Ithaca College — Adam Kinney, a graduate student occupational therapy major in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance at Ithaca College, awarded the Graduate Professional Excellence Award. The Graduate Professional Excellence Award is given to the graduate student who will be an excellent representative of the program in the professional community of occupational therapy, through clinical work, research, interdisciplinary projects, experiential learning, or work in the profession or local community.
Heidelberg University – Meghan Yost, Mexico, senior history and political science major, spring semester dean’s list.
Nazareth College – Kenneth Marshall of Fulton and Annie Viau of Central Square, graduated May 11 with master’s or doctoral degrees. Continue reading
The Oswego Opera Theater has announced its fourth annual Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, June 21 at Battle Island State Park just north of Fulton.
Oswego Opera’s annual golf tournament supports the opera’s productions, such as the recently seen Rigoletto – The Oswego Story,” and appearances by Craig Schulman. Continue reading
By Rob Tetro
The Fulton boys’ varsity lacrosse team has a 5-8 record after losing its last three of four games.
On April 25, New Hartford topped the Red Raiders 12-5. Cortland held off Fulton 10-8 on April 29. The Red Raiders knocked off Whitesboro 11-4 May 2, while Jamesville-DeWitt rolled past Fulton 16-3 May 6. Continue reading
By Rob Tetro
The Fulton varsity softball team won its last four games to improve to a 10-5 overall record.
Fulton cruised past Homer 18-6 May 9. The Lady Raiders topped county foe Hannibal 13-0 in Game 1 of a May 10 Tournament. In Game 2 of the tournament, Fulton knocked off Syracuse West 7-1. The Lady Raiders held off county rival Mexico 3-1 May 12. Continue reading
The record for catching the largest inland striped bass in New York state was recently broken, said state Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens.
Eric Lester of Campbell Hall, Orange County, caught a 60-pound female striped bass measuring 53.4 inches in length and 33 inches in girth from the Hudson River in Newburgh, Orange County May 14. Continue reading
SUNY Oswego faculty members John Kane in economics and James MacKenzie in biological sciences will join Ben Parker, academic planning and veterans services coordinator for the Division of Extended Learning, as recipients of the college President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Advisement for 2014. Continue reading
CNY Arts Center is still recruiting vendors for its fourth annual Arts Fest, which makes a return to its original downtown location from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 14.
Celebrating Arts in the Heart Gallery’s first anniversary with the addition of Arts Fest in the streets will turn the downtown corridor on First Street into a street festival for the arts with a rich history of street closures for art events.
The Gallery is located at 47 S. First St. across from the gazebo. Continue reading
By Rob Tetro
The Hannibal girls’ track and field team recently cruised past Phoenix for a 96-44 win.
Despite the lopsided score, both teams were represented in the top five of nearly every event.
Hannibal edged Phoenix in the 4×800 meter relay with a time 11:01 to the Firebirds time of 11:26. Continue reading