Christmas Spirit Evident In Downtown Parade

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Collaborative Children’s Solutions launched its largest Christmas parade ever on Saturday, entitled “Light the City.” The non-profit organization reported in a post, on their official Facebook page, that the previous biggest parade they’ve hosted had 60 floats, and this year’s ...

Randolph Native Lives Among Family Heirlooms

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While living in California and Alaska, Randolph native Laurie Adams rarely missed getting home for Christmas with her family. “I only missed coming home a handful of times,” said the daughter of Don and Ella Mae Adams, whose home is located on 400-acres in Napoli. “I still spend ...

O’Connor Remembered As Ambassador For Chautauqua County

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Even on a raised platform, the 8-foot-tall bronze statue of Robert H. Jackson towered over U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor as she stood at a lectern. However, it was O’Connor and her glass-shattering rise and advocacy for women’s rights that stood out that summer day in ...

Mayville Veteran Recalls Service In Vietnam

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During his time as a combat engineer in Vietnam, Carl Steenburn worked on building roads and landing zones for helicopters. After graduating from Mayville High School in 1968, Steenburn joined the U.S. Army, spending three years in service. The first year was spent training with heavy ...

Assemblyman Proposes Development Agency For Rural Areas

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At least one state Assembly member thinks New York should do more to help rural communities find economic development dollars. Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-Herkimer, has introduced legislation (A.8136) to amend the state Urban Development Corporation Act to establish a Rural Equity ...