Here are the Phoenix seniors playing winter sports who have been recognized for their achievements: Boys Basketball Bryce Plante Austin Furco Emilio Tassone Nick Tassone Dylan Doupe Brian Sawyer Brandon Wood Girls Basketball Kimberly Holbrook Alexandra Wilson Boys Indoor Track Anthony Brienza Ralph Casillo Mike Girard Eric Hillpot Mike Leach Andy Padula(…)
By Dan Farfaglia Last weekend at the Times Union Center in Albany, top high school wrestlers from around New York state assembled to determine who were the best in each weight class for the 2013-2014 season. Six wrestlers from Oswego County representing Section 3 competed in the two state tournaments. Fulton`s Mitch Woodworth and Travis(…)
CNY Arts Center has a date night planned for Valentine’s Day — Friday, Feb. 14. “Searching for Eden: The Diaries of Adam and Eve” will be presented in conjunction with a dinner. The play stars Peter and Kelly Mahan and in Act One is loosely based on the Mark Twain classic “The Diaries of Adam(…)
60s Music, by Jim Farfaglia “Send ‘em back to England,” my dad said, as The Beatles shook their mopheads on the Ed Sullivan Show— but imagine our world with no Strawberry Fields, with never knowing Eleanor Rigby, without having Eight Days a Week? People laughed at The Mamas & Papas: skinny Michelle,(…)
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Kali C. Kearns was named to the dean’s list at Syracuse University for both the fall and spring semesters. Her overall grade point average for the past two years is 3.91. Majoring in public health, she is also a member of the Renee Crown University Honors Program. In addition, she is a member of Alpha(…)
Three local residents were among 1,371 students from Ithaca College who received degrees during the college’s commencement ceremony held in May 2013. Aileen Razey, a resident of Pennellville, graduated from Ithaca College’s School of Music with a major in music education. Lucy Hall, a resident of Mexico, graduated from Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School(…)
Joyce Louise Kenny, 72, of Granby, entered into eternal life on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014 after a long illness. She was born Aug. 4, 1941 in Fulton, a daughter to the late Samuel and Katherine Kenny and lived all her life in the Fulton area. Joyce graduated from Hannibal High School and worked at the(…)
Beatrice J. Lyons, 95, of Scriba, passed away Monday Feb. 10 at Michaud Residential Health Services. A native of Oswego, Bea had lived in the area for many years and enjoyed gardening. She was predeceased by her husband, Milton “Mickey” Lyons, who passed away in 1983 and her infant son, Kenneth. Bea will be greatly(…)
“It is God Who works in me both to will and to do for His good pleasure.” (Phil. 2:13). Nothing is more important in the life of the children of God than becoming fully persuaded that God does indeed lead his children on their journey from earth to heaven. Besides building your confidence in(…)
This past week, Gov. Cuomo presented his 2014 State of the State address. For the first 30 minutes of the approximately one-and-a-half hour speech, the Governor reviewed what he saw as successes during his first three years in office. During this part of his speech, his main point was that state government, which has often(…)