“Seeing a whole section of (New York) city mostly without power, joining in with people wandering around with flashlights, and witnessing cars slowly negotiating their way through intersections without working traffic lights, was insane!” said former OCT contributing writer Joceyln Cook.
The “Welcome Back” concert, scheduled for November 11 in Waterman Theater at SUNY-Oswego (2:30 p.m.), will feature six OHS graduates, an OHS teacher, two students with ties to SUNY-Oswego, and three artists making their Oswego debuts.
The visitors are part of the center’s mission to serve as a cultural exchange agency between the people of the U.S. and people of other countries. They are part of the Open World Program, which enables young Eurasian elected officials and civic leaders to visit the U.S. and experience its culture firsthand.
Held at the Fulton Junior High School, the event, which featured dance, poetry, singing, music and acting, showcased the talents of students involved in RASP and entertained fellow students, family members, educators, and staff from OCO.
By Spider Rybaak Typical October-run steelie. Anglers have been catching steelhead in the Salmon River for most of October. Like the stream’s flow, however, they only ran in trickles. Until last week’s rains changed everything. As […]
Oswego Industries, Inc. through its Career Employment Services division recently took part in Oswego County Disability Mentoring Day, hosted collaboratively by the Oswego County Placement Network.
The city ordinance prohibits the parking of any motor vehicle in/on any city street or city parking lot from 1:30 a.m. through 5:30 a.m. from November 1 to April 1. The penalty for a violation of the all night parking ban is $15. Unpaid fines double every ten days. Vehicles may also be towed.