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Retrospective

Retrospective

THIRTY YEARS AGO – 1994 Kim M. Ruska, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ruska, has been granted a five-year residency in pathology at the Johns Hopkins University Hospital in Baltimore, Md. She will begin her residency upon her May 1994 graduation from Vanderbilt University School of ...

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TWENTY YEARS AGO – 1994 New York’s beer and soda industry retained $69.2 million in unclaimed bottle and can deposits over a year period. Gov. Mario Cuomo, who is fighting to retrieve those deposits for New York, said the money should instead be going to fund state environmental and parks ...

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Forty years ago– 1984 About 75 workers are expected to lose their jobs when Welch Foods transfers production of finished products at its Westfield plant to its North East. Pa., plant in about a year. Finished products include frozen concentrates, canned juices and canned drinks. Welch plans ...

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Thirty years ago — 1994 Waste generated from out-of-county sources continues to “contribute significantly to the overall financial success” of the Chautauqua County landfill. Solid Waste Director Richard Johnson today issued a report for January which shows that the pattern of operating ...

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Thirty years ago - 1994 Michael Davis of Laguna Hills, Calif., formerly of Dunkirk, and winner of $1,000 in a recent line-dancing contest, will appear in a line-dancing scene in an upcoming “Murder She Wrote” starring Angela Lansbury. A physical therapist by profession, Michael just ...

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Thirty years ago - 1994 The former Sidey’s department store in the D & F Plaza seems to have caught the eye of the special subcommittee seeking a unified Chautauqua County government office building in the north end of the county. While the 35,000-square-foot former family- owned store ...