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A handful of teachers recently attended a BreakoutEDU activity, led by Librarian Tiffany Carpenter, to find out how the school's promotion of the Leader in... [Read More]
The event was the culmination of weeks of research and hard work as students showcased their work to parents, friends, community members and a panel... [Read More]
Mexico Elementary School students recently took a step back in time when they visited an 1800s schoolhouse, located on the grounds of their sister school... [Read More]
Paul A. Forestiere II, executive director of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County, discussed the importance of teaching young people about county government at the... [Read More]
The celebration, held at the Oswego Elks Lodge, honored 25 seventh graders and 25 eighth graders who achieved the highest grade-point averages in their respective... [Read More]
An imaginary red carpet rolled out for all of the Charles E. Riley Elementary vocal stars during the school's annual May concert: "A Night at... [Read More]
A total of 23 race cars rolled into the pit area Sunday afternoon for Oswego Speedway's annual open practice session with Aric Iosue in the... [Read More]
Nazareth College graduate students earned their master's or doctoral degrees at the 91st Annual Commencement ceremony that took place at the Blue Cross Arena in... [Read More]
Summer readers are sure to enjoy a good book when Oswego Bookmobile drives into their neighborhoods this summer. The Bookmobile program begins on July 2... [Read More]
Taylor R. LaRobardiere of Parish has been awarded a St. Lawrence University Fellowship for a summer 2018 research project. He is a member of the... [Read More]
Fulton Lions Past President David Guyer, president of the Mount Adnah Preservation Foundation, made a presentation on the history and ways to support Mount Adnah... [Read More]
FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 05/07/2018 – 05/13/2018 Arrests From 05/07/2018 To 05/13/2018 ————————————- Arrest No.: 2…... [Read More]
FULTON POLICE DEPT. Press Log 04/30/2018 – 05/06/2018 Arrests From 04/30/2018 To 05/06/2018 ————————————- Arrest No.: 2…... [Read More]
We headed down to Homer on May 16 in our final game of the season and met a tough offensive host in them. They have... [Read More]
Mother nature had other ideas about racing today (May 19). In order to save fans and race teams time, travel and money, the decision was... [Read More]
Think Maine! People who visit Maine for the first time leave planning their next visit. The choice of places to stay is many from backwoods... [Read More]
Two former refugees who were at Safe Haven as young children returned to Oswego for the first time in nearly 75 years. "It's really an... [Read More]
Oswego Hospital staff members practiced for a disaster they hope will never occur. However, thanks to their training, they are now better prepared for the... [Read More]
The Friends of History In Fulton, Inc. would like to cordially invite you to an open house at the John Wells Pratt House Museum on... [Read More]
From the files of OCSD... [Read More]
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