by Leon Archer Well, it’s happened. We’ve worked and played our way through another summer and fall is just over the horizon. New licenses are available and it’s time to get them and apply for our deer management permits. Goose season starts next week and don’t forget to get your new duck stamp. You can(…)
Weeks after a vicious hit in the second turn, which resulted in a near total rebuild of the No. 00 Novelis Supermodified, Oswego native Joe Gosek returned to victory lane at Oswego Speedway Saturday night. Gosek, who came from the 17th starting position, sailed past longtime leader Dave Danzer to take the top spot on(…)
Dec. 14 is a full day of holiday arts for CNY Arts Center. Two locations means twice the fun starting with Holiday Open House being held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Arts in the Heart Gallery downtown, 47 S. First St. A gingerbread house contest, free handmade ornaments while supplies last, holiday treats(…)
By Rob Tetro The Fulton varsity hockey team is 0-4-1 after its first five games of the season. Rome Free Academy cruised past Fulton 6-1 in the Dec. 2 season opener. On Dec. 4, the Red Raiders played Fayetteville-Manlius to a 3-3 tie. Oswego topped Fulton 6-2 on Dec. 6. The Baldwinsville Bees held off(…)
James Edward Daniels, 61, of Phoenix, died Thursday Nov. 1, 2012. He was born to his late parents, Bertha A. (Bittner) and C. Neil Daniels February 26, 1951 in Erie, Pa. He was a graduate of Ft. LeBoeuf High School, Waterford, Pa., where he had been president of National Honor Society; was the “King” at(…)
Norman “Tom” H. Lyons, 85, of Minetto, died suddenly Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012 at the V.A. Medical Center Hospital. He retired in 1989 after 43 years at Nestle Company in Fulton. Tom had served in the U.S. Navy from 1945-1946. He was predeceased by his parents, Kenneth and Lena Laws Lyons. and his siblings, Mason,(…)
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(…)