by Rob Tetro The Fulton girls varsity tennis team trailed Homer by a 3-0 score following singles play Wednesday. It seemed as if the Lady Raiders were in for a long afternoon. However, Fulton didn’t quit. The Lady Raiders battled valiantly in doubles play to get back into the contest. Unfortunately for Fulton, Homer’s early(…)
by Leon Archer There were few things in my adolescent life that I looked forward to with greater anticipation than the day when I could begin hunting. By the time I was 13, I already had years of fishing experience under my belt and I had just started finding girls interesting, but my hunting experience(…)
Two people have died in a two-car crash on State Route 3 in Palermo, the Oswego County Sheriff’s office said Thursday. The crash occurred at about 8 a.m. today, Dec. 12. Deputies said a 1998 Buick occupied by three people was northbound on Route 3. The operator lost control of the vehicle and drove into(…)
The Oswego City Police Department reports it is currently investigating a possible meth lab at 98 E. Cayuga St. Oswego. The police and fire departments are currently on scene investigating. East Cayuga Street between East Eighth Street and East Ninth Street will be closed until further notice. Further information will be released as it develops.
John F. Hotaling, 58, of Fulton, died Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012 at home surrounded by his family. Born in Fulton, he was a life resident. John had previously worked for Black Creek Lumber and Mid-State Tree Service as a truck driver. He was predeceased by his parents, Gilbert and Sara (Crouch) Hotaling; three brothers, Carl,(…)
Elizabeth M. “Betty” Duffer, 74, of Clay, died Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 at home surrounded by her family. She was born in Croghan, N.Y., a daughter to the late Alice Walter and Francis Duffer and graduated from Lowville Academy in 1955. Upon graduation, she moved to Fulton where she met her first husband and started(…)
Andrew Henderson Holy cow, Phil Rizzuto! I have time to write a column! How ‘bout that, Mel Allen? This week we are going to continue to look at my all-time-weird-cool-funny-and-any-other-adjective-you-can-think-of baseball team. Sadly, the last time I wrote about the infielders on my all-adjective team, the Cardinals were in first place. Now, they are in(…)
by Roy Hodge I made a harsh discovery sometime during the first day of my retirement two years ago. I might be considered to be retired from my job at The Fulton Patriot which I held for over 50 years, but I found out on that first day that I wasn’t going to be fully(…)