Cooperstown


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a small town in east central New York

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And there are a bunch of scoundrels already ensconced in Cooperstown.
Hoekman serves as a pianist, harpsichordist and coach for the Glimmerglass Opera in Cooperstown, New York.
Fifteenth Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, the State University of New York College at Oneonta and the National Baseball Hall of Fame, in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Cooperstown, NY.
We want the world to take notice of the contributions of superintendents, because that's how we started, we want them to get excited about their contributions and come to this place, like baseball fans flocking to Cooperstown.
Developing a rep as "the literary hustler is a little difficult," admits Whitaker, 31, who now lives clean in Cooperstown, N.
The narrow, scenic waterway south from Otsego Lake toward Oneonta takes you past farms, forests, and picturesque Cooperstown, home of baseball's Hall of Fame.
Evaluations and x-rays had to be made every two weeks by a pediatric orthopedic surgeon at Bassett Health-care in Cooperstown, New York, about an hour away from Ajai's home.
Because Cooperstown has nearly 200,000 yearly visitors, it has been labeled "the most visited village in the United States.
Aura Lunde, 18, of Cooperstown, a senior at Griggs County Central High School in Cooperstown, volunteered with the 21st Century Learning Center after-school program four days a week, tutoring children, supervising recesses, and assisting teachers with lessons.
The formula for voting will ensure not all elected will be from Cooperstown.
Action was taken there that may affect the long-term energy policy of the village, although the meeting of the Cooperstown Board of Trustees on Monday had sparse attendance.
Yesterday, they got their answer, as three of the biggest stars of the "steroids error" whiffed in their first try at admission to Cooperstown.
More ghosts in the gallery; another sixteen little-known greats at Cooperstown.