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Chautauqua County School Board Assn. Compilation, Vol. 1: It’s Time To Stand Up For Public Education

April 11, 2016 This is the first of a series of articles put together by Sylvester Cleary of the Chautauqua County School Board Association. more »»

Its Future At Stake, Erie Braces For Hard Choices

April 11, 2016 On the surface, Erie, Pennsylvania, seems to be a city that’s been making all the right moves. more »»

Slice Of Victory

April 10, 2016 Fresco Pizza and Wings has another feather to put in its cap, thanks to the Fenton History Center and the citizens of Jamestown. more »»

SWCS Students Support Blue Star Mothers With Fundraiser

April 10, 2016 Students are starting to learn volunteerism and community support early at Southwestern Central School District, thanks to the Interact Club. more »»

Scrabble Club To Meet At Library

April 9, 2016 Pictured from left are Eric Eklum, Cornelia Hennon, Emily Kuhl and Christine Hatfield participating in Scrabble Club, which will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Prendergast Library, 509 Cherry St. more »»

Fredonia Dance Ensemble Performs Spring Recital

April 9, 2016 FREDONIA — This weekend, the Fredonia Dance Ensemble is showing the community the fruits of their year of labor, in their traditional spring recital. more »»

Sen. Young Announces Funding To Repair Route 394, Other Roadways

April 9, 2016 ALBANY — Bumps in the road and other hindrances may soon disappear for many area drivers, according to state Sen. Cathy Young. more »»

Democrat Announces Candidacy For State Senate

April 9, 2016 SOUTH VALLEY — A Cattaraugus County resident announced his candidacy Friday to challenge state Sen. Cathy Young in the upcoming electio. more »»

Full-Length Feature

April 8, 2016 WESTFIELD — Although many Westfield Academy and Central School departments present budget requests to the board of education this time of year, three sixth-grade students took things up a notch at... more »»

Ripley Derailment Investigation Ongoing

April 8, 2016 RIPLEY — A month has passed since a train derailed in Ripley, but figuring out a cause may have to wait up to a year. more »»

ZBA Approves Variance For Former Dahlstrom Building

April 8, 2016 The appearance of the south side of the former Dahlstrom industrial site should soon be improving. more »»

Prize Of Bravery

April 7, 2016 CHERRY CREEK — It may be said that all small towns appreciate their local firefighters, but Cherry Creek is one small community that puts action to their words. more »»

Next Unite North Main Community Meeting Being Planned

April 7, 2016 More community input will soon be gathered to ‘‘Unite North Main Stree. more »»

Farm To Table

April 6, 2016 The inaugural Farmer Neighbor Dinner brought farmers, interested citizens and elected officials together to celebrate agriculture in Chautauqua County on Tuesday. more »»

Cali Retires From New Directions After 39 Years

April 6, 2016 RANDOLPH — Lea Anne Cali has been on a long road of dedication and compassion working with the youth at New Directions Youth and Family Services. more »»

Westfield Board OKs 2016-17 Budget

April 6, 2016 WESTFIELD — Recently, the Westfield Village Board came together to discuss the budget for the 2016-17 fiscal yea. more »»

State Finance’s Mobile Command Center Stops In Jamestown

April 5, 2016 The New York State Department of Financial Services’ Mobile Command Center made a stop in Jamestown on Monday to assist those with incomes under $62,000 file their taxes. Last week, Gov. more »»

Reed Reaffirms Parents’ Right To Opt-Out Kids From Testing

April 5, 2016 A letter by U.S. Rep. Tom Reed to the U.S. Department of Education is reasserting a parent’s right to opt-out of Common Core testing. more »»

Left Speechless

April 5, 2016 From an awkward stage entrance in week one to a solid stage performance in week five, Jonathan Young defied the odds and has been crowned winner of the seventh season of Chautauqua’s Got Talent. more »»

Pizza For Flags

April 4, 2016 KENNEDY — The patriotic displays around the town of Poland will once again grace the warm weather months thanks to continuing community support. more »»



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