The public tennis courts on Van Buren Street in Fulton will be closed for the remainder of the season. Parks & Recreation Superintendent Barry R. Ostrander said long overdue repairs are being made to the courts and the weather has not been cooperating. The courts are being resurfaced and right now have to wait for(…)
By Rob Tetro The Phoenix varsity football teams’ struggles continued when they took on Westhill Oct. 11. Westhill wasted little time putting the game out of reach. During the second quarter, Phoenix scored its only points of the game after Westhill built a 35-0 lead. Westhill tacked on a couple of more touchdowns during the(…)
The North Volney Methodist Church will hold a classic car show Aug. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the church grounds with free admission. Registration for car owners starts at 10:30 a.m.; there is an entry fee for car owners. Those attending the show will have the chance to vote on their favorite(…)
“Fulton Idol” will take place at First United Church of Fulton, 33 S. Third St., Fulton, Aug. 5-9 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. “Fulton Idol” has been described as “a star making experience.” It is designed for youth ages 10-15 as an opportunity to develop and display vocal performances by individuals and by groups. There(…)
Large lake effect snow band is coming off Lake Ontario across central Oswego County, from Oswego to Mexico and to Pulaski. There are numerous crashes, many along Route 104. There are whiteout conditions in some places. Take care.
SUNY Oswego is canceling evening classes—those starting at 4:30 p.m. or later—on Monday, Jan. 27, due to weather.
James K. Wellwood, 81, of Sterling, died Sunday, Sept. 29 at Oswego Hospital. Born in Fulton, he was the son of the late Bernard and Charlene Wellwood and graduated from Fulton High School, class of 1950. Jim had resided in Sterling since 1982. He retired in 1995 from his position with Oswego County after 11(…)
Minnie E. Halstead, 81, of Martville died Monday at St. Luke Health Services in Oswego. Born in Sterling, she was a resident of the Sterling area since 1963, previously living in North Dakota. Minnie had worked at Sealright Co. in Fulton and Dad’s Dinner in Hannibal. She enjoyed sewing, crafts and watching birds, especially hummingbirds.(…)
by Leon Archer If you are under the age of 70, you have probably known people who were adults during the Great Depression, and if you are very much older than 70 you actually experienced at least the end of it. The Depression created an excessive number of hoarders, and you may have chuckled about(…)