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State Police in Hastings are investigating a larceny of a 1998 Jeep Wrangler from the Auto Plus business parking lot located at 11 Enterprise Avenue in the town of Hastings. The vehicle was reportedly taken on Saturday January 16, at approximately 10:30 p.m.
Today’s News: FBLA is headed to the district competition and lots of entertainment news are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
Today’s News: The start of a new semester, Super Bowl predictions and a report on the Iowa Caucus are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
Executive Director of Instruction and Assessment for Fulton City School District, Elizabeth Conners recently broke down the graduation rates for students in the district noting both areas of excellence as well as areas of concern. At the most recent regular board of education meeting held Jan. 26, Conners presented an overview of the graduation rates for the most three most recent graduation cohorts including students who entered high school as freshmen in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and subsequently graduated in four years in 2013, 2014 and 2015. During these years, the graduation rates have differed widely with the most recent graduating class of 2015 reaching a 69-70% graduation rate.
Today’s News: Boys’ basketball keeps rolling, a hot one in 2015 and senior night girls basketball are in today’s edition of RaiderNet Daily.
SUNY Oswego’s Bob ’78 and Robbi Feinberg Family Fund, established by alumnus Robert Feinberg and his wife, will sponsor a series of events on gender and sports this spring, starting with a panel discussion and culminating with an appearance by Kathrine Switzer, first woman to enter and complete the Boston Marathon.
The tradition of Phoenix Central School District musical excellence continues with two John C. Birdlebough High School juniors’ participation in the New York State School Music Association’s 2015 Winter Conference at the Rochester Convention Center in December.
A handful of students at Fairgrieve Elementary School were recently recognized for exceeding classroom expectations throughout January. Classroom teachers each selected one student who has been kind and patient, gave their best effort, used materials and equipment properly, left the room only with permission, and never gave up.
The Oswego County Health Department offers a variety of services to all residents of Oswego County, including preventive health services, certified hospice, and a maternal and child health program.
Councilors give a favorable recommendation to a request hold the Oswego Polar Plunge for Special Olympics at Wright’s Landing this spring. The full council will also nominate a junior member to take part in the plunge.
Oswego County STOP-DWI Coordinator Robert Lighthall announced that Oswego County police agencies will participate in a special enforcement effort to crackdown on impaired driving. The statewide STOP-DWI Crackdown efforts start on February 5 and will end on February 8.
The average temperature for January 2016 was 28.3 degrees. That is 4.2 degrees above average. Total precipitation for January was 1.93 inches. That is 1.75 inches below average.
The Upstate Energy Jobs Coalition today (Feb. 3) announced its strong support for two pieces of legislation introduced by Assemblyman William Barclay and sponsored by Senator Patty Ritchie that would help secure the future of the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba.
Mayor Billy Barlow and Community Development Director Justin Rudgik joined local small business owner Jeff Holbrook on Tuesday afternoon, applauding Holbrook on his recent endeavor to house and coordinate a gigantic transformer traveling to Exelon Corp. at Nine Mile Point from Portugal.
The Oswego State men’s basketball team cruised to a 77-61 victory over visiting Fredonia on Friday night in Max Ziel Gymnasium. With the win, the Lakers are now 13-6 overall and 6-6 in SUNYAC competition.
The Oswego State women’s basketball team could not overcome a nine-point halftime deficit on its way to a 75-54 loss to Fredonia on Friday night at Max Ziel Gymnasium. Oswego’s overall record falls to 3-16 with the loss and 1-11 in the conference.
For the first time in Oswego Kartway history, the karts and stars of the New York Dirt Kart Series will take on the unique ‘Bullring’ located directly behind Oswego Speedway, for an all-out state series event pitting the best travelling kart racers in New York against the Kartway’s stellar local contingent on July 30.
The Oswego State men’s basketball team lost a nail-biter on a last possession layup by host Geneseo on Tuesday night. Oswego’s loss brings its record to 12-6 overall and 5-6 in the SUNYAC while the Knights move to 14-4, 8-3.
GREATER OSWEGO-FULTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO HOST BUSINESS OUTREACH MEETING WITH CITY OF OSWEGO MAYOR, BILLY BARLOW Business Community Invited to Roundtable Discussion Focused on Economic Climate in the Oswego Community The Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce, together with the Office of Oswego Mayor Billy Barlow, today announced that it will host monthly economic development
This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River report: The water flow was fairly consistent at about 9,000cfs over the weekend but has dropped to 7,070cfs this afternoon. Temperatures should be in the 30s this week with some snow possible tomorrow. Steelhead and brown trout are active
Remember the last time you bit into a strawberry, or enjoyed the sweet taste of fresh raspberries? Odds are, when you did, you weren’t worrying about whether they were free from insects or plant diseases. That’s something that we have researchers at Cornell University to thank for.
I’m sure most of you that read my letters and understand them will remember my letter entitled: New Year but the same old Games. In that letter the majority caucus called a quarterback sneak appointing an interim director of central services giving that person a $5,000 raise.
According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, heroin deaths have quadrupled between 2002 and 2013, surpassing traffic accidents as the leading cause of accidental deaths. The increase in drug use and addiction has affected every demographic, race and age group in the nation. My colleagues and I recently held a series of hearings across the state to gather input from local officials, health care providers, parents of addicted children, and individuals addicted to heroin.
First to go under the microscope is Onondaga County. Just south of us. Let’s look at the numbers for Onondaga County: