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Lanigan students get ‘locked up’ on Oswego River

Jacob Tanner, a fourth-grade student at Lanigan Elementary School, pretends to be the captain of the Tug Urger during a recent field trip to the Fulton locks on the Oswego River.
Jacob Tanner, a fourth-grade student at Lanigan Elementary School, pretends to be the captain of the Tug Urger during a recent field trip to the Fulton locks on the Oswego River.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Fourth-graders at Lanigan Elementary School recently built on their classroom studies of geography and water navigation by getting a first-hand look at the lock system along the Oswego River. Continue reading

BOCES students learn fine art of vehicle extrication

During a vehicle extrication exercise at Oswego County BOCES, Public Safety and Justice students Aaron Davis (left) and James Peet use hydraulic equipment to cut the car’s steel frame.
During a vehicle extrication exercise at Oswego County BOCES, Public Safety and Justice students Aaron Davis (left) and James Peet use hydraulic equipment to cut the car’s steel frame.

Submitted by Oswego County BOCES

Students enrolled in the Public Safety and Justice program at Oswego County BOCES received a hands-on lesson recently as they performed a vehicle extrication in the parking lot on campus. Continue reading

Physician assistant Downey joins Oswego Health cardiology practice

Downey
Downey

Physician Assistant David Downey Jr., has joined the practice of Oswego Health Cardiologist Dr. Thomas Grady Jr.

Downey earned his physician assistant degree from Daemen College, located in Amherst, NY, and has been employed by the health system for most of his career.

“This new position offers new challenges and I like my interaction with patients and that I can focus on both patient care and education,” Downey said.  Continue reading

Oswego Health readies Harborfest fun, learning

Oswego Health continues its longstanding tradition of sponsoring the Harborfest Children’s Parade, which begins at 1:30 Friday, July 25th at Breitbeck Park and ends at Franklin Square. Following the parade, the health system will offer fun children’s activities at the park. Pictured are youngsters having fun using the putting green last year.
Oswego Health continues its longstanding tradition of sponsoring the Harborfest Children’s Parade, which begins at 1:30 Friday, July 25th at Breitbeck Park and ends at Franklin Square. Following the parade, the health system will offer fun children’s activities at the park. Pictured are youngsters having fun using the putting green last year.

Oswego Health will once again lead off Harborfest’s Children Parade and offer an afternoon of fun activities for children at Franklin Square Friday, July 25. Continue reading

Families welcome new babies