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About three dozen people gathered in Myers Park on a cold Sunday afternoon to walk a prayerful mile in a refugee’s shoes, to support a more humane federal immigration policy, and to support … more
The Lansing Community Library is planning a “crafty” fall schedule, beginning with fiber arts program for middle schoolers and featuring the annual artisan crafts fair. The “Fall … more
More than 120 Lansing middle school students will be on stage and backstage to put on the 32nd annual musical production, “Annie Junior,” this weekend. The show features musical standards … more
When Isabelle Schweitzer crossed the finish line of the Hartford Marathon on Oct. 13, she wasn’t just completing yet another 26-mile, 385-yard road race. Isabelle was finishing a 1,310-mile … more
“Most of the time you are sideways. You are always trying to achieve traction. There are 23 other people out there. There is always bumping. You are trying not to wreck each other but you are … more
This coming Nov. 6 election will see a three-way contested race for Tompkins County Sheriff. Incumbent Ken Lansing will be running on the Independence line, former undersheriff Derek Osborne will be … more
Steve Smith has two daughters. Hailey is 13 years old and Hannah is 11. Both girls dance competitively at The Next Jennaration dance studio. Steve is their “prop dad,” charged with … more
Lansing Historical Association Fall ProgramThe Lansing Historical Association will hold its Fall Program “The History of the County Home on Perry City Road” by John Wertis, Ulysses Town … more
Last spring, Kyler Davis played Captain von Trapp in the Lansing High School musical “The Sound of Music.” In the final act, Kyler played the guitar as the Family von Trapp sang … more
By Matt Montague   Each June for the past five years, Lansing Elementary School identifies children who could use a little extra help with reading for the summer. Each of these kids is invited to partner … more
Mark Shelley Tompkins Weekly   In a county dominated by traditional fall sports, one sport has found it challenging to break into the sporting spotlight. While the lack of a stadium and necessary equipment may … more
By Matt Montague   Jacob Palladino wanted to be a farmer, and then he didn’t, and then he did. And now he is. “My dad’s grandfather was a farmer, my grandfather owned a tractor dealership but … more
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