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After an Adirondack Snowstorm, by Jim Farfaglia The world is black and white again; uncomplicated… even a mountain range of fir trees softly darkens and every branch, bush and boulder gently hold a million  flakes, so quietly balanced, like life here where a telephone wire’s sole purpose is to guide me on the pathway of(…)

Milestones

Credit union awards scholarships

Oswego County Federal Credit Union  awarded five college-bound high school seniors $500 John Powers/Jean Pasco Memorial scholarships at the recent annual meeting, it was announced by William Carhart, chief executive officer. The winners are: Tory Jaskula, who will be attending Skidmore College majoring in physics Leah Weiss, who will attend Western New England College of(…)

Surprise party marks twin sisters’ 90th birthday

Twins Pearl (Tetro) Canale and Julie (Tetro) Holt celebrated their 90th birthday with family and friends June 29, 2013. A surprise party was held at the Riverside Inn in Fulton, hosted by their children: Vic (Brenda) Canale, Sandra Holt, Leo (Sharon) Holt, Robert (Melinda) Canale and Ray (Karin) Holt. Born June 29, 1923 in Fulton,(…)

Obituaries

Robert “Bob” Hughes, WWII veteran, longtime printer

Robert “Bob” Hughes, 89, of Fair Haven, passed away on March 8, 2014 with his family by his side in Syracuse, NY. Left to cherish his memory are his wife and best friend of 65 years, Betsy Hughes; his children, Robin (John) Thomas of Seattle, WA, Debbie (Ralph) Stamp of Cleveland, NY,  Jody (Marty) Satalin(…)

Gregory A. Case, corrections officer, loved outdoors

Gregory A. Case, 55, of Red Creek, passed away on Tuesday, March 11 at Auburn Community Hospital after a brief illness and a long battle with multiple sclerosis. He was a graduate of Red Creek Central High School, class of 1977. Greg retired in 1998 as a corrections officer after 15 years at Butler Correctional(…)

Columnists

Jerry’s Journal, March 8

If you read my last journal you know that Peter Palmer was born with one arm, has a driver’s license but loves to walk (especially across the Lower Bridge on his way downtown), is a devout Catholic and once entered a monastery, is retired from the Oswego County Social Service Department after 32 years, is(…)

Hodgepodge, March 8

Tales of winters past The older generations have always told stories of winters of their younger days to their children and grandchildren. You know — the ones that start out, “Back when I was a kid in the winter time …” It was likely that I had heard tales about my grandparents coping with big(…)

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