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As the season of giving approaches, it is easy to get caught up in the minutia of planning the perfect decorations, meals, and gifts, rather than focusing on the spirit of giving. It is so easy to … more
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
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
When Groton High School alumna, Kayla Lyon ’08, moved to Groton during the sixth grade, she certainly had no way of knowing that she would become the director of her new school’s junior … more
Another youth football season has come to an end, and the Trumansburg senior squad bounced back from a 2017 season record of 1 and 5 to win the 2018 championship. In 2017 the team was fractured by … more
From the capital project that was approved by Groton’s voters in February 2016, to the submission of plans to the New York State Education Department in the summer of 2017, to the present, the … 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
This Friday, Nov. 9, the YMCA of Ithaca and Tompkins County invites you to take a step back in time as the organization celebrates 150 years of serving the community with a special dinner at the … 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
The generosity of local businesses and people help the Village of Trumansburg and Town of Ulysses residents in need survive all year round. As the weather turns colder and the holiday season is upon … more
Students in Cornell University Senior Lecturer, Bryan Duff’s, undergraduate course on educational psychology don’t take tests – at least, not the usual kind. They take what they … 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
With the unpredictable weather, the long travel to game locations, and the unpredictability of opponents for the next game, the 2018 Section IV Girls Soccer tournament was filled with outstanding … more
In a soccer-heavy county, it comes as no surprise that local schools are well represented in October for the Section IV Boys Soccer Championships. For another year, one local team captured the … more
I’ve been doing this politics thing for half a century, ever since my mother hauled me downtown to stuff envelopes for a guy who was running as the antiwar candidate for U.S. Senator. He lost, … more
Although he was born and raised in Newfield, Bill Hulbert has made Groton his home since 2001, and couldn’t be happier about that. During the summer of 2017, Hulbert discovered his artistic … 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
Trumansburg Police Chief Joe Nelson jumped in with both feet since his swearing-in ceremony in August, familiarizing himself with the community and his staff. He has been analyzing the department and … 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
By Jamie Swinnerton Tompkins Weekly   After 15 years, thousands of hours of work, thousands more spent on research, dozens of volunteers, and an unending well of passion, an original Thomas “Tommy” S-4B Scout … more
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