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‘Love, Loss, and Schizophrenia’: Q&A with Karen Winters Schwartz

Marietta author Karen Winters Schwartz was at Creekside Books and Coffee in Skaneateles Sunday to discuss her second published novel, “Reis’s Pieces: Love, Loss, and Schizophrenia.” She took time to answer a few of our questions.

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Open government should be the norm

The term open government is a crock. If you’re not an open government, or striving to be as open as possible, you’re a closed government. Closed governments aren’t for the people. It’s yet to be seen whether “open government” is the 2012 catchphrase for local politics or if it’s an ...

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Westhill releases fall sports schedule

Westhill High School’s 2011 fall sports varsity schedule, including girls volleyball, which moved from a winter to a fall season.

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FocalPoint helps three students pursue dreams with scholarships

FocalPoint Federal Credit Union, a Syracuse-based, not-for-profit financial cooperative that serves employees of more than 100 area companies, labor unions, schools and organizations is pleased to congratulate the 2011-12 winners of its annual FocalPoint College Scholarship program.

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The Centers at St. Camillus announces new additions to management team

The Centers at St. Camillus recently welcomed Mary Ellen Kaier and Michael Schafer to their management team.

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J-E releases fall sports schedule

Football Eagles open at Hannibal Sept. 2

Jordan-Elbridge High School’s 2011 fall sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

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Teachers shine amidst uncertainty

The agenda was quite lengthy during last Thursday’s Jordan-Education Board of Education meeting. However, The meeting was uplifting, encouraging and a sign of what is to come for this school district that has been turned upside down throughout the recent months. 

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Football Wildcats look for push as AA-2 contender

Nine starters, including Naton, back on offense

Sure, it didn’t seem like much to brag out – a 3-4 regular season, a fourth-place league finish, a one-sided ouster by Christian Brothers Academy in the Section III Class AA playoffs.

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A tale of two villages of Camillus: The first village of Camillus, circa 1960s

With 1,200 residents, Camillus was a bustling, relatively self-sufficient village serving as the population, business, social and manufacturing canter of the town.

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With fall just around the corner, parks and rec going strong

It’s hard to believe that fall is just around the corner. The kids will be heading off to school but the Town of Marcellus Parks and Recreation office has plenty of fun activities to keep everyone busy and entertained.

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Newest WG BOE member looks to expand the roll of technology in the classroom

Vladimiro Hart-Zavoli is anxious to increase the roll of technology in the educational process as the newest West Genesee Board of Education member.

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Ray sworn in as the newest village of Marcellus police officer

Shannon Ray was introduced as the village of Marcellus’ newest officer on Tuesday, Aug. 23, at the village office.

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A number of colleges recently revealed that it has become commonplace to offer remediation classes to entering freshman. Remediation classes? 

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Football Wildcats smash Oswego, 66-8

Howard brothers combine for six TD's in season-opening rout

With warm affection, the West Genesee football team welcomed Oswego back into the Class AA fold in Friday night's season opener.

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Masters’ Memories

As many people know, the Maxwell Library in Camillus is offering to record your loved ones memories. My Dad, J. Russel Masters, had a connection to Orchard Village (an opportunity to purchase all the land for $5 an acre back in the 1940s).

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J-E, Ludden both score impressive wins

Eagles shut out Hannibal; Gaelic Knights handle ITC

For the area's pair of Class C high school football teams, it proved a fun and festive Friday to open the 2011 season.

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Ludden volleyball ends 13-year victory drought

Gaelic Knights edge ITC: Solvay drops fall debut

Amid the constant change and growth in girls volleyball, the Bishop Ludden Gaelic Knights had only known misery.

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Stephanie Crockett announced as 40 Below steering committee chair

40 Below is proud to announce Stephanie Crockett, management supervisor at Eric Mower and Associates, as the company’s new steering committee chair.

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West Genesee announces fall sports schedule

Wildcats start football season at Oswego Sept. 2

West Genesee High School’s 2011 varsity fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

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