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October 21, 2018




News

Oswego Eyes Water Evaluation Project

There are funds available through awarded Community Development Block Grant program activities, the Community Development Director said. The funds could be used to provide a comprehensive evaluation for the water treatment plant. If the money isn’t used, it would have to be returned to the state next spring.

Shine The Light On Domestic Violence Today

Today’s News: Quirk’s Players to present Charlie Brown; Principal’s roundtable begins again; Raiders nip old nemesis in 1-0 final; and more in today’s edition of The Raider – written by students in the GR Bodley Journalism Club and Journalism class.

‘Groundbreaking’ Held For Champlain Commons

Located on the western edge of Scriba, Champlain Commons will include 17 apartments with services and support through the State’s Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative, a five-year plan to develop 6,000 units of housing with services that help vulnerable people live independently in their communities.

Entertainment

Sandra Scott Travels: Thinking Of A Tasty Winter Getaway?

When the leaves start to turn red and yellow, my mind begins to think of winter getaways and it always conjures up beautiful Ngapali Beach in Myanmar – my happy place. When we first stayed at Ngapali’s Amazing Resorts in 2008 there were virtually no tourists and Amazing Hotel Ngapali was the only hotel on this stretch of beach.


Community

CNY Community Arts Center Announces Winners

CNY Community Arts Center announces raffle winners from the recent spaghetti dinner fundraiser held at the Elks Lodge on October 14. The event was held to raise funds for conversion of the former Herron’s Fabric Store to Fulton’s first Community Arts Center.

Money Smart Seminar Scheduled

The Oswego County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program at SUNY Oswego’s Office of Business and Community Relations, along with Pathfinder Bank and the Oswego County Office for the Aging will host Pathfinder’s “Money Smart” Program, a free financial education seminar specifically tailored to seniors.

Opinion

Keep Will Barclay Working For Us

As a local union representative for the last 20 years, I have had the fortune or misfortune of meeting and working with elected officials and candidates for all levels of government. Some of the elected officers I have met have worked harder for themselves or their political party than the people they represent. I can’t say that about Assemblyman Will Barclay.

Setting The Record Straight

Politics is deceitful, divisive and frightening, especially in today’s climate. Emotionally charged words and lies are being bantered around without regard for truthfulness. Misleading statements, inaccuracies, and downright lies are prevalent with certain politicians who should be addressing policies that are important to us.

Sports

Hockey History To Debut

The Oswego State women’s and men’s ice hockey teams will have their first contests of the 2018-19 season on Saturday in exhibition games in the Marano Campus Center Arena. Oswego’s women will faceoff with the London Jr. Devilettes at 3 p.m. prior to the men hosting Nazareth College at 7 p.m. for Residence Hall Night.

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Fishing Reports for October 19, 2018

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. Oswego River report: According to Oz Angling Bait & Tackle: The salmon fishing continues to impress on the Oswego River. Only a few female salmon are starting to drop their eggs. This means we have plenty of time left for targeting