Monday, June 24

Darrell J. Legacy

January 25, 1936 ~ June 13, 2024

Oriskany Falls-Darrell Legacy, 88, a life area resident, passed away peacefully, in the early morning hours of Thursday, June 13, 2024, at the Waterville Residential Care Center. He was born on January 25, 1936, at home in Oriskany Falls.  He was raised in Oriskany Falls under the loving care of his mother, Loretta Legacy.  Darrell was a graduate of Oriskany Falls High School. On September 8, 1956, at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Oriskany Falls, he was united in marriage to Caroline Barth. Darrell had a lifelong career working for Eastern Rock, and eventually retiring from Hanson after forty years of service. Darrell had a strong work ethic and spent 28 years on the road crew building numerous highways throughout the state.  His last 12 years he spent working in the quarry.  He was also an excellent mechanic.  Over his lifetime, Darrell had restored and customized numerous classic cars and pickups. He was a “Ford” man, with his favorite ride being his 1937 Ford “Rat Rod” pickup. Darrell and Caroline had built their home from the ground up on the hill to raise their beloved family of two sons and two daughters.  He was an avid outdoorsman who loved both hunting and trapping and was a long-time member of the Cassidy Hollow Rod and Gun Club.  He was also a member of the Utica Car Club. Darrell loved any moment that he could spend with family, especially his grandchildren.  He leaves behind a legacy of warmth, hard work, and compassion, that will live on in the hearts of all who knew and loved him.



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Food Bank of CNY July Food Sense Menu:

Village of Waterville:

The Village of Waterville will be hosting a blood drive on July 6, 2024, from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm. Schedule an appointment at 1-800-RED-CROSS or go to

Waterville Historical Society:

Some pictures from our program on Wednesday, June 19th.

Join us Wednesday, June 26 at 7 pm for a special video presentation by former Watervillian Jared Wentrick. Jared is a videographer and now lives in Brighton, England. His video will follow the former pathway of a Victorian railway, making stops to visit historical sights ranging from Neolithic burial mounds, a medieval village once owned by “William De Waterville”, a farm once owned by the Knights Templar, and a World War I munitions testing site. Jared will discuss his background growing up in Waterville, his love for history, music, and nature, as well as his move to England. The video will feature interviews with local residents discussing folklore, history, and ecology. The Historical Society is accessible via the parking lot in the rear and is air-conditioned.

WCS Sports Booster Club:

Save the date for our chicken BBQ the sales from that are what make this event possible along with our scholarship program. So help us eat and sell chicken BBQ tickets when they go on sale stay tuned!


Waterville Volunteer Fire Department:

We will be hosting an Open House and Chicken BBQ on July 20th, 2024. Open House will begin at 10 AM. We will have fire truck tours, and the history of the Waterville Fire Department, and we will also have our water targets set up so you can take a shot at “putting the fire out” The chicken BBQ will start at 12 PM. It will be a drive-thru Chicken BBQ, but we will also have some picnic tables set up for you to sit and enjoy your dinner. The BBQ will be $13 and will include baked beans, salt potatoes, coleslaw, and some delicious Chobani Yogurt. We hope to see you there!!

Waterville Baptist Church:

VBS The Great Jungle Journey
Daily, July 15-19, 9 am-Noon
Pre-register by this link (…/1FAIpQLSc…/viewform…)

Waterville AYSO Region 492:

Save the Date for our End of the Season Ice Cream Social!! All players, coaches, referees, and volunteers will get a free small ice cream cone or popsicle of their choice courtesy of Waterville AYSO Region 492.

To help with wait time, 3U-8U players should arrive at 5 pm to get in line for ice cream and then stay for the 5:45 pm ceremony. 10U-15U players should arrive at 5:45 pm for the ceremony and then get in line for their free ice cream.

All players will get a medal and we will award sportsmanship awards for each division, and recognize our volunteers with regional awards.

Village of Oriskany Falls:

Join us at Douglass Park on Friday, June 28th from 6-8 pm for an evening of live music from Midlife Crisis. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the show. We will have food and drinks available for purchase. A bounce house will be available for children’s entertainment, so parents please keep an eye on your little ones.

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Madison County Public Health:

The second clinic will be on May 21st at Gorman Community Center in Oneida from 4 PM to 7 PM. Interested Madison County residents need to follow the directions on the flyer to make an appointment on our website or call us at 315-366-2526.  A QR code for appointments and another one for downloading our app are provided on the flyer. Anyone who downloads the app will also get regular push notifications about upcoming rabies clinic locations and other events.

U.S. Air Force reports on Roswell

“On June 24, 1997, U.S. Air Force officials release a 231-page report dismissing long-standing claims of an alien spacecraft crash in RoswellNew Mexico, almost exactly 50 years earlier. Public interest in Unidentified Flying Objects, or UFOs, began to flourish in the 1940s, when developments in space travel and the dawn of the atomic age caused many Americans to turn their attention to the skies. The town of Roswell, located near the Pecos River in southeastern New Mexico, became a magnet for UFO believers due to the strange events of early July 1947, when ranch foreman W.W. Brazel found a strange, shiny material scattered over some of his land. He turned the material over to the sheriff, who passed it on to authorities at the nearby Air Force base. On July 8, Air Force officials announced they had recovered the wreckage of a “flying disk.” A local newspaper put the story on its front page, launching Roswell into the spotlight of the public’s UFO fascination.”

To read the full article, click here:

“Then & Now: Sanger Ave.”
~ Waterville Historical Society Facebook


Congratulations to the Class of 2024!

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