Interested in Attending a Summer Camp in Cortland County?
May31

Interested in Attending a Summer Camp in Cortland County?

        Summer camps give parents a break, but it also give kids a chance to experiences to get to know others and to get away from electronics. Electronics are in peoples faces for more than others may think. The rates for cell phones bought have grown more than 45% since 2015. At camp kids/teens get more physically activity done then they would at home around electronics. Don’t even mention the academic, and their social life...

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5 Ways To Celebrate Earth Day
Apr21

5 Ways To Celebrate Earth Day

National Earth Day was first celebrated on April 22nd, in the year of 1970. It began to hold events worldwide to demonstrate the impact of environmental pollution and the importance of taking care of this world that we live on. It is extremely good to keep the earth clean, safe, and environmentally happy. There are so many different ways that we can all be involved with helping make this planet a cleaner place, not only on Earth Day...

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The Best Spring Date Spots in Cortland
Apr14

The Best Spring Date Spots in Cortland

With the hustle and bustle of real life, it’s hard to find time for your special someone. Love is special and spending time with the person you love is priceless. So, when you have a free Friday night, take them on a date! That doesn’t mean you must spend $150 on flowers, dinner, a movie, and a mariachi band. Dates are best when simple. Around Cortland, we have some amazing go-to date spots that are crowd favorites. Cortland is a sea...

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Bullying Comes in Many Forms
Apr10

Bullying Comes in Many Forms

A bully is someone who lowers others self esteem, and hurts other people (physically, mentally, or emotionally). Some think violence is a natural way to deal with conflict, but this is also known as revenge.  People who bully are having a rough time in their own personal life, some want payback for something that has happened in previous situations. When people feel hurt they think the better option is to hurt someone else to feel...

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Monday Morning Noyze
Apr10

Monday Morning Noyze

Monday Morning Noyze covers some of the most important news headlines from the past week. It’s hard to stay up to date on all the news that happens, but we are here to help a little. In case you missed it, here are the top stories that made headlines this weekend Neil Gorsuch will be sworn in as the 113th justice of the Supreme Court at 9 a.m. Monday. Sergio Garcia won his first Major Golf Tournament on Sunday when he won the Masters...

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Woman’s History Month
Apr03

Woman’s History Month

In honor of women’s history month it only makes sense to tell the stories of a couple of heroes when it comes to paving the path and redefining what a woman really is. Now the person I’m highlighting here definitely isn’t the normal hero type, she was thought of as a professional leader who put others at risk by being a woman. This person is none other than Cleopatra VII. Cleopatra VII is mostly just remembered as the...

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