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The Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition, a program of the United Way of Seneca County, and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) are set to begin a weeklong focus on impaired driving prevention with a unique new approach to educating students across the county. 

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Starting on May 1, 2022, the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library in Ovid will carry customized seed packets created by South Seneca’s High School Gardening Class, taught by Mrs. Patricia Parsons.  As well as checking out books, you can now check out seeds to plant in your summer gardens!  Any com…

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Falling Bodies, a new collection of poems from Finishing Line Press, explores loss, identity, and family through the lens of the natural world. It is a collaborative effort by three local women: a poet, a graphic artist, and a photographer. 

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After a long hiatus from in-person performances, the South Seneca Falcon Players, along with members of the South Seneca Music Department, will present A Performing Arts “Showcase of Possibility” at the South Seneca Middle-Senior High School Auditorium on Main Street in Ovid on Saturday, Mar…

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On Feb. 21, groups gathered to release a letter signed by over 1,000 organizations, environmental advocates, concerned citizens and regional business owners urging Governor Hochul to deny Seneca Meadows Landfill (SMI) its expansion request, and to stick to its planned closure in 2025.

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Local officials from three neighboring municipalities have teamed up to convince New York State lawmakers that they should push the state to purchase Camp Barton, a Seneca County Boy Scout camp that is being sold to raise funds for the scout’s national bankruptcy settlement. 

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On Jan. 9, a public meeting was held regarding the eminent closure of Willard Drug Treatment Campus. Seven panelists gathered at the Edith B. Ford Memorial Library in Ovid to share their thoughts and answer the public’s questions, and the discussion covered a wide range of topics including s…

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Trying to shop local this year but having difficulty finding the time? Moonlight Shopping in Owego gives holiday shoppers a few extra hours this month with participating stores staying open on Thursdays until 8 p.m. While you’re out, be sure to stop by a coordinating event—an exhibition by a…

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The Edith B. Ford Memorial Library, located in Ovid, will host a moderated community forum on the closure of the Willard Drug Treatment Campus on Dec. 9 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at the library in Ovid.

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It had been a year since girls soccer was played at South Seneca Central School District, as the Board of Education voted to not allow fall teams to compete last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even prior to the pandemic, South Seneca competed as a combined team with Romulus.