Nearly two dozen members of area law enforcement agencies were pounding the pavement in the heat and humidity for more than two hours straight today (May 26) for a good cause. For decades, police officers throughout Oswego County have participated in the annual “Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics.” Cassandra Rucker, director of development, Special Olympics New York Central Region, said, “Today’s run traveled about 12 miles from the Oswego PD to the Fulton PD. We’re raising awareness for the 65,000 Special Olympics athletes of New York.”
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It is with profound sadness, we announce the passing of Mrs. Homer Gordon, Arleen Montvid, 88, on Thursday May 21, 2015, in a private Jewish ceremony at Riverside Cemetery.