In celebration of the upcoming Classic race at the Oswego Speedway, the Oswego Public Library will be displaying photos from past classics. The public will have the opportunity to see black and white photos of the 1957 classic winner Jack Murphy, the 1958 winner Billy Blum, winners Nolan Swift, Lee Bliss, Art Bennett and the(…)
Special musical guests The Isotopes will bring surf rock, go-go dancers and high-energy entertainment to the next Oz Roller Girls home bout, titled Highway to Hurt, Saturday, Aug. 18. The ’70s-themed bout, with Oz hosting Shoreline Roller Derby’s Salty Broads from Connecticut, will open its doors in Crisafulli Rink at 5 p.m. with a 6(…)
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.
By Debra J. Groom A public hearing on the 2014 Oswego County budget is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday in Oswego. The proposed 2014 spending plan $196.8 million. The tax levy — the amount to be raised by taxes — is $42.6 million, the same as in 2013. This means most people in the county(…)
Norma E. Sacco, 87, died Oct. 24, 2012 in Spring Hill, Fla. She was born in Oswego to Edith and Clarence Dingman. She taught school for 20 years around the Oswego area. She was predeceased by her husband, James L. Sacco Sr.; a son James Jr.; and a grandson, John L. She is survived by(…)
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(…)
by Pastor David Grey “If we live by the Spirit, let us also walk by the Spirit.” — Galatians 5:25 John Piper said, “The great problem in contemporary Christian living is not learning the right things to do but how to do the right things. The problem is not to discover what love looks like(…)
by Jim Farfaglia 33 1/3 Today’s digital music holds nothing compared to how I once held those timeless vinyl discs, each with a tiny hole that fit them so neatly atop my turntable where they slowly ran in circles and where I gently set upon them a diamond needle and listened as my(…)