best-loved establishments, the iconic Casper’s Diner, 118 Main St., has been a fixture in the village for decades, but its current owner, Kevin Griffin, has been running … more
The Southworth Library, 24 W. Main St, is a hub for community, entertainment, education, and family fun in Dryden. Among its many activities and events, the library’s various book clubs provide … more
Janus is the Roman god of beginnings. He is a god of transitions. He is often depicted as a god with two faces, one looking forward into the future, one to the past. Appropriately, the Romans named … more
Makenna Ramsay, a senior at Dryden High School, competed in the American Kennel Club National Championship dog show over the weekend of Dec. 15 and Dec. 16 in Orlando. Ramsay’s journey into … more
The Dryden United Methodist Church hosts a variety of events throughout the year. During the Thanksgiving season, it participated in an Ecumenical Service, bringing the Dryden community together in … more
The National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony was held on Nov. 28. This year marked the 96th Anniversary of this beloved, national tradition, held at the President’s Park in Washington, D.C. … more
If you missed the Holiday Craft Fair on Dec. 1, held at the Dryden Agway, have no fears. There is still time to shop and there are local artists, bakers, and even candle-stick makers from which you … more
1968. The average house cost was $14,950. Gas price per gallon: 34 cents. Want to catch a movie? $1.50. The US was currently involved in The Vietnam War. This was also the year of the assassination … more
Standing in the kitchen of the First Presbyterian Church of Dryden to stay out of the fray, Aiden Payne sounded almost robotic in her calculations. “We have 89 baskets for families with four or … more
It is my pleasure to introduce you to Katie Perov, who will be sharing the good news in her new column “Discovering Dryden.” Her column is aptly named, as she is new to the area, just as … more
As a young boy of 7, Ernie Balch recollected not knowing what all of the bell ringing was on that day as he was crossing the bridge in Weedsport, NY. He was taking his mother’s eggs to market … more
At the Tuesday, Oct. 9 school board meeting at Freeville Elementary School, Superintendent Joshua Bacigalupi announced the creation of the new #lionpride award to recognize those whose dedication and … more
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