By Tracy Kinne The Lake Neatahwanta Revitalization Committee raised about $2,700 at a chicken barbecue fundraiser Sept. 7 at Bullhead Point, said Mayor Ronald L. Woodward Sr. Crystal English, owner of Shannons Hotdogs by Crystal, donated her proceeds from the day to the committee. Also, core samples taken from the bottom of the lake were(…)
By Tracy Kinne Fulton city councilors agreed in a special meeting Tuesday to advertise for bids for minor repairs and painting at the VanBuren Park tennis courts. “We’re going to try to get that done this year, weather permitting,” said Mayor Ronald L. Woodward Sr. Bids are due Sept. 20.
Mount Pleasant Grange, 2825 county Route 45, Volney, will host a waffle breakfast 7:30 to 11 a.m. Sept. 21. Waffles will be topped with peaches and served with a breakfast buffet including sugar-free toppings. The New-To-You sale will be open 8 a.m. to noon upstairs at the grange that day.
By Ashley M. Casey Campaign Cabinet members of the United Way of Greater Oswego County donned fedoras, suits and sunglasses in a creative effort to present the organization’s 2014 fundraising goal of $800,000 at the 2014 Campaign Kick-off Breakfast. Rob Rolfe, recently named the sole chair of the Campaign Cabinet, explained they were inspired by(…)
446 people sign petition opposing changes brought about by conflict of interest policy; Egan appointed Volney principal By Tracy Kinne The Fulton board of education Tuesday night appointed a former superintendent as interim principal at Volney Elementary School, a few hours after a petition with 446 signatures was presented to the district saying, “We want(…)
Phoenix girls varsity soccer Player Grade Position Haley Besaw 12 Defense Megan Brown 11 Defense Caitlyn Connolly 08 Midfield Brooke Dolbear 11 Forward Marisa Dona 10 Defense Samantha Doupe 08 Forward Brooke Ensby 09 Defense Paige Ensby 11 Defense Alyssa Froio 09 Midfield Alexis Gabriele 09 Forward Isabella Garofalo 08 Defns/Goalie Kaitlyn Greer 09 Midfield(…)
By Rob Tetro The Fulton varsity football team came away with a memorable win in its season opening game against Fowler Sept. 6. Despite facing numerous challenges throughout the game, the Red Raiders never backed down. Trailing by 7 points during the fourth quarter, Fulton forced a pivotal turnover which allowed them to tie the(…)
Six students and two theater faculty members from State University College at Oswego participated in August in the world’s largest performing arts festival, taking their production of “Desdemona, A Play About a Handkerchief” to the stages and streets of Edinburgh, Scotland. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival — a monthlong kaleidoscope of more than 2,100 theater, music,(…)