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In the winter of 1887, Dryden local Paul Layton was discovered on his property, skull fractured, murdered. Mr. Layton owned a large farm northeast of Dryden Lake where he took care of his livestock. … more
Reach Out for Christ Church in Freeville will be honoring two world changers on Friday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 21 as Brighton and Dorothy Wanyemba pay a visit to the congregation. Pastor Tom … more
The day she’s been waiting for will finally arrive. Dryden Community Café Manager Tammy Annonson was practically singing in her seat as she told me about the upcoming remodeling project … more
By Cathy Wakeman   On Friday, Sept. 14, the South Central Regional Library Council held a New York State Legislative Appreciation Reception to thank state representatives from across the region for their work on … more
By Cathy Wakeman   The season of new beginnings is all around us. This past week hosted the beginning of the new school year. This week, Rosh Hashanah, the holiday of the Jewish New Year. As Faces of Dryden … more
By Cathy Wakeman   Where can you fight scurvy, walk the plank and tie up the knots on your sinking sails? Why, Pirate Day at the Southworth Library, of course. The second Saturday of the month is family storytime at … more
By Cathy Wakeman Tompkins Weekly   Josh Bacigalupi can never be accused of not having school spirit. With a ready handshake and wide smile, he eagerly greeted me for our 7:30 a.m. appointment to catch a glimpse of … more
By Cathy Wakeman   Dryden’s Boy Scout Troop 24 has added another eagle into its aerie. Continuing a long tradition of boys earning Scouting’s highest rank, Troy Sornberger, son of Melvin and Theresa … more
By Cathy Wakeman Tompkins Weekly   To walk past the once avoided Montgomery Park is to see a playground bustling with children, sports courts teaming with ball players and a pavilion hosting picnics. That … more
By Cathy Wakeman   What do you do if disaster hits close to home? That question has hit close to home for a member of the Town of Dryden’s new Safety and Preparedness Advisory Committee. Katie Quinn-Jacobs related, … more
By Cathy Wakeman   Siem Reap, nicknamed Temple Town, lies in Northwestern Cambodia at the gateway to the Angkor region, home to the world famous Angkor Wat. Built in the 12th century, Angkor Wat is one of the largest … more
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