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Collaborating to nurture generations of healthy learners

May 22, 2016 MAYVILLE — How do you improve the health, education and well-being of not only local schoolchildren, but an entire region? It’s a considerable task with a worthy goal: planting seeds of success earl... more »»

Camera purchase leads to honors

May 17, 2016 While he was playing basketball in high school and college, Dunkirk native Jim Gestwicki was in the crosshairs of photographers covering basketball games at both levels. more »»

Leading by example: A matriarch with a message

May 15, 2016 How many times do parents say, “go after your dream, make it a reality?” Dolores “Dee” Trewiler’s family and friends can watch and follow her lea. more »»

Motherless Mother’s Days

May 8, 2016 Today will be my 24th motherless Mother’s Day. My mom died in 1992 of a heart attack no one saw coming — she was young, healthy and vibrant. My family was stunned with grief. more »»

Still going strong at 87

May 8, 2016 “Always be kind to your mother. It’s the greatest gift you can give. Obey and do what she tells you. And pray that long here she may live. more »»

Happy Mother’s Day!

May 8, 2016 By Dr. more »»

Trio of faculty members receive Fulbright awards

May 8, 2016 State University of New York at Fredonia English Professor Iclal Vanwesen-beeck, Biology Professor William Brown and Paul Chambers, an adjunct faculty member in the School of Music who has... more »»

Do you remember?

May 8, 2016 The Lake Shore Delivery team was champion of Dunkirk City League’s AA Division in 1965. Shown from left to right in the first row are: Leo Bain Jr., Norman Cherry (captain), and Louis Mazur. more »»

Poetry through pupils’ eyes

May 1, 2016 SILVER CREEK — Do you recall the day in your junior high school or high school English class when the teacher announced that you would be starting the poetry unit that day? Can you still hear the... more »»

Ripley homemaker one honey of a good cook

May 1, 2016 RIPLEY — Ada Filutze grew up in California where her father was one of the contractors for Disneyland. “He built ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ and I rode on rides at Disney before it opene. more »»

Art Start on display

April 24, 2016 There it was, downtown in the village of Fredonia, an art show featuring community artists. more »»

More than a comedienne, a tribute to Lucille Ball

April 24, 2016 Early on the morning of Tuesday, April 26, 1989, a Hollywood legend, who had been hospitalized since the 17th, was awakened with a sharp pain in her back. more »»

Railroad history comes alive

April 17, 2016 “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” should be the theme song for three intrepid volunteers who have toiled for many years to cosmetically restore Engine 444 to its original condition. more »»

Top 10 toxic plants for your pets

April 17, 2016 “Sophie,” a three-year-old Shih Tzu came to our clinic for a visit because she had been drooling excessively, chattering her teeth, and licking her lips. more »»

Things are changing

April 10, 2016 SILVER CREEK — High school can be challenging for all teenagers, no matter how popular, privileged, intelligent or athletic. more »»

Sleep aid from wearing glasses

April 10, 2016 Thanks to the generosity of Alan Haungs, there are some people in our area who have recently been given the opportunity to look at the world in a different light. more »»

Gowanda woman is still going strong despite setbacks

April 10, 2016 GOWANDA — Gowanda’s Dee Grainge has worn several hats throughout her life in the jobs she has held and the volunteerism in which she has participated. more »»

Forest Lodge celebrating 200 years

April 3, 2016 This will be a big, big year for the local members of the world’s oldest and largest fraternal organization. Forest Lodge 166 F & A.M. more »»

Mayville woman enhances recipes with homemade maple syrup

April 3, 2016 MAYVILLE — “I’m so tuned-in to the seasons now — the robins, seed catalogs, maple season. I wasn’t as aware living in the suburbs,” says Tara Gerber of Mayville. She grew up in State College, Pa. more »»



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