David Tetro Jr. and his attorney appealed the decision by Judge Hafner while Tetro adamantly maintained his innocence as well as his co-defendant and wife, Morgan Tetro’s innonence who was sentenced the week prior.
Poet Rachel Guido deVries has been a “guest” of the Oswego City School District for nearly 20 years. However, when this “guest” leaves she leaves behind a gift for all students she came into contact with…a love of poetry.
To support and promote the Wear It Oswego! life jacket program, the town of Minetto has posted the Wear It Oswego! life jacket sign at the launch ramp in Minetto River View Park.
Minetto Elementary School sixth graders were in the spotlight at the annual honors program conducted before a cafeteria-packed with parents, friends, family and staff members.
Two groups did litter cleanups on the Oswego River this past week. The cleanups were scheduled earlier in the season, but the earlier high water had prevented that from happening.
Elementary students from the school, along with tutors in the Masters Literacy Program at Oswego State University, worked together on reading and writing activities during the spring semester.
The annual hoedown was held at the Minetto Elementary School recently. Youngsters enjoyed physical education classes with a variety of western themed activities.
A trio of Minetto Elementary School students qualified for the next round of the annual spelling bee competition. Sixth graders Natalie Chubon finished first at the school while Luke May was runner up and fourth grader Jack Dobbs was third.
At approximately 8:59 a.m. today (Feb. 25), Oswego City Police responded to a disabled vehicle complaint on Mitchell Street, in the area of the Oswego Industrial Park. The Oswego City Police Department has identified the victim as 68-year-old Wayne D. Merrill of Minetto.
The students learned about the tradition and meaning of the Chinese New Year celebration. They also studied a bit of Chinese culture and enjoyed an oriental feast