A free kids’ fishing class is being offered from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 19 at Lake Neatahwanta. The class is sponsored by Sider Rybaak and McGrath & Associates Carp Angling Services. Children can come even if they don’t have fishing equipment. Loaner Shakespeare rods and reels will be available. Free bait and tackle,(…)
When I was just a little duffer, I used to go looking under rocks in Little Sandy creek for what I called crabs. They were actually crayfish, but everyone called them crabs, not just me. Back in those days, bass fishermen would pay 5 cents apiece for them without blinking an eye, and I picked(…)
CNY Arts Center’s second annual Arty Day Camp will run July 15-19 and Aug. 19-23 at the State Street Methodist Church in Fulton. The camp will offer students a choice of art, writing, dance and theatre classes along with lunch and afternoon group art projects from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Art classes with Kendra(…)
“What Do Your Words Say About You?” is the latest class for young writers being offered by the Fulton Public Library. For youth ages 8-13, the week-long program will feature engaging activities for those who love to write and want to improve their skills. The program will take place at the library from July 29(…)
It’s cold out. If you need to find out exactly how cold, with the wind, check out this chart from the National Weather Service.
The Alzheimer’s Association, Central New York Chapter has announced that today’s Alzheimer caregiver support group at The Manor at Seneca Hill in Oswego has been canceled due to the weather. The meeting will not be rescheduled.
Edith I. Pierce, 81, formerly of Fulton, passed away Aug. 30 at Crouse Hospital. Born in Berlin, Germany, she had lived in the Fulton-Hannibal area since 1957. She was a skilled tailor and had retired from Syroco after more than 20 years. Edith was proud of her heritage and enjoyed Oktoberfest. She was a member(…)
Lawrence W. Ibbs, 71, of Wolcott, passed away Aug. 20 at Rochester General Hospital after a long illness. Larry was born in Auburn and had lived in the Wolcott area for most of his life. Larry graduated from Lincoln School of Welding in Cleveland and later retired from Local 832. He was a member of(…)
by Pastor David Grey “Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heaven! Praise him for his mighty works; praise his unequaled greatness! Praise him with a blast of the ram’s horn; praise him with the lyre and harp! Praise him with the tambourine and dancing; praise him with strings and flutes! Praise(…)
by Jim Farfaglia All For a Dollar It still buys the daily paper, a couple of postage stamps or a cup of coffee at the diner. It still lights the eyes of a child and brings a smile to their face when we buy a streetside lemonade. It still folds up neatly(…)