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Tailwater Lodge Partners with Stash Hotel Rewards

Tailwater Lodge, located on the banks of the Salmon River, today (Sept. 22) announced a partnership with Stash Hotel Rewards, the nation’s largest point-based rewards program for independent hotels. Joining Syracuse properties, Hotel Skyler, Genesee Grande Hotel and Parkview Hotel, Tailwater Lodge becomes the fourth hotel in The Woodbine Group portfolio to partner with Stash.

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Sandy Creek Middle and High School Hold Open House

Students were once again eager to bring their parents to the yearly Sandy Creek Middle and High School Open House to introduce them to their teachers and show them what a day in middle/high school looks like.

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Fulton Schools Celebrate Attendance Awareness Month

Attendance was no issue at the Fulton City School District’s Attendance Awareness Celebration on Sept. 14, in honor of Attendance Awareness Month. A multitude of children and families attended the event. Local organizations such as ARISE and the Oswego County Health Department set up interactive booths for the children.

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Positive turnout at Kenney Middle School’s open house

Hannibal Central School District’s Dennis M. Kenney Middle School open house Thursday proved to be a success, as students, parents and teachers gathered to discuss the coming year. With approximately 450 students enrolled at DMK, the event was well attended, something Principal Dee Froio noted as being “incredibly important.”

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Cop Logs: Sheriff’s Office 09/22/2014

From the files of OCSD

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