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Digging Into The Past

June 10, 2016 What will be discovered this year? That was one question on the minds of those participating in the start of the fifth year of the Walnut Grove Archaeology project at the Fenton History Center,... more »»

Exploring The History Of Jamestown’s First Newspaper

June 10, 2016 One hundred and ninety years ago, a family was getting settled in a newly constructed home at the northeast corner of Main and Fourth streets in Jamestown. more »»

What’s In A Name Discussed At The Fenton

June 10, 2016 What’s in a name? When it comes to the names of towns, hamlets, creeks and lakes, Norman Carlson, Fenton History Center collections manager, has spent a great deal of time researching their origins... more »»

Students Host Wax Museum

June 10, 2016 Students in grades 7-12 at Bethel Baptist Christian Academy presented a historical wax museum on Tuesday, May 24. Students were dressed in costume and had props to depict a character from history. more »»

Songs From The South(ern Tier)

June 9, 2016 Few things in life have given me the kind of satisfaction I feel after a giving a solid, well-attended performanc. more »»

On Point

June 9, 2016 “Dance is like language to me. The steps are like words. more »»

Jamestown Native To Compete In International Organ Competition

June 9, 2016 KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. — An international organ competition will have local representation when Joshua Stafford takes on nine other competitors next week. more »»

How Do You Say ‘Woman’?

June 8, 2016 I love the way my pastor says the word, “Woman.” Instead of the typical pronunciation, he says, “Whoa-man.” As in, “Whoa, man ... she is amazing. She is loved. She is special. more »»

All Starr Performance

June 8, 2016 SALAMANCA — Well, what can really be said that hasn’t already been said about one of the most well-known, if not the most well-known, percussionist on the planet today? Not much, other than, “Man,... more »»

Persell Fifth-Graders Learn About Rainforest Through Non-Fiction

June 5, 2016 The Gapon Viper, Howler Monkey, Leaf Cutter Ant and the Happy Face Spider are just a few of the animals profiled by Persell Middle School fifth graders as part of their English Language Arts unit... more »»

Fill The Backpack

June 5, 2016 For those looking to assist the community, a campaign to collect food items for children in need starts today at Wegmans in Jamestown. more »»

The Scent Of Memory

June 5, 2016 I’m on my way to school to substitute teach at Washington Middle School. It’s 7:35 in the morning on a warm day in spring, just a few days from Memorial Day weekend. more »»

Give It Your Best Shot

June 5, 2016 Tonja Dodd took this photo of her daughter, Emerson, with their puppy, Sandy, on Memorial Day in Sinclairville. Send us your ‘‘Best Shot’’ of unique moments in your family’s life. more »»

When You Come To A Fork In The Road

June 5, 2016 “When you come to a fork in the road, take it. more »»

The Benefits Of Getting Away For A While

June 5, 2016 I just returned from a road trip to North Carolina. I had been through the area before, but had never spent an extended time there. more »»

Persell Project Benefits From Community Support

June 5, 2016 Persell Middle School’s Community Garden is well on its way to providing an outdoor, hands-on experience to deliver life-long learning and enrichment in students’ lives thanks to the generosity of... more »»

Putting IPads In Students’ Hands Enhances Education

June 5, 2016 “Once you have solved the multi-step equation with pencil and paper and I have checked that it is correct, then, I want you to use your iPads to create a video on the Doceri app, creating a video... more »»

Editor's Note

June 4, 2016 I made a trip out of town with my family for Memorial Day weekend, traveling seven hours west for the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. more »»

There’s More To Life Than Cheddar

June 4, 2016 He was born in Jakarta, Indonesia — a huge sprawling metropolis, home to 9 million people and unimaginable traffic, a daunting yet dynamic place built on a wide, flat delta that is intersected by 13... more »»

Classic Confections

June 4, 2016 Although Brenda Hendricks retired several years ago after teaching kindergarten at Pine Valley Central School, she has not sat idle. more »»

 
 
 

 

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