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‘A big deal’: 100-year celebration set for Dunkirk center

For anyone looking for something to do this Sunday afternoon, a century-long fixture in the Dunkirk community has you covered. The Dunkirk Camp and Conference Center is celebrating 100 years of operation this Sunday with its annual picnic featuring an afternoon full of events open to the ...

Fredonia chief gets command post for truck

Fredonia Fire Chief Joshua Myers has his new truck. Now he’s getting equipment so he can command from it. The village Board of Trustees unanimously approved the purchase of a command unit this week, at a cost of $7,143. Also called a “command cabinet” within the trustees’ ...

New Fredonia hires have community ties

When looking to fill an open position, often it is not only about finding the best candidates, but also to make sure they are a great fit. With the hirings approved at the Fredonia Board of Education meeting earlier this week, the district has clearly leaned on a partnership with the local ...

Ohio court ruling favors turbines in Lake Erie

An Ohio Supreme Court has affirmed the placement of wind turbines in Lake Erie as part of the Icebreaker wind project off the shores of Cleveland. By a 6-1 margin on Wednesday, the justices ruled the power siting board employed “a flexible standing in granting the requested certificate ...

Schools moving swiftly on electric bus fleets

Local school districts have more questions than answers when it comes to electric buses. The mandate came down from the government in January as a part of the 2022-23 state budget, due to school buses that run on diesel fuel being known as one of the biggest air polluters in the country. The ...

Arkwright to field bids for new building

ARKWRIGHT — Monday night, a long-awaited step in the process of a new town hall building was completed. The Arkwright Town Board voted to proceed to finish the plans and prepare bids to the construction of a new town hall in Arkwright. The vote was 4-0 in favor of proceeding to seek the ...