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Prosecutors discuss progress at International Humanitarian Law Dialogs

September 3, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — In a world all too familiar with genocide and horrific crimes against humanity, the work of international tribunals and prosecutors becomes more a moral calling than a legal obligation. more »»

 
 
 
A mixed bag

September 3, 2015 By Kevin Martin Cornell Cooperative Extension PORTLAND – Concord prices have plunged by as much as $200 per ton in the last two years. more »»

Ripley among places with upcoming primary elections

September 3, 2015 Chautauqua County Board of Elections Commissioners Norman P. Green and Brian C. more »»

Hertlein retires, Delcamp named superintendent in BroctonBy Jeremy Izzio

September 3, 2015 BROCTON — It was a passing of the guard at the Brocton Board of Education meeting Aug. 26. more »»

Chautauqua Institution board votes to replace Ampitheater

September 3, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — In what may arguably be the most momentous decision in the history of Chautauqua Institution, the board of trustees voted Saturday to forge ahead with a $30 million plan to replace the... more »»

Chautauqua ends its season with traditional ‘Three taps of the gavel’

September 3, 2015 CHAUTAUQUA — A somber reflection on a storied past and a hopeful glimpse into a promising future is the method in which Tom Becker brought the 2015 Chautauqua Institution season to a close. more »»

Mayville native raising funds for food pantry in memory of father

September 3, 2015 Some of Anne Saxton Smith’s fondest childhood memories are of watching her father, Dr. Harold Saxton, working in the vegetable garden behind her childhood home. more »»

Johnson Estate Winery seeks grape pickers

September 3, 2015 It has been several decades since the “Grape Pickers WANTED” sign was seen in front of Johnson Estate Winery. more »»

2015 Night Lights Festival features more than 20 bands

August 27, 2015 SHERMAN — As the summer starts winding down, the 2015 Night Lights Fall Festival starts tuning up for this year’s edition of the two-night lights, music and camping event, scheduled for Sept. 11-12. more »»

Andrea Babcock accepts nomination for Westfield Town Clerk

August 27, 2015 Andrea L. Babcock of Westfield has accepted the Democratic Party nomination for the post of Westfield Town Clerk. Her endorsement was made at the Aug. more »»

Caron accepts nod for Ripley Highway Superintendent

August 27, 2015 RIPLEY — Corey Caron Sr. recently announced his candidacy for the elected position of Town of Ripley Highway Superintendent. more »»

Blue-green algal blooms pose no threat to summer recreation

August 27, 2015 Blue-green algal blooms have posed no threat to summer recreation on Chautauqua Lake this year. more »»

Brocton DPW reminds residents of pickup schedules, hydrant flushing

August 27, 2015 BROCTON — A reminder to village of Brocton residents is being issued by the Brocton Department of Public Works. There will be a large metal pickup Sept. 8. more »»

Wells may have been contaminated by flood

August 27, 2015 PORTLAND — After positive tests for E. Coli bacteria in two residential wells on Webster Road, Portland town officials are asking area residents to take precautions with their well water. more »»

Chautauqua Institution names Steven R. Osgood as Chautauqua Opera General and Artistic Director

August 27, 2015 Chautauqua Institution is pleased to announce the appointment of Steven R. Osgood as the general and artistic director of the Chautauqua Opera Company. more »»

Brocton Village Board pleased with recreation program success

August 27, 2015 BROCTON — Village of Brocton officials recently applauded the success of the 2015 Summer Youth Recreation Program held for area youth during their recent board of trustees meeting. more »»

Water line given green light for bids in Brocton

August 27, 2015 BROCTON — Village of Brocton leaders recently approved a long-awaited resolution for water line project engineer Rex Tolman to seek bids for a large-scale water main replacement. more »»

SBA offers disaster assistance to residents affected by July flooding

August 27, 2015 New York businesses and residents affected by severe thunderstorms and flooding on July 13-14 can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. more »»

Ripley School Board members hear about construction

August 27, 2015 RIPLEY — Ripley Central School Board of Education members expressed a consensus Aug. more »»

CLCS, Ripley call for tuition incentive aid

August 27, 2015 Two local education officials are advocating a tuitioning aid proposal that would help districts offer better programming and maintain their individual identities with a state incentive for both... more »»

Mayville, Chautauqua residents asked to partake in survey

August 20, 2015 Year-round and seasonal residents of the village of Mayville and town of Chautauqua are in the process of sharing their thoughts on the town through an online community survey. more »»

 
 
 

 

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