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Back to class

August 23, 2016 It’s the last full week in August, which means the Fredonia campus is abuzz once again with students old and new milling about — crowding the Campus Directory signs, picking up an iced coffee at Tim... more »»

Fredonia hires two replacement firefighters

August 23, 2016 As two head out the door, two enter, but not without stirring up a familiar debate. more »»

Hanover Board taking ‘proactive’ approach to Forestville dissolution

August 23, 2016 HANOVER — Anti-dissolutionists in Forestville have until Friday to muster enough signatures to force another vote to dissolve the village, but the town of Hanover is looking past that. more »»

Welfare-to-work rate drops in county

August 22, 2016 MAYVILLE — The percentage of beneficiaries who are partaking in work-related activities is slightly down, according to a recent report by the county Health and Human Services’ Temporary Assistance... more »»

Wind farm process no breeze

August 22, 2016 ARKWRIGHT — The town of Arkwright is slowly but surely propelling forward in seeing a wind farm erected by the end of next year. more »»

CCIDA changes wind farm SEQR

August 22, 2016 When it comes to the headquarters for the Arkwright Summit wind farm, the company has made the decision to be even more environmentally friendly. more »»

Water bill woes ‘flood’ village board meeting

August 22, 2016 SILVER CREEK — “‘The time has come,’ the (residents) said, ‘to talk of many things — of shoes and ships and ceiling wax...’” Just kidding. Mostly they wanted to talk about water bill. more »»

Area participates in global event

August 22, 2016 Washington Park in Dunkirk was the recent site of children holding green balloons, tables staffed by local service agencies, families having a good time by learning and playing, and the appearance o... more »»

Locals applaud Suhr’s effort

August 21, 2016 Before the Olympics began, Jenn Suhr’s father, Mark Stuczynski, told the OBSERVER that while many of the Olympic pole vaulters are just glad to be in Rio, if his daughter does not bring home a medal... more »»

Olympian apologizes on Facebook

August 21, 2016 Editor’s Note: The following is a complete transcript of a post on Jenn Suhr’s Facebook, which was put up Saturday evening. The feeling of disappointing yourself is hard to handle. more »»

Negotiations holding up Fredonia school officer

August 21, 2016 Ongoing discussions could dash any hopes of reinstating a Fredonia school resource officer by the time classes start. The board of education’s final regular meeting before students return on Sept. more »»

Rosas hopes to have development director soon

August 21, 2016 In the several months since the city’s planning and development director resigned, it has been all hands on deck to see the department operate as usual. more »»

Few problems with Pokemon players and police locally

August 21, 2016 Editor’s Note: This is the second story in a series about how Pokemon GO is affecting the Northern Chautauqua community. more »»

Battle rages on shores of Dunkirk Lighthouse

August 21, 2016 A two-day Civil War Reenactment event, the Battle of Lighthouse Point, started Saturday at the Historic Dunkirk Lighthouse and Veterans Museum at Point Gratiot on the cliffs of Lake Erie. more »»

GUTSY EFFORT AT OLYMPICS

August 20, 2016 After a week filled with sickness and speculation, Fredonia native Jenn Suhr came up short in her bid to defend her title as the reigning women’s pole vault gold medalis. more »»

Cheering section packs village park to view event

August 20, 2016 Gold and silver medalist Jenn Suhr won’t be bringing back any new jewelry from Rio, but that doesn’t mean she’s any less of a hometown hero in Fredonia. more »»

Antique equipment event revs up crowd

August 20, 2016 STOCKTON — Get your motors running. The Chautauqua County Antique Equipment Association Inc. more »»

Crews recover body of kayaker

August 19, 2016 After almost two days of searching, the body of Dylan Lathrop was recovered near Sunset Bay Thursday morning. more »»

State funds Jamestown $10M for Downtown Revitalization Initiative

August 19, 2016 JAMESTOWN — James-town residents, business owners and community stakeholders have 10 million reasons to celebrate. more »»

Saeli jailed, back in court Monday

August 19, 2016 The man accused of kidnapping an autistic teen from Walmart Sunday is back in jail and will face charges Monday, according to Acting District Attorney Patrick Swanson. more »»

 
 

 

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