Fulton Park for Friday April 11 is Voorhees Park

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Twenty stones looking like this one are hidden in Voorhees Park.

 

Find one and begin your collection of stones from the various parks in Fulton. Each day a different park will be highlighted on this Valley News website — find out what the park of the day is and go there to find a stone.

 

By April 19, folks should have collected 10 stones. Bring them to a ceremony at 4 p.m. April 22 in Recreation Park to win a small prize.

 

Tennis scores

Here are scores from boys’ tennis, East Syracuse Minoa versus Fulton.

Singles

Brandon Stone (ESM) d. Brad Crofoot (Fulton) 6-1, 6-0

Tyler Underwood (East Syracuse-Minoa) d. Zach Perry (Fulton) 6-1, 6-2

Carlos Feliciano (Fulton) d. Jeff Episcopo (ESM) 6-4, 6-2

Mark Parry (Fulton) d. Michael Bullis (ESM) 6-2, 6-0

Doubles

Jacob Strauss & Benjamin McKay (Fulton) d. Lucas Eastman and Connor Bayly (ESM) 6-1, 6-2

AJ Laury and Andrew Kerik (ESM) d. Dakota Stoutenger and Bayley Raponi (Fulton) 6-3, 3-6, 6-2

Seth Reidy and Joel Feliciano (Fulton) d. Brett Dufore & Ryan Vollmer (ESM) 7-5, 6-4

Fulton man charged with attempted rape

 

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A Fulton man has been charged with four felonies stemming from an investigation by the Fulton Police Department.

Earl C. Dedeaux, 41, of West Second Street, was arrested April 7 and charged with:

Att. to Commit Crime/Rape 1st Class C Felony

Strangulation 2nd Class D Felony

Assault 2nd Class D Felony
Unlawful Imprisonment 1
st Class D Felony

Dedeaux is accused of attempting to forcibly engage in sexual intercourse with the victim. During the course of the assault, Dedeaux hit the female victim several times about the face, neck, and chest, and also choked the victim, restricting her breathing. According to the New York State Sex Offender Registry, Dedeaux is listed as a Level 2 sex offender.

Dedeaux was arraigned by Fulton City Court Judge Hawthorne on April 7 and sent to the Oswego County Correctional Facility without bail.  

State provides money to fix roads damaged by harsh winter

The state on Thursday announced it is providing $40 million to help local governments make necessary repairs to highways and bridges following this year’s exceptionally harsh winter.

This funding, passed as part of the 2014-15 state budget, is a special one-time allocation to compliment the $438 million in existing State support for local transportation infrastructure.

All counties, cities, towns and villages will receive capital assistance through the program.

Localities will be able to use this money on capital projects to repair and improve infrastructure and to complement their core construction programs. To help brace for future storms, longer lasting roadway surfacing and overlay projects are eligible expenses.

Here are amounts for Oswego County and its cities, towns and villages:

Oswego County  $289,598.09

Fulton $33,490.12

Oswego $50,578.72

Albion $14,401.27

Amboy $9,024.27

Boylston $6,104.27

Constantia $16,496.90

Granby $15,829.89

Hannibal $15,539.90

Hastings $14,483.91

Mexico $18,622.88

Minetto $2,243.99

New Haven $10,097.00

Orwell $10,834.53

Oswego Town $10,949.81

Palermo $10,865.92

Parish $12,923.89

Redfield $8,244.69

Richland $16,781.46

Sandy Creek $12,332.61

Schroeppel $14,157.51

Scriba $11,530.22

Volney $16,590.23

West Monroe $9,604.68

Williamstown $7,247.50

Central Square $2,158.20

Cleveland $3,583.06

Hannibal $1,681.16

Lacona $1,186.33

Mexico Village $4,352.19

Parish Village $971.87

Phoenix $5,020.25

Pulaski $4,048.17

Sandy Creek Village $416.99

Oswego,Subtotal $661,992.48

Do these photos belong to you?

This photo has writing on the back stating it is a first grade from St. Mary’s in Fulton in April 1948. It also lists the names of some of the children in the photo.
This photo has writing on the back stating it is a first grade from St. Mary’s in Fulton in April 1948. It also lists the names of some of the children in the photo.

A couple of photographs were found this week in the Valley News archives and we would like to return them to their rightful owners.

We’re hoping there are folks still here in town that either know who the people are in the photos or know who the photographs belong to.

If you have any information, call us at 598-6397.

This photo has no names or date written on it. It shows two dapper military men enjoying a laugh.
This photo has no names or date written on it. It shows two dapper military men enjoying a laugh.

Fulton Park for Thursday April 10 — Hulett

4-10_FULstoneHULETT Twenty stones looking like this one are hidden in Hulett Park.

Find one and begin your collection of stones from the various parks in Fulton. Each day a different park will be highlighted on this Valley News website — find out what the park of the day is and go there to find a stone.

By April 19, folks should have collected 10 stones. Bring them to a ceremony at 4 p.m. April 22 in Recreation Park to win a small prize.

New company in Phoenix welcomes worldwide visitors April 9 and 10

SAM North America LLC, a member of the SAM Group based in Seoul, South Korea, is bringing in customers from around the world April 9 and 10 to their recently dedicated Extrusion Technology Center at the Oswego County Industrial Park in Phoenix for a tour and demonstration. 

More than 50 attendees are anticipated to attend during the two days to learn about the capabilities of the newest coextrusion coating, laminating and film casting system available for contract product development in flexible packaging converting in North America. 

The system offers a unique combination of technologies of keen interest to converters and consumer product companies anxious to develop the next generation of flexible packaging products; from in-line solution coating and surface treatment to 14 layer coextrusion.  This system provides the capabilities with resin drying and blending  and unique extruder feedscrew designs to evaluate new materials in new combinations to extend product shelf life or reduce package thickness or introduce bio-based materials into package design for more sustainable packaging.  

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