Ayvah Graice Thomas was born in Oswego Hospital on July 14, 2018.
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“Learn and Lunch” features a half hour educational program followed by a free lunch that includes soup, salad and dessert served in the Grand Dining Room. This month, Patti Chipman from Oswego County Hospice and Elena Twiss from Friends of Oswego County Hospice will discuss what resources are available locally to those diagnosed with a life-limiting condition opting for comfort and palliative care services.
Grey Robert Helinger was born in Oswego Hospital on July 13, 2018, at 9:53 a.m.
Any residents of the Oswego area that would like to make their food dollars go farther may order August Food Sense packages until noon on August 10. All Oswego area residents may use the program.
Long before I became a State Senator, I was aware of the growing substance abuse problems in our region. In the years since, we have seen illegal drugs not only become a crisis in our communities, but they have greatly affected our families, friends and neighbors. Most of the focus of this drug problem has been on opioids and heroin, and rightly so.
My cat, Sneezy, got that name because he sneezes and coughs and his nose runs almost all the time. He doesn’t really seem sick otherwise. He eats fine and plays and seems happy. But should I be worried?
Maddison Gunther was born in Oswego Hospital on July 12, 2018, at 11:23 p.m.
The Oswego County Retired Teachers’ Association recently elected officers for 2018-19.
Breann Burns of Pulaski received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing.
Members of the Fulton High School class of 1953 will gather Wednesday, July 18, to celebrate the 65th anniversary of their graduation. The reunion will be held at the Tavern on the Lock, South First Street, Fulton, beginning at 3 o’clock with appetizers and a cash bar.