Lodi man leads deputies on pursuit through Schuyler County, speeds top 100 mph during chase

Lodi man leads deputies on pursuit through Schuyler County, speeds top 100 mph during chase

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of two individuals- one from Lodi, and another from Elmira following a vehicle chase through several communities. Edward Robinson, 30, of Lodi and Nichole Paul, 29, of Elmira were both taken into custody on ... MORE
Police: Trio accused of destroying two cars in Waterloo, arrested on felony charges

Police: Trio accused of destroying two cars in Waterloo, arrested on felony charges

Police report the arrest of three individuals following an investigation into the theft and destruction of two vehicles in October 2020. Almond Whitfield, 20, of Waterloo, as well as two individuals under 18-years-old were charged with two counts of felony grand larceny ... MORE
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Police: Seneca Falls woman charged with DWI

Police: Seneca Falls woman charged with DWI

On Saturday around 11:30 p.mm. police arrested Amber Goodman, 35, of Seneca Falls following a traffic stop on Ovid St. Police originally stopped Goodman for a moving violation. However, during the stop it was determined that she was under the influence of ... MORE
Romulus farm suffers massive loss after Vineyard Rd. fire

Romulus farm suffers massive, $150,000+ loss after Vineyard Rd. fire

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office is providing new information on a fire that was reported in the town of Romulus earlier this week. It happened on Monday around 9:50 a.m. when deputies responded to 2539 Vineyard Rd. in Romulus for the report ... MORE
Sheriff: Waterloo man sold drugs, now faces felony charges

Sheriff: Waterloo man sold drugs, now faces felony charges

The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Waterloo man following an investigation into drug sales in the village. Timothy Skinner III, of Waterloo was charged with two counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, one count of criminal ... MORE
Fayette resident files civil lawsuit in Seneca County against Cayuga Nation Police’s superintendent, Pathfinder Solutions company

Fayette resident files civil lawsuit in Seneca County against Cayuga Nation Police’s superintendent, Pathfinder Solutions company

“If Clint Halftown wants to put these people under his umbrella and claim that this represents the Cayuga Indian Nation, that’s incredibly sad.” Charles Bowman, a Fayette resident, who suffered a brutal beatdown at the hands of Cayuga Nation Police officers around ... MORE
Pedestrian on skateboard struck by vehicle in Seneca Falls

Pedestrian on skateboard struck by vehicle in Seneca Falls

Police say they investigated a personal injury crash involving a pedestrian in the town of Seneca Falls on Cayuga St. It happened on Wednesday around 10:30 p.m. when a juvenile on a skateboard entered the roadway on Cayuga St., failing to yield ... MORE
Senate confirmation of Deb Haaland carries serious stakes in reconciling Cayuga Nation conflict resolution

Senate confirmation of Deb Haaland carries serious stakes in possibly reconciling Cayuga Nation conflict resolution

“The Biden administration will not turn a complete blind eye to things, and if the Halftown faction presses their luck, I believe they will get involved.” In Washington, the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings continue chugging along for a second day to consider ... MORE
FL1 DAILY: Signs of spring at the Montezuma Audubon Center and Wetlands Complex (podcast)

FL1 DAILY: Signs of spring at the Montezuma Audubon Center and Wetlands Complex (podcast)

Despite the spring feel that Wednesday gave us we all know winter is still here. And it will stick around for a while. That said, Chris Lajewski, Center Director for the Montezuma Audubon Center, says there are plenty of signs of spring ... MORE
Galanda: U.S. Capitol insurrection, Cayuga Nation demolition share “striking similarities”

Galanda: U.S. Capitol insurrection, Cayuga Nation demolition share “striking similarities”

“There are striking similarities between what happened on Jan. 6 in the United States Capitol and what happened at Cayuga this time last year.”  Today marks the first-year anniversary of an unannounced demolition of 12 Cayuga Nation-owned properties that occurred along State ... MORE
Doug’s Fish Fry sale coming to Five Star Bank for Taylor-Brown Auxiliary

Doug’s Fish Fry sale coming to Five Star Bank for Taylor-Brown Auxiliary

The Taylor-Brown Auxiliary is sponsoring a Doug’s Fish Fry sale Friday, March 19 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Five Star Bank on Routes 5 & 20 in Waterloo. Fish sandwiches, fish dinners, shrimp and scallops will be available. Pre-orders are welcome ... MORE
IN-DEPTH: A closer look at the Cayuga Nation Civil Court ahead of tomorrow’s $600,000 lawsuit hearing

IN-DEPTH: Cayuga Nation will attempt to take its own tenants to court this week over back rent in Seneca Falls

“They dropped the papers off at the end of the road, they’re not allowed up into the driveways on our properties.”  Along Bayard St. Ext., the Cayuga Nation Police Department arrived at the property of Warren John, a proud Cayuga, who resides ... MORE
HALFTOWN: Focus on the good things the Cayuga Nation is doing

CLINT HALFTOWN: Focus on the good things the Cayuga Nation is doing

Editor’s Note: A link list at the bottom of this editorial cites each individual story published since the events of February 22, 2020. Those stories were published with cited sources, as well as official statements from those involved. While Clint Halftown does ... MORE
February 22, 2020 — a fateful anniversary for the Cayuga Nation

February 22, 2020 — a fateful anniversary for the Cayuga Nation

“Why would you need to demolish everything?” — Feb. 22, 2020 A year later, the Cayugas and their allied Nations from across North America still remember Feb. 22, 2020 — a fateful day filled with trauma and suffering, one that had been ... MORE
National Women’s Hall of Fame schedules three virtual events for March

National Women’s HOF will host three themed events for March

Three virtual programs are coming up in March. Each are hosted by the National Women’s Hall of Fame. They’re happening in collaboration with the Road Scholar program. One of those events is with the Hall’s oldest living member, 104-year-old Ruth Colvin. Here’s ... MORE