Monday, May 8

Francis G. Jordan

February 9, 1946 ~ April 30, 2023

Francis G. Jordan, 77, lifelong resident of Oriskany Falls, NY passed away at his home on Sunday, April 30, 2023. Born February 9, 1946 in Utica, he was a son of the late Edward P. and Catherine A. Burns Jordan and was a graduate of Oriskany Falls High School. He was a truck driver for Rite Aid in Rome until retiring. In his younger years he enjoyed hunting and camping with his girls. Long time avid reader and enthusiastic gardener. Francis was a communicant of St. Joseph’s Church in Oriskany Falls.



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Food Bank of CNY May Food Sense Menu:

Waterville AYSO Region 492:

SCHEDULE INFORMATION FOR THE SPRING 2023 SEASON. Note: Sunday, April 23 Schedule for 10U, 12U & 15U is tentative and could change. Coaches will have more information this week regarding finalized schedules for the season. Thank you!

Waterville Historical Society:

Got Milk? Talk by John S. Rienzo, Jr. on the history of milk delivery. See a restored DIVCO milk truck. Wednesday, May 17th 7 pm at the Waterville Historical Society, 220 E. Main St.

Waterville American Legion:

We’re LESS THAN 1 WEEK OUT from CNY’s muddiest, most inspiring event and biggest barn party of the year. Register TODAY for Mudfest on May 6 to be part of our iconic mud run (including timed, untimed, and kids’ run options), or you can join us as a volunteer or spectator. You miss 100% of the chances you don’t take, so take THIS ONE! You won’t regret it:

WCS Sports Booster Club:

Logan is on a Roll !!!! Congratulations keep the streak going!

Mohawk Valley Power of the Past:

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Oriskany Falls Public Library:

V-E Day is celebrated in America and Britain

“On May 8, 1945, both Great Britain and the United States celebrate Victory in Europe Day. Cities in both nations, as well as formerly occupied cities in Western Europe, put out flags and banners, rejoicing in the defeat of the Nazi war machine during World War II. The eighth of May spelled the day when German troops throughout Europe finally laid down their arms: In Prague, Germans surrendered to their Soviet antagonists, after the latter had lost more than 8,000 soldiers, and the Germans considerably more; in Copenhagen and Oslo; at Karlshorst, near Berlin; in northern Latvia; on the Channel Island of Sark—the German surrender was realized in a final cease-fire. More surrender documents were signed in Berlin and in eastern Germany. “

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A week ago, on May 17th,   just about across the road from the Bulletin Board, a new Historical Marker was dedicated at the old Deansville Depot. 

 “Yvonne Durant Brady and Dot McConnell, representing the Marshall Historical Society,  joined Brothertown Association president Dave Sullivan for the unveiling.

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The price of gas today.

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