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Jamestown High School Announces Third-Quarter Honor, Merit Roll

Jamestown High School has announced third-quarter honor and merit rolls for students. Honor Roll 12th Grade: Mackenzie Abbey, Hannah Abbott, Emily Anderson, Carla Berrios, Hannah Brant, Jonathan Breeding, Tyler Briggs, Bradley Brown, Dylan Bush, Jeremy Bush, Madison Card, Ryan Classon, Tori ...

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TRC To Hold Seventh Annual Education Symposium

CHAUTAUQUA — Perspectives on issues facing people with disabilities will be shared when The Resource Center holds its seventh annual Educational Symposium on Wednesday, May 17, at Chautauqua Institution. The theme of this year’s symposium is “The Future is NOW! Are We Ready?” The ...

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Minor Injuries In Sinclairville Rollover

New York State Police and the Gerry and Sinclairville fire departments responded to a vehicle rollover on Old Chautauqua Road in Sinclairville on Thursday shortly before 11 a.m. According to reports, the vehicle went off the road and rolled several times, leaving the driver with minor injuries. ...

Old Home Parade Signups Underway

FREWSBURG — The planning committee for Frewsburg’s Old Home Week Parade met recently to review the groups that are currently scheduled to participate. Old Home Week and the parade has been an annual event in the community nearly since the fire department was organized in 1924. This ...

Salamanca Man Indicted On Fraud, Money Laundering Charges

A Salamanca man was slammed with a 48-count indictment Thursday for allegedly operating fraudulent debt restructuring businesses. According to Assistant U.S. Attorney Trini Ross, who is handling the case, Sergiy Bezrukov, 33, allegedly operated the businesses out of two offices in the Western ...

Cornhole Signups Due Friday

The Children’s Safety Village is holding a double-elimination, co-ed softball and cornhole tournament starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 20. The cost for the softball tournament is $40 a player with an unlimited roster. There must be 10 players on the field with a minimum of four women per ...

Bemus Point Library To Present Wool Workshop

BEMUS POINT — On Friday, May 12, from 1-3 p.m., the Bemus Point Library is presenting a workshop on braided wool rug techniques. Using reclaimed wool clothing, those attending can learn how to start, braid, add lengths and lace to create braided wool rugs. The group will learn all of the ...

Shoppers are pictured at a previous Vintage Book and Paper Show and Sale hosted by the Chautauqua County Historical Society.

Westfield To Hold Vintage Book Sale Saturday

WESTFIELD — The 2017 Vintage Book and Paper Show and Sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Westfield’s Eason Hall, 23 Elm St., on Saturday featuring a room full of dealers. Presented by the Chautauqua County Historical Society and organized by Bob Johnston, historical society ...

Pictured with some of the gifts to be won at the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Girls Club pancake breakfast are event coordinators Veronica Mistretta (far left)  and Barb Tramonte (far right) along with adult members Diane Couchenour and Carol Fitzpatrick.

Boys And Girls Club To Host Breakfast Saturday

The adult members of the Winifred Crawford Dibert Boys and Girls Club of Jamestown are sponsoring the ninth annual pancake breakfast on Saturday at the club’s 62 Allen St. facility, serving from 8-11:30 a.m. The breakfast consists of scrambled eggs, sausage, juice, milk and coffee or tea ...

Audubon Presents Birdsong Walk At Fredonia’s College Lodge

The Audubon Community Nature Center will host a Birdsong Walk starting at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 10, at the State University at Fredonia College Lodge in Brocton. Beginning at 8:30 a.m. in an informal, half-hour workshop, Terry Mosher will teach those attending to identify about 15 birds ...

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Pet Of The Week

The Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue Dog of the Week is Picasso, a sweet and easy-going beagle who would be perfect for someone looking for a calm older dog to be a couch buddy or a nice walking companion. He’s had a rough life so far; a loving home is what he’s looking for! The shelter is ...

Chautauqua Leadership Network’s Class Of 2017 To Gather Tuesday

As part of a year-long curriculum of professional development seminars, members of Chautauqua Leadership Network’s Class of 2017 will gather Tuesday from 8 a.m. to noon at Jamestown Community College in Carnahan Center Room 120 to participate in an opportunity to work together as a team, ...

On May 13, Maple Grove will perform “Anything Goes” at Shea’s after being nominated for the 2017 Kenny Awards.

Maple Grove’s ‘Anything Goes’ Nominated For Kennys

Maple Grove High School’s production of “Anything Goes” has been nominated for the 2017 Kenny Awards, an award show presented by Shea’s Performing Arts Center and the Lipke Foundation that recognizes and honors area high school students for their outstanding talent and commitment to ...

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Creche Spring Rummage Sale Set For Thursday

The annual Creche spring rummage sale is set to begin on Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. with a bag sale on Friday from 9 a.m. to noon. From left, Mary Phaneuf and Betsy Shepherd, co-chairwomen of the spring sale, display several items that will be available during the sale located at the Spire ...

Mayville Senior Citizens Plan Bus Trip, To Meet Thursday

A great turnout of 56 Senior Citizens enjoyed a beef on weck dinner with lots of extras brought by members including eggs, cole slaw and desserts. Afterwards, Bonnie Johnson, President opened the meeting. The secretary and treasurer reports were read and accepted. Mary Carlson, Goodwill ...

Chamber Singers To Present An ‘All-American’ Concert

The Community Music Project will present “I’ll Sing On: American Folk Songs and Spirituals” on Sunday. The Chamber Singers, under the direction on Rebecca Ryan and accompanied by Brian Bogey, will featured works by Harry Burleigh and Alice Parker, a 91-year-old American choral icon whom ...

Doug Arters is pictured.

SAR Group Hears Talk By Vince Martonis, To Meet Saturday

CASSADAGA — The Chautauqua County Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution recently heard a talk about the Cattaraugus Reservation region and British Lt. John Docksteder, given by Vince Martonis, Hanover town historian. Martonis, a retired school teacher, noted that there is a ...

Regional Economic Development Funding Workshop Thursday

The seventh round of funding for the Regional Economic Development Council initiative has begun, with more than $800 million in state economic development resources available. To better prepare Chautauqua County stakeholders for this competition, Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan ...

High School Photo Club To Host Portrait Event Sunday

CELORON — On Sunday, May 7, the Southwestern high school photography club is hosting its 5th Help-Portrait Chautauqua at the Resource Center, 200 Dunham Ave, Celoron at the old Celoron school. From 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., professional and student photographers will be offering individual ...

Harmony Seniors To Meet Thursday

PANAMA — Harmony Senior Citizens met April 6 at the Panama united Methodist Church. Beverly Smith, president, welcomed 42 members and one guest. Lois King, Chaplain, gave a reading, led the flag salute and offered the dinner prayer. Birthdays were celebrated by Calvin Carr, Verlah Daley, ...