Twenty years ago - 1994
Another Super Bowl came and went Sunday, leaving Buffalo on the short end of the score for a record fourth straight year. Though the Bills were the underdogs, just about everyone in Buffalo was predicting their team would win. The Bills led 13-6 at halftime. By the fourth quarter, disappointed fans were streaming out of Sports City Grille, a restaurant opened last fall by Bills quarterback Jim Kelly. The Dallas Cowboys won by a convincing 30-13 margin, with the Bills going scoreless in the second half.
Thirty years ago - 1984
A new medical facility designed to provide comprehensive medical care with family and general practice physicians opened in Mayville on Jan. 25. The Mayville Health Center, located at 24 North Erie St., Mayville is being coordinated by Dr. John D. Voltmann. Other physicians who will staff the center are Dr. George W. Lewis and Dr. Charles R. Sinatra. Health care will be available for family members of all ages, from infants through the elderly.
Forty years ago - 1974
Robert "Sookie" Tworek served as general chairman and Anthony Zurawski was the honorary chairman of the 68th annual dance of Murray Hose Co. No. 4 held at the Kosciuszko Club in Dunkirk.
Fifty years ago - 1964
Reginald Nickerson of Fredonia, the well-known square dance caller, will be on hand at the Northern Chautauqua Conservation Club's social dance to benefit the local March of Dimes chapter.