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Fredonia's Suhr battling virus on eve of Olympic competition

August 15, 2016 Just one day before she competes, Fredonia's Jenn Suhr could be battling more than just the challengers in the pole vault competition at the Summer Olympics in Rio. more »»

Meridien Re-Energizes Troubled Pond In Front Of Randolph Central School

August 15, 2016 RANDOLPH — Meridien Energy LLC gave back to the community it calls home this week when the company generously donated the time and labor of a crew, equipment and fuel to cleanup the beloved pond... more »»

Cuomo Visit Scheduled, Quickly Postponed For Second Time

August 15, 2016 For the second time in about a month, area officials have been energized by the prospect of a visit by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to Jamestown only to see the event quickly postponed. more »»

Local Couple Competing In The Hitched 716 Contest

August 14, 2016 What started as a video made just for fun has turned into the opportunity of a lifetime for Kali Simko and Brett Rinald. more »»

County, Municipal Departments Divided Over Narrowbanding Mandate

August 14, 2016 Police officers and firefighters rely on effective radio communication daily, both for themselves and for the people they protect. more »»

Sheldon House Sale Upheld By State Supreme Court

August 14, 2016 The petition opposing the use variance to allow for office space at the Sheldon House has been dismissed. more »»

Car Enthusiasts Battle The Elements During Motor Mayhem

August 13, 2016 The above-average temperatures and high humidity didn’t stop motor enthusiast from enjoying Motor Mayhem Friday. more »»

County, State To Have Broadband By 2018

August 13, 2016 All residents in Chautauqua County and New York state will have access to high-speed internet by 2018 through Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s broadband initiative. more »»

Benefit Planned For Family Of Mayville Firefighter

August 13, 2016 Being a volunteer firefighter takes a special kind of mettle. But for those who knew him best, Jake Foreman not only displayed such courage in the midst of a fire, but so too in his everyday lif. more »»

Reed Meets With Veterans In Jamestown

August 13, 2016 U.S. Rep. Tom Reed made a stop in Jamestown Friday afternoon as he met with area veterans to discuss ways to better improve quality of life after serving in the military. more »»

Weather Drives Up Summer Lake Recreation, Business

August 12, 2016 Summer recreation and business on Chautauqua Lake is booming this year as ideal conditions are creating clear waters for boaters and swimmers. more »»

Donations Help Ashville Library Recover From $800 Theft

August 12, 2016 ASHVILLE — The theft of $800 from the Ashville Free Library has apparently struck a chord with the public. more »»

GA Family Services, Camp Onyahsa Excited For New Partnership Opportunities

August 12, 2016 DEWITTVILLE — Rain notwithstanding, a handful of the county’s underprivileged youth have been offered an opportunity to get in touch with nature. more »»

Jamestown DMV Computers Down After Lightning Strike; Customers Asked To Go To Mayville Or Dunkirk Offices

August 12, 2016 Computers in the Department of Motor Vehicles office in Jamestown are down after being struck by lightning. County officials are waiting on technicians to fix the problem. more »»

Needed Rain Comes In Unwanted Fashion, Area Flooding Ensues

August 11, 2016 Some much needed rain hit the area Wednesday evening, but heavy downpours resulted in flooded streets and two cars being swept away. more »»

Comedy Center To Receive $1.7M For Attraction Equipment

August 11, 2016 Tom Reed, R-C-I-Corning, recently announced the National Comedy Center in Jamestown will receive a $1.7 million federal grant for attraction equipment. more »»

Man ‘Targeted’ In City Shooting

August 11, 2016 A male victim was reportedly shot in the hand Tuesday evening while riding his bike in the area of East Sixth Street and Spring Street. more »»

Local Artisan Says His Job Is ‘For The Birds’

August 11, 2016 CATTARAUGUS — People visiting local arts and crafts festivals and farmers’ markets are likely to see Jon Sheldon selling his rustic, handcrafted birdhouses. more »»

U.S. Government Won't Reclassify Marijuana, Allows Research

August 11, 2016 WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration will keep marijuana on the list of the most dangerous drugs, despite growing popular support for legalization, but will allow more research into its... more »»

Global Classroom: JCC Hosts International English Immersion Program

August 11, 2016 When making a visit to Jamestown Community College, it might be wise to learn how to say “Hello,” in Spanish, Arabic, Japanese, French or Haitian Creole French. more »»



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