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School Board Recognizes Cancer Fighters

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego City School District Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools recognized the contributions of Oswego students who shaved their heads for St. Baldrick’s Day in the effort to fight childhood cancer.

Cancer fighting students recognized

Cancer fighting students recognized

Students attending the recent board meeting ceremony included (front left to right) Emily Bradshaw, Joe DiBlasi, Devon Tonkin, Jack Hall and Ryan Bartlett.

In the second row are Carson Colucci, Spencer Stepien, Demetri Pappa and Adam Michalski.

In back are Superintendent of Schools Bill Crist, Nolan Busch, Avery Croucher, Tyler O’Grady and Board President William White.

Several other students also participated in the program, but were unable to attend the ceremony.

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Ten Departments Respond to Fire In Phoenix

At 3:15 p.m. today (May 3), Phoenix Fire Department received call of a fire at 9489 Oswego Road. “Ten departments responded as well as Air One with water drops,” said Phoenix Fire Chief, John McDonald. There were no people involved or injured in the fire.

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April 2015 Was A Tad Warmer and Drier Than Average

The average temperature was 0.5-degree above average. Precipitation was 0.19-inch below average. And, the snowfall was 2.7 inches below average.

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Danny Johnson Wins Incredible Instant Modified Classic At Fulton Speedway

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Lecture Series To Present Carlisle Indian School and American’s First People

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One Dead, One Seriously Hurt In Sandy Creek Crash – Victim Identified

UPDATE: A Lacona woman died in the crash, State Police report. She wasn’t wearing a seatbelt, they said.
State Police are investigating a fatal crash in Sandy Creek. One person reportedly died at the scene and another was seriously injured. A vehicle crashed over a guardrail on County Route 15 near Norton Road early this morning (May 2), police said.

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