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Retrospective

Retrospective

Thirty years ago — 1993 Dunkirk Cadette/Senior Troop 31, under the leadership of Mrs. Donna Brisky, recently toured Ellman’s Garage in Dunkirk. The tour was led by Jim Ellman Jr. and his associate, Jim Davis Jr. The girls, who are currently working on their auto maintenance badge, learned ...

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Thirty years ago — 1993 Testimony from Dunkirk resident and St. Hyacinth Church parishioner Lillian Halasinski that she was cured of diabetic neuropathy through the divine intercession of a Polish nun who died in 1899 is being cited as the chief reason Pope John Paul II has decided to ...

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Twenty years ago — 1993 Edward Gnadzinski, 80 Cleveland Ave., Fredonia, rolled the first 700 series of his four-year bowling career, a 236-266-277- 779 on alleys 11 and 12 at Lucky Lanes. The score topped the previous house record of 777 set by Dale Kozlowski. Gnadzinski, who carries a 180 ...

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Thirty years ago — 1993 Construction on the new Cassadaga Branch Library building on Maple Avenue is progressing at a rapid pace which work moving ahead despite the winter weather. The library is expected to be finished by spring. The project’s total cost will be $235,000. Money from ...

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Thirty years ago — 1993 As host community for a new medical waste community, the town of Sheridan received a check from Browning Ferris Industries (BFI) for $11,953.12. The check represents the host fee for the facility’s first month of operations. The facility is the only large-scale ...

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Thirty years ago — 1993 Brocton’s industrial district remains “in the black” following the sale of a building at 115 Central Ave. Once the home of dark delectable chocolate products, the former site of Nog Inc. is now the site of Cal Graphics Inc. As its name suggests, the plant ...