By Debra J. Groom Well, another 15.8 inches of white stuff fell in Fulton from Monday through Wednesday. But believe it or not, the city still is about average when it comes to snowfall for a season, said Paul Cardinali, local weather observer. “The problem Wednesday was the blowing snow,” he said. “It was a(…)
More than 250 runners have registered for the third annual Run For Dennis. The 5K Run/Walk is scheduled for 10 a.m., March 15 to honor the memory of Oswego resident Dennis Pacheco, a victim of bladder cancer at age 51, said Jessica Newson, race director and Pacheco’s daughter. “There are less than three weeks before(…)
The Fulton Women’s Bowling Association 59th Annual Tournament is coming up in April. It will be a team event only and will be held Saturday April 5 and 6. Squad times on April 5 are 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Squad times on April 6 are 4 p.m. The event will be held at The(…)
The Fulton YMCA Speed Demons welcomed Watertown and Oneida to the Granby Elementary pool in January. Graduating Speed Demon swimmers Jake Strauss and Anna Guernsey were recognized at the Watertown meet. Guernsey has been with the team for 14 years and enjoyed swimming butterfly the most. This was Strauss’s eighth year with the Speed Demons(…)
Local author Spider Rybaak announces he’ll conduct his popular, free kids fishing classes again this year. All bait and tackle will be provided free of charge. Dates and locations are listed below. For more information, call Spider at 633-1245. Classes held at Lake Neatahwanta, May’s Point and the Oneida Lake Fish Hatchery will be in(…)
Novelis, the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling with a plant in Oswego, was honored Tuesday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a winner of its Climate Leadership Award for exemplary leadership in reducing carbon pollution and addressing climate change. Only 15 companies won the honor. Novelis was honored in the Excellence in(…)
Be sure to check back here periodically for updates: ** Fulton, Pulaski, Mexico, Hannibal and Sandy Creek schools dismissed early Thursday, Feb. 27. ** All after school and evening activities for the Oswego City School District for Thursday Feb. 27 have been canceled. ** Pulaski has no after school or evening activities. The Family Fun(…)
Oswego Mayor Thomas Gillen lifted the travel advisory in the city of Oswego as of 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27. People are advised to not park their cars in the street if off-street parking is available, as Department of Public Works crews still are plowing. Alternate side parking restrictions remain in effect.