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Retrospective

May 12, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Karen Karsten of Silver Creek has been named the Young Careerist representing District VIII of Business and Professional Women (BPW). more »»

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May 10, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 LouAnn Krystofiak of Dunkirk recently received a letter from the editors of “Family Circle” magazine in response to a note of encouragement she had written to Sondra Brisby... more »»

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May 9, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The newly unveiled Fredonia Village Hall and Opera House sign is not just a sign, but a piece of art, according to Trustee Frank Pagano. more »»

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May 8, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 A party was held recently for four persons who retired from the maintenance department of AL Tech Specialty Steel. more »»

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May 7, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 As part of the village of Brocton’s 100th year anniversary, plans are under way to build a gazebo in the village park on Park Street. more »»

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May 5, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Erik J. Kolodziej of Dunkirk is the grand prize winner in the “Boys Life” magazine Salute to America Photo Contes. more »»

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May 5, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The promotion of Susan Chiappone to editor of the living section of the OBSERVER is announced by Charles R. Jarvis, general manager and editor. Ms. Chiappone replaces M. more »»

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May 3, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 After finishing a tour through Iowa, Julie Milazzo, a student with “Up with People,” has left for a tour through Europe where she will perform. more »»

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May 2, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The Fredonia College Foundation will present its Distinguished Service Awards to two former college administrators who were key contributors to the growth and expansion of... more »»

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May 1, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The Sheridan Town Board, by a unanimous vote, joined the Chautauqua County Legislature in expressing opposition to the proposed “Rails to Trails” project. more »»

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April 30, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Michael Goetz, one of 800 students who will receive degrees at the Fredonia State University College commencement on May 14, is getting ready for a big lecture from “Dad. more »»

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April 29, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The Dunkirk Farmers Market is looking for a new home after the owners of Quality Markets, who also own the Third Street pavilion which housed the market, told the city the... more »»

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April 28, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Fredonia High School’s Mike Heary was recently selected to the New York State Sportswriters Association’s Class B First Team All-State basketball tea. more »»

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April 27, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 This month the Westfield YWCA celebrates a century of service, having been founded on April 24, 1894. The YWCA home at 58 South Portage St. more »»

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April 26, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Forestville Central School was recently announced as a first place local winner of the third annual “Make a Difference Day” sponsored by USA WEEKEND. more »»

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April 25, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The Gowanda Nursing Home will be expanding with the addition of a 40-bed wing. The project is slated for mid-May construction. more »»

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April 24, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Chautauqua County will not seek federal funding to help make the “Rails to Trails” project a reality as the legislature voted 14-11 against the funding. more »»

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April 23, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 Nicholas Crassi Jr. recently received a plaque recognizing his selection as Fireman of the Year in Gowanda. more »»

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April 22, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The Rev. Frank St. Amour III bids goodbye to two congregations, with final services at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Dunkirk, and S. more »»

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April 21, 2014 Twenty years ago — 1994 The first step in approving the sale of the former Ludlum’s Christmas Store on Eagle Street in Dunkirk has been taken by the city’s Planning Board. more »»

 
 

 

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