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Clymer Town Clerk Resigns, Deputy To Fill Remainder Of Year

CLYMER — A town leadership role has a new face in the town of Clymer as former town clerk Karen Foster’s resignation was accepted at the May town board meeting. Town Supervisor Brian Willink read Foster’s letter of resignation to the board during the meeting. Foster’s resignation is ...

Raising Money

BEMUS POINT – The men and women of the Bemus Point Volunteer Fire Department are raising money to house the department’s lake rescue equipment. According to bemuspointfire.com, the department will host a fundraising dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or until supplies run out, Saturday ...

Ruling Nixes Fredonia Water Decision

Fredonia’s Save Our Reservoir group has won the latest battle. State Supreme Court Justice Grace Hanlon ruled Thursday in favor of a lawsuit filed by five village residents against the Fredonia Board of Trustees’ Dec. 26 water resolution. The resolution directed a drawdown of the ...

Recent Transactions

UPDATE: This story has been updated to clarify the status of land sold in Clymer. A story in the Saturday edition of The Post-Journal included the real estate transfer of land at 8926 W. Main St., Clymer. That sale only affects the land occupied by LandPro Equipment. The business itself is ...

Historical Society To Host Open House At Mayville Depot Museum

MAYVILLE — The Chautauqua Township Historical Society will be unveiling a new video system in the Mayville Depot Museum during an open house event at the end of the month. Located at 16 Water St. near Mayville’s Lakeside Park, the open house is set for May 25 from 1 to 5 p.m. The museum ...

Maple Grove Students Place Flags At Grave Sites

BEMUS POINT -- Maple Grove High School’s Advanced Placement Government and Politics students did their part to ensure all honors were rendered to our nation’s fallen by placing American flags at individual gravesites this week at Bemus Point Cemetery. “Every year I require my AP class ...