by Rob Tetro The Fulton girls lacrosse team was impressive against Chittenango during the first half of last Thursday’s game. The league-leading Lady Raiders scored 10 of its 14 total goals during the first half en route to a 14-5 win. Fulton quickly set the tone for its solid performance. The Lady Raiders had a(…)
The Fulton track and field team held its annual Fulton Athletic Booster Club Invitational last week The invitational was held at the Fulton Athletic Complex and featured several teams.
Fulton Junior High has announced its high honor roll and honor roll for the first quarter. Grade 7 High Honor Roll Alice Allen, Dustyn Arroway, Joshua Austin, Dani Avery, Collin Baker-LaBreck, Jada Ballard, Ryan Barry, Maddison Baum, Rachel Bedford, Selene Belrad, Joseph Benavidez, Collin Bennett, Alessandro Berner, Michael Boak, Haley Bort, Holly Bourgeois, McKenna Bourgeois,(…)
By Debra J. Groom Managing editor I would be remiss on this day before the holiday if I didn’t wish all Valley News readers a pleasant and thankful day. If you are gathering for a great meal with relatives and friends, you are truly blessed. If you are alone, don’t despair. There are many places(…)
Johnny L. Dodge, 59, of Fulton, died Monday, Sept. 3, 2012 at Oswego Hospital. He was born to the late Norris and Mayfred (Savoid) Dodge in Fulton. He was past employed with Nestle and Birdseye, Fulton. Mr. Dodge was pre-deceased by his siblings, Betty Morgan, Helen Warne and Lawrence Dodge, He is survived by his(…)
Catherine A. White, 80, died peacefully Sept. 5, 2012 at her son’s home in Ormond Beach, Fla. after a long illness. Mrs. White was born to the late Frederick and Anna (Butler) Clancy in Oswego. She has been a life resident of Fulton and for the last 10 years she began summering in Fulton and(…)
by Paul Mckinney There was an old apple tree that stood in the empty field at the corner of Porter and North Seventh streets. It grew silently there guarding the pathway that led to the abandoned playground at the end of Manhattan Avenue. Someone told us it was a crab apple tree. It made everyone(…)
by Peter Hunn It was likely on some rainy 1960s weekend afternoon when, hearing the pronouncement that I was bored, my mother presented me with a dog-earred copy of Reader’s Digest and then declared, “Somewhere in there, you’ll find a cure to that horrible boredom problem.” Over-dramatically at first, I perused the publication with all(…)