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State Police Probe Armed Robbery At Oswego Town Kwik Fill

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The New York State Police in Fulton are investigating an Armed Robbery that occurred on Thursday (July 30) at approximately 10:44 p.m. at the Kwik Fill located at 7559 State Route 104 in the town of Oswego. There are three suspects involved, all are white males, wearing black clothing and black head/face coverings, troopers said.

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TIggy

TIggy is a very affectionate and personable fella who likes to make the occasional foray outside. But he’ll be just as happy inside with you, curled up in a snuggle and purring away. He’s used to dogs and kids and he loves to play. No cat toys required, just you and your attention.

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The Oswego County Health Department today (July 31) announced that the State Department of Health has approved its plan of closing the Certified Home Healthcare Agency. “Since 1966, Oswego County CHHA has provided services to thousands of county residents,” said County Legislator John Proud, District 7, Mexico, chairman of the Legislature’s Health Committee. “However, a number of financial issues, and elimination of state funding over the past several years, have affected the viability of the CHHA program. “

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Most Reverend Bishop Robert Cunningham

The recent news stories concerning Planned Parenthood are shocking and disconcerting. They draw attention, front and center, to the ugly and damaging reality of abortion. The stories serve to remind us that abortion is a direct attack on vulnerable human life. They also demonstrate the sad reality that fetal organs and tissues are routinely harvested, bought and sold in our country.

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In his tenure, he has seen much positive action and collaboration, he said at a recent Common Council meeting. “It has been one of the most positive experiences I’ve had in my life. The job has many challenges. My opportunity to work with the mayor and the council, city chamberlain and DPW, and just about every department has been a great experience of collaboration and partnership,” he said.

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Brayden

FULTON, NY – There will be a chicken dinner benefit on Sept. 26 at the Fulton Polish Home. The hours will be from noon until 5 p.m. The event will benefit Brayden Douglas Munger. On June 5, 2015, 3-year-old Brayden … Continue reading

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In case you had your doubts, summer is here. Recent temperatures hovering near 90 degrees have many people seeking relief from the heat. Although many people welcome the warm weather, especially given this year’s brutal winter, there are steps we all need to take to stay cool and avoid health issues when the temperature rises.

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Fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, eggs, honey, wine, and cheese are all out in abundance this time of year throughout the region and will be for the next few months at local farmers’ markets. Farmers’ markets provide an opportunity to buy local and give farmers a chance to provide home-grown produce straight to the consumer. The markets are located throughout the region and we’re fortunate to have as much fresh and homegrown produce as we do in our area.

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On Aug. 12, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., you are invited to bring your lunch (or pick up some take-out at a local eatery) and come join us in the Carriage House at the Pulaski Historical Society.

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Today’s (Aug. 2) meeting was a smaller than usual group. Twelve members weighed in, five of them KOPS who are all under goal. Joyce was the Best Loser of the Day. Best Loser for the month of July is Mary. We were happy to see Jackie today. With her work schedule it isn’t always possible for her to weigh in.

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The committees will start at 5 p.m. in the board room of the Education Center. A regular board meeting will follow.

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4368 Co. Rt. 4, Scriba

Open House! August 2nd 1-3 pm

3 bed, 1.5 bath home on 7 acres in the Town of Scriba

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By – Chris Porter Photos – Jim Feeney After what will be remembered as one of the greatest finishes in Oswego Speedway’s rich history, Canajoharie’s Otto Sitterly pocketed $10,000 dollars on Saturday night, winning the lakeside oval’s 29th annual Mr. … Continue reading

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Saturday night at the Fulton Speedway fans were greeted with great weather and close racing on the ‘High Banks’ that featured close racing, win streaks and first time winners. In the Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds, Tom Sears Jr. took the lead from Chad Phelps on lap 20 and then had to hold off furious challenges from first Pat Ward and then Billy Decker to win his second popular feature of the year.

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(Tracey Road Equipment Modifieds 35 laps) – TOM SEARS JR., Billy Decker, Pat Ward, Chad Phelps, Tim Sears Jr., Chris Hile.

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Anna Kielb

The Manor at Seneca Hill hosted a very special party on May 29 – the 103rd birthday of resident Anna Kielb. Kielb is a Fulton native, who at one time worked at the Woolen Mill located on West First Street in the city.

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Mary Jo Gadwau and Neil Patrick Cliff exchanged marriage vows in a double-ring ceremony at St. Paul’s church on May 2, 2015. The Rev. Guy Buccaro officiated at the ceremony.

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Sharon Springs American Hotel

Everyone has heard of Route 66. But, few know of historic U.S. Route 20. It extends from Boston, Massachusetts, to Newport, Oregon. Spanning 3,365 miles, Route 20 is the longest road in the United States. The more famous Route 66, called the Main Street of America, is 2,451 miles in length. New York and other states are promoting tourism along Route 20. I have chatted with people along the route in New York State and they admit that they are having a problem making people aware of the great things to see along the way.

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THE GREATER OSWEGO-FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Membership Monday

Happy Monday!!! The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate the staff and all the hundreds of volunteers at Harborfest for working so hard in making this year’s festival a success!!! What a fantastic weekend and of course … Continue reading

Membership Monday

Upcoming events at the Chamber of Commerce GOBC Wednesday, July 15th 8:00am Chamber offiice The new Director of Community Development Justin Rudgick and Emily Zipprich from Congressman John Katko’s office will be in attendance to give everyone updates on what … Continue reading

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Fishing Reports for July 30, 2015

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River/Lake Ontario report: According to Larry Muroski of Larry’s Oswego Salmon Shop: The river level has been all over the chart over the last few … Continue reading

Less humid with a mix of sun and clouds today. High in the lower 80s.

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