By Scott Allardice The Volney town board Nov. 13 heard an update on the progress of several water districts in the town. Bob Guminiak, an engineer with the firm C2AE, reported the MacDougall 6/45 water district work is nearly done. “By the 1st of December everything should be done,” Guminiak said. The contractor has installed(…)
By Scott Allardice The Granby town board, already shorthanded due to a resignation, was forced to cancel its meeting Wednesday Nov. 13 when only two of the remaining four board members showed up. Supervisor Ed Williamson and Councilor Matt Callen sat on the dais at the Granby town hall with the empty chairs and nameplates(…)
Oswego County Opportunities recently honored Ewlina Wojnowska and Shauntelle Farden, supervised residence counselors with OCO Mental Health Transitional Living Services of OCO’s Residential Services, with the Outstanding Employee Award. Nominated by fellow employees, the pair were recognized for their commitment, resourcefulness and dedication to OCO and those they serve.
As regular readers of The Valley News know very well, each Wednesday’s paper has a photo on the front page highlighting an event coming up in the community. Organizations, nonprofits and other groups call us to line up this spot in the paper. Our photographer, Kelly LeVea, takes the photos ahead of time and the(…)
We at The Valley News love photographs. We love photos of kids doing great work in school, people getting promotions at work, organizations conducting fundraisers for the community and people attending one of the many things to do here in Fulton and Oswego County. I’m sure readers like opening their Valley News on Wednesdays and(…)
The second weekend of the Oswego Players latest show, “On Borrowed Time,” directed by Richard Mosher will begin at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22. There will be two other chances to catch this production – 8 p.m. Saturday Nov. 23 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 24. Paul Osborne adapted the Broadway play version from the(…)
As the holidays draw near, CNY Arts Center has lots to offer. Mark your calendars! TH3, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 is Happy Hour at the Gallery for you to meet the artists and shop the gallery. With more than 30 artists on exhibit there is always something new to see. At(…)
Even with 50 years heaped upon it, even though other memories, other tragedies, have since been known, this one burns eternal: The principal’s voice over the PA, his incomprehensible news raining down on our third grade world. The classroom cut-up, trying to make a joke, as we tried to make sense of it(…)