The Angler Achievement Awards Program established a new state record for brook trout, state Department of Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens said this week. “Almost 200 entries were submitted into the program in 2013 with more than 75 percent of those qualified under the Catch and Release Category, indicating the sound stewardship ethic of New York’s(…)
Deadline to enter Fulton women’s bowling tourney is March 30 The Fulton Women’s Bowling Association 59th Annual Tournament is scheduled for April 5 and 6. It will be team event only with squad times of 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on April 5 and a squad time of 4 p.m. on April 6 The tournament(…)
With wonderful tracery and depth, the art of Sandy Clift is on display until April on the lowest level of the Oswego Public Library. Her unique work includes many fine details and expands in one’s mind the longer it is enjoyed. She recently exhibited at the River Walk Artists First Annual National and International Juried(…)
Weather-wise, by Jim Farfaglia Winter snows keep storming in. Road conditions are slipping us up. Schools cancel and crawl back into bed. People’s smiles have been buried deep… All the while, at my feeder, a cardinal flies in and out, perches and feasts; the snow that falls on him, his coat of(…)
A show featuring “Percussion Wizard” Jeff Haynes & Co., including award-winning guitarist Sean Harkness, is coming to the Oswego Music Hall at 8 p.m. April 19. When these passionate and talented artists perform together, they create a chemistry that is as wonderful to see as it is to hear, so catching them live — on(…)
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Members of the class of 1953 from Fulton High School will have their 60th reunion Aug. 23–25. Members of other classes are welcome. For details about the festivities, call Rene Ellis Hewitt at 593-3984 or Jesse Yardley at 592-4834.
Brian Waite of Fulton earned a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy last spring. Rensselaer is America’s oldest technological research university, offering bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in architecture, engineering, information technology and web science, management, the sciences and the humanities, arts and social sciences.
On the 17th of February, 2014, Joshua “Superman” Brown, 16, of Oswego, left us and went to Heaven to become an Angel. He had a smile that would stop any tear from falling and when he hugged you, he made you feel like everything was going to be alright. Josh was the most selfless person(…)
Henry James Bonnie, 72, of Fulton, passed away Sunday Feb. 16 at Oswego Hospital. Hank was a life time resident of the Fulton area. He had retired from the City of Fulton and had also worked at Battle Island Golf Course. He was a member of Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church and was an avid(…)
Last week we observed a big day in the sports world – at least in the American sports world. The Super Bowl was in town – in every town in the U.S.A. Personally, I am not always a front row fan of professional football. I consider myself an avid Syracuse University sports fan and like(…)
By Leon Archer I was just this week talking with a friend in Florida about fishing. I was interested specifically in the fishing in the Indian River Lagoon, because it had been so poor the past couple of years. He told me it was still nothing to get excited about in the Sebastian area, but(…)