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Pathfinder Bank Named Event Sponsor of 2008 Erik Cole Dream Big Foundation Golf Classic

Submitted article Pathfinder Bank has been named the event sponsor of the Erik Cole Dream Big Foundation Golf Classic to be held on August 4th, at the Oswego Country Club, according to event organizer Kevin Caraccioli. This marks the third year that Pathfinder Bank has been the event’s major sponsor. “We appreciate the continued support

Entergy, NYS DEC Reach Agreement on Key Environmental Approvals

Submitted article Entergy Nuclear is pleased to announce that the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant has received its renewed State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permit renewal and a Water Quality Certification (WQC) for the 20-year Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)-issued renewed license.  Concurrently, the New York Department of State Coastal Zone Management Act (CZMA)

SUNY Oswego To Host Four Chinese Students, Part Of Statewide Humanitarian Initiative

Submitted article Four college students from the earthquake-ravaged region of China will arrive at SUNY Oswego in August under a New York humanitarian initiative that will bring a total of 150 Chinese students to State University campuses for 2008-09. “We are delighted to take part in this initiative by Gov. David Paterson and the State

Constellation’s $20,000 Donation Fuels Call-N-Ride Transport Service

Submitted article Constellation Energy Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station has generously provided the Call-N-Ride program with $20,000, which underwrites much of the cost of providing curb-to-curb transport within Oswego County for elderly residents and persons with special needs. All school districts in Oswego County are covered by the service. Ken Geary, president of Constellation Nine

Thursday’s Briefing: The Reviews Are In

Governor David Paterson took a bold step this week.  He declared the state to be in a recession, with its budget falling deeper into a dark pit of debt.  He challenged — nicely — state lawmakers to match the cuts he was making.  How’s his message going over?  That’s the main story in our roundup of news from elsewhere today.

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