Katniss, Peeta, Gale and Primrose are 3 months old and come from District 12, a coal mining community. Must be why they are all shades of greys and blacks. These kittens are available for adoption starting June 1.
A partnership between SUNY Oswego and the Oswego City School District to showcase the work of young artists became a soaring reality as dozens of banners featuring the work of local schoolchildren now appear around Oswego. The latest selections for the project — and potential banners appearing around the city in the future — are in an exhibition running until June 16 in SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Art Gallery. A free public opening exhibition will be held on Friday, June 1.
The New York Independent System Operator reported that electricity supplies in New York state are expected to be adequate this summer, with a total of 42,169 megawatts of power resources available to meet forecasted peak demand conditions.
Fresh off non-wing victories less than a week ago in the Jim Shampine Memorial Twin 50s at Oswego Speedway, Dave Shullick Jr. and Chris Perley will face off in ISMA competition this weekend at the Delaware and Lancaster speedways.
Area seniors are counting down for the Senior Camp retreat held twice each year at Camp Hollis in the town of Oswego. The theme this year is “Senior Camp Rocks!” Registration is under way for area residents 50 years young and older for the June 11 and 12 Senior Camp.