New York Farm Bureau and the New York Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health (NYCAMH) are recognizing “National Farm Safety and Health Week” which runs Sept. 21 to 27. The theme this year is “Safety Counts: Protecting What Matters.” It serves as an important reminder for the nearly 36,000 farms in the state that strive to provide a safe workplace environment for their family members and employees.
Members of the Cazenovia Tree Commission, assisted by local volunteers and certified arborists, planted five new trees on the Green on Emory Avenue this past weekend as part of the commission’s ongoing efforts to maintain and improve the scenic beauty, health and environment of Cazenovia.
If you are one of the hundreds of people who enjoy using Lakeland Park each summer, or if you have gazed at Carpenter’s Barn and envisioned what it could be, and especially if you are looking for a fun and creative way to engage in your community this fall, the village wants to pick your brain. At 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 29, in the Village Municipal Building boardroom at 90 Albany St., the village will be holding the first in a series of three public meetings designed to lead to the production of a master plan for Lakeland Park.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the editor: Your headline and lead-in to the Amy Bradstreet story was truly awful, laid out to be sensational and even exciting.
For too long, we’ve been doing education the same way — and it’s doing our students a disservice. At least, that’s what the administrators at Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES believe. And they’re trying to address the problem by introducing a new kind of instruction in Central New York. OCM BOCES held an official grand opening for its new Innovation Tech high school Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the facility at the Lee G. Peters Career Training Center in Liverpool. Classes began Sept. 3.
Lakers absorb first defeat amid season's toughest stretch
When the Cazenovia field hockey team goes to Weedsport Tuesday afternoon for a first-place Onondaga High School League showdown, it culminates the Lakers’ toughest stretch of the regular season.
Chittenango takes defeats to Homer, Marcellus
All is now in place for the Cazenovia girls soccer team as, on Tuesday night, it welcomes Westhill to the Sean Googin Sports Complex in a game that would determine who would have the lead in the OHSL Liberty division midway through the regular season.
Early 16-0 deficit vanishes in avalanche of Caz points
A wake-up call arrived for the Cazenovia football team when it made its first road trip of the season. It came in the form of 16 points from Central Valley Academy, who despite its 0-2 record was determined to turn Friday night's lightly-regarded contest into a monumental upset. The Thunder's dreams did not last long, though.
White's goal holds up for Lakers, who improve to 7-1
No one doubts anymore whether the Cazenovia boys soccer team can battle for top honors in the OHSL Liberty division – and, perhaps, much more. If any of those doubts remained, they were dashed by Tuesday night’s 1-0 shutout over defending Section III Class B champion Westhill at the Sean Googin Sports Complex.
Lakers rebound from Tuesday defeat to Westhill
A valuable lesson that the Cazenovia girls volleyball team learned, through last week’s action, was that it helped to get off to a good start, but that finishing things off is a lot sweeter.
Culprit will face felony charges for making a terrorist threat
Cazenovia police believe they are close to an arrest in the case of the Cazenovia College bomb threat that occurred late Tuesday night, Sept. 16, and the culprit, when caught, will face felony charges for making a terrorist threat and could face time in state prison.
Chittenango boys take top spot at Baldwinsville Invitational
At the start of its OHSL Liberty division schedule, the Cazenovia cross country teams both got to face Christian Brothers Academy Wednesday afternoon and earned a sweep of those races at the Sean Googin Sports Complex.
The latest illness making its way across the country and through the halls of school buildings has arrived in Cazenovia – and a lot of elementary and middle school students have been staying home sick as a result. “We have had a high absenteeism. Our nurses have seen a higher absenteeism than normal,” said Superintendent Matt Reilly. “The symptoms being reported have been consistent with those of the Enterovirus D68."
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the editor: The Cazenovia Children’s House Board of Directors and staff would like to express heartfelt appreciation to the board of directors at Willow Bank Yacht Club for presenting this year's Taste of Cazenovia.
Five Cazenovia College residence halls were evacuated and searched for more than 90 minutes late Tuesday night in response to a bomb threat against the college.
Single passenger in stable condition
An Erieville man is in the hospital in stable condition after his plane crashed into a cornfield in the town of Pompey this afternoon.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
To the editor: We would like to correct the misunderstandings which appeared in two recent letters to the Republican. John Romig and Frolic Taylor believe that the Town of Cazenovia cut down the trees near Owera Vineyards a few weeks ago.
More than 300 people turned out last week to eat, drink, mingle and — most importantly — help raise funds for the Cazenovia Children’s House during the organization’s annual Taste of Cazenovia fundraising event, held this year at the Willow Bank Yacht Club.
Cazenovians young and old turned out last Thursday, Sept. 11, to remember the events of 13 years ago and to honor its victims and heroes. The observance, organized by Project CAFÉ, which has been held annually in Memorial Park since 2002, was especially poignant in the light of the uptick in terrorist activity around the world in recent months.
Changes made to hours and decibel levels of ‘reasonable’ noise
In its ongoing efforts to craft a town noise ordinance, the Cazenovia Town Board on Sept. 8 closed the public hearing on the proposed law, reintroduced a revised and amended version of the law and scheduled a new public hearing for Oct. 6 to continue public comments.