Bowlers are being sought for the adult and junior league that bowls at 9:45 a.m. Sundays at Lakeview Lanes in Fulton. The league begins Sept. 8. Bowlers are needed for many other leagues. For information, call Lakeview Lanes at 593-8070.
By Tracy Kinne The Fulton school board heard several reports Tuesday night, including some on the district’s progress implementing the new Common Core State Standards, and listened to residents concerned about a conflict of interest policy and toxic fragrances in schools. Elizabeth Conners, executive director of instruction and assessment, handed board members two approximately 3-inch(…)
The NiMo Retirees’ Picnic will be held at noon Sept. 11 at the Fulton Polish Club Pavilion. Please bring a dish to pass. Call Jim Smith 592-5581 or Pat Wright 343-5194 for information.
Local favorites F5 will be rocking the after ride celebration of the Child Advocacy Center’s 10th Annual Blue Ribbon Ride Against Child Abuse at 5 p.m. Sept. 7 at Lighthouse Lanes, Shampine Drive in Oswego. The event includes a chicken barbecue, drawings for themed gift baskets and other items including a hockey stick signed by(…)
The Hannibal Free and Fulton Public libraries will each receive $5,000 in special state funding secured by state Sen. Patty Ritchie. Ritchie announced she has secured a second round of the funding, bringing the total aid she delivered to libraries in Oswego, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties to more than $160,000. The most recent round(…)
I found out last week that it would be hard to find a better way to spend three days than with a 2-year-old great-grandson. (It was nice to see his parents and grandparents, too). I had met Colton only once before — when he was a month old — so we had some catching-up to(…)
I imagine some of you were quite surprised to read in my last column that I had crossed the International Date Line — that imaginary line I said we crossed on our Thousand Island cruise while going from U.S. waters into Canadian waters. Well, of course, it was the International Boundary Line we crossed. The(…)
The Hannibal Central School District’s pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade Common Core Parent Night drew dozens of parents to the first in a series of informational meetings on the changes that are occurring through the implementation of the Common Core State Standards. The standards were adopted by New York state in 2011 and will be implemented across(…)