Family, friends, residents and staff of Michaud Residential Health Services gathered recently to take part in an inter-faith Memorial Service held in honor of residents who have passed away during the previous year. “We invited all gathered to join us in remembrance of those who have gone before us, and those we had the pleasure(…)
There’s nothing quite like the look of a child’s face on Christmas morning as they discover their presents under the tree. To ensure that that scene plays out in as many Oswego County homes as possible, the Oswego County Children’s Fund has begun their annual drive to collect toys for less fortunate children in Oswego(…)
By Debra J. Groom People around Oswego County are pouring onto social media leaving tributes for Vincent R. Caravan, former publisher and owner of The Valley News. Caravan, 91, died Sunday at his Fulton home. By Sunday night, photos were posted on Facebook of old times at The Valley News and former employees and others(…)
Look for districts that are highlighted in black — those are the contested races. Those with the largest numbers of votes from Tuesday’s balloting have two asterisks before their name. Many close races will be decided after recounts and counting of absentee ballots. So far there are a number of close races in the Oswego(…)
A military exhibit is planned during the Oswego Elks Veterans Day dinner from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday Nov. 8 at the Elks Lodge, 132 W. Fifth St., Oswego. The exhibit is open to the public and is sponsored by the Oswego Elks and Vashaw’s Collision Service.
Check back here tonight for election results. We will be posting results for contested races as they come in to the Oswego County Board of Elections. Results will be posted once 100 percent of the vote is in from the various legislative district, cities or towns. We also will keep an eye on the state(…)
Get out and vote today at your polling place. All of the county legislators are up for election this year and there’s an election for county treasurer. Also, most towns have elections for town board members, town clerks and town justices. A number of towns also have referendums concerning changing the length of term for(…)
Braving the cold and windy conditions on Saturday, over 50 people came to Great Bear Springs for a tree pruning presentation. With the orchard trees having been unattended for more than 30 years, the apple trees were ideal for demonstrating. Fernando Araya a local arborist was the presenter and instructor. Fernando formatted the program so(…)