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Oswego County Drug Task Force Announces 3 Arrests

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Two traffic stops have resulted in three felony drug arrests. The first was just after midnight today (Jan. 23). Two people were charged then. The third arrest was made shortly after before noon.

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Melinda

Melinda is not quite two years old, but, as you can see, she still likes to do stupid kitten stuff like get in boxes to check them out. She loves to watch the birds in her foster home, sort of like having her own personal Nature Channel. And more than anything she likes to play with other cats in her foster home, jumping and wrestling and chasing them around.

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A former sergeant with the Fulton Police Department was sentenced today (Jan. 23) in federal court to 15 months in prison and three years probation for beating a handcuffed man inside the Fulton police station. The Department of Public Justice Office of Public Affairs noted in a press release that Joseph Arigo, 47, pleaded guilty before a federal court judge in September to one count of deprivation of rights under color of law.

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Today’s News: It’s time for the winter semi-formal, a Bodley teacher could use your help and a big basketball game at CBA are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.

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Dickens, the OCHS "office cat," sits on his perch to check out a visitor to the office recently.

The group is also aggressively fundraising as its monthly expenses have gone up around $500. Their new office and clinic is located at 110 W. Second St., just north of Bridge Street in the Port City.

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Ralph Singh, chair and CEO of the WisdomThinkers Network talks to members of the Inspire 14! committee about expectations and how to move forward with the character education initiative with “Stories To Light Our Way.”

Ralph Singh, chair and CEO of the Wisdom Thinkers Network and coordinator of Inspire 14! brought together individuals from education, business and community in Oswego County to work together to form a foundation for a meaningful life, in school, in the community and in the workplace for students in the county. The initiative aims to educate students and help them build and develop good character, while also developing soft skills essential for success in the workplace and community.

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When it comes to crimes, there are few more heinous than human trafficking; a modern-day form of slavery where men, women and children are illegally traded or used against their will for exploitation or commercial gain. The number of people affected by human trafficking is staggering, as it’s estimated that more than 1,000 individuals in New York State are victims of the crime each year.

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A 2012 report created by the Energy Highway Task Force, a task force led by key representatives from the fields of energy, environmental conservation and economic development, cited the critical need for improving transmission lines across the state. Their arguments for upgrading transmission lines are on point. New York’s current energy infrastructure includes approximately 10,900 miles of transmission lines.

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the Hotel Nicole on the beach in Jacmel

I am always impressed with how hospitable people are – worldwide. This was the case when we were in Haiti. It is an interesting destination, but it is not on many travelers’ radar. In the 1700s, Haiti was the glory of the French colonies and one of the richest colonies in the world. In 1804, Haiti became the first black independent nation. Over the years, poor leadership and other issues caused economic troubles from which Haiti has never fully recovered. I had expected beaches and I was not disappointed.

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Is your New Year’s resolution to be healthier? Did you know that your overall health is connected to your oral health? Periodontal (gum) disease causes inflammation of the gum tissue allowing bacteria to enter the blood stream, and has been … Continue reading

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Vice president of the Oswego County Dental Society David MacGregor of Great Lakes Oral Surgery presented Karrie Damm, executive director of the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County, with a donation of food items and more than $1,600 in checks on behalf of the Oswego County Dental Society.

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Students from both the Alfred campus and the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville are selected for the Dean’s List if they maintain a 3.50 grade-point average (GPA) out of a possible 4.0.

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Students at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School recently received a lesson in how to stay active outdoors during the cold winter months. As part of a physical education unit, students in Melissa Bailer’s third grade class learned how to utilize snowshoes, a specific kind of footwear designed for walking over snow without sinking.

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210 Walradt Street, Fulton

Colonial house on corner lot in a quiet neighborhood

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The No. 4/4 Oswego State men’s ice hockey team completed a SUNYAC weekend sweep with a 7-1 victory over Fredonia on Saturday night at the Marano Campus Center Arena. Oswego’s win pushes its record to 12-2-3 overall and 7-1-1 in conference action while the Blue Devils drop to 4-8-5, 0-5-3.

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The nationally-ranked Oswego State women’s ice hockey team’s 10-game unbeaten streak came to an end during a top-10 Saturday afternoon showdown, losing 4-0 to No. 1 Plattsburgh on the road. With the loss, the Lakers are now 11-3-1 on the year and 7-2-1 in ECAC West action.

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The nationally-ranked Oswego State men’s ice hockey team shut out Buffalo State 6-0 Friday evening at home in the Marano Campus Center Arena. With the win, Oswego moves to 11-2-3 on the year and more importantly, adds another win to its SUNYAC record (6-1-1).

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Ruth Aluzzi turns 95

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Birthday wishes for Dick Losurdo

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OSWEGO COUNTY
THE GREATER OSWEGO-FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Spotlight: Zink Shirts

T-shirts and Guerilla Marketing fit together like pencil on paper and when combined well can transform a person into a walking billboard of promotion, thought, emotion, ideas, solidarity, or art for its own sake.
Using this approach, illustrator and self-styled Guerilla Marketer Glenn Zansitis created Zink Shirts, a small business on the ground floor at 19 E. Cayuga St., in Oswego.

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Hayden Joins Greater Fulton-Oswego Chamber of Commerce

With 100 years of serving the Oswego County community, The Greater Oswego Fulton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce Danielle Hayden of Oswego has been selected as the assistant director of the organization. In her new leadership position, Hayden will be tasked with executing the chamber’s renewed focus to provide services to members.

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Fishing Reports for January 22, 2015

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River report: According to Capt. Kevin Davis of Catch the Drift: Ice, ice and more ice this week with constant slush that never cleared. Early … Continue reading

Clouds giving way to sunshine later today. High in the mid 30s.

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