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Oswego Council OKs Funding For Softball Season

At this week’s meeting, the Common Council OK’d expenditure of funds from the Softball Accounting Reserve Fund. The DPW commissioner was authorized to spend up to $20,000 to operate Legends Softball Complex for the 2014 season. They also approved transfer of funds from within the Department of Public Works. A total of $8,000 was moved to cover the anticipated cost of seasonal employees at the softball complex.

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University Police at SUNY Oswego will have special patrols out looking for motorists who are not wearing their seatbelts from April 21 to May 4. The patrols are part of the nationwide “Buckle-Up Day and Night” campaign. The larger campaign is traditionally scheduled in late May, but University Police is granted a variation to run earlier because of college graduation in May.

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earth day 44 years__2014Earth Week, organized by the Oswego County Environmental Management Council, will take place from April 25 to May 4. The Environmental Management Council has organized events citizens can participate in during the week. The EMC also highly encourages citizens to host environmental cleanup events of their own.

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The onset of spring brings thoughts of making home improvements and repairs, “But, watch out for dishonest home repair firms,” warns Oswego County Sheriff, Reuel A. Todd.

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Oswego County Clerk Michael C. Backus will visit Russia for 12 days in May as part of an international exchange program organized by the American Council of Young Political Leaders and sponsored by the US State Department, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. He plans to share information about Oswego County fishing and manufacturing, along with state tourism opportunities like the Baseball Hall of Fame. SUNY Oswego, Le Moyne College and Syracuse University will also be topics of discussion.

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The original law was challenged more than a year ago. The council has since had the state of New York go through the legislation and made it legal; so the local language is consistent with state statue and other law. It now will regulate taxi cabs, taxi cab drivers, will require individuals to submit to a host of questions regarding their background, according to the council president.

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“Ethics reform” has been a buzz phrase heard in Albany and around the state a lot over the last few years and for good reason. Lately, there have been several high profile cases of wrongdoing by state officials. However, as is often the case in state politics, what is meant by “ethics reform” depends who is providing the rhetoric.

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In an effort to recognize teachers who go above and beyond to help their students succeed, I will once again be honoring educators with my “Golden Apple” Award for Teaching Excellence. Last year, I was able to honor more than 40 educators from Oswego, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties with this special program.

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CAPTAIN AMERICA 3D: PG13 THE WINTER SOLDIER (digital) 2:00p 5:00p 8:00p CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE PG13 WINTER SOLDIER (digital) 1:00p 4:00p 7:00p 10:00p DIVERGENT (digital) PG13 1:15p 4:20p 7:20p 10:20p DRAFT DAY (digital) PG13 2:10p 4:40p 7:30p 10:00p NOAH (digital) PG13 … Continue reading

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John WesleyJohn Wesley doesn’t wait long to take charge on his new album, Disconnect, stepping out of the sideman role and into the spotlight on his first solo release since 2011’s EP the lilypad suite and first full-length effort since Shiver in 2005. As has been the case on each of his previous four albums and three EPs, the Tampa, Florida guitarist/vocalist continues to push the boundaries of his music.

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Increasing sunshine today – but still cold. High in the upper 30s.

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Oswego County Sheriff’s Department deputies Todd Delmar and Andrew Bucher will take part in the next child passenger safety seat check on April 26. It will be held at the Best Western Conference Center, 26 E. First St., Oswego, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

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I was out shopping a few days ago with my granddaughters who are nuts (in a good way) about animals. So, on a whim really, I took them into a pet store to see the puppies for sale. I would never actually buy a puppy from a pet store because I know about the problem of puppy mills, but I thought it would be fun for them. Boy, was I wrong!

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Several area students at SUNY Oswego took part in internships this spring through the college’s Experience-Based Education program. The program places students in internships and career awareness opportunities that allow them to earn college credits while garnering valuable life experience.

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5 Bedroom, 5 Bath house in desired neighborhood with all of the amenities.

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OSWEGO, NY – As the International Supermodified Association season opener continues to draw closer at Oswego Speedway, the winged traveling series roster continues to grow with a mixture of returning vets and interesting new combinations for the coming season. One … Continue reading

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The Steelhead Lodge will be hosting a Women’s Fly-fishing Weekend from May 2 – 4 on the world famous Salmon River. The event consists of riverside lodging, home-cooked meals, a seminar led by Vicky Lane, renowned fly fisherwoman, and plenty of time spent fishing the Salmon River.

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As the countdown continues toward the Speedway’s 64th consecutive season of green flag racing, fans have the opportunity to assist in getting the ‘Steel Palace’ ready for action on Saturday with the 11th annual Pizza Villa Spring Spruce-Up Day. The event will begin at 10 a.m. with free lunch being served by Pizza Villa of Oswego at noon.

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Jim and Mariou Santoro, 1964

Marilou P. (Huberth) and James R. Santoro of Oswego recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple was married on February 22, 1964, in Fayetteville, NY.

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Connor Falise turns three years old on February 23.

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Join us for this two-part series and learn how to turn your business strategy into reality by evaluating 7 key organizational elements, and harnessing their momentum to propel your organization forward.

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Educational Session for Local Businesses

Brown Bag Lunch: New York State and Your Business  Tuesday, March 25th Noon – 1:15 pm Oswego City Hall, 3rd Floor Conference Room 13 West Oneida Street Oswego, NY 13126 Join facilitator, Juanita Williams of the Department of Labor, to … Continue reading

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Fishing Reports for April 15, 2014

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River report: According to Larry Muroski of Larry’s Oswego Salmon Shop: The water level has been running between 20,000-23,000cfs for about a week. This afternoon … Continue reading

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What You Should Know if You Need More Time to File Your Taxes

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Ten Facts about Amended Tax Returns

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