by Rob Tetro The Phoenix varsity baseball team had a three-run lead going into the sixth inning of its game against Mexico Monday. Mexico, however, stifled Phoenix with an incredible rally, which allowed them to escape with a 5-4 win. Following a competitive first inning, the game was tied at 1-1. After a couple of(…)
by Rob Tetro The Fulton boys varsity lacrosse team held on for a hard fought win against New Hartford Tuesday. Despite being outscored by a goal during the fourth quarter, Fulton prevailed with an 8-7 win over New Hartford. Following the first quarter, Fulton had a slim one-goal lead over New Hartford at 3-2. Both(…)
by Terri DiGregorio The Minetto Town Board’s meeting April 8 began like any other with reports being presented, minutes being approved from previous meetings and discussions about upcoming events. However, a hand-written sign had been placed in front of the podium by Supervisor William Dodd. On the sign were excerpts from Chapters 3, 4 and(…)
by Nicole Reitz Kimberly Rombough, a ninth-grade student at G. Ray Bodley High School, proudly holds her shaved head high. She recently went bald for the third time for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation. St. Baldrick’s began as a head-shaving event and continues to be the signature event of the foundation. The Oswego County Legislature proclaimed(…)
Mary Jane House Rivera, 74, of Fulton, died Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012 at the Manor at Seneca Hill. She was born in Fulton and was a life resident. She was a cook at several local restaurants, including RFH’s. She was a life member of the Merton R. Kemp Marine Corps League Ladies Auxiliary and very(…)
Jack I. Thompson, 73, of Phoenix, died Monday October 1, 2012. Born in Phoenix to his late parents, Anne F. (Egan) and George B. Thompson on September 24, 1939, he was a United State Air Force veteran, serving from 1957 to 1961. A professional truck driver, he drove for Marsellus Casket Co. for 15 years.(…)
by Jim Farfaglia Observance I think it’s a blind sparrow, you say, drawing my attention. In silence we witness this curiosity: visionless, but aflight. She’s finding her way though, you decide. I nod, in communion.
by Karen Abbott I was fortunate to be able to attend two Memorial Day parades last week. Both of them left me pensive, agitated, and out-of-sorts. It’s hard to put my finger on any specific reasons. I don’t want to analyze it. I just know I’m really glad I went. When I was a kid(…)