Good News around the Southern Tier, Week of Jan. 11

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Local camel heads to New Jersey
Marty, an 8 month-old dromedary that was raised at Animal Adventure in Harpursville recently found a new home at the Cape May County Zoo in New Jersey. Full story here.

MLB umpires teach local officials
Being an umpire takes a lot of patience, practice and a solid understanding of the rules. Local umpires recently learned lessons from people who’ve been on the biggest stage in baseball. Full story here.

6th graders visit Seton high school
The 6th grade visit has been a staple of the district for many years. Full story here.

Emergency responders thank Tioga Downs owner
Emergency responders in Tioga Center have purchased new equipment thanks to Tioga Downs owner Jeff Gural. Full story here.

Can-maker coming to Tioga County
A Philadelphia-based metal packaging manufacturer will be opening a new facility in the Southern Tier. Full story here.

Students exercise body and mind with drumming
Chenango Bridge students were exercising their muscles and their brains Monday while drumming to music. Full story here.

B.U., SUNY Broome receive funding to promote diversity
Binghamton University and SUNY Broome are receiving additional state money to promote diversity and increase access to higher education. Full story here.

Winning Powerball ticket sold in Endicott
Ticket sold at Friendly Food Mart has won $50,000 from Powerball drawing. Full story here.

B-Sens hold annual career fair
The Binghamton Senators are helping their job-seeking fans find a career. Full story here.

Canstruction competition returns to Oakdale Mall
The Oakdale Mall will once again be under “can-struction” to benefit hungry people in our area. Full story here.

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