The holiday season is upon us and Oswego County Christmas tree farmers are ready to help you find the perfect tree! Big or small, narrow or round, you can find that tree that is just right for you on one of the many local tree farms. Buying local not only supports Oswego County farm businesses, it also assures you have the freshest tree possible. Fresh cut trees smell better and keep their needles longer.
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The “Alternate-Side Parking Restriction” will be in effect, commencing Tuesday, December 9, at 1 a.m.
During such time as the parking restriction is imposed, the parking of any vehicle on any city street or highway from 1 to 6 a.m. on an even numbered side of the street on an odd calendar day, or an odd numbered side of the street on an even calendar day, shall be prohibited.
Scholars, scientists, educators and students are invited to submit proposals for the 20th annual Rice Creek Associates Small Grants Program by Feb. 15. Approved projects must involve work at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station. Awards are expected to range between $500 and $2,500, said Dr. Peter Rosenbaum, professor of biological sciences at SUNY Oswego.
Doris J. Leonard, 94, of Hannibal, went to be with the Lord on Saturday December 6, 2014, at Crouse Hospital, Syracuse.
The Oswego County Promotion and Tourism Office announces a new photo contest for all shutterbugs. Winning pictures will be featured in the new Oswego County Fishing and Hunting Guide, which will be published in 2015. The contest is open to county residents and non-residents, as long as the photos are taken in Oswego County within the last three years.
Today’s News: Ski Club is counting the days, and the annual Guidance financial aid night is tonight in the Monday edition of RaiderNet Daily.
Minetto’s fully-integrated program began in 1989 prior to the establishment of current laws requiring least restrictive environment. Oswego City School District was on the forefront of educational reformation.
The student council members were asked at their initial meeting this school year to create a list of ideas for fundraisers and other ways in which they could help the school and Oswego community. The weeklong coat drive was one of the ideas suggested by the members.
Dannible & McKee, LLP is pleased to announce Nick Barnes of Fulton has joined the firm’s tax department. Barnes received his MBA from Arizona State University and his MS in Accounting from Seton Hall University.
The presentation of Paul Harris Fellow recognition is The Rotary Foundation’s way of expressing its appreciation for a substantial contribution to its humanitarian and educational programs.