SUNY Oswego School of Education faculty member Jacquelyn Kibbey will coordinate a multigenerational art exhibition titled “Generations IV: A Master of Arts in Teaching Exhibition” starting Friday, March 14, in Tyler Hall’s Tyler Art Gallery. The exhibition, running through April 19, will kick off at 5 p.m. Friday, March 14, with an artists’ reception at(…)
After more than six weeks of rehearsals, the cast of Willy Wonka, Jr. prepares for the musical opening March 14 at CNY Arts Center, located in State Methodist Church at 357 State St. in Fulton. The production, featuring more than 30 local children, will run for two weekends March 14, 15 and 21 at 7:30(…)
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES Notable Hannibal High School alumni, staff members and community members will have a chance to shine in the public spotlight as Distinguished Hannibal Warriors during an event in June. The nomination deadline is quickly approaching. The public has until March 15 to nominate an individual for the inaugural recognition, essentially(…)
Board members of the Best Development of the Arts presented local author Craig Abbott a check to help him toward funding his dream of getting his autobiography published. Abbott, 24, lives in Fulton, and is thought to be the oldest survivor of Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type-1 who is not connected to a ventilator for life(…)
“His lord said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.” Matthew 25:23 The words, “Well done, good and faithful servant,” are often repeated. Indeed, it is the wonderful acclamation any servant(…)
FitzGibbons Insurance owner John FitzGibbons sponsors the “FitzGibbons Insurance Athletes of the Month” in cooperation with the Oswego Buc Boosters Club. Oswego High School “Athletes of the Month” for January were hockey players Zach Zerrahn, senior, boys hockey and Allie Rodgers, freshman, girls hockey. Each received a $25 gift certificate for rivers end bookstore.
By state Sen. Patricia Ritchie From sowing crops by hand and working the land with simple wooden plows to employing new and advanced technologies to grow better — and more — crops, agriculture has come a long way since it first took root in the United States. Illustrating these changes is the newly-released U.S. Department(…)
By Assemblyman Will Barclay This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Surgeon General’s report on Smoking and Health. That report, issued in 1964, was the first federal government report linking smoking to ill health, including lung cancer and heart disease. The news was a wake-up call to America. Following the landmark report, government(…)