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Students On Pine Valley School Honor, Merit Rolls Announced

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SOUTH DAYTON — Pine Valley Central School officials recently released the school’s honor and merit rolls for the first quarter of the 2018-19 school year. They are: HONOR ROLL 12th Grade: Brady Andrews, Felicia Bremiller, Matthew Cadle, Sara Carpenter, Dawson Chase, Bayley Finch, Hannah ...

Panama Central School Names Students On Its Honor And Merit Rolls

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PANAMA — Panama Central School officials recently released the school’s honor and merit rolls for the first quarter of the 2018-19 school year. They are: HONOR ROLL 12th Grade: Wyatt Aiken, Sarah Anderson, Madalyn Bowen, Elizabeth Comstock, Lauren Constantino,Claire Heimburg, Elliott ...

Bethel Baptist Christian Academy Announces Students Of 1Q

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Bethel Baptist Christian Academy in Jamestown has announced its students of the first quarter. They are: Reuben Smart is a second grade student. He is the son of Pastor Tim and Kerri Smart. Reuben’s favorite subject is gym. He also enjoys playing soccer. His favorite books are the “I ...

Grant Helps Fund New Dock At Lake Rowing Association Boathouse

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A new dock was recently installed at the Chautauqua Lake Rowing Association’s boathouse on the Chadakoin River through a grant received from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation Ingrid M. Dawson Memorial Fund and The Aversa Family Fund. The new dock, in addition to the current dock ...

State Extends Tax Law Exemption To Farmers

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New York state has extended of the state’s Real Property Tax Law exemption on farm buildings to provide continued tax relief for New York farmers and growers. The Real Property Tax Law exempts agricultural producers from paying real property tax on buildings that are essential to the ...

Schumer Asks Hotel To Pay For Passports Following Breach

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Amidst news of a massive 500 million-person data breach involving Marriott’s Starwood properties, including its brands of Westin and Sheraton hotels, U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, D-New York, is asking the hotel company to help minimize the personal exposure of some of its breach’s most ...

Funding To Replace North Harmony Bridge

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The Chautauqua County Department of Public Facilities was recently awarded $1.524 million in funding from the state Department of Transportation as part of New York state’s BRIDGE NY program. The funding will be utilized to replace the bridge over Prendergast Creek on County Touring Route ...

State Tax Department Shares Way For Online Privacy

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The state Department of Taxation and Finance is sharing a few ways taxpayers can protect their private information online. The effort to help safeguard sensitive data coincides with National Tax Security Awareness Week, which runs through Friday. Taxpayers contact the Tax Department ...

New York Is On Track To End AIDS Epidemic

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New York state is on track to end the AIDS epidemic by the end of 2020, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who proposed new regulations that will remove barriers and expand access to care for uninsured or underinsured people living with HIV. The regulations build on New York’s reputation as a ...

Gym Remodeled As CV Finishes Capital Project

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SINCLAIRVILLE — Just in time for basketball season, the newly remodeled gymnasium at Cassadaga Valley is complete. This and several other capital improvement projects inside the middle/high and elementary schools are in the finishing stages, which were discussed during a recent board of ...

Area Police Reports

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JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT ¯ Ronald C. Harmon, 37, of Jamestown was charged with third-degree assault and endangering the welfare of a child. Officers responded Friday to an East Fourth Street home for a reported domestic dispute. An investigation found that Harmon allegedly assaulted a ...

A Perfect Match

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Two women with regional connections have had their lives changed. Jamestown resident Karen Misko recently found a compatible out-of-state donor for a new kidney transplant. The news came as a relief to Misko, who has been on dialysis for years. Even more surprising is that the search ...

(9:08 AM) Injured Calves Who Fell Off Truck Found On I-86

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SHERMAN — Several injured calves were found wandering Interstate 86 after they apparently fell out of the back of a truck early Tuesday, the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office said. Motorists in New York and Pennsylvania were asked to be on the lookout after sheriff's deputies were notified ...

(UPDATE) Lakewood Man Jailed After Pursuit Reaches 130MPH

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A Lakewood man charged last year for stealing a car from a village dealership and crashing it in Florida is facing a host of charges after a high-speed pursuit Tuesday in a stolen vehicle reportedly reached 130 mph on Interstate 86. Taken into custody was 22-year-old Collin A. Slack after ...

(UPDATE) Lakewood Man Jailed After Pursuit Reaches 130MPH

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A Lakewood man charged earlier this year for stealing a car from a village dealership and crashing it in Florida is again facing a host of charges after a high-speed pursuit Tuesday in a stolen vehicle reportedly reached 130 mph on Interstate 86. Taken into custody was 22-year-old Collin A. ...

(4:55 PM) Former Jamestown Woodworking Building Demolished

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ELLICOTT — Snowflakes crowned the scene of a major demolition at 173 Jackson Ave., the former site of Jamestown Woodworking Inc., on Tuesday morning. https://youtu.be/K054VnlK_DI The wrecking was the result of years of effort and a symbol of mutually beneficial means to end, according to ...

‘Framed In Pink’ Raises Funds For Breast Cancer Care

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A group of local bowlers recently hosted the 10th annual Framed in Pink: Bowling Over Breast Cancer at the Jamestown Bowling Company. This charity event supported local breast cancer care at UPMC Chautauqua through their endowment fund at WCA Foundation and paid tribute to loved ones who ...

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Viking Lodge To Meet Thursday The election of 2019 officers for the Viking Lodge scheduled for Thursday has been canceled due to the fact that the ballot was found clear — all offices were uncontested. The regular meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Viking office, 214 N. Main St., ...