Justin White, Oswego County Historian, along with town and city historians throughout the county, are compiling a listing of those from Oswego County who served in the military and died during World War I. “We are asking for the public’s help in completing this list so that a plaque can be made to honor our county’s fallen World War I veterans,” White said. “We are striving for as complete and accurate a list as we can compile, but we can’t do it without the public’s help. We want to complete this list by March 1.”
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer and U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, along with members of the bipartisan Senate Great Lakes Task Force, today (Jan. 31) urged the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to include the Great Lakes Coastal Resiliency Study in the president’s FY2019 budget request.
The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) announced it will bring a 45-minute science demonstration to all 78 sixth grade classes in 16 schools throughout Oswego County – a total of nearly 1,400 students.
The museum’s Oswego County Science on the Go program is made possible due to a $40,000 grant awarded by the Richard S. Shineman Foundation.
The State of the City Address is the opportunity to deliver a specific, concise message and story to the Common Council and city residents and this year, the message and story is easy to deliver. The message is progress. The story is revival. The fact is we are an entirely different community than we were two short years ago and that is what I intend to illustrate this evening.