Lost Jobs May Mean Fewer Patients at Lee Memorial

By Natalie J. Woodall

    Amid the economic turmoil plaguing the city of Fulton for several years, A. L. Lee Memorial Hospital has stood like a beacon of hope for community residents. Founded in 1903, it is a voluntary not-for-profit hospital. As the 67-bed hospital enters its se... [Subscriber-only content]

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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 68

Issue 68
October/November 2003

Cover Story


Paul Scott

My First Job

Sorting Eggs and Delivering Them in Fulton, House to House

My Turn

Can Journalists Be Objective, Accurate?



Economic Trends

Now is the Time to Develop or Expand Your Business

Special Article

Mean People Prohibit Growth

Last Page

College Dreams Come True at Cayuga Community College

Healthcare Briefs