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SUNY Oswego health information, engineering to benefit from High Needs grants

Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announced awards for SUNY’s workforce development programs at 37 colleges and universities, including $85,800 toward Oswego’s planned interdisciplinary graduate degree in informatics and a $62,600 continuation award for engineering.

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United Baptist Church of Scriba Coffeehouse Presents Lost and Found

The United Baptist Church of Scriba, located at 5111 State Route 104E, will have a Coffeehouse on September 19 from 7 to 9 p.m. The band Lost and Found will be playing its unique blend of Christian contemporary hits from today and yesterday.

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Cleveland Historical Society Presents Discussion about Rail History Sept. 18

Come to the Cleveland Historical Society on September 18 to hear “From the Beach to the Lake,” a discussion about railroad history with author John Taibi. His presentation begins at 7 p.m. at the society in the former St. James Episcopal Church, 7 North St., Cleveland. The event is free and open to the public.

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This Month, A Major Milestone For Fort Drum

This month, our region is celebrating a major anniversary. It was three decades ago when then Congressman David Martin made the announcement that Fort Drum had been selected as the new home of the 10th Light Infantry Division. What followed was a period of significant growth, including a $1.3 billion dollar investment used to construct 130 new buildings, 35 miles of roadway and more than 4,000 sets of family housing units.

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Oswego Council Looks To Quiet River Sirens

The sirens Brookfield Renewable Power uses to warn anglers of dangerous situations in the Oswego River have been causing problems for those living in the Port City for years. The Common Council is searching for a way to give residents some relief without compromising safety of the fishermen

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