Thirty years ago — 1994

Former Dunkirk mayor and city school district teacher Gregory Krauza has resigned his position as Jamestown High School assistant principal. He gave no reason for the decision, which takes effect June 30. Mr. Krauza will be on unpaid leave of absence until the resignation. A former Dunkirk Middle School social studies teacher, Mr. Krauza resigned from his teaching post in Dunkirk at the beginning of the current school year to take the job in Jamestown.

Forty years ago — 1984

In Chautauqua, there’s a lady, “La Grande Dame” she is called, who, after nearly 83 years of tranquil service on the shores of Chautauqua Lake, has received a facelift and now is nearly more splendid and stately than ever before. The Athenaeum Hotel has undergone a two-year, $2 million restoration and renovation at Chautauqua Institution, the nationally-recognized summertime center for the arts, education, religion and recreation. The hotel has been restored to its original 1881 grandeur.

Fifty years ago — 1974

Donald Gens, president of the Silver Creek Kiwanis Club, was elected the 1974-75 lieutenant governor of the Southwestern Division of the New York State District of Kiwanis International.


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