A French and Indian War Encampment is set for June 28-29 at fort Ontario.
Regular admission will be charged. Come see living history demonstrations, 18th century music, children’s period games, lectures, life in French, British, Colonial and Native American camps, drills and battle reenactments.
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By Rob Tetro
The Hannibal girls’ varsity track and field team recently came in second in the Class B, Section 3 Championships with a score of 98 points and the Lady Warriors had three Sectional Championship athletes on the team.
Oswego County offers plenty of places for fishing, like the state State Boat Launch at Mexico Point, for New York’s free fishing weekend. You might even see some other wildlife go by. Photo by Oswego County Tourism
By Spider Rybaak
Have you ever found yourself looking out over a lake or stream and suddenly feeling the urge to go fishing?
Perhaps you’ve been held back by the thought of dishing out your hard-earned money on something you’re not sure of?
Well, the authorities understand and the state Department of Environmental Conservation offers an annual Free Fishing Weekend to help you get started. Continue reading
A benefit to help the family of Dylan Blair pay for funeral expenses is scheduled for 5 to 7:30 p.m. July 10 at the Hannibal American Legion.
Dennis James, a friend of the Blair family, said the benefit will be donation only — attendees pay whatever they want. There will be a spaghetti dinner served and other items available.
Fulton, Hannibal and Phoenix boys and girls varsity track and field teams recently took part in the Hannibal Sports Boosters Invitational. Continue reading
Here are local college students who have graduated, earned awards or been named to dean’s or president’s lists at their colleges:
Lander Ezama poses at his host family’s home in Hannibal with the Mattesons’ dogs, Bessie and Maggie. Photo courtesy of Lander Ezama
By Ashley M. Casey
When 15-year-old Lander Ezama first arrived in Hannibal, the only “football” he’d ever encountered was soccer.
He’d never had a pet, and he’d always lived in a city.