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Fulton’s season ends with loss in sectional quarterfinals

by Rob Tetro The Fulton girls varsity basketball team’s season concluded with a loss to top-seeded Jamesville-DeWitt in the quarterfinals of the Section III Class A playoffs Tuesday. Jamesville-DeWitt quickly built a large lead and cruised to a 50-20 win. In the first quarter, Fulton was unable to get onto the scoreboard as Jamesville-DeWitt built(…)

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Third annual Oswego County Harvest Dinner set for Oct. 12

Fall is just around the corner, which means Oswego County farmers are busy harvesting their bounty of fruits, vegetables and meats. It also means planning is underway for the third annual Oswego County Harvest Dinner, which will take place Friday, Oct. 12. The dinner will showcase the diversity of agriculture in Oswego County by featuring(…)


Natalie Ylitalo, Fulton resident

Natalie Ylitalo, 83, of Fulton, died Thursday, Feb. 14, 2014 at Michaud Residential Health Services. She had worked at Chappell’s in Syracuse. Surviving are two sisters, Betty Burch and Leona Crisafulli, both of Fulton, and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held in the spring at Mt. Adnah Cemetery, Fulton. Foster Funeral Home,(…)

Margaret Madey, Longtime Phoenix resident

Margaret (Mullen) Madey, 100, a longtime resident of Phoenix, died Monday, Feb. 18, 2013 at Van Duyn Home and Hospital following a long illness. She was born April 24, 1912 in Phoenix. She was the daughter of Mary “Mollie” Bresnahan Mullen and John Mullen.  She spent her childhood in Phoenix, graduating from Phoenix High School.(…)


Snow day

by Leon Archer It had started out as a normal week, working at the high school where I was a media specialist, which was a new-fangled term for librarian. I was busy with the daily routines, but already looking forward to a late December duck hunt with fellow teachers, Gary Narewski and Charlie Ottmann. It(…)

Winter weather

by Roy Hodge It’s inevitable: we’re going to be talking a lot about winter weather and snow. We may as well get started. We have talked about winter and its weather surprises in past years. Here’s what we said in the Patriot March 17 1992: “Snow Gets National Attention – 47.5 Inches in Four Days.” (…)

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