by Rob Tetro The Fulton girls lacrosse team was impressive against Chittenango during the first half of last Thursday’s game. The league-leading Lady Raiders scored 10 of its 14 total goals during the first half en route to a 14-5 win. Fulton quickly set the tone for its solid performance. The Lady Raiders had a(…)
The Fulton track and field team held its annual Fulton Athletic Booster Club Invitational last week The invitational was held at the Fulton Athletic Complex and featured several teams.
by Erika Johnson Prom was a success! The beautiful Landmark Theater was the place to be last Saturday night. Upon entering the venue students had the opportunity to go right upstairs to the dance floor or head downstairs for their professional pictures to be taken. The night was filled with fun and dancing and the(…)
by Carol Thompson A request for information in regard to the duties performed by the Oswego County historian yielded few documents and raised the question as to whether the county legislature must follow state law. Under the Freedom of Information Law, a request was made for all of the correspondence between County Historian Justin White(…)
by Carol Thompson The United States Postal Services has reversed its decision to close many rural postal hubs throughout the country, however, many will see a reduction in hours. For Oswego County residents, it means more than a dozen post offices will no longer be open eight hours per day. The post offices slated for(…)
by Rita Hooper I’m hooked on NPR — National Public Radio. Last week, I was listening to the Diane Rehm Show when she had Eric Rutkow on, talking about his latest book, “American Canopy — Trees, Forests and the Making of a Nation.” I intend to get a copy for my son for Christmas. The(…)
Fulton’s G. Ray Bodley High School Jazz Band is scheduled to perform at the 31st annual Fulton Memorial Day Salute Friday, May 25 at 5 p.m. The band is comprised of members of G. Ray Bodley High School and led by Terry Caviness, the high school band director. The group meets every other day during school(…)
by Carol Thompson A proposed bill before the New York State Senate has Oswego County Department of Social Services Commissioner Gregg Heffner concerned that, if passed, children could be placed in unsafe environments. “It has some danger attached to it,” Heffner said of the bill. S6678-2011. The proposed law has already passed the state assembly.(…)