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Four Lake Ontario Counties Join Together to Submit Application for National Marine Sanctuary

Submerged shipwrecks such as the St. Peter, 120 feet deep in the Lake Ontario waters off Pultneyville, would be promoted and preserved through the designation of a Great Lake Ontario National Marine Sanctuary. The 136-foot long schooner sank in 1898.

“Southeastern Lake Ontario is eligible for consideration due to the age, type and preserved state of numerous historic shipwrecks and many other features,” said Oswego County Administrator Phil Church, who acted as the emcee for the announcement. “Our goal in seeking an NMS designation is to establish international recognition for the unique features of the region and increase economic, recreational, scientific research and educational activities.”

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On September 3, at approximately 8:28 p.m., Fulton Police were dispatched to a reported motor vehicle accident near the intersection of State Route 3 and State Route 481 in the city of Fulton. Through the investigation it was found that two vehicles were involved in the accident and the suspect vehicle had left the scene.

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Spray area

Weather permitting, the Oswego County Health Department plans to conduct aerial spraying of approximately 10,000 acres of land in the Big Bay/Toad Harbor Swamp area in portions of the towns of Hastings, West Monroe and Constantia between 6 and 9 p.m. this evening, Sept. 4.

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Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station Unit 1 automatically shut down at 9:15 a.m. today (Sept. 4), when a steam valve closed during routine testing. Operators responded appropriately, and all systems functioned as designed. The shutdown does not present any risk to public health or safety.

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While it may look inviting to walk along the breakwall on a hot summer day - it can also be very dangerous.

August 2015 was warm, but not as warm as Bill Gregway, local observer for the National Weather Service, suspected. The average temperature for last month was 69.6 degrees. That’s just 0.2-degree above average. Total precipitation for the month came in at 0.91-inch below average.

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The Oswego County Health Department announced today that new regulations affecting air conditioner cooling towers and recirculated water systems have been adopted by the NYS Department of Health. The new regulations are intended to protect the public’s health by preventing community outbreaks of Legionnaires’ disease similar to the outbreak which recently occurred in New York City.

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I extend my sincerest thank you to everyone that graciously supported our annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign. Thanks to the generosity of so many caring community members, organizations and businesses 1,786 students received many of the supplies they need to begin the school year. From pencils and notebooks to backpacks and thumb drives, volunteers along with members of the Oswego County Teachers Association (OCTA), distributed more than 15,600 school supplies to students throughout Oswego County.

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I have been a Girl Scout for 11 years and have had the most fun and have created some of the best memories of my life through scouting. I have had more opportunities as a Girl Scout than I would ever have imagined. I have camped a lot, earned badges and sold delicious Girl Scout Cookies, of course, but Girl Scouts is so much more than those activities.

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Dr. Brian Tran has joined Trust Pediatrics, 63 S. First St., it was announced by Dr. Stuart Trust. “We are delighted to welcome Dr. Tran,” Trust said. “He brings our number to four pediatricians providing care to children and adolescents … Continue reading

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As students head back to school, State Senator Patty Ritchie is announcing $100,000 in special funding she has secured to help support music and band programs in districts throughout Central and Northern New York.

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Kristell M. Cruz, a senior Public Relations major at SUNY Oswego, has joined Chirello Advertising this fall as an intern, it was announced by Steve Chirello, owner.

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3 Talisman Terrace, Oswego

Beautiful 3 bedroom home in Brittany Hill

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Bob Bond set the fastest lap of Classic Week testing on Wednesday at Oswego Speedway.

The third day of Budweiser Classic Week testing at Oswego Speedway continued on Wednesday as Bob Bond, Dan Connors Jr., Joey Moriarty, Joe Gosek, Brian Sobus, and Aric Iosue all took to the fast 5/8 mile to begin preparation for ‘Fast 14’ pole day time trials on Friday as well as the Budweiser International Classic 200 on Sunday. Bob Bond led the test session on Wednesday, which ran from 4-8 p.m.

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Bob Magner led day two Classic Week testing at Oswego Speedway with the Allegresso built No. 35 Supermodified.

The second day of Budweiser Classic Week testing at Oswego Speedway continued on Tuesday as Bob Magner, Kreig Heroth, Mark Castiglia, and Matt Magner all took to the fast 5/8 mile to begin preparation for the Bud Light SBS Classic on September 5 and the Budweiser International Classic 200 on September 6.

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The 9th annual Oswego Kartway Classic will kick off racing directly behind Oswego Speedway during Budweiser International Classic Week on September 3 at 6:30 p.m. The Kartway Classic has become a staple event for kart racers throughout New York State, and with increasing weekly kart counts at Oswego Kartway during the regular season, the Classic looks to be on its way to a record number of entries next week.

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Brandon Beshures

Happy 13th birthday to Brandon Beshures on August 24.

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Genna Losurdo turns 7 on August 23.

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A WALK IN THE WOODS R 2:00P 4:30P 7:00P 9:25P AMERICAN ULTRA R 12:20P 2:40P 5:00P 7:20P 9:35P HITMAN: AGENT 47 R 2:10P 4:35P 7:00P 9:20P NO ESCAPE R 2:00P 4:30P 7:10P 9:35P SINISTER 2 R 12:40P 3:00P 5:20P 7:40P … Continue reading

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5 Movies for $8.00 DUSK TO DAWN SHOW ON SAT & SUN Sept 5 & 6 Triple Feature Fri & Mon Sept 4 & 7 plus premier Screening of Peter Mahan’s Midway DI Documentary..”A Reason to Celebrate” 7:50 Fri, Sat, … Continue reading

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THE GREATER OSWEGO-FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Membership Monday

This Week’s Topic Please note!!! The GFBC Meeting for tomorrow 9/1/15 has been cancelled. See you next month! Katko Speaks to Members of the Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce U.S. Representative John Katko was in Oswego Wednesday afternoon to share … Continue reading

Ride Oswego County – ROC Cycling Group

Ride Oswego County –ROC Cycling Group is proud to announce the return of the Cross Out Child Abuse Cyclocross Race to be held at the Town of Scriba Park O’Connor Rd Scriba starting at 8:30 a.m. on October 4.

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Fishing Reports for August 31, 2015

Fishing Reports for August 31, 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: After being as low as 700cfs on … Continue reading

Cloudy and cool with early showers possible, then increasing sun today. High near 70.

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