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The Spencer-Van Etten Central School District Board of Education met remotely via Zoom on Oct. 15, the day it received the first of three COVID-19 diagnoses at its schools, prompting the district to shut down in-person learning until Oct. 26. 

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The Oct. 13 regular monthly meeting of the Candor Town Board took place at the Candor Highway Building and included a lot of discussion about the Candor Emergency Squad’s need for funding. There has been a meeting with the board chair, office manager and squad captain, along with Candor Town…

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On Tuesday, Oct. 13, the Tioga County Legislature passed a resolution repealing the former recycling law and establishing the new Tioga County Mandatory Source Separation Law effective as of January 1, 2021. 

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With the general election only a month away, some Tioga County residents still have questions about when, where, and how to vote. This information, gathered from the Tioga County Board of Elections, should help answer your questions.

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At the Sept. 8 regular meeting of the Candor Town Board, held in the Candor Town Pavilion with everyone masked and practicing social distancing, privilege of the floor brought questions from a resident on the condition of the roads in the Town of Candor. 

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For the past three Tuesday evenings, a handful of community members have joined Ron and Barb Fay for a free Community Exercise program at the Town Hall pavilion. The class includes cardio, strength and functional exercises that are suitable for most fitness levels. Participants bring their o…

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The Candor Board of Education met Thursday, Aug. 20, using a combination of in-person and virtual meeting technology. The few board members who met in the high school library media center had plenty of room to physically distance, and everyone logged into the Google Meeting platform.

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Despite the stay-at-home and social distancing caused by COVID-19, the Candor Historical Society has been busy behind the scenes over the last few months. With a renovation project at the Candor History Center still underway, the Candor Historical Society Board has been busy with several fun…

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At the Aug. 11 regular meeting of the Candor Town Board, Candor Town Highway Superintendent Kevin Noble reported the Tuttle Hill Road culvert is completed. The total cost for the culvert was $44,875. 

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Pastor Edward Hart started OBF (Open Bible Fellowship) Mission over five years ago. OBF meets on Thursday evenings at the Bostwick Auction and Antique Mall in Candor.  

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Due to the Corona Virus and the rising cases in New York State, Governor Cuomo ordered the state into a “pause,” which meant schools closing and the plans to hold the St. Baldrick’s event usually held the end of March had to be cancelled. In past years the event was held at the Candor Elemen…

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Suzanne Johnson, a resident of Willseyville for over 16 years, is inviting women to take gardening apprenticeship classes with her. One weekend a month for six months for the past three years, women have been taking gardening apprenticeship classes with Johnson. In these classes the women le…

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Due to social distancing, the 57th Tioga County Dairy Princess Coronation was held outdoors at a private location on June 20, where the 2020–2021 Dairy Princess, Megan Henry, was crowned by outgoing Dairy Princess Arianna Aman.

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The Candor Board of Education held their regular June 18 meeting via Google Meet. The virtual meeting, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, was attended by some of the younger members of the school community who were curious about why their parents were talking on the computer.

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Candor Planning Board Chairman Ed Evans called the June 2 meeting to order under novel circumstances: this was the first time they incorporated Zoom to allow residents to participate remotely. “We’re using the free service offered through the county,” Evans said, noting that people attending…

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Joshua Soper and Nathan Brace are seeking reelection to the Candor Central School District Board of Education this month. Both candidates sat down with the Chronicle to discuss their candidacies.

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Faith is a central part of many people’s lives. So back in mid-March, state stay-at-home orders left congregations in a quandary. How do you hold a service with groups limited to ten? For Bill Puckey, pastor at McKendree Methodist Church, the solution was in plain sight: stream the services.

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Tioga County Legislative Chairwoman Martha Sauerbrey reported on June 4 that a 22nd person has passed away from COVID-19 in Tioga County. According to the press release, the death is "associated" with the Elderwood Nursing facility in Waverly.