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Playground arson does $36,000 in damage

June 9, 2016 Children in the Fredonia area now have one less place to play after a heartbreaking blaze ravaged a playground Monday night — and police are certain someone intentionally deprived the community of it. more »»

GOING FOR GOLD: Suhr ready for Rio

June 9, 2016 Fredonia native and 2012 Olympic gold medalist Jenn Suhr, middle, spoke to media on Wednesday as she prepares for her third run at the Olympics. more »»

‘Banking’ on tax

June 8, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Silver Creek’s flooding issues have been felt — sometimes literally — by many village residents, so they don’t need reminders of water’s erosive powers. more »»

Sheridan native Czekanski assumes command of Army Corps in Buffalo

June 8, 2016 BUFFALO — A town of Sheridan native now has quite the responsibility in commanding the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Buffalo District after assuming the role Tuesda. more »»

Park pair arrested on drug charges

June 8, 2016 A suspicious vehicle located in Wright Park early Tuesday morning led to a pair of drug arrests in Dunkirk. more »»

Back to square one with city development director

June 8, 2016 The city’s monthlong negotiation with a candidate for the position of director of economic development has landed back at square one. more »»

Pine Valley hosts ‘Drive Your Tractor To School Day’

June 7, 2016 SOUTH DAYTON — The Pine Valley chapter of the Future Farmers of America celebrated their annual “Drive Your Tractor To School” day recently in an effort to promote agriculture as a way of life and... more »»

Mayor apologizes for missing flags

June 7, 2016 Fredonia’s top official said she is sorry for the lack of waving U.S. flags in the village on Memorial Day last week, noting it will never happen again on her watc. more »»

Crash from past on council agenda

June 7, 2016 Last March an accident damaged a fire truck and injured both drivers. Today, the Dunkirk Common Council will consider an uninsured/underinsured motorist claim. more »»

OBSERVER wins two AP awards

June 7, 2016 The OBSERVER in Dunkirk has won two awards by the Associated Press, including top prize in page desig. more »»

Silver Creek welcomes new village attorney

June 7, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Silver Creek Mayor Nick Piccolo announced the addition of a new village team member at Monday’s board meeting: Attorney Michael Sullivan, who will be paid $75 an hour on an as-needed... more »»

Cavalry encampment returns this weekend

June 6, 2016 WESTFIELD — The annual tradition of the 9th NY Cavalry encampment is once again ready to take place in Westfield’s Moore Par. more »»

Reed, Plumb campaigns continue their jabs

June 6, 2016 The campaigns for U.S. Rep. Tom Reed and John Plumb continued to exchange jabs last week after questions were raised over the Democratic challenger’s residency in the district. more »»

Forestville students shoot for the stars

June 6, 2016 FORESTVILLE — For-estville has had a number of good news items at a recent Board of Education meeting, including a number of student awards and a video conference with the NASA learning network. more »»

City police honored for drug busts

June 6, 2016 Sometimes actions can have far-reaching effect. more »»

Marmaduke statue project picks up steam

June 6, 2016 BROCTON — The Brad Anderson Recognition Committee is getting a last minute boost to their project which arrived through the assistance of two local community foundations. more »»

Toxic waste site transformed

June 5, 2016 GOWANDA — The Gowanda Area Redevelopment Corporation, a non-profit community organization run by dreamers and doers, has been working on Gateway Park since 1988. more »»

Area resident to compete on ‘America’s Got Talent’

June 5, 2016 In a career that has taken her from rural Western New York to the West Coast, Karen Volpe is primed to hit the national spotlight over the next several weeks. more »»

City library director sees benefits of initiative

June 5, 2016 After five months at the helm of the new and improved Dunkirk Public Library, Janice Dekoff says the community is taking full advantage of what the Central Avenue facility has to offer. more »»

 
 

 

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