by Rob Tetro The Cortland baseball team scored all 15 of its runs during the game’s first four innings in its contest against Fulton Friday. Fulton rallied at the end, but lost 15-8. Cortland scored early and often, which essentially put the game out of reach before the start of the third inning. By the(…)
by Rob Tetro East Syracuse-Minoa held on for a one-goal win against the Fulton girls varsity lacrosse team Wednesday. East Syracuse-Minoa was a little more aggressive on the offensive end, taking four more shots on goal than Fulton did. The conversion of one of the additional shots proved to be the difference in ES-M’s 9-8(…)
by Carol Thompson Governor Andrew Cuomo is expected to fill the vacancy created in the Oswego County Clerk’s Office due to the death of George Williams. Oswego County Democratic Chairman Mike Kunzwiler said that as of Thursday, the word from Albany is that the governor will appoint someone to the county clerk position through the(…)
by Andrew Henderson The City of Fulton adopted a local law Tuesday that bans “bath salts” and other similar substances and compounds in the city The law is different than other synthetic drug laws, however. It has some bite to it. “We looked at a several different laws, but all of them were just violations(…)
Harvia Chaffee, resident of Hannibal Graveside services for Harvia Chaffee, 90, of Hannibal, who died Aug. 14, 2012, will be 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 at Fairdale Rural Cemetery, County Route 3, Hannibal. She is survived by children, James Chaffee, Carol Newvine, Muriel Barkley and Donna Blake; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; sisters; nieces and nephews.
William W. Bauer, 78, of Phoenix, died Saturday, Aug. 18, 2012 at Crouse Hospital after a brief illness. He worked at Oberdorfer Foundry, Terminal Transport and the Town of Schroeppel Highway Department. He was a member of the Draft Horse Association and was a vendor at local farmer’s markets for more than 35 years. He(…)
by Pastor David Grey “God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” — Romans 8:28-29 John Piper says, “No promise in all the world surpasses the height and breadth and weight of Romans 8:28.” Properly understood, I believe that is(…)
by Jim Farfaglia They smile from slender branches, happy to have survived the winter, their sweet joy perfuming the air whenever the wind happens through. They drop off one by one and gather on the new-green grass: a fruit tree’s lucky coins, tossed on a backyard wishing pond. They look back at their(…)