Oswego High School senior Emily King, who will graduate in June, has received the Elmer G. Hadlow Memorial Music Scholarship, which is awarded annually to an Oswego High School student who pursues an education and/or career in music. Continue reading
By Julia Ludington
Students at G. Ray Bodley, especially seniors, have a busy week ahead of them. Continue reading
Many Oswego County law enforcement personnel are joining state and federal law enforcement officers to carry the Special Olympics “Flame of Hope” throughout New York this week.
This is leading up to opening ceremonies at the 2014 Special Olympics New York Summer Games Friday, June 6 at University at Buffalo.
One leg of the torch run went from Oswego to Fulton. Continue reading
Participants in the Leadership Oswego County Youth program honored area veterans with a special appreciation picnic luncheon at Camp Hollis in Oswego.
Working with the Oswego County Veterans Agency, the students welcomed more than two dozen veterans and their guests to Camp Hollis. Continue reading
The Lamson Grange is having a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday May 30 and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday May 31.
Lunch and baked goods will be available daily.
Lamson Grange is located at 9108 Fenner Road, Lysander, corner of Lamson Road and Fenner Road.
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Many business owners rely on a web developer to create and maintain their website.
This may leave them vulnerable if they don’t have a basic understanding of web terminology.
Evelyn LiVoti will review basic web terminology and show how to maintain control over your website at the next Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training’s (WNET) monthly breakfast meeting at 8 a.m. Thursday, June 5 at the SUNY Oswego Phoenix Center in the Oswego County Industrial Park, outside Phoenix. Continue reading
County residents pursuing a career in the health care field may be able to receive some extra financial aid courtesy of the Rural Health Network of Oswego County.
Program Coordinator Danielle Wert said the group will once again offer scholarships to Oswego County residents who are enrolled or have been accepted in to a university/college or recognized program and are pursuing a major in the health care field. Continue reading