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Assemblyman Will Barclay, R-Pulaski, reported today that the Assembly has failed to repeal the SAFE Act, the gun control law that went into effect in 2013. . Here is his statement: “The Majority controlled Assembly Codes Committee stopped all efforts to repeal the SAFE Act this week. They ensured that this repeal would not make it(…)
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Born in a Grocery Store? When I was born, my parents lived in the house attached to the family’s Red & White Grocery Store in Syracuse’s Valley section, which is why I suppose, that during my early years I may have thought that I was born in a grocery store. I lived there with my(…)
Don Distin, of Fulton, has been named to the Class of 2014 for the New York State Athletic Administrators Hall of Fame. He and others were installed into the Hall of Fame March 14 at the Saratoga Hilton in Saratoga Springs. This was part of the New York State Athletic Administrators annual conference and Dave(…)
The annual Spring Live and Silent Auction at Oswego Community Christian School is today (April 5) at the Elks Lodge in Oswego. The silent auction is from 1 to 2:30 p.m. and the live auction is 2:30 to 4 p.m. There also are some special drawings. Visit the school’s website at 22.myoccs.org for more information.(…)
Buccaneer Bulletin, the official newspaper of Oswego High School, has begun a new website. The website is accessed at www.buccaneerbulletin.com and opened for public access April 1. “This has been a fun collaboration between the people at iHeart Oswego and the staff at Buc Bulletin,” said Rachel Purtell, webmaster of the new Buccaneer Bulletin website.(…)