The Oswego County Pioneer Search and Rescue team will conduct its fourth Search and Rescue Academy in late winter and spring of 2018. The class size is limited to 20 students. Classes will start Feb. 28 and end June 10.
Generosity is powerful. All throughout the year, I have seen so many people go out of their way to help their community, their family, friends and neighbors. It simply amazes me every time someone in our community does something that brings a smile to the face of another – even if it’s someone they’ve never met and perhaps never will.
On the first day of 2018, an inaugural meeting of the Fulton Common Council swore in four returning and two new city councilors, a new Common Council President, and rang messages of optimism and excitement for the city’s future.
Fulton Mayor Ronald Woodward Sr. started the meeting with a few of the goals he intends to continue prioritizing throughout the year including the continued development of the remaining 22 acres of the Nestle site, the ongoing dredging of Lake Neatahwanta, and the push for LED street lighting to name a few.
LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING UNTIL 7 AM TUESDAY – WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM 7 AM TUESDAY TO 1 AM WEDNESDAY WHAT…Heavy lake effect snow expected. Snow and blowing snow expected. Plan on difficult travel conditions […]
Emily has a New Year’s resolution, she’s going to get on the treadmill and lose some weight! Seriously, she has been with us for more than two months now and we think she is bored. She definitely enjoys sitting in the window. She plays when you put a toy right in front of her. But, she’s not a fast cat and she is surely not hyper.
Set to take place on August 11, the speedway will reserve this ‘Road to the Championship’ program as an action-packed evening full of family friendly events for all ages in an effort to help fans interact with drivers and teams while introducing the Supermodifieds to new generations of young race fans.
After a baby is born, hospitals perform a variety of screenings for the baby. Some tests are completed by a physical exam or through the use of a medical device at the hospital, but many genetic disorders can only be detected with a blood sample. In an attempt to help minimize the effects of some genetic disorders, in 1965 New York began the Newborn Screening Program. Since then, millions of babies have been tested and thousands have been identified and treated for their disease.