The Louisville Slugger name has become synonymous with baseball, but in the Port City another name is recognized for its wood-crafted contributions to the sport: Oswego County BOCES Career and Technical Education.Continue reading →
The warm sun shining, the rhythmic sound of waves lazily lapping the shoreline, and the joyful laughter of students enjoying the great outdoors … these were all part of Oswego County BOCES Camp Hollis Fun Day. Continue reading →
The American Red Cross encourages blood donors to help prevent a summer shortage by rolling up a sleeve to give. Donors of all blood types are urged to schedule an appointment now, especially those with types O negative, B negative and A negative. Continue reading →
Invasive Species Awareness week is July 6 to 12 and the local organization wants people living and visiting Oswego County to learn more about these species and how to keep them from spreading. Continue reading →
The Oswego County Farm Bureau is partnering with the New York Farm Bureau Foundation for Agricultural Education on a new pilot program to help people better understand where their food comes from. Continue reading →
A study led by SUNY Oswego faculty member Amy Bidwell brings new light to negative effects of high-sugar diets, plus how physical activity can have positive counter-effects.
Bidwell, who teaches in Oswego’s health promotion and wellness department, found that just adding 75 grams of fructose — two 20-ounce lemon-lime sodas — to the daily diet of healthy participants caused massive increases in cholesterol and other markers that can threaten heart and other health. Continue reading →