Law enforcement officials search for the car that was in the Oswego River on Friday. Photo by Duane St. Onge
On Friday June 13, police officials found and removed the car that had been reported seen in the Oswego River in Fulton.
Also found in the car is what police believe are human remains. Media reports from over the weekend state the car could be that of Carol Wood, who was last seen leaving an Oswego business in 1996 in her 1993 red Toyota Corolla.
A Father’s Day Breakfast Buffet is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon Sunday June 15 at Masonic Lake City Lodge No. 127.
Dads can eat for free with a minimum of one paid ticket.
Lake City Lodge buffet usually includes French toast, pancakes, home fries, eggs, bacon and sausage, coffee, milk, juice and water.
The buffet is all-you-can-eat. Take out is available. To order take-out, or for more information, call 207-0127.
The lodge’s Masonic Hall is at 765 E. Seneca St., Oswego just past Centro Bus terminal and the recycling station.
A Fathers Day breakfast is scheduled for 8 a.m. to noon, Sunday June 15 at the Elks Lodge, Pierce Drive in Fulton.
Ron Nix demonstrates fly tying. He will be at Lakeside Artisans June 19.
Free art demonstrations will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. every Thursday at Lakeside Artisans, 191 W. First St., Oswego. Continue reading
Oswego Players’ actress/producer Tammy Wilkinson, director Inez Manor Parker and Michael Cali of Cali’s Carriage House Florist are together to announce the GYPSY contest which is underway now through June 29.
The Oswego Players have joined forces with Cali’s Carriage House Florist to present a contest inspired by the up-coming Oswego Players Production of the musical “Gypsy.” Continue reading
Above is a reproduction of the “At the Mercy of Neptune” painting. At right is a poster from the Kindred Spirits art exhibit set to open at the H. Lee White Marine Museum in Oswego. the exhibit will be on display now through Aug. 31. The museum is located at 1 E. First St., Oswego.
“This exhibit represents a homecoming for me”, Don Gillespie said, speaking of his KINDRED SPIRITS art exhibit at the H. Lee White Marine Museum in Oswego. Continue reading
Mayor Thomas W. Gillen of Oswego has chosen Mark J. Slosek as new city historian.
Slosek is a retired school administrator and former American history teacher, whose career in public education spanned 39 years of service with the Fulton school district.
He received his bachelor’s in history and education from Niagara University and a master’s in history and a certificate of advanced study in school administration from SUNY Oswego. Continue reading
The grand opening for Yoberry Frozen Yogurt Bar in Oswego is Sunday June 15.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The new store is at 250 W. Seneca St., Oswego and serves 160 different flavors of frozen yogurt and 60 different toppings.
The business also offers a reward program — for every dollar spent, a patron gets one point. For 40 points, the patron gets a free 8-ounce frozen yogurt. Continue reading
Oswego Speedway’s ISMA top three. Second place Rob Summers, winner Mike Lichty and third Chris Perley. Photos submitted by Jim Feeney
Oswego Speedway is considered by many to be the home of the Supermodifieds.
It’s also proving to be Mike Lichty’s personal playground.