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‘Ollie Ollie’ oxen free

May 6, 2016 If you’ve seen the sign, you know what’s going on. more »»

 
 
 
Aspiring cops

May 6, 2016 Imagine the strictest teacher you’ve ever had. Now add some uniforms, some drills, and oh yeah — 10 push-ups every time you make an error. more »»

Harbor Commission discusses marina transfer

May 6, 2016 With a new owner of Chadwick Bay Marina expected to take over soon, Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas sat down with the Harbor Commission recently to answer some questions. more »»

Shared service means half price for Collins, Gowanda

May 6, 2016 Who wants to spend $4,600 when they can get the same product for $2,300? Bargain hunters and price watchers know there’s nothing better than a half-off sale, and now, local municipalities are also... more »»

Pomfret-Fredonia public forum put on the table

May 6, 2016 The Pomfret Town Board and the Fredonia Village Board may meet together for a community forum in the near future. more »»

College Council says goodbye to VP Herman

May 5, 2016 The end of the semester is fast approaching at the State University of New York at Fredonia and so is one administrator’s decade and a half of service at the university. more »»

Assembly and Senate return with little time remaining

May 5, 2016 After a three-week break, state lawmakers returned to Albany this week with two months of session left and key issues awaiting action. more »»

Task Force takes down heroin dealer

May 5, 2016 GOWANDA — Dennis Mitchell, age 27, of Gowanda must have thought he was a big-time dealer in the little village of Gowanda. After all, he had so many “clients” he couldn’t keep track of who was wh. more »»

Silver Creek brings attorney into question

May 5, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Attorneys cost each and every municipality money, but in the village of Silver Creek’s case, Village Attorney Jeffrey Shevlin has been costing the village, and taxpayers, in more ways... more »»

‘Listen up’ to common sense

May 4, 2016 GOWANDA — Common sense isn’t something everyone is born with. It may not even be “common” at all. Certainly, when Beth L. more »»

Pomfret mulls moratorium on solar fields

May 4, 2016 Activity surrounding solar fields may soon be banned in the town of Pomfret — at least temporarily. The Pomfret Town Board recently voted to schedule a public hearing for May 11 at 6:15 p.m. more »»

Animal antics annoy residents, as well as council

May 4, 2016 Over 12,000 people live in the city of Dunkirk, but also — to the ire of residents — so do stray and wild animals. more »»

Fredonia homeowner will not be arrested

May 4, 2016 No charges will be filed against a homeowner who shot an apparent intruder in the village of Fredonia on the morning of April 23, according to a news release from acting county District Attorney... more »»

Local vets receive military decorations

May 4, 2016 CHERRY CREEK — Senior Airman John Wesley Alson Nunemaker, U.S. Air Force, and the late Wesley Alson Nunemaker, U.S. more »»

New development director on Common Council agenda

May 3, 2016 The mayor’s selection for the new city of Dunkirk planning and economic development director is on tonight’s Common Council agenda. more »»

Missionary from Randolph found dead in Jamaica

May 3, 2016 A Randolph man was one of two missionaries found slain over the weekend in a rural parish of Jamaica. more »»

Groundwork laid for the 20th annual Laurel Run

May 3, 2016 SILVER CREEK — On Monday, the Silver Creek Village Board approved an addendum resolution that will permit the use of the village on July 16 for the 20th annual Laurel Run to support disability... more »»

Six seek four seats

May 3, 2016 For the first time in several years, voters in the Dunkirk City School District will see a race when they head to the polls in two weeks. more »»

By any name

May 3, 2016 The weekend-long event formerly known as Fred Fest, now locally known as “Not Fred Fest,” usually results in a larger-than-usual number of arrests, and this year was no different. more »»

AP source: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ends presidential campaign

May 3, 2016 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — AP source: Texas Sen. Ted Cruz ends presidential campaign, clearing Donald Trump's path to Republican nomination. more »»

Arkwright native keeps busy with veterinary practice

May 2, 2016 Editor’s note: This feature is part of a series focusing on residents who have received scholarships from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and have moved back to, or remained in, the area... more »»

 
 

RTPI presents author Derrick Jackson to discuss "Project Puffin" May 6, 2016

Jamestown Community College Carnahan Theatre. Co-author prize-winning journalist and photographer Derrick Jackson presents program based on his book about "Project Puffin." Talk is targeted to students and community members who may not have much birding or natural history knowledge. more »

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