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Retrospective

Retrospective

Twenty years ago — 1999 Ripley is pushing ahead with plans to secure potential funding for the proposed New York State Gateway Thruway Information Center. The town board approved a resolution during its monthly meeting to seek transportation enhancements funding under the TEA 21 program ...

Retrospective

Twenty years ago — 1999 The Stockton Town Board went on record to voice its strong and vigorous opposition to a permanent installation being established at the north end of Cassadaga Lakes to provide a backup water supply for the village of Fredonia. The Fredonia Village Board recently ...

Retrospective

Twenty years ago — 1999 Perhaps the best high school softball pitcher in Western New York this season is Jessica York, who pitches for the Pine Valley Panthers. One has only to look at her statistics to see how dominant she has been over her opponents. Her record is 22-0, she has 215 ...

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Twenty years ago — 1999 Matthew Dybka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dybka of Cherry Creek, was recently named the winner of the 1999 DEKALB Agricultural Accomplishment Award. The award, sponsored nationwide by the DEKALB Genetics Corporation, is presented to the outstanding high school ...

Retrospective

Twenty years ago — 1999 The Cassadaga Job Corps Center will celebrate its 21st birthday this year. Twenty-one years ago this coming August, the center opened its doors to the first of thousands of students who have become part of the federally-funded academic and vocational training program ...

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Twenty years ago — 1999 Niagara Mohawk power plants spewed more than 5.78 pounds of toxic chemicals into the environment in 1998, according to a report the utility filed with the federal government. The toxic emissions, 97 percent of which came from the Huntley and Dunkirk coal-fired power ...