The Fulton girls lacrosse team hosted Jamesville-DeWitt Saturday in a game that was a battle for the top spot in the league.
Even though J-D attempted eight more shots on goal, Fulton withstood the aggressive play by making the most of the shot attempts that it took.
The Lady Raiders made 81 percent of their shot in the 13-11 win, which put them at the top of the league standings.
Following a competitive first half, Fulton took an 8-6 lead into halftime. The second half was even more competitive as both teams scored five goals a piece. J-D, however, was unable to cut into the Lady Raiders’ lead as they escaped with the two-goal win.
Registration for Fulton Men’s Summer Basketball League will be held Monday, April 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.; Wednesday, May 2 from 6 to 8 p.m.; and Thursday, May 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. It will be held at the Fulton War Memorial.
Anyone interested in entering a team needs to pick up a team packet at one of the above dates.
The following are the divisions: Open A on Mondays; Open B on MOndays and Tuesdays; Open Upper C on Tuesdays and Wednesdays; and Open Lower C on Wednesdays.
As Oswego County legislators wait for a new computer use policy to be drafted, some lawmakers are calling for an employee who allegedly played a computer game while on county time to reimburse the taxpayers.
“No county employee should be spending that much time playing games on the computer and should be held accountable for it,” Minority Leader Mike Kunzwiler said, adding that the taxpayers are entitled to reimbursement of the salary collected while playing the game on county time.
As reported in the Feb. 22 issue of The Valley News, the personal Facebook page of a highly paid employee working in administration, indicated the application game Farmville was played on county time.
A majority of the records held by Oswego County are public, but the wait for those records can be lengthy.
For that reason, as well as other reasons, legislators want to discuss what steps can be taken to streamline the process.
Last month, the committee discussed not only the timeliness of fulfilling the requests, but whether a legislator should be required to submit a written request for records they need in their roles as elected officials.
The Oswego County Conservative Party Committee will hold its annual spring dinner May 3 at the Lakeview Manor, 723 N.Y.S. Rte. 3, Fulton.
The dinner will be at 7 p.m. with a cash bar from 6 to 7 p.m. The guest speaker will be Wendy Long, a candidate for United States Senate.
Long has been a New Yorker for 14 years. Raised in New Hampshire, she attended public schools and graduated from Dartmouth College. She went to Washington, D.C. during the Reagan years to work in the United States Senate for U.S. Sen. Gordon Humphrey and then U.S. Sen. Bill Armstrong.