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Stars And Stripes

June 29, 2014 KENNEDY — Hallquist Park was the setting for the memorable Flag Retirement Ceremony held recently by Kennedy Pride. Roland Swanson served as emcee and speaker for the service. more »»

Feeding The Hungry

June 29, 2014 CHAUTAUQUA — Chautauqua Institution has partnered with the National Geographic Society for Week Two, held today through Saturda. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

June 29, 2014 A butterfly hitched a ride to grandma and grandpa’s house with 6-year-old Jacquelynn Sherlock, daughter of Jessica Fitzgerald of Little Valle. more »»

The July Skies

June 28, 2014 Mercury is positioned between Earth and the sun and cannot be seen during the first part of Jul. more »»

A Steamboat Legacy

June 20, 2014 Among the favorite topics for local history fans and collectors are the Chautauqua Lake steamboats. more »»

A Bright Future

June 17, 2014 SINCLAIRVILLE — Classrooms are going to look a little different this coming school year at Cassadaga Valley. more »»

Fishing With Heroes

June 17, 2014 WESTFIELD — Wounded combat veterans have the opportunity to take a relaxing, cost-free getaway on Lake Erie. Cast Away Charters, owned by Cap. more »»

Grand Opening Of Fenton History Center Museum Is Thursday

June 17, 2014 After months of planning and hours of volunteer work by members of the Fenton History Center and Erie-2-BOCES Adult Education Work Experience program, the new entryway, gift shop and “Welcome to... more »»

A Run To Remember Set For June 29

June 17, 2014 FALCONER — The Falconer Fire Department’s Junior Firefighter Explorer Crew 0140 will be hosting its first annual “A Run to Remember,” a 5K fun walk/run for Alzheimer’s on June 29. more »»

CRCF Grants Over $100,000 To Local Organizations

June 17, 2014 The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation recently granted $105,507 from its Fund for the Region during its second round of Community Service Grant. more »»

Eyes On Learning

June 15, 2014 “It was like Christmas,” exclaimed Elizabeth Tiberi. “Yes, it was,” excitedly added fellow medical lab student Kyle Jordan. more »»

The Bloodhound Gang

June 8, 2014 Each spring, teams of handlers and Bloodhounds meet for a week at Allegany State Park to learn more about trailing and to practice their skills. more »»

An Early Inventor In Jamestown

June 6, 2014 “See a pin and pick it up, all the day you’ll have good luck. more »»

The June Skies

May 31, 2014 Mercury is positioned between Earth and the sun and is not visible this month. Brilliant Venus appears as the “morning star” during June. Look for it at dawn, low in the eastern sky. more »»

Fenton History Center Renovations Ongoing

May 27, 2014 There will be a new look to the Fenton History Museum when it reopens. Currently the museum, located at 67 Washington St., Jamestown, is undergoing a first-floor renovation project. more »»

Olean To Host Second Annual Brander Bash Friday

May 27, 2014 OLEAN — The stadium was once a crown jewel for the city of Olean. After years of neglect, some in the community are working hard to bring Bradner Stadium back to a place of glory and celebration. more »»

Opera House Honors Boltzes, Gilmans

May 27, 2014 FREDONIA — The 1891 Fredonia Opera House recently hosted a special reception during which it honored and announced a lasting tribute to two longtime supporters. more »»

‘Colors 2014’

May 27, 2014 Studio Dance Conservatory will present their annual recital, Colors 2014, Saturday, June 7, at 7:30 p.m. in JCC’s Scharmann Theater. more »»

Green Thumbs Wanted

May 18, 2014 St. Susan Center is calling all green thumbs for its Giving Garden progra. more »»

Routes To Art This Weekend In Cattaraugus County

May 16, 2014 For the past six years, during the middle weekend of May, Cattaraugus County is turned into one of the largest art gallery tours possible. This year is no different. more »»



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