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Sunday Lifestyles

Dessert theme falls into place

You may have noticed that we have somewhat of a pumpkin theme going on here. I’m actually not sure what number this is in the line-up of recent pumpkin recipes that I have shared as of late, but it’s been a few. That’s just because this season means pumpkin to me. I understand that some ...

Sons of Liberty summer ride benefits area veterans group

The Sons of Liberty — Military and Veteran Support Riding Club— is thanking all who took part in our Disabled American Veterans Motorcycle Run over the summer. All the riders who showed up July 20 to partake in the run itself, the people and businesses who donated to our basket raffles, ...

Fredonia Eagle Scout project renovates camp amphitheater

On Sunday, Sept. 22, a ceremony welcoming Justin Powell of Fredonia Boy Scout Troop 267 to the rank of Eagle Scout was celebrated at Camp Gross in Cassadaga at their newly reconstructed amphitheater. Justin has been an active member of Boy Scouts since entering the first grade, participating ...

Brocton Elementary announces September students of the Month

Submitted photo On Wednesday, Sept. 25, Brocton Elementary School celebrated its character education assembly. Students were chosen as Students of the Month representing grades K-5. These students demonstrated the character trait of Self-Control on a daily basis. The following students were ...

Dunkirk Public Library events

The Dunkirk Public Library, located at 536 Central Ave., has announced several upcoming special programs. On Oct. 30, the library will host a spooky Board & Card game night from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. featuring Betrayal at House on the Hill, but people are encouraged to bring a game of their ...

Savor fall with no-bake pumpkin cheesecake

Pumpkin season is just the best. Fall has always been my favorite season, with the leaves changing and the air getting slightly colder, just enough to be able to bundle up with scarves and boots, but not enough to have snow. My husband and I recently visited California, and while I loved every ...

Mr. and Mrs. Tristen Peck

Mr. and Mrs. Tristen Peck Kelsey Luczkowiak and Tristen Peck were united in marriage on Aug. 1, 2019 in front of immediate family and closest friends at the home of Tristen’s grandparents, Stan and Cat Childs. Pastor Sandra Ball officiated. Kelsey is the daughter of April and Don Corll of ...

Adam Willis and Casey Cannon

Adam Willis and Casey Cannon got engaged on Sept. 3, 2019. Casey was born and raised in Ellington, New York and graduated from SUNY Fredonia. Adam was born and raised in Eldon, Missouri and graduated from Eldon High School. They will be married on June 20, 2020.

Just between us

... This fall, SUNY Oneonta welcomed approximately 1,400 freshmen and 400 new transfer students hailing from across New York, as well as from 13 other states and countries. The newest Red Dragons officially joined the Oneonta family by walking through the historic pillars of Old Main during the ...

School 3 celebrates National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day

Submitted photo On Wednesday, Oct. 2, Miss Alyssa Perry’s Kindergarten Class and Miss Amanda Kulig’s First Grade Class helped celebrate National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day at School 3. Mr. Alberto Benejan was greeted with his favorite Tim Horton’s coffee in the morning and ...

Dunkirk School 7 Students of the Month for October

Submitted photo First row: Natasha Cruz Morales, Marcos Bautista, Bengy Rosario, Jaydeen Pabon, Keegan Wise, Brielle Buchanan Second row: Kameron Keppel, Haiden Deane, Adrina Lagano, Kamila Negron Rivera, Julio Arizmendi Top row: Hans Lemiszko, Kelsey Lancaster, Addison Hill, Noah Brandt, ...

Dunkirk School 4 September Students of the Month

Submitted photo From left to right: front row: Lilianna Barnard, Ariah Barrett middle row: Savanna Guziec, Josean Gutierrez, Parker Sheehan, Josean Perez Esquilin, Joelianys Negron Pagan back row: Keagan Gollnitz, Patrick Sheehan, Marlena Avila, Danelys Ortiz Crespo, Roselis Rivera

City teen gets taste of life, culture of Italy

By KAMARON HILLMAN I have been a High School student in Novara, Italy, for more than two weeks now. In that time, I have biked to school every weekday, eaten gelato with friends, window shopped in the city center, and more. My host family is wonderful, and I feel quite at home here. I think ...

Pine Valley celebrates School Breakfast Day

SOUTH DAYTON — Students at Pine Valley Central School celebrated New York State’s School Breakfast Day with locally-sourced foods. Every student received a free nutritious breakfast and had the chance to bond with teachers and classmates over the shared morning meal. The breakfast featured ...

Boy Scout Troop holds Court of Honor

Fredonia’s Boy Scout Troop 267, sponsored by American Legion Post #59 in Fredonia, held a Court of Honor on August 26. The Court of Honor ceremony began with the Advancement of Colors and the Pledge of Allegiance led by Master of Ceremonies, Matt Brown, Life Scout. Chaplain Walt Sedlmayer ...

Cheesy side dish popular option

Let me start this off with the disclaimer that it is entirely possible that I have shared this recipe before. This is probably my mom’s most made dish, and most popular. Whenever we are menu planning, it gets brought up. Some recipes just need to be shared and shared again. Recipes that ...

‘Sending this message’

Editor’s note: This article was written 15 years ago and is being reprinted as part of Breast Cancer Awareness month. I am writing this letter to the editor because I have a message that I want people to hear regarding “Breast Cancer Awareness.” I am amazed at the number of women that I ...

Lead poisoning prevalent in our county

Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is coming up and given that Chautauqua County has high levels of both childhood lead poisoning and cardiovascular disease, let’s explore this important topic and how they relate. Lead is especially dangerous to young children. Exposure to even tiny ...