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.
By Rob Tetro When talking to Fulton Junior Varsity Wrestling Coach Jeff Waldron, he suggests that the Fulton wrestling program is as strong as it’s ever been. This season, Fulton’s varsity and junior varsity teams will have a combined 70 athletes. Waldron will coach 55 of those wrestlers on the JV squad. But, just a(…)
A budding watercolor painter from Palermo was selected to have her artwork grace the office of state Sen. Patricia Ritchie through her “Senator Patty Ritchie Celebrates Local Artists” program, an initiative organized to highlight local talent from Central and Northern New York. Nearly two dozen artists have been featured through the program, which showcases local(…)
Leonard “Lenny” Calkins, 73, of Fulton, died Wednesday, September 5, 2012 at home. He was born in Toledo, Ohio, a son to the late William D. and Rose M. Wright. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and then re-enlisted in the U.S. Army where he was stationed in Thailand during the Vietnam War. He(…)
Raymond “Whitey” Weller, 86, of Baldwinsville, died Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. He was born in Lysander to his late parents, Lulu (Hammond) and Leslie Weller, May 11, 1922. He was a U.S. Navy veteran, serving on the USS Guam during World War II. He was employed by Leasway Trucking and later he became the manager(…)
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(…)
by Roy Hodge I was wondering recently what I would write my next column about. I was thinking that during 33 years of writing this column I may have covered just about everything. So I started down the list that my wife made for me when she re-typed every column and put them in order.(…)