Oswego Industries raised a net profit of $6,977 at its seventh annual Golf Open June 23 at Battle Island Golf Course in Fulton. Funds raised will benefit rehabilitation programs at Oswego Industries, Inc., which has been providing services to individuals with disabilities in Oswego County since 1968. Players enjoyed themselves on the beautiful Saturday morning(…)
by Leon Archer How can one explain Alaska to anyone who has never been there? How can one describe the fishing in Alaska without sounding like he is bragging or making it all up? Well my friend, it’s not easy. I guided for seven summers in Alaska and was part owner of a lodge on(…)
Submitted by Oswego schools Cast members of the upcoming Oswego High School Drama Club production of “Lizzie Borden Took an Axe” recently took in the splendor of the Victorian Age at the Richardson-Bates House Museum at 135 E. Third St., Oswego. Historical Society president Justin White and board of trustees member Peg McKinstry guided the(…)
By Rob Tetro The Phoenix girls’ varsity soccer team is losing only one senior now that this season has ended. Phoenix girls’ varsity soccer Coach Bill Conklin, said Senior Haley Besaw led by the example of hustle. He feels Besaw will leave behind a void that will be hard to fill next season. Conklin points(…)
Wayne A. “Lucky” Howard was born June 17, 1925 in Fulton and died Oct. 14, 2012 at the age of 87 in San Diego, Calif. He was born to Belva and Charles Howard and was the eighth of nine children. He grew up in Fulton and joined the Army September 1, 1943. He was stationed(…)
Alex Clemons, 35, of Fulton died Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012 at Oswego Hospital. He was born in Papua, New Guinea and he has been a resident of Fulton since 1988. He enjoyed being a father and spending time with his family. He enjoyed all sports especially football. He attended G. Ray Bodley High School where(…)
by Rose Anthony of Fulton I am not a chairperson for any political party. My back yard is open to anyone who wants to put a sign in it. Mr. Sullivan asked to put his in my yard and I said it was okay. Mr. Holmes, you are a chairperson of the town Republican committee. You(…)
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.