by Rob Tetro With the season concluding, the Hannibal girls varsity track and field team bids farewell to six seniors. They are Shannon Davenport, Sierra Ingersoll, Melanie Licatese, Maddy Mikalsen, Karolina Severova and Taylor Sorell. According to Coach Sue Friedrich, these departing athletes leave behind a legacy that not only emphasizes the importance of team(…)
by Rob Tetro Fulton boys’ varsity tennis coach Matt Goodnaugh suggested that his team will have to find new resources of leadership next spring. After all, his team is losing nine seniors to graduation. Alex Bawarski, Nate Deavers, Neil Devendorf, Brian Garrett, Joe Medico, Zach Mizener, Eric Naioti, Dan Wahl and foreign exchange student Worapaj(…)
By Debra J. Groom CNY Arts Center has an opportunity to put all of its locations under one roof and expand its space to provide more arts events to the city. But, it needs money. Executive Director Nancy Fox said a building has been donated to the center, but directors need about $35,000 to gain(…)
Check this out. Oswego Town’s own Dr. Mary Walker makes the New York Times. Go to http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/12/02/i-wear-my-own-clothes/?smid=fb-share&_r=0 to see the blog entry.
John J. Isham, 88, a life-long resident of Oswego County, died recently after a short illness. He was predeceased by his parents, Edna (Timerson) Isham and Harry Isham. Surviving are his siblings, Fern Isham, Barbara (Robert) Hanley of Syracuse, and Richard Isham of Lockport; and several nieces and nephews. He served honorably with the United(…)
F. Irene Blake, 86, of LeRoy and formerly of Palm Coast, Fla., died Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 at the LeRoy Village Green Nursing Facility. Mrs. Blake was born December 19, 1925 in Fulton, a daughter of the late David and Elizabeth (Howard) Griffiths. She had recently relocated to LeRoy from her home of 24 years(…)
As soon as I started writing this column I realized that I had written about “comics” before. But that didn’t stop me – I kept going. The fact that I have found myself writing about the newspaper “funnies” a few times may say something about my choice of reading material, or what I like to(…)
by Karen Abbott Help me understand 4G. Not the mechanics of a network, I’m beginning to grasp that after a few run-throughs with techno geeks. Help me understand the “need for speed,” as the commercial says. I had to shake my head at the last commercial I’ve seen about these supposedly-great 4G networks. Two married(…)