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I81 Bridge Could be Named For Late Trooper Chris Skinner

A bridge on Interstate 81 in Broome County is being named in honor of New York State Trooper Christopher Skinner, who was killed in the line of duty a year ago.

A statement from state Senator Thomas Libous’ office praises the senate for unanimously passing the legislation to honor the Trooper with the naming of the bridge near where he was killed north of Hinman’s Corners

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Afton Man Accused of Stealing a Vehicle on a Test Drive

An Afton man is accused of trying to dupe a Guilford resident in a vehicle sale scheme.

Chenango County Sheriff’s officials say on May 22nd, 45 year old Russell Davis allegedly defrauded the victim by claiming he would pay more than the asking price for a 2000 Chevrolet Blazer by June 1 if he was allowed to take it for the day with the title being signed over to him

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WNBF News/ Roger Neel Photo

Severe Thunderstorms Predicted For Twin Tiers

The National Weather Service is cautioning Twin Tiers residents of the potential for severe thunderstorms and the even the possibility of a tornado.

NOAA says thunderstorms with strong winds and hail could set up in localized areas starting in the afternoon and continuing into the evening

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Broome County Men Allegedly Stole and Sold Scrap

Kathy Whyte/ WNBF NewsTwo Broome County men are accused of stealing scrap metal from a Conklin business and selling it at Weitsman’s Scrap Yard in the City of Binghamton.

 

Police say 30 year old Donald Turner of Binghamton and 28 year old Matthew Edwards of Endicott are charged with criminal possession of stolen property.

 

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Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Fresh Cider Series is Featured on Southern Tier Close Up

Young people in the Southern Tier have a chance to learn about all aspects of the theater during the Cider Mill Playhouse's 'Fresh Cider' series.

Appearing on the June 6 edition of the weekly local public affairs program, Southern Tier Close Up, Cider Mill Playhouse Executive & Artistic Director Gail King Belokur talks about the various workshops being held this summer for students ranging in age from 7-17 and an upcoming session, to be announced, that will be geared to college students through adults.

Belokur

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