Bargains for everyone
Jefferson quartet to perform
New online newsletter, hard copy will still be available
Rufus means “cool” and “awesome,” and that’s the perfect name for our dog of the week. Rufus is a 3-year-old neutered male pit bull mix. He is happy, silly and goofy. He loves to run, and he walks very nicely on a leash. He would do best as the only pet with older children. He’s very trainable — he already knows sit, and he’s eager to learn more. If you’d like to be his teacher, call the CNYSPCA at 454-4479 and meet the wonderful Rufus!
As you enjoy some fun in the sun this Fourth of July, it’s important to protect your body’s largest organ: the skin.
The Patience Project seeks homes for longtime shelter dogs
No one had even looked at Duke for more than a year. The 3-year-old Rottweiler-shepherd mix had sat in the kennels at CNY Veterinary Services in Clay since he was 6 months old. His chances for adoption looked grim. Then Duke’s photo was featured on Facebook on a page dedicated to dogs like him who have spent months or even years in shelters. The Patience Project’s picture was shared on one page after another and ultimately made its way to Gerry Ioannone in Rochester.
Students celebrate past, look towards future
Car and tractor trailer collide in Skaneateles
Former coach to return to Lakers football
If you’re looking for a little light in your life, call the CNY SPCA at 454-4479 and ask about Sampson.
Spring is finally here and summer is just around the corner bringing longer days, warmer weather and, unfortunately, tick bites. With a number of tick bite cases already being seen across all of Five Star Urgent Care’s Upstate New York facilities, transmission of tick-borne illnesses such as Lyme and Powassan, are becoming a concern. The best means of handling tick-borne infections is through preventing a tick bite from happening in the first place.
Lakers perform well
Still time to register
Superintendent to remain
Welch Allyn to join Hill-Rom
Lakers re-hire leader of 2012 sectional champs
Three years ago, in the aftermath of a stormy, scandalous season that cost the Skaneateles football team a shot at championship glory, the Lakers won a Section III title no one could take away. Joe Sindoni was the head coach of that Lakers team in 2012, but then left to try and rebuild the program at Cicero-North Syracuse, little imagining that he would return to Skaneateles.
Sale to be hosted July 9 to 12
Education opportunity on open government
Aspen is a beautiful 2-year-old chocolate lab mix.
Bridge club plays for a purpose