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Families welcome new babies

Local students achieve honors, degrees at colleges, universities

Union College – Evan States, of Phoenix, graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.

Clarkson University – Will attend this fall, Nicholas Robert Baxter of Central Square, a mechanical engineering major, who previously attended SUNY Canton; Dana L. Rowe of Mexico, a civil engineering major, who previously attended SUNY Potsdam.

Buena Vista University – Alyssa Stout, of Pulaski, graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training and exercise science.  Continue reading

Longley Brothers honored by Chrysler

Members of the Longley family at Longley Bros. Inc. in Fulton, N.Y., pictured above, received a 50-year award for Dodge from Chrysler Group’s Northeast Business Center. Pictured seated, from left, are founders Harold Longley and Earl Longley. Pictured standing, from left, are John Longley; Gene Longley, general manager; Dennis Longley, dealer principal; and Doug Longley, sales manager.
Members of the Longley family at Longley Bros. Inc. in Fulton, N.Y., pictured above, received a 50-year award for Dodge from Chrysler Group’s Northeast Business Center. Pictured seated, from left, are founders Harold Longley and Earl Longley. Pictured standing, from left, are John Longley; Gene Longley, general manager; Dennis Longley, dealer principal; and Doug Longley, sales manager.

‘ Shrek ’ production a family affair

Some of the “Shrek” cast includes, back row: Tate Shambo, Abigail Lareau, Issac and Ella Shambo, Audrey Donovan, Mason Margrey; middle: Doug Schneider, Catrina Edwards, Leah Mullen and Tegan Margrey; front row: Ethan Cliff, Gregory Thomas, Arianna Jones and Odin Mosher.
Some of the “Shrek” cast includes, back row: Tate Shambo, Abigail Lareau, Issac and Ella Shambo, Audrey Donovan, Mason Margrey; middle: Doug Schneider, Catrina Edwards, Leah Mullen and Tegan Margrey; front row: Ethan Cliff, Gregory Thomas, Arianna Jones and Odin Mosher.

The Oswego Children’s Theater’s latest production, “Shrek the Musical,” is a family affair in a couple of ways.  

First, it tells the story of two young people abandoned by their families, but Oswego Children Theater’s production of the show involves families in quite another way, in that many members of the cast and crew are related to each other.  Continue reading