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Colorado Blue

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If the sight of a giant blue spruce tree puts you in the holiday spirit, then today’s delivery to Tracy Plaza is what you’ve been waiting for. The city’s Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department, along with the assistance of a crew and crane from the Jamestown Board of Public ...

New Design

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Gradually, a new brand of park signs are being installed in the city of Jamestown. On Wednesday, city officials gathered at Bergman Park to announce the latest sign installation. Julia Ciesla-Hanley, city recreation coordinator; Sam Teresi, Jamestown mayor; and John Williams, city parks ...

Permit Sought To Re-Open Lakewood Restaurant

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The former Craft Burgers and Brews building in Lakewood may not be vacant much longer. A public hearing on the project will be held Monday, Nov. 25, at the Lakewood Village Hall. Bruce Stanton, a 13-year Lakewood resident, has applied for a special use permit to operate a new restaurant at ...

JPS Clarifies Lockdown

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In an effort quell misinformation and community outrage, Jamestown Public Schools officials clarified recent events stemming from an emergency lockdown procedure at the high school that was sparked by a fight among several students. The Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education and ...

Hunter Rescued From Tree Stand

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A Jamestown hunter who found himself dangling from a tree stand for two and a half hours in Cattaraugus County was recently assisted by local first responders. The Nov. 5 incident was one of two detailed Wednesday by the state Department of Environmental Conservation. The DEC said ...

4 Charged In Sweep Of Area Properties

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Four area residents were jailed on drug charges after investigators swept two properties early Wednesday. Taken into custody were 47-year-old Ryan D. Robertson, 43-year-old Dennis W. Annis, 29-year-old Craig M. VanHook and 27-year-old Kirsten L. Martinez. Two search warrants — one at ...

Village Resident Requests Alternate Parking

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FALCONER — Efforts to combat local streets packed with cars and snow were discussed by the Village Board on Tuesday. A longtime resident of East Everett Street in Falconer asked the board to consider implementing alternate parking. “One of the biggest problems we’ve had is ...

Americans Are Viewing Impeachment On Their Own Terms

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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Cattle rancher Jeffery Gatzke in South Dakota was listening in as he worked on his tractor in his workshop. The first public hearing on impeaching President Donald Trump is a political show, he thinks, but one he wanted to tune into. Nadxely Sanchez, 18, watched on ...

Kiwanis Announces September Terrific Kids Of The Month

Community

Madelyn Conner, sixth grader and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Conner of Kennedy, was chosen as the Falconer Kiwanis Terrific Kid for September. Madelyn enjoys dance, playing games, playing the clarinet, singing, and playing softball. She is a member of the Middle School Student Council and ...

Jackson Center To Host ‘Welcome Home, Veterans’ Event Saturday

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The Robert H. Jackson Center will co-host its second annual veterans’ event in partnership with Heritage Ministries and the PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Veterans Peer to Peer Program. On Saturday, the “Welcome Home, Veterans: Mail Call” program will begin at 10 a.m. in the Carl Cappa Theatre at ...

‘Audubon Remembers’ To Be Held Saturday

Community

The public is invited to join Audubon Community Nature Center in celebrating and honoring the people who have connected the community to nature. Audubon Remembers, an opportunity to both remember the past and plant for the future, is Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Jamestown ...

A Dickens Holiday to Take Place Nov. 22-24

Community

WESTFIELD — Christmas in the village of Westfield — A Dickens Holiday 2019, will take place Nov. 22-24. The three-day family event marks the beginning of the holiday season in Westfield. and includes Santa’s arrival, horse-drawn carriage rides through the village, the Hall of ...

Local Financial Advisor Hosts Toys For Tots Drop-Off Location

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LAKEWOOD — Kathryn Colvin, a local Edward Jones financial advisor, is supporting the Marine Corp Toys for Tots program by using her office as a drop-off location for this year’s toy drive. Local residents may help needy children in the area by bringing in a new, unwrapped toy to the ...

Quilters’ Guild To Hold Annual Holiday Dinner

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WESTFIELD — The Westfield Quilters’ Guild will hold its annual holiday dinner at the Westfield YWCA on Thursday, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m. Dinner is potluck with drinks provided. The guild will distribute all of the comfort quilts members have made throughout the year. More than 130 quilts ...

Students Gather For Leaders’ Day Event

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About 45 students and 18 adult advisors from nine local schools gathered for a training event on Nov. 3 called Leaders’ Day, held at the Hillcrest Youth Center and hosted by Impact Campus Fellowship. Impact is a student-led network of Christian Clubs that meet in dozens of schools ...

Music Students Have New Instruments Through Grant

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Jefferson Middle School music students have new guitars and ukuleles through a grant from The Guitar Center Music Foundation. The foundation donated ten ukuleles, eight classical guitars, 12 packs of f classical guitar strings, 18 Fender chromatic tuners, stands for ukuleles, eight classical ...

PVCS Voters OK Capital Project

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SOUTH DAYTON — Residents in the Pine Valley School District have approved their proposed Capital Improvement Project on Tuesday. The unofficial result was 146 yes and 45 no. The Capital Improvement Project is designed to address important repairs, renovations and improvements to ...