The fourth annual SOS FEST (Save Our Students) three-day Christian music festival is planned for Rochester Street, Hannibal July 18, 19 and 20. There will more than 15 bands sure to please all musical tastes. There will also be mission displays, food booths, crafts, art work, merchandise displays, workshops, free waterslides and on site camping.(…)
Residents approved the new Water District #4 in voting Monday. The vote was 25 yes and 5 no. Construction on the water line extension will begin soon, said Hannibal Supervisor Ronald Greenleaf.
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The Fulton Art Association has announced the winners of the eighth annual High School Invitational Art and Photography Show. Eighty-eight students from high schools in Fulton, Hannibal, Oswego and Phoenix school districts submitted 103 pieces of artwork in fourteen different categories. The show was created to help provide encouragement and guidance to high school artists(…)
Spring has sprung and the students in Oswego County BOCES’ Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Operations program are ready to work in the dirt! The curriculum for the program is aligned with the National Utility Contractors Association, and provides adult education students an opportunity to prepare for careers in the commercial and/or residential construction industry(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES The Key Club at Hannibal High School recently inducted new members recently at a formal ceremony. Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis International, is a nationally recognized service club whose members are dedicated to their school and community. As a club, Hannibal students organize an annual Halloween party for the(…)
By Rita Hooper Remember back in the 1980s when everyone was decorating their gardens with pet rocks? They were springing up everywhere, like May flowers after April showers. Some of us wrote scripture verses on them to celebrate special occasions or words of encouragement to give to special people. Smaller ones were used for paperweights.(…)