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June 25, 2018

Posts by: Steve Yablonski

Oswego High School Class of 2018 Told: ‘Dream Small’

“To dream small requires us to suppress the need to always look ahead. It feels very counterintuitive, especially at this stage in our lives. But, dreaming small is to consciously decide to value immediate moments as they occur, so you can glean the most from them,” explained salutatorian Danielle DelConte said. “However, allowing yourself to be consumed by the pursuit of a big dream often means missing out on life as it is meant to be experienced.”

Successful Resolution to Man On Roof Incident

On June 18, at approximately 3:44 p.m., the Oswego City Police Department and the Oswego Fire Department responded to 140 W. Seneca St. in regard to a man who was on the roof of the residence and threatening to jump off. At approximately 3:25 a.m. today (June 19), the man was successfully taken into custody by police.

Scouts, Elks Retire Flags At Fort Ontario

Most people believe the right way to retire an American Flag is to burn it – whole. However, that is not entirely correct. On Saturday, historic Fort Ontario hosted several representatives of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Oswego Lodge #271 as well as a large contingent of Girl Scout troops 10566 and 10567. Nearly two dozen members of the public were also in attendance.

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