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Figura to take part in panel discussion on relationships

Skaneateles area author to take part in APT panel

Lane leads girls Lakers past Marcellus

Skaneateles wins twice, locks down playoff berth

Tested in so many different ways this winter, the Skaneateles girls basketball team was proud, and relieved, to have a Section III Class B playoff berth locked up a full three weeks before the regular season concluded.

Relays fuel girls Lakers at Constantino meet

Skaneateles second in 4x200, third in 4x400

High expectations surround the Skaneateles indoor track and field teams as they head to SRC Arena next Thursday night to compete in the Section III Class B and C/D championship meets.

Kreb's set to reopen

Checks to be presented to not for profit organizations

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Baltimore Woods celebrates Valentine's Day

Activities for lovers of the outdoors

Forum to examine link between child care and local economy

Affordable child care is the subject of a forum scheduled for Friday, Jan. 30, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It takes place at the United Way of Central New York, 518 James St., Syracuse.

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Forums on school funding to be held

Forums to look at issues on school funding

Educational advocacy groups to host forums on school funding

Our schools are losing money every year — and New York state is taking it from them.

Anthenaeum fitness event

Fabulous and fit in the new year

School board looks at technology upgrade

District to take part in new internet network

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Skaneateles celebrates winter

WinterFest celebrates the season

Wrestling Lakers win home dual meet

Skaneateles goes 19-3 in superb regular season

Though 16 wrestling teams vied for top honors in the Section III Dual Meet at Cicero-North Syracuse on Saturday, Skaneateles was not one of them. Instead, the Lakers were busy hosting its own dual meet that same day, welcoming Auburn, Cato-Meridian, East Syracuse Minoa and Oneida for four rounds of competition - and it would win each of them to claim the title at the Laker Duals and finish a superb 19-3 regular season.

Skaneateles girls hockey busy at end of regular season

Lakers 5-1 in nine-day stretch, only loss to Potsdam

When the Skaneateles girls hockey team took to the ice at Allyn Arena on Jan. 16 against Massena, it began a crowded regular-season homestretch that would feature six games in nine days – and it would only taste defeat once.

Girls Lakers give unbeaten Grimes a scare

Skaneateles impressive in home win over New Hartford

While the Skaneateles girls basketball team left Bishop Grimes last Wednesday night on the wrong end of a 49-36 decision, it also had to feel proud about its effort. Against the unbeaten, state Class B no. 2-ranked Cobras, the Lakers did not flinch one bit, keeping the game close most of the night and proving that a possible post-season rematch might not prove that easy for Grimes.

Skaneateles boys go 1-1, top Grimes again

Lakers recover quickly from loss to ITC

Opponents from the city of Syracuse have not proven kind to the Skaneateles boys basketball team this winter. First, it was Syracuse Academy of Science twice beating the Lakers. Then, in last Tuesday night’s visit to Institute of Technology Central, Skaneateles found itself in a fast-paced affair that it could not get control of, falling 83-74 to the Eagles.

WinterBlast cancelled

Hughes announced WinterBlast will be cancelled for Sunday

Special school board meeting to be held

Meeting to focus on early learning programs

Skaneateles boys hockey has 1-1 week

Lakers win at Oswego, drop thriller to Syracuse

With that single overtime defeat to New Hartford on Jan. 14, the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team fell from no. 2 to no. 7 in the state Division II rankings, a fall that did not sit well.

Track and field coming to OCC

College to offer new sports program

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