Austin D. France has completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C., where he successfully completed 13 eeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally.
During basic training, France was awarded an Expert Badge for Shooting Skills at the rifle range qualifications. Continue reading
Kyle W. Brayton, of Fulton, graduated with distinction from SUNY Oswego May 17 with a bachelor’s in public accounting and a master’s in business administration.
Brayton recently was honored as a recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence from the State University of New York the university system’s highest honor. Continue reading
The growing season will soon begin for the Fulton Community Garden Project.
Members of the Nutrition Collaboration of Oswego County met recently at John Lincoln Park in Fulton to ready the garden beds for planting. Continue reading
Hannibal Girl Scout Troop 10248 will host a spaghetti dinner from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday May 31 at the Granby Fire Hall, 1400 County Route 8.
Proceeds will help the scouts travel to New York City and also buy the books they need.
Oswego County Sheriff’s Office
William A. Bates-Congdon, 49, of 6519 Sadler Rd., Waxhaw, NC, was arrested at the Oswego County Correctional Facility and charged with two counts of first-degree sodomy, a felony, and first-degee course of sexual conduct against a child, a felony, stemming from the investigation into incidents that occurred at a Scriba residence from the spring of 1997 until March 24, 2000. Continue reading
The Fulton Public Library is launching a Teen Advisory Council in an effort to make the library more inviting to teens.
The first meeting of the group is at 4 p.m. June 5. Continue reading
The Oswego County Salvation Army needs help from the community to continue helping people this year. Major James Purvis, executive director, said the local Salvation Army is facing a $25,000 shortfall in the budget. And this comes at a time when the Army is helping more and more people, Purvis said. Continue reading