Have you ever heard of a Quilt of Valor?
I hadn’t until last week when Jean Derby called me and told me that one was going to be presented to a special somebody in Hannibal…but it was a secret and I was not to tell.
Well the secret’s out, so now I can tell. The recipient of the Quilt of Valor is the Rev. Moritz Fuchs, Fulton native and a dear man, dear to the hearts of many throughout Central New York and especially to those parishioners of Our Lady of the Rosary in Hannibal. Continue reading
A Birthday For Andrew
Last week was a very busy one for our little friend Andrew.
I was told by one of the good birthday fairies circulating among our backyards that during this week we were no longer going to be able to count Andrew’s age on one hand.
Andrew would be six. Continue reading
Dear Porky & Buddy,
My neighbor has a dog that he keeps tied out behind his house. I can barely see into his backyard, but as far as I can tell the dog spends most of its time out there and there is never any food or water for it.
Is it OK if I just go over there and feed and water the dog myself when he is not home? The yard is not posted or anything.
By Julia Ludington
It seems hard to believe, but this will be my last ever Bodley Bulletin.
Senior year has been one of the best years of my life. There have been countless laughs, numerous special events, and many memories made. Continue reading
By state Sen. Patricia Ritchie
Following a long winter, motorcyclists across the Central and Northern New York region are eager to hit the road.
As summer approaches, it’s extra important for those on both two wheels and four to safely share the road.
By state Assemblyman Will Barclay
There has been some good news lately involving dairy and the local economy.
New York was recently named the top yogurt producer in the nation. This is the second year our state has earned this distinction, in large part due to the Greek yogurt producers who call New York home.