On this edition of Our Finger Lakes History, Seneca County Historian Walter Gable presents the complete history of the Sampson Naval Training Station during World War II which was located on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake where Sampson State Park is today and covered 2,535 acres. 411,429 naval recruits were trained there during the 3.5 years of operation.
The South Seneca and Romulus girls basketball programs have been the class of the Wayne-Finger Lakes in recent years. Both have captured New York State titles, Romulus in 2014 (Class D) and South Seneca in 2016 (Class C). Currently, the defending state champion Lady Falcons are ranked 1st in NYS in Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association. The Lady Warriors are currently ranked 4th in Class D. Neighboring South Seneca and Romulus has always been an intense rivalry on the hardwood and that rivalry was renewed on Thursday night in Romulus. Dave Barnick and Kevin Korzeniewski have the call on FL1 Sports…
Seneca County Supervisors Steve Churchill and Paul Kronewetter along with Seneca White Deer President Dennis Money were in-studio on Thursday to talk about the upcoming vote to determine the future of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus.
Jessica Lahr returns to the anchor desk with a look at the top news of the week on FingerLakes1.com, a look ahead to the weekend weather, a full list of summer weekend events, and an interview with leading man Ray Kelsey on the upcoming Seneca Community Players production of ‘Death Trap’.