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“I regret to inform you that we have had four positive cases of COVID-19 since May 18, 2021,” begins the most recent statement by Kimberly Bell, Trumansburg Central School District Superintendent of Schools, on the district’s website, tburgschools.com. 

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Nicole Firestine is a 10th grade English teacher at Charles O. Dickerson High School. This year has been a difficult one having to adjust to the uncertainties associated with the pandemic. Most of the year, she has spent days educating her students both virtually and in-person until recently…

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Madeline Brainard is a junior at Charles O. Dickerson High School in Trumansburg. She is also a Girl Scout and is working toward her Gold Award, the highest level of achievement. To earn this award, Brainard must develop and carry through on a project that benefits the community. She was con…

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Elisabeth Lewis is a senior at Charles O. Dickerson High School. She is also an accomplished trumpet player who plans to attend a college out of state for a degree in Music Education. Lewis has heard back from the numerous schools she applied to and was accepted at and now just has to make t…

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The Trumansburg Farmers’ Market will soon be back for another year of outdoor shopping for fresh food and locally made wares alongside a variety of live entertainment. The market is scheduled to take place on the corner of Route 227 and Route 96 in Trumansburg every Wednesday from May 5 to O…

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“Book Marks” is a visual journey through a lifetime of reading and remembering, an alluring blend of art book and autobiography that will capture the imagination. 

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Ron Don’s Village Pub is a family friendly place with great food at affordable prices. Looking at the photos and memorabilia on the walls is a walk through many decades of Trumansburg’s history. Don Scott opened the restaurant in 1995 across Main Street in what used to be Camel’s. He was the…

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If I’m going to commit to driving about 40 miles round-trip for lunch or dinner at a restaurant, the restaurant has to be really good. Little Venice in Trumansburg is good, however the main attraction for me, is gone…at least temporarily. Before the pandemic hit, I used to visit friends in t…

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Physical Therapists Christine Feely and Colleen Robinson opened Synergy: Trumansburg Physical Therapy at 203 East Main Street in November of 2017. The practice is operated by a motivated team of physical therapists with the expertise and experience to improve the quality of life for their pa…

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Dr. Neil Henninger opened Trumansburg Optical at 11 East Main Street in 2005. As an optometrist, he wanted to provide quality personal eye care to the local community and surrounding areas. His practice offers complete comprehensive eye exams, contacts, glasses, general eye health, and minor…

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The Trumansburg Lions Club recently honored longtime member Richard Waite with the Robert J. Uplinger Distinguished Service Award. 

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Three popular local food processors who make their products with ingredients sourced from area farms will be featured in the next Virtual Open Farm Days tour on Wednesday, March 3, from 6 to 7 p.m. 

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While the majority of the school districts in Tompkins County as well as the IAC are live streaming athletic competition for free via YouTube, Trumansburg is one of the few districts that is asking its families to pay for a monthly subscription in order to stream its athletic events.

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Early in 2020, the First Presbyterian Church of Ulysses (FPCU) received a triple whammy. In February, Pastor Cheryl Peeples and her husband, John, accepted a calling to a church in Martinsville, WV because they wanted to be closer to their family. In March, the pandemic caused the church to …

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On the Netflix series “Blown Away,” contestants withstand the emotional highs and lows of creating a piece of blown glass art—on camera, in a competition against other glass artists—all for the chance to win a prize package that includes a guest artist residency at the Corning Museum of Glass. 

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The Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts is proud to present Songs of Separation, featuring lyric baritone and Trumansburg native Geoffrey Peterson accompanied by Richard Montgomery on piano. This performance of traditional spirituals and contemporary works will be presented as an online pr…

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Ness Funeral Home was founded in 1950 by Ralph Ness to guide families through the funeral services of deceased loved ones. In 1992, Ness sold the business to Joe Sibley who amended the name to Ness-Sibley Funeral Home. After graduating from Gannon University and Simmons Institute of Mortuary…