The 16th annual Trinity Catholic School Adult Spelling Bee went the distance — and then some. When they ran out of words, “This has never happened before,” exclaimed Barb Sugar, Trinity Catholic School’s principal. “They all did a great job. So, I say we should crown co-champions this year.”
A college student went out on the breakwall for a walk Sunday (Jan. 31) afternoon. Witnesses stated the person fell several times on the ice and was having a difficult time getting back. The person walked back on their own, authorities reported.
It’s that time of year again. The New York State Legislature goes back into session this week and you need to be ready to contact your state legislators about legislation that will be introduced concerning animal welfare. What’s the best way to do that? At the Oswego County Humane Society we receive action alerts and pass them on to you in this column, with emails, and on our Facebook page.
The Oswego State women’s ice hockey was handed its second straight loss from Buffalo State this weekend, falling 2-0 Saturday afternoon at the Buffalo State Ice Arena. With the loss the Lakers move to 9-7-3 overall and 5-6-3 in the ECAC West.
Cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, and community members will gather to kick off the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Central New York fundraising season. Guests will hear how the community has benefited from funds raised, honor cancer survivors, and learn how to “paint the world purple” to save lives from cancer.
The Oswego State men’s basketball team opened on a 13-0 run and never trailed on its way to a 80-72 win over Oneonta on Saturday afternoon in Max Ziel Gymnasium. Oswego’s victory improves its overall record to 12-5 but, most importantly, pushes its SUNYAC record to .500 (5-5) after starting 1-4.